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Tuesday, 1 December 2020

STD ALL STD 1 TO 9 AND 11 MAS PRAMOSHAN AAPVAMA AAVSE 1st December News

STD ALL STD 1 TO 9 AND 11 MAS PRAMOSHAN AAPVAMA AAVSE 1st December News

The decision to start school-college in Gujarat from November 23 has been postponed due to increasing transition of corona

Due to the prevailing situation in Corona, the decision of the state government to start schools and colleges in Gujarat from November 23 has been postponed for the time being.

Ahmedabad This time the program changed due to Corona.  The Gujarat government wants to extend the academic session after Diwali.  Under normal circumstances the first session starts in the month of June and lasts for 105 days.  The session ends with a 21-day Diwali vacation.  Normally a 21-day vacation starts two to three days before Diwali and ends around Devadivali, but this time the schedule has changed due to Corona.  The next session will be reimbursed in the second session.
The next session will be reimbursed in the second session. The second session will be 150 to 155 days, as the time wasted in the next session can be reimbursed.  The schools will open at the end of November, which means that the next five months will mean the end of May.  The government is preparing to invite students from Std 9 to Std 12 to school after Diwali vacation.  This year, Diwali vacation in Gujarat schools has been held two weeks early from October 29 to November 18.

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Who called Bhupendrasinh in the current press conference?


Earlier, the education minister was holding a press conference on November 23 to open school colleges. Then the phone of the education minister rang in the ongoing conference. There is a lot of debate about who owns this phone. Normally no minister or official receives a phone call during an ongoing press conference. There are rumors that Bhupendrasinh received a call from the Chief Minister's Office during a conversation with reporters.


STD ALL STD 1 TO 9 AND 11 MAS PRAMOSHAN AAPVAMA AAVSE 1st December News

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