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Gujarat schools to resume classes for grades 6-8 from September 2

Gujarat schools to resume classes for grades 6-8 from September 2

Gandhinagar: With the Covid-19 situation in Gujarat remaining under control, the state government has decided to allow schools to resume offline teaching for grades 6 to 8. The announcement was made by the state education minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama. Gujarat schools will now be able to allow students of classes 6, 7 and 8 on campus...

Gujarat cancels class 12 state board exams

The Gujarat government on Wednesday cancelled the class 12 state board exams. The decision came a day after the Centre cancelled the CBSE class 12 board exams. Gujarat Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama announced the same following a core committee meeting headed by chief minister Vijay Rupani. The decision will bring relief to 6.83 lakh class...

COVID impact: No board exams, class 10 students in Gujarat to be mass promoted

The Gujarat government has announced that regular Class 10 students of Gujarat Board will be mass promoted due to the COVID situation The decision was taken at the committee meeting chaired by Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani. The decision is aimed to ensure that students are not put at risk due to the COVID situation and...

Will hold meeting with private schools on fee issue: Gujarat govt

The education department on Wednesday said that it will meet with the administrators of private schools in the state to decide on the fee issue. The Gujarat high court has in a recent order asked the schools to charge a reasonable fee for online education.   It has also asked the school and government to...

Gujarat to offer free online classes for all students of private schools

The Gujarat government has also dug its heels in the matter of school fees of self-financed schools in the state. It has announced that the state will provide online education for class 3 to 12 of students of these schools for free. The move comes after self-financed schools in Gujarat stopped online classes from Thursday...

Reopening of schools cannot be hurried, says Bhupendrasinh Chudasama

Gujarat education minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama on Monday said that the decision to open schools and when it should happen cannot be a hurried one. He also said that action needed to be taken against schools that were charging exorbitant fees even when they were not functioning. Chudasama was quoted by the local media after a...

Senior BJP leaders meet Morari Bapu after attack by ex-BJP MLA Pabubha Manek

BJP spokesperson Bharat Pandya, senior leader Bhupendrasinh Chudasama and Bhavnagar MP Bhartiben Shiyal have met kathakar Morari Bapu. The visit comes after former BJP MLA from Dwarka Pabubha Manek tried to attack Morari Bapu at a press conference earlier this week. The meeting comes after the BJP saw several protests against the attack. Bapu had...

Chudasma’s facebook post on COVID-19 has users questioning him on rising pvt school fees

Social media has allowed the common man easy access to everyone and that means they will not hold back on speaking their mind. Education minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama’s well intentioned post on how to stay safe during COVID-19 for those in his constituency turned into something else when users began questioning him on the government’s inability...

Boys outshine girls in class 12 science exam of Gujarat Board

The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board on Sunday declared the results for students who had appeared in class 12 board examinations for the science stream. Notably, over 1.16 lakh students appeared in the exam and 83,111 students have passed, which brings the pass percentage to 71.34. Boys have outshined girls this time with...

SC stays Gujarat High Court’s order invalidating election of Bhupendrasinh Chudasama

The Supreme Court on Friday stayed an order by the Gujarat High Court, setting aside the election of BJP leader Bhupendrasinh Chudasama. A bench headed by Justice MM Shantanagouder issued notice to the Election Commission and the rival Congress candidate Ashwin Rathod on the appeal filed by Chudasama against the high court order of May...

#Column: Had Bhupendrasinh listened to leadership, he would not be regretting

Gujarat education minister and one of the senior most leaders in the Cabinet, Bhupendrasinh Chudasama has been facing the biggest embarrassment of his political career after the Gujarat high court held his election to the Gujarat assembly void. The court also observed that he was involved in corrupt practice to rig the election in his...

If Thursday fortune fails, Chudasama will have to quit

Gujarat Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama is in deep trouble these days. Thursday may be the day when his future for the remaining term as a minister gets decided. His appeal against the Gujarat High Court order in the apex court may come up for hearing on this day. Apart from challenging the high court order,...