Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday spoke with vice chancellors of assorted universities and stated that examinations must be held whereas making certain that it doesn’t result in the unfold of coronavirus.
An official assertion quoted the chief minister as saying that “it’s turning into clear that examinations can’t be held in July”, however the uncertainty on this regard must be ended and all choices must be explored.
Technical and Larger Schooling Minister Uday Samant, Minister of State Prajakt Tanpure, chief secretary Ajoy Mehta and senior officers additionally took half within the video convention.
“College examinations must be held making certain not a single scholar will get contaminated by novel coronavirus….The troubles of scholars and fogeys must be ended by figuring out the precise methodology of examination and (finalizing) the schedule,” Thackeray stated, as per the assertion.
The pandemic state of affairs in Mumbai, Pune and Aurangabad, that are hotspots of an infection, is altering consistently, the chief minister famous.
It must be seen if the disaster could be became a possibility with using know-how, he added.
As examinations had been postponed after the outbreak of virus, college students are anxious, he famous.
Thackeray additionally stated that universities ought to learn the way instructing is being carried out at overseas varsities.
“Coronavirus must be dubbed an eye-opener.
Healthcare amenities have to be prioritized. Equally, training must be seen as important,” Thackeray stated, based on the assertion.
The chief minister, throughout the interplay, additionally referred to as for making certain that the standard of training is similar throughout the state and there’s no “regional disparity”.
Options similar to e-learning and digital school rooms must be explored, he added.
Samant stated all choices for holding examinations had been being explored.
Tanpure stated the federal government was in contact with college students and fogeys and taking efforts to make sure that examinations had been held.