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Tuesday, 1 December 2020

Consideration to open schools in Gujarat from the next academic session.

Consideration to open schools in Gujarat from the next academic session.



Consideration to open schools in Gujarat from the next academic session.

The issue of giving government mass promotion to lower class students is also under consideration.With the increase in Kovid-19 cases following the Diwali festival, the state government was earlier forced to postpone its decision to reopen schools from November 23, but is now considering reopening schools from the next academic session. The government is actively considering a proposal to give mass promotion to all lower class students. However, standard 10 and standard 12 board exams are likely to be conducted with protocol.

The state government has no plans to reopen schools this academic year as corona cases are on the rise across the state, key sources in the state education department said. "Under such circumstances, the government is not ready to consider any proposal to reopen the schools," officials said.

Covid-19 cases are on the rise in cities, towns and rural areas. In such a scenario, the government does not want to discuss any proposal to reopen schools. According to experts, it will still take six weeks to reach the cases before Diwali, officials said.

There is no prospect of a sharp decline in Covid-19 cases before the end of the current academic year. The vaccine is also unlikely to be available before the end of this academic year. The government says schools should not be reopened until the next academic year, the summer vacation of 2021, officials said.

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On the issue of final exams of the year, key government sources said that the government already has a 'no-detention' policy. The government can opt for mass promotion, while private schools are free to take online exams to assess students. We will give test papers to the students of government schools, the answers of which they will have to write from home, ”the chief minister said.

The government is of the view that the board examinations of Std. 10 and 12 should be conducted in compliance with the guideline of Kovid-19. If the situation does not improve at that time, the board exams may be postponed, "officials said.

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