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Wednesday, 6 January 2021

When will the school open? The Minister of Education gave the answer.

Minister of Education's announcement:The final year colleges of UG and PG, including standard 10 and 12 schools, will also start from January 11

Students coming to school must get parental consent: Attendance is not mandatory
The online education system will continue as usual

Mass promotion will not be given, as many exams will be taken as taught
This rule will apply to all state boards: Centre's SOP will be strictly enforced with regard to Koro.

The decision to reopen Std 10 and 12 schools from January 11 was taken at a cabinet meeting, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama announced today.

 The state government has started preparations to start schools as per the Corona guidelines of the central government. It has been decided to start January 10 and 12, PG and last year college classes.

Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama has said that the SOP announced by the central government will have to be strictly followed . 

The educational work of Std. The decision was taken by the state government after a discussion in the state cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Rupani and Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel.

 Giving more details in this regard, the Education Minister added that this decision will be applicable to all the boards in the state. 

This will apply to government schools, grant-in-aid-independent organizations and institutions under the Department of Social Justice Empowerment. School colleges will have to strictly abide by the SOP announced by the central government to prevent the transmission of corona. All the instructions have been sent by the education department to all the institutions, Chudasama said.

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Other arrangements will have to be made to

prevent coronary infection. In order to make other arrangements to prevent coronary infection, including hygiene in the school, the administrators will have to arrange thermal guns etc.

 in the school in coordination with the authorities. For this, the principals and teachers at the local level have to coordinate with the primary health center and the community health center and make proper planning. Student attendance at school will not be mandatory.

Students need to get the
consent of their parents to go to school. Students coming to the school have to get the consent of their parents in the form. Necessary forms for this have been sent to the schools, said the Education Minister.

 Will remain. Students will not be given mass promotions. The state government is also considering when to start other standard classes and a decision will be taken soon.

Schools and parents have to take care of these things

It will be imperative to provide hygiene facilities in every campus before starting school-colleges.

Students should be provided with a thermalgun for checking, sanitizer and soap for hand washing.
It will be necessary to maintain social distance in the classrooms and in the school-college complex.
 Not only that, it is also mandatory to use a mask.

It is also important to ensure that medical services are available close to the school-college.

Government of India S.O.P. Following this, the online education system provided by the schools and colleges of the state will remain the same.

The SOP will be applicable to all government, grant-in-aid and self-finance schools, Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya, social justice and empowerment department as well as Adi Jati Vikas department schools of all the boards in the state.

Student attendance at school is not mandatory.

Institutions also require the written consent of the student's parents or guardians to attend school.

Students may also be asked to bring their own masks, their own water bottles, their own books, and their own snacks. No need to communicate from home and with other students.

According to the improved seating arrangement in the classroom, it is necessary to keep a distance of at least 6 feet between the two students.

The principal has to arrange for the students to come in stages so that there is no crowd on the school-college campus.

Students are also advised to come to school on scheduled days of the week and do homework assignments on the remaining days.

It is also advised not to go to the field of mass prayer and not to play any other group activity.

Parents will be encouraged to use their private transport to get the child to school and college.

Students who use public transport were also given appropriate precautionary guidance by the school.

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