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Wednesday, 1 July 2020

Colleges Exam Related Latest News|| Announcement By Bhupendr Chudasama

Colleges Exam Related Latest News|| Announcement By Bhupendr Chudasama


Colleges Exam Related Latest News|| Announcement By Bhupendr chudasama::  closed from March due to the Corona crisis could start from July 15. The Ministry of Human Resource Development is preparing guidelines for study in schools which may be released shortly. According to sources, only 33 per cent or 50 per cent children will be allowed to come to school in a day. The state government and school management will decide how many children to call based on the resources available.

The decision to take the final year examination in all the universities in Gujarat was taken in the cabinet meeting. This was reported by Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama. But within hours of announcing the government's decision, the Center had directed the state government to postpone all examinations. The state government took a U-turn on its decision in just 2 hours as ordered by the Union Education Secretary.

In this regard, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that all the examinations taken in all the universities in the state have been postponed. The GTU exam, which starts tomorrow, has also been postponed. This decision has been taken to maintain unity in the country. The date for all these examinations will be announced later, he said.

 that apply the 33 percent formula will only be able to go to school two days a week
Depending on the number of students, the number of hand washing facilities, toilets, taps, etc. may have to be increased. Students in schools that apply the 50 percent formula will be able to go to school three times a week and schools that apply the 33 percent formula will only be able to go to school two days a week. Will have to study online in the remaining days. The guidelines will be reviewed in the last week of June depending on the status of the infection.





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It may be mentioned that in the cabinet meeting held today, it was decided to conduct final year examinations in all the universities in the state. Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama announced the exam and gave the option to take the exam online and offline. And arranged for a student to sit in a separate examination if he could not appear for the examination in both the ways.

When GTU's last year's exams were to start from tomorrow. Examinations were to be held at about 350 centers. There was also talk of arranging police arrangements for this. But due to the order of the central government, the water turned again on the announcement of the Gujarat government. And was forced to reverse his decision within just 2 hours. So did the Gujarat government organize the examination by keeping the Central Education Department in the dark?

Schools closed from March due to the Corona crisis could start from July 15. The Ministry of Human Resource Development is preparing guidelines for study in schools which may be released shortly. According to sources, only 33 per cent or 50 per cent children will be allowed to come to school in a day. The state government and school management will decide how many children to call based on the resources available

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