Maharashtra Health Minister, Rajesh Tope on Monday declared that all higher education exams have been deferred until further notice due to coronavirus flare-up, this does exclude Class X and XII exams.
The higher education exams of private universities and colleges have been deferred.
He likewise stated, “All Gram Panchayat elections have been deferred for a quarter of a year and the equivalent has been educated to the Election Commission of India,”
He said,” The legislature has included three areas of virus hotspot to the rundown of spots where coronavirus is across the board. Dubai, Saudi Arabia, and the United States have been added to the rundown of seven different nations that have been proclaimed virus hotspot and individuals going from these spots will be partitioned into three classes.
He included that the travelers will be placed in “home quarantine until March 31 and a similar time will be utilized to check if the voyager is a potential patient,”
Tope said that different measures have been taken to guarantee neatness and cleanliness in the Mantralaya
“To guarantee there is no filthiness in the Mantralaya individuals from outside have been restricted section, besides, gatherers and officials have been advised to not call individuals from outside,” he included.
He additionally included, “All the officials of railroads have been advised to make courses of action for greater security, so far Maharashtra has recorded 38 affirmed cases,”
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