Big news for school opening and exams in the state
After Diwali, there has been a flurry of meetings in the Education Department on the issue of starting schools in the state. It is worth mentioning that according to information received from sources, schools can be started in the state on the basis of standard 10 and 12 board examinations. It is to be noted that the school administrators have shown readiness to provide physical education to the students with 50 percent capacity.
Board students are required to receive physical education
School administrators state that board students are required to receive a physical education. As tensions are rising among students of the Board of Online Education, school administrators have given representation to the Department of Education several times on this issue. A series of meetings are being held in the Education Department under the representation of the students of the Board as well as the school administrators. An organ discussion was held at the meeting to start the schools after Diwali. It may be noted that the Education Minister said that STD-9-12 SOP will be announced in the next two to three days.
- A high level meeting will be held. STD-10-12 students
- Board examination form will be filled after Diwali
- Chief Minister gave instructions
- Board exam to be held in may
SOPs for standard 9 to 12 are likely to be declared in the initial phase. The Education Minister said that after making the SOP public it would be discussed with the Chief Minister and then a final decision would be taken on the issue of reopening the schools. Bhupendrasinh Chudasama further clarified that only a limited number of schools can be allowed to open under the guidance of the Health Department.
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Only a limited number of schools can be allowed to open under the guidance of the Health Department
According to sources, schools in the state can be started on the basis of standard 10 and 12 board exams. School administrators have shown readiness to provide physical education to students with 50 percent capacity.