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Thursday, 8 October 2020

Education News; Shikshako ne Ravivar Sivay koi Raja nahi, Tamam Vidhyarthio Pass Karashe

Education News; Shikshako ne Ravivar Sivay koi Raja nahi, Tamam Vidhyarthio Pass Karashe

Education News; Shikshako ne Ravivar Sivay koi Raja nahi, Tamam Vidhyarthio Pass Karashe.

The No Detention Policy will continue in primary schools.  In which all will pass.  This policy was abolished in primary school last September, 2019 and it was decided to fail the weaker students in Std-5 and 8.

 But due to the current Koro epidemic, students from Std. 1 and 11 who did not take the exams were given mass promotions.  However, now that 30 per cent syllabus has been cut in Std 12, on the other hand, no decision has been taken to reduce the syllabus in primary schools.

 But this year too, the no-detention policy will be maintained in all primary schools in the state, according to sources in the education department.  The schools that start will have no holiday except Sunday and if the schools start after Diwali, no holiday will be given except Sunday.

 Public holidays can also be canceled as well as the right to leave which was granted by teachers.  Apart from this, the days of summer vacation will also be reduced, according to the sources of the education department.  According to education department sources, schools in the state are likely to start after November 20, i.e. after Diwali.  Whether schools will start after Diwali will also be decided based on the situation.

Education News; Shikshako ne Ravivar Sivay koi Raja nahi, Tamam Vidhyarthio Pass Karashe

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Due to the situation of Covid 19 in the seats, the schools can not be real educational work, but the performance of teaching students through online education has been done by different means. In the current situation, the CBSE and other states are reduced by the board of courses, and the presentations of the study of studying by students and guardians are also found. In all schools of students in this situation of students in this situation in the interests of Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board in the interest of Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board in this situation, the decision is to decline 30% in standard 9 to 12 in the interest of the students in this situation in the interest of the students in the interest of the students.

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