Maharashtra College Reopening: Proposal to Start College in Offline Mode sent to CM for Approval

Maharashtra College Reopening: Proposal to Start College in Offline Mode sent to CM for Approval

Minister of Higher and Technical Education, Uday Samant, took to Twitter earlier today and announced that a proposal to reopen colleges in the state has been sent to the Chief Minister, Uddhav Thackeray for approval. 

This proposal has been made after the State Government gave the nod to reopen schools for all classes, pre-primary to Class 12, from Monday, January 24 onwards.  

Minister Samant took to Twitter yesterday as well to announce that a proposal is in the making and will be sent to the CM’s office soon for his approval on reopening colleges in the state. Today evening, he confirmed that it has been sent to CM Thackeray.  

A proposal has been sent to the Chief Minister Uddhav Saheb Thackeray to start colleges offline,” he tweeted. The decision, which is expected to come soon, will be made after the CM has approved the proposal sent by the Department of Higher and technical education.  

Colleges in Maharashtra were closed till February 15, 2022, due to a surge of COVID cases in the state. However, with low hospitalization and case count dropping, many have been asking for the institutions to reopen. 

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