With the lockdown because of the COVID-19 pandemic influencing the yearly assessment meeting at colleges, Maharashtra minister for higher and technical education, Uday Samant, on Monday cooperated with all state university vice-chancellors through a video call.
The plan was to quiet the nerves of students by clearing any inquiries in regards to the assessment meeting, just as help the administration in battling the continuous pandemic.
“The minister encouraged all heads of colleges to discharge a new test plan, as plan B for at whatever point the lockdown is lifted. This implies we need to keep more than one test plan prepared, for, if the lockdown doesn’t end on April 14, at that point, we need another calendar for the assessment,” said one of the authorities going to the virtual gathering on Monday.
Remembering the pending curriculum, minister Uday Samant likewise asked about the different systems embraced by offices and establishments to guarantee consummation of the part.
“We set up a lot of portable and PC applications that could be utilized by all polytechnic and technical organizations to guarantee that students are not at misfortune and their education isn’t influenced. The application additionally checks the participation of educators and training content each day for straightforwardness purposes,” said Abhay Wagh, executive, state Directorate of Technical Education (DTE).
Aside from curriculum and assessment, Samant likewise encouraged colleges to set up think-tank labs in their separate colleges to help explain the COVID-19 emergency in any capacity conceivable.
“The University of Mumbai as of late propelled a helpline for their students and the minister has asked more colleges to stick to this same pattern and connect with more students in this season of emergency,” said another authority.
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