However, the government will retain with its supervisory and regulatory powers so that the process of encouraging growth in infrastructure facilities and academic requirement does not create hurdles in education of under privileged sections of the society and allows mismanagement, which is detrimental to public interest or general education policy of the government," State Education Minister Vinod Tawde told the House as it passed the Bill for the varsity in Pune.
Meanwhile, the government also re-introduced the Maharashtra Paramedical Council Act Amendment Bill.
The amendment in the Bill proposed that the president of the Maharashtra Council of Indian medicine will be ex-officio member of the Maharashtra para medical council.
The discussion on the Budget was postponed since members of Congress and NCP had boycotted the proceedings due to the suspension of 19 Opposition MLAs today for creating ruckus during the Budget presentation in the House, last week.
Later when the House re-assembled, Yogesh Sagar (BJP) who was in the Chair appealed to the Opposition to join the Budget debate. Housing Minister Prakash Mehta too made a similar appeal but when the members did not return to the House, it was adjourned for the day.
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