The reopening date on Saturday was postponed to October 12th. Pune Municipal Commissioner Vikram Kumar said an amended order was issued from October 12 allowing the reopening of colleges, coaching classes and training institutes. Kumar did not give any reason for changing the reopening date.
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Pimpri Chinchwad Commissioner Rajesh Patil told TOI that the reopening date has been fixed for October 12 in view of the statewide closure on October 11. Also, we want to give enough time to the college staff to prepare, ”said Patil. Pune Collector Rajesh Deshmukh on Saturday said that colleges in rural areas would also be reopened from October 12. Institutions have said they expect local students to participate in the lectures, but students are expected to come from outside Pune after Diwali. Sharad Kunte, president of the Deccan Education Society, run by Ferguson College and the Greater Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC), said their institutions would reopen on Tuesday. “All our workers have been vaccinated. We do not expect students from outside Pune to return to campus on Tuesday, but local students can join if they are vaccinated, ”Kunte said. Classes will run in hybrid mode because there will be some students who cannot go to class in person, Kunte said.
PB Buchade, principal of Abasaheb Garoar College, said more students could be expected in most colleges after Diwali. “We will resume physical classes in a week’s time because we need to get information on vaccinations for our students and arrange classes with fewer students,” Buchade said.
Rajendra Junjarrao, principal of the Modern College of Arts Science and Commerce, also said there were plans to reopen in three stages. “The first will be called outbound students, which means final year students in undergraduate and postgraduate courses. We will then focus on the practical conclusion for everyone and then start the lecture, ”Junjara said. According to Zanzararo, theory classes will be held in a stunned manner where one-third of the students will attend two days a week.
Bishwakarma University is also ready to reopen from Tuesday. Vice-Chancellor Siddhartha Jabade said 5% of their Pune-based students were partially vaccinated and the rest were fully vaccinated. “Given the significant number of students who are partially vaccinated, a hybrid model of education will be enabled,” Jabade said. He said that practical / hands-on examination of final year students is a priority. “Students coming from outside Pune will be provided an ideal operating system for accommodation, access to Pune, food, health check-ups, etc.,” he added.
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