On the other hand, colleges in Raigad and Palghar under the university’s jurisdiction will welcome their students after an 11-monthlong break next week.
The state government had passed a resolution permitting universities and colleges to start physical classes from February 15. In the state, Pune and Nagpur universities have got permission from their local authorities while the Amravati varsity has not, at least in February.
BMC commissioner I S Chahal confirmed to TOI the civic body has not permitted reopening of colleges and will review the rise or fall of Covid cases before taking a final call.
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