The Maharashtra College academic year begins from 1st November 2021. Preparations have been made for this, but state higher education and technical education minister Uday Samant has said that the offline classes are yet to begin. With this update, the new academic year will begin at the college in Maharashtra, but it is learned that classes will be conducted online.
Physical classes will be opened on the advice of the sheriff
Maharashtra colleges reopen for offline teaching in a time frame depending on the situation. If reports are to be believed, the decision on physical classes will be taken only after consultation with district collectors, Uday Samant said. This is because these people are the heads of the respective disaster management committees and it is important to consult these committees before taking any such measures.
For colleges It does not make a hasty decision about opening
Uday Samant said the government was not making a hasty decision to reopen colleges in Maharashtra as many eligible beneficiaries of the Kovid-19 vaccine have not received their first dose yet. This fact may come as a surprise to some, but it should also be noted that only 18% took another dose.
Students who do not take practical training, have no problem at work
Due to the epidemic, students from Maharashtra College did not take practical training or visit the campus for practical sessions. Keeping this in mind, Uday Samant said that if companies were found to be refusing employment to students, an FIR would be filed against them.
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