BJP MLA slams Maharashtra govt over reopening of faculties

MUMBAI: Former Maharashtra faculty schooling minister and BJP chief Ashish Shelar on Saturday criticised the state authorities, saying it’s doing little to minimise the confusion amongst dad and mom over reopening of faculties from November 23.

The state authorities has allowed reopening of faculties for courses 9 to 12 relying on the COVID-19 scenario in native areas.

“The position of native officers in deciding whether or not to open a college or not is essential, however is the state authorities going to do something or not? Will the federal government take a agency stand after holding talks with lecturers, dad and mom, officers and representatives of faculty workers. College students are scared over the chaos on the state stage,” he informed reporters.

Shelar stated college students are struggling as a result of state authorities’s determination on conducting examinations and in addition resulting from delay in declaring outcomes of varied examinations.

“There’s nonetheless no clue about admissions for numerous programs. There isn’t any clarification on charges… Is it a state or a focus camp?” he requested.

He alleged the state authorities was not holding any dialogue with lecturers, dad and mom or college students.

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