Mumbai University has allowed all affiliated colleges within the city barring those in Mumbai city and suburbs to reopen from February 16 onwards. MU colleges are allowed to reopen. The new circular comes two days after the varsity released the notice directing all the affiliated colleges within the city to postpone reopening until Washington’s Birthday, 2021.
The decision was taken by the University after it received confirmation letters from collectors of Sindhudurg, Ratnagiri, Thane rural, and other districts with MU-affiliated colleges. While chatting with HT, an MIU spokesperson said, “For colleges in Mumbai city and suburbs. We’ll await official word from the local civic authorities before taking a turn reopening of institutes. However, we received official intimation from collectors of respective districts and have therefore given colleges in those districts confirmation to reopen.”
Earlier this month, Higher and Technical Education Minister of the state, Uday Samant said that faculties may reopen but only 50 percent of scholars are going to be allowed on campus at any given point in time. Then it had been also announced that the government will issue separately. Covid 19 guidelines or standard operating procedures for the reopening of schools and universities across the state.
Meanwhile, the Minister has recently confirmed that Maharashtra University Exams 2021 would be conducted in both online and offline mode. He also said that the choice to seem for examinations. The online or offline modes are going to be kept open for college kids. MU colleges are allowed to reopen. This was decided at a gathering of vice-chancellors of universities within the state.
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“The option to appear for examinations in the online or offline modes will be kept open for students. This was decided at a meeting of vice-chancellors of universities in the state,” he said. This comes at a time when the students across. The state has been asking for online examinations as opposed to offline exams.
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