Maharashtra Education Minister: Higher Education Exams Will Not Be Cancelled

Uday Smant - Maharashtra Education Minister

Students and parents need not stress as exams and passage trial of higher education and the University of Mumbai (MU) won’t be dropped, guaranteed Uday Samant, higher and technical education minister of Maharashtra, on Monday.

Likewise, the MU has set up an online counseling service at to help emotional wellness and help individuals to manage the mental effect of the COVID19 flare-up.

There will be no scholastic misfortune to students as all tests which are deferred due to coronavirus pandemic won’t be dropped, said Samant.

“All MU, higher education tests, Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT CET) and different tests which have been as of now delayed won’t be dropped. Students and parents ought not to accept any social media rumours or messages which state in any case,” Samant included.

A board of trustees has been set up by Samant to direct all tests. This board of trustees includes MU Vice-Chancellor (VC) Suhas Pednekar, Savitribai Phule Pune University VC Nitin Karmalkar, SNDT University VC Shashikala Wanjari, Shivaji University, Kolhapur VC Devanand Shinde, directorate of technical education chief Abhay Wagh and directorate of higher technical education executive Dhanraj Mane.

What’s more, the MU has begun an online counseling service to assist individuals with handling mental and intense subject matters.

Vivek Belhekar, a teacher of MU, stated, “The counseling procedure incorporates three basic advances. It includes online enlistment of the counseling demand, online psychometric evaluation of counselee, trailed by online counseling. The individuals who have enlisted will get a connection for psychometrics evaluation and counseling as it is accessible in Marathi, Hindi and English language.

“What’s more, the office has created multi-lingual data presents that give simple to actualize answers for intense subject matters, telecommute and efficiency-related issues, youngsters and senior residents related issues. “

Multipurpose labs will be set up in state colleges with a means to research and work on medical problems, ailments, and indications of the coronavirus. One such lab has been set up at Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded.

Additionally, students of the National Service Scheme (NSS) will help the wellbeing office in medical kit and equipment in different colleges. Around 27 NSS students are aiding the clinical pack arrangement at Solapur University.

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