An important decision has been taken in the interest of the guardians in the Gujarat Cabinet meeting. Then Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama has made a big statement. The Education Minister said in his statement that schools will not be opened in Gujarat at present so that the
students of Std. 9 to 12 in the state will not be able to go to school. But the center’s guideline is optional.
With the Corona virus infection increasing day by day, parents were confused as to whether or not to send students to school. The Education Department of the Government of Gujarat has taken an important decision.
The government is considering starting primary and secondary schools in Gujarat only after Diwali. In Corona’s situation, the government said the education department would consider starting schools based on Corona’s situation in the state after Diwali.
The schools were allowed to open from September 21 subject to conditions as per the central government’s Corona guideline and the new guideline of Unlock.
In which the students of standard 9-12 can be called by the teachers in the school for discussion. Schools will also be able to call in 50 per cent staff for online education. But today’s cabinet meeting has decided not to open schools in the state.
The Central Government has suggested that students of Std. 9 to 12 can go to the school for guidance with the permission of their parents. In this regard, the Cabinet has decided that, taking into account the situation in Gujarat, it has been decided that the Government of Gujarat will not implement schooling from the 21st. The decision to send children to school will be made only when the crisis subsides in the future. The Central Government had suggested that the students of Std. 9 to 12 should go to school with the permission of their parents, which will not be implemented in Gujarat.