Maharashtra colleges may open from January20
Education minister to hold conferences with district collectors over the next eight days.
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Education minister to hold meetings with district collectors over the next eight days.
Colleges in Maharashtra might reopen from January 20 with 50% students in attendance.
The State’s Greater and Technical Education Minister Uday Samant said on Saturday that the federal government would be holding conversations with all district administrations in the coming days to finalise the strategies to reopen colleges.
” Though cases of coronavirus are progressively coming down, we need to be very cautious and ensure that the infection does not spread out once again. This is the prime factor why the government is delaying reopening of colleges, technical colleges and engineering colleges in Maharashtra,” Mr. Samant said.
Considering that the vaccination program will remove soon, we have started looking at choices to reopen the organizations. “My department will be convening with all district collectors over the next eight days. We will review the Covid situation there along with whether quarantine centres set up there have been closed. I will be holding discussions with Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to chalk out technique for resuming colleges by January 20,” he stated.
Special set of standards would be provided for reopening of colleges, he added. “I desire to ensure all that any choice on resuming of the organizations would be taken by providing highest priority to the safety of trainees, professors and non-teaching staff,” he said.
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