The state cabinet meeting, chaired by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, has taken an important decision to resume teaching in secondary and higher secondary schools and colleges in the state after.Education Minister Bhupendra Singh Chudasama and Minister of State Vibhavaribahen Dave gave details of the decision. He said that school-college-educational institutions in the country, including Gujarat, had been shut down since March with the intention of preventing the spread of Corona virus Covid-19.
Under the guidance of the Chief Minister, the Department of Education has also successfully implemented an online learning system to ensure that the academic year and future of the students is not ruined.Under the visionary leadership of Chief Minister Vijaybhai Rupani, public life, economic and industrial activities have not stopped in the various phases of lockdown and now unlock 1 to 6 in the state.
The state government of Chief Minister Vijaybhai Rupani has decided to resume educational work in schools and colleges in the state in phases in compliance with the guidelines and guidelines of the Government of India in this unlock-6.
Before coming to the final conclusion of this decision, the government has made a final decision by holding a round of meetings with various stakeholders like education department, school-college, university administrators-educators. The decision was approved at a cabinet meeting chaired by the chief minister today.
After Diwali,from Januari 11, the Cabinet has decided to start teaching in secondary-higher secondary and college-universities in the state.The state’s Std-10 to 12 classes will be started from Monday, Januari 11, with full compliance with the SOP guidelines of the Government of India. Educational work will also start in colleges from 11 Januari. Postgraduate, medical and paramedical classes will start in the first phase in colleges and universities.
As well as for undergraduate level only final year classes will be started.