Universities and colleges will be allowed to reopen for students for doubt classes, practical classes in laboratories, practical examinations and offline exams with strict adherence to norms.
The lockdown relaxations, with respect to opening of shops, malls, restaurants, religious places, corporate offices, will continue as currently in place.
The Haryana government has extended the coronavirus lockdown in the state by another week, till July 26, while allowing restaurants, bars and clubs to open for one more hour, up to 11 pm.
Gatherings in weddings, funerals, in open spaces have been increased while cinema halls and spas have been allowed to open.
The Haryana government had imposed the lockdown in the state on May 3 in view of the prevailing Covid situation.
Anganwadi centres and crèches under Women and Child Development Department shall continue to remain closed in Haryana.
Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said shops which were earlier allowed to open as per odd-even basis from 7 am to 12 pm will now be open from 9 am to 3 pm.
Extending the lockdown till May 31, the Haryana government said the positivity and fatality rates have to be brought down further.
In a bid to contain the coronavirus spread, the state government had first imposed the lockdown on May 3, which was extended every week since then.
Addressing the dharna, many villagers claimed that when the Chief Minister went to inaugurate the COVID hospital in Hisar there was a "big gathering" of people at the venue.
Haryana Police arrests two for circulating fake lockdown tweet using screenshot of Anil Vij's handle
The arrested accused were identified as Prahlad, a resident of Tundla Mandi, Ambala; and Rohit Nagpal of Sundernagar, Yamunanagar, police said.
COVID: Haryana records 114 deaths, 7,488 fresh cases; CM asks officials to check virus spread at villages
The state has been under lockdown for the past fortnight now and the curbs to check the spread of the infection have been extended by the state government till May 24.
According to the health department's daily bulletin, the new deaths include 16 from Hisar, 12 each from Gurgaon and Jind, 10 from Rohtak and nine from Ambala district.
Haryana on Wednesday reported 165 fatalities due to COVID-19, taking the death toll to 6,075, while 12,490 fresh cases pushed the tally to 6,52,742.
Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala, who also holds the PWD portfolio, said the decision was taken to ensure the well-being of the doctors and the paramedical staff.