May 4-7, Polytechnic University announces days off and distance learning
On April 23 the President of Russia Vladimir PUTIN signed the Decree “On the establishment of non-working days in the territory of the Russian Federation in May 2021.”
In accordance with this document of the head of state, at Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, the order of the rector A. I. RUDSKOI established non-working days from May 4 to May 7 with the preservation of the salaries of the staff.
In the period from May 3 to May 8, training sessions, interim certification, and consultations with students on term papers and graduation works will be held remotely. For those who do not have the technical capabilities for e-learning, there will be additional classes from May 11 to May 22.
The student activities and cultural events planned for May 4-7 in the White Hall will not be canceled. Scheduled repairs and research projects under university contracts will also continue during this period.
Social, cultural, and athletic events on the university campus and the students’ residence halls from May 1-10 will take place as planned, with COVID-19 protection measures in place.