🔥 The final exams are not held in the state in July. Schools can start in remote areas not affected by coronavirus. The final year exams also do not take place in July. Schools can start in remote areas
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- In areas where there is no internet connection and which are not affected by Corona, schools should be specified: CM
- CM told the universities – there should be no risk of infection, only then should the exam be conducted
Coronavirus outbreaks have consistently increased rapidly. The greatest impact is seen in the state of Maharashtra. In view of the current situation, the university’s final exams have been postponed in the country. In this context, Prime Minister Uddhav Thackeray, speaking to the Vice Chancellors of various universities, said that the tests should be carried out to ensure that the coronavirus did not spread. The CM informed the universities that the test should only be carried out if there is no risk of infection.
Schools can open in remote areas
Aside from that, the chief minister also said that schools should be reopened in remote areas of Maharashtra with no internet connection and that areas are not affected by the coronavirus epidemic. After school opening, special attention should be paid to social distance. A final decision is still pending. He said the academic year should start in June as usual. At the same time, CM emphasized the need to develop and strengthen the online education system in the state.
Maharashtra is most affected in the country
All educational institutions are constantly closed due to the rapidly growing corona infection in Maharashtra. In such a situation, students were also given general promotion. While the final exams at Government University were postponed. Afterwards it was announced that the exam can take place in July but will not take place now. Maharashtra is the most affected by the coronovirus epidemic, with 65,168 cases and 2,197 deaths.