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Important decision of the state government: Schools for Std. 9 to 12 will not open in Gujarat even after September 21, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh announced

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A cabinet meeting held today has decided not to start schools from September 21
Secondary school students should not go to school even after 21st September for study guidance: Education Minister

Centre's SOP guidelines for Std. 9th to 12th were optional: Minister of State for Home Affairs
All schools in Gujarat are currently closed due to the Koro epidemic. However, the schools have been under consideration for some time now.

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 But in a cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Rupani today, it has been decided not to open schools for Std 9 to 12 in Gujarat after September 21. According to the decision, the Indian government had asked the states to make a decision in the Unlock-4 guideline. Whose SOP has just been announced?

 After the cabinet meeting, state education minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama announced that schools would not be opened in the state arbitrarily. As per the guidelines of the center, there is a provision for the child to go to school in Std. 9th to 12th with the permission of the parent. Which will not be implemented by the state government. State secondary school students will not be required to go to school even after 21st September for study guides. Only then will a decision be made.

The decision to take into account the health of the students as there is a risk of transition from being physically assembled
Informing the media after a discussion on the issue at a state cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani here today, the education minister said the decision was taken in the interest of students in view of the current Corona situation in the state. State secondary school students will not have to go to school even after September 21 for guidance. For this, according to the SOP announced by the Central Government, students of Std. 9 to 12 will be able to go to school for study purposes with the written consent of the parents. Implementation of the SOP of this Center is optional for the States and the State Government will have to decide on the implementation of the SOP of this Center taking into account the present Corona situation in the State, the guidelines of the Central Government said. In these circumstances, the Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has decided to keep in view the health of the students that it would not be advisable for the students studying in Std.

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The Centre's SOP will be implemented for permission to go to school for guidance with parental approval
Commenting on the decision, Minister of State for Home Affairs Pradipsinh said that the Centre's SOP guidelines for Std. 9 to 12 were optional and the final decision rested with the state government. The Centre's SOP will be implemented to allow parents to go to school for guidance with parental approval. The central government had given an exemption to the states for SOP. The assembly session will be held from September 21. This monsoon session will last for 5 days. As well as 24 government bills will be introduced in the session. All legislators will be tested in Corona.

Two days ago there was a discussion about when to start schools
When the state government met two days ago to discuss the new education policy, it discussed when schools should start. After the meeting, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said it was not yet decided whether to keep schools closed till Diwali. The government will decide this week how to call and call students for guidance only at the school from the 21st. Which has been decided today?



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One week ago, the Center had given permission to start studies from Std. 9 to 12 on a partial basis
In this regard, a week ago, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare had issued a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for partial commencement of studies from Std 9 to Std 12. Following which the study was allowed to start in the classes from 21st September. However, the ministry said the school is free to decide whether to start studying there.

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Schools closed in the state from March 16
Earlier, at the time of Corona's entry into Gujarat, i.e. on March 15, the state government had decided to close all schools, colleges, and educational institutions in Gujarat for two weeks from March 16, i.e. till March 29. However, the board examinations were kept unchanged. The school-vacation was then extended as Corona became uncontrollable. Thus, schools have been closed for about 6 months.


Consideration to reduce the curriculum by the Department of Education
Now, if school starts after Diwali, it will be impossible to complete a two-semester course in one session.

 However, this cannot be decided at present. This will be decided on the basis of the remaining days of study after the commencement of schools.

70 percent of parents are not ready to send their children to school until the corona vaccine is found
More than 70 percent of parents are unwilling to send their children to school, according to the state's leading school administrators. Online education is expected to continue until the corona vaccine arrives. School administrators also wanted to take a risk by starting schools in a hurry

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