government has refused to give mass promotions in primary schools.

government has refused to give mass promotions in primary schools. Reports for mass promotions came in the media that primary schools in the state have not yet started physically amidst the Corona riots. However, the state government clarified that it had no plans to give mass promotions to students due to the epidemic. State Education Minister Chudasama said, "Examinations will be held before promoting students in the next academic class."













He further said, 'Std. Students of 1st to 8th and 9th as well as 11th standard will be examined and their examinations will be based on the online syllabus taught by the schools. "If the entire syllabus could not be taught online due to the Koro epidemic, the syllabus will be taken on the basis of the number of syllabi taught to the students," Chudasama told our correspondent Times of India.




One after another schools and colleges are being started in Gujarat as soon as the Koro epidemic in the state subsides. Earlier, first year colleges as well as standard 9 to 12 schools have been started in the state. And now a big news is coming that now Std 6-8 Schools will also start from 18th February.




After the commencement of Std. 9 to 12, first and third year at college level as well as tuition classes, now the government has completed preparations on all fronts to start physical education in Std. 6 to 8 classes in the field of higher primary education. The decision to start standard 6 to 8 classrooms from Thursday, February 18 has been taken by the Rupani government today.




The decision of the State Government in the wider interest of the students pursuing primary education




February 18 in state schools in Gujarat 6th to 8th standard classes will be resumed




Government of India Guidelines for Corona Transition Control




Guidelines of the state education department dated January 8, 2021 Schools will have to follow Bay strictly




Decision of State Government to resume Std. 6th to 8th classes in the long term interest of the students as the prevalence of Corona transition in the state is declining.




Online education system by schools will remain the same Educational work of Std. 10-12 and last year of undergraduate and postgraduate was started from 11th January as an approach by the state government to gradually resume the teaching work of classrooms.




Std. 9 and 11 classes have been started from 1st February 




The first year classes of the college started from 8th February




Classes of Std-6 to 8 will start from 15th February




Attendance of students in Std. 8th to 12th classes gradually increased - 80% students joined classroom education




Re-education work will be started in the classrooms of Std. 6 to 8 in the state from next 15th February 2021.




According to the resolution issued by the education department in this regard, classroom education will have to be resumed for all the board primary schools in the state for Std. 6 to 8.




Giving more details regarding this resolution, Education Secretary Shri Vinod Rao said that with the commencement of physical education work in all the board's primary schools in the state i.e. Std. 6th to 8th class, The guidelines issued in January 2021 have to be strictly followed




For this purpose, instructions have been given to all the District Education Officers as well as Primary Education Officers to ensure that the schools comply with the SOP, the Education Secretary said.




He added that the state government has decided to re-open class 6 to 8 classrooms in primary schools keeping in view the long-term educational interest of the students as the transition to corona has now come down due to intensive work of the state health department.




Education Secretary Shri A clearly stated that attendance in this offline direct education work will be voluntary and the educational institution will have to get the prescribed consent form from the parents of the students.




Mr. Vinod Rao also added that the existing system of online classes for the students who do not engage in classroom education should be continued by the concerned institute-schools




Instructions have also been given in the resolution of the education department not to come to the school to the students-teachers or other staff who are infected with corona as well as not to start the schools in the containment zone, said the education secretary.




Special emphasis has been laid on maintaining social distance between the students in the classrooms of Std. 6 to 8, compulsory use of masks by every student, teacher as well as other matters of SOP.




It is pertinent to point out here that even during the Corona transition, the state government continued the educational work by setting up an online education system in the wider interest of the students and took care not to spoil the studies of the students.




Gradually classroom teaching work has been started as Corona's condition has improved. Accordingly, class 10-12 and final year class of undergraduate and postgraduate level have been started in the state from 11th January.




Classes of Std. 9 and 11 have been re-opened in the state from 1st February and first year classes of the college have also been started from 18th February.


Giving more details regarding this resolution, Education Secretary Shri Vinod Rao said that with the commencement of physical education work in all the board's primary schools in the state i.e. Std. 6th to 8th class, The guidelines issued in January 2021 have to be strictly followed


For this purpose, instructions have been given to all the District Education Officers as well as Primary Education Officers to ensure that the schools comply with the SOP, the Education Secretary said.




He added that the state government has decided to re-open class 6 to 8 classrooms in primary schools keeping in view the long-term educational interest of the students as the transition to corona has now come down due to intensive work of the state health department.




Education Secretary Shri A clearly stated that attendance in this offline direct education work will be voluntary and the educational institution will have to get the prescribed consent form from the parents of the students.



Mr. Vinod Rao also added that the existing system of online classes for the students who do not engage in classroom education should be continued by the concerned institute-schools

Instructions have also been given in the resolution of the education department not to come to the school to the students-teachers or other staff who are infected with corona as well as not to start the schools in the containment zone, said the education secretary.


Special emphasis has been laid on maintaining social distance between the students in the classrooms of Std. 6 to 8, compulsory use of masks by every student, teacher as well as other matters of SOP.



It is pertinent to point out here that even during the Corona transition, the state government continued the educational work by setting up an online education system in the wider interest of the students and took care not to spoil the studies of the students

Gradually classroom teaching work has been started as Corona's condition has improved. Accordingly, class 10-12 and final year class of undergraduate and postgraduate level have been started in the state from 11th January.

Classes of Std. 9 and 11 have been re-opened in the state from 1st February and first year classes of the college have also been started from 8th February.


The number of students who were initially involved in this classroom education in Std. 9th to 12th classes has increased from 30% to 20%.




Parents are also enthusiastically contributing to the education interests of their children in these fruitful efforts of the state government and are increasingly motivating their children for classroom education.





"All the options for taking the exam are being considered," he said.

The most suitable option will be considered. One option is to give the students a question paper at home and have it checked by the teachers. Another option is to have the student called to a very limited number of batch wise schools and take their exams there.

While the third option is online exam. Which is the least likely option as students in rural areas have very limited smartphone and computer facility through which they can take the exam online. There will be a high-level meeting on how to conduct the exams in which each party will have its say. On the basis of which the most acceptable option will be adopted.




Bharat Gajipara, president of the Gujarat Self-Financed School Management Association, said the exams must be taken to make what is taught online meaningful. "If students are given mass promotions, then the credibility of online education will be questioned," he said.




On behalf of the parents of the students, the All Gujarat Board of Guardians demanded that mass promotion be given to the students as the schools were physically closed during the core period. He argued that it would not be appropriate to take the exam as online learning was very limited in rural areas. While the government believes that all options should be considered before making any decision.




School management, on the other hand, has increased pressure on the state government to reopen schools as many parents have refused to pay fees as the schools are not physically open. The school trustees said, "All parents will be encouraged to pay fees if schools start. Corona has caused a lot of damage to schools.



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The exam will be based on the syllabus taught online. The government has refused to give mass promotion to primary schools. There have been reports for mass promotion in the media that the state's primary schools have yet to physically begin amid the Corona riots. However, the state government clarified that there were no plans to give mass promotion to students due to the epidemic. State Education Minister Chudasama said that the exams would be conducted before promoting the students to the next academic class. He further stated that, students from first to eighth and ninth as well as 11th grade will have their examinations and their exams will be based on the online syllabus taught by the schools. Speaking to our correspondent Times of India, Chudasama said, "If the entire course cannot be taught online due to the coro epidemic, it will be based on the number of courses taught to students













The number of students who were initially involved in this classroom education in Std. 9th to 12th classes has increased from 30% to 20%.




Parents are also enthusiastically contributing to the education interests of their children in these fruitful efforts of the state government and are increasingly motivating their children for classroom education.
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