Apology Letter for absence due to sickness

The following application is regarding an apology by the student to the principal of his university for being absent from his classes, due to sickness.

Apology Letter for absence due to sickness

The Vice-Chancellor,

Indian Institute of Science,

Bengaluru

SUBJECT: Apology Letter for Absence Due to Sickness

Respected Sir,

My name is Harish Singh, and I am a History student at your esteemed university. I’m writing to convey my deepest apologies for being absent from the university for a week due to illness. It wasn’t on purpose or in my best interests for me to be away from school for so long without informing you. Sir, as you are aware, we are all living in the midst of a pandemic, and despite being extremely cautious at all times, I was tested positive for coronavirus. I couldn’t get up and prepare an application for a leave of absence since I had been in quarantine for a week. Even though I am still unwell, I am able to send you this letter since it has become my priority because I do not want to miss class.

First and foremost, I regret bringing this problem to your attention so late, but the infection in my body has prevented me from doing whatever I used to do on a regular basis. I would appreciate it if you would accept my apologies. I vow to return in two days, after my quarantine is complete, and work very hard to make you proud. Thank you for taking the time to read this.

Yours Sincerely,

1101- Harish Singh

History Department

Apology Letter for Absence due to Illness

The Vice-Chancellor,

Indian Institute of Science,

Bengaluru

SUBJECT: Apology Letter for Absence Due to illness

Respected Sir,

My name is Manish Jutt, and I am a History student at your renowned university. I’m writing to express my heartfelt regret for being missing from university for a few days due to illness. Actually, I returned from Miami, Florida, last week, and I’ve got this odd migraine and sore throat since my arrival in Pakistan. I tried several home cures to resolve the problem, but it worsened with time. In addition, I was suffering from terrible jet lag, which made it impossible for me to concentrate on anything, including my academics. I went to see a doctor, who told me that I needed to relax completely and not put too much stress on my body, and he also prescribed an antibiotic course for a week.

I’d appreciate it if you could kindly accept my apologies. I promise to return in two days, after my quarantine is up, and work hard to make you proud. Thank you for your time in reading this.

Yours Sincerely,

1101- Manish Jutt

History Department

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