A large number of studies have been started in Nagpur through private institutes to prepare for the Maharashtra Public Service Commission examination. Municipal Commissioner Radhakrishnan B had issued orders to start the study under the rules of Covid. In order to check whether the rules are being followed while educating the children in these studies, Mayor Dayashankar Tiwari paid a surprise visit to the study of Aakar Foundation at Reshimbagh. Opposition leader Tanaji Vanve, Women and Child Welfare Committee Chairperson Divya Dhurde were also present.
During the lockdown, the then Commissioner closed all the schools in the city. The students had met the Mayor to start the study. A large number of students from Nagpur and nearby districts appear for the State Public Service Commission examinations. As there are no facilities in the nearby village, they live and study in a hostel in Nagpur. After hearing the problems of these students, the Mayor instructed the Commissioner to start the study. Responding positively to his suggestion, the Commissioner issued an order to start the study in the presence of 50 per cent of students.
Mayor Dayashankar Tiwari paid a surprise visit to the study of Aakar Foundation to check whether the rules are being followed by the organization running the study. In this study, it was observed that the classes are being conducted subject to all the rules. Expressing satisfaction over this, the Mayor congratulated the directors of the organization.