Mumbai: The state government has declared that colleges across Maharashtra can open campuses to students for in-person teaching from February 1. The decision is applicable to all colleges and universities, public, private and deemed. Only students who have been administered both the doses of the Covid-19 vaccine can enter the campuses; others can attend college online.
Earlier, on January 6, the state’s higher and technical education department had closed colleges and directed institutes to conduct classes online till February 15. In line with that, examinations before February 15 will be conducted online. The state released a government resolution to that effect on Tuesday afternoon.
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