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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Monghvari dar vadharo 28%

Monghvari dar vadharo 28%

The state government has decided to increase monghvari bhaththhu. And schools in Gujarat after Diwali. According to sources, the state government is preparing to start schools from November 23. For this, parents will be given the option of sending their child to school or teaching online. However, strict social adherence will have to be followed after the schools open. Schools will only run with 50 percent attendance. I.e. students will be called in turn. Recently a meeting was held between the top officials of the state education department and the officials of the health department on the matter of starting schools. Sources said that the education department is likely to start classes from standard 6 to 12 in the first phase.

Mandatory hygiene and sanitation arrangements in the school - Maintain a distance of 8 feet between the child's seating difficulties - Adhere to social distance in students during school entry and exit - Administrators must call different classes at different times - Separate weekly calendar for each class for attendance - Students will not be required to attend school compulsorily - Schools with large number of students will have to make two shifts of less time - Schools will also reduce teaching time than before - No school functions, gatherings or meetings - Meetings with parents will also be online If any student or staff member in the school comes up with a positive corona, all the rules and protocols of the guideline must be followed.

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Std. 12 classes, polytechnic institutes and colleges in the state can be started from Thursday 15th July 2021 with the consent of parents with 50% capacity. Attendance of students in such institutions is optional. Thus offline study of more than 5 lakh students of standard 12 will start.

In this meeting of the core committee, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, Chief Secretary Anil Mukim, Additional Chief Secretary of Home Department Pankaj Kumar, Frontline Secretary of Education S. J. Haider, Chief Minister's Secretary Ashwini Kumar and Education Secretary Vinod Rao were present.

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