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Gujarat: Offline teaching for grades 1-9 to resume from Monday

Gandhinagar: With decline in Covid-19 cases, the Gujarat government has announced resumption of offline teaching for grades 1 to 9 from Monday, February 7. In a circular to all schools, the education department has said that schools may now resume the hybrid format of teaching, meaning they will be able to conduct offline classes for...

‘Suspend offline teaching’: Parents’ group in Gujarat writes to education minister

Ahmedabad: The Gujarat Vali Ekta Mandal has written to state education minister Jitu Vaghani calling for suspension of offline teaching for grades 1 to 8 in wake of the rising number of Covid-19 cases. Gujarat recorded 3,365 new cases of Covid-19 on Wednesday. The cases have risen steeply across the state. Even the number of...

Ahmedabad: As Covid cases in schools rise, DEO orders strict implementation of guidelines

Ahmedabad: With more students heading to school for offline learning, the worst fears seem to be coming true. More Covid-19 cases are emerging among students. The District Education Officer (DEO) has instructed Nirma Vidyavihar in Chharodi to close the campus for seven days after three students of the school tested positive. Orders have been issued...

Supreme Court refuses to direct states to resume offline teaching in schools

The matter is to be left to state governments, says Supreme Court   New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday said it could not direct states to reopen schools and resume offline teaching on campus. It was responding to a PIL filed by Delhi-based students seeking directions to states to reopen schools phase-wise and in...
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...