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Monday, 19 July 2021

Primary school Reopen News


Primary school Reopen News

Primary school Reopen News



સમાચાર વાંચવા માટે અહીં ક્લિક કરો.

ધોરણ 6થી 8 માટે સ્કૂલમાં શિક્ષણ શરૂ કરવાનો નિર્ણય પડતો મુકાયો


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ઓફ લાઇન શિક્ષણ શરૂ કરવા બાબત રાજ્ય સંઘની રજુઆત


પ્રાઈમરી સ્કૂલ ખોલવાની સલાહ બાબત સમાચાર વાંચવા માટે અહીં ક્લિક કરો

શાળાઓ કયારે ખુલશે ? તારીખ 19/7/2021નો લેટર વાંચવા માટે અહીં ક્લિક કરો

ધોરણ 9થી11 માટે ઓફલાઇન સ્કૂલો શરૂ કરવા આ અઠવાડિયે નિર્ણય લેવાય તેવી શક્યતાના સમાચાર વાંચવા માટે અહીં ક્લિક કરો.

Schools across the country have been closed since mid-March, even before the coronavirus lockdown was imposed. On Monday (October 5), the Education Ministry issued guidelines for their reopening.

When are schools reopening?

The Union government has permitted the reopening of schools in phases after October 15. However, the actual timing and manner of reopening will be decided by individual states.

This means what students actually experience will vary depending on where they go to schooWhen are schools reopening? What changes for students amid Covid-19?

For instance, Delhi has decided against bringing back students until the end of the month, despite the union government’s go-ahead. Uttar Pradesh, on the other hand, has announced a phased reopening, but has left the final decision to the districts, based on the local Covid-19 situation.

So, do younger children go back to the classroom first, or do the older ones?

The Bombay Mutual Life Insurance Society started its business in 1870. It was the first company to charge same premium for both Indian and non-Indian lives. The Oriental Assurance Company was established in 1880. The General insurance business in India, on the other hand, can trace its roots to the Triton (Tital) Insurance Company Limited, the first general insurance company established in the year 1850 in Calcutta by the British. Till the end of nineteenth century insurance business was almost entirely in the hands of overseas companies.

Insurance regulation formally began in India with the passing of the Life Insurance Companies Act of 1912 and the Provident Fund Act of 1912. Several frauds during 20's and 30's desecrated insurance business in India. By 1938 there were 176 insurance companies. The first comprehensive legislation was introduced with the Insurance Act of 1938 that provided strict State Control over insurance business. The insurance business grew at a faster pace after independence. Indian companies strengthened their hold on this business but despite the growth that was witnessed, insurance remained an urban phenomenon.

The Government of India in 1956, brought together over 240 private life insurers and provident societies under one nationalized monopoly corporation and Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) was born. Nationalization was justified on the grounds that it would create much needed funds for rapid industrialization. This was in conformity with the Government's chosen path of State lead planning and development.

This too, has been left to the discretion of the state governments.

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According to senior officers in the Education Ministry, the union government had already indicated its preference last month, when the Home Ministry permitted senior students of Classes 9 to 12 to meet their teachers in schools voluntarily.

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Students should be called for education on alternate days within 50% parity limit in the classroom. Care should be taken to ensure that the limited social distance between any two students in life is strictly adhered to.  Hand washing or keep adequate

કર્મચારીઓના મોંઘવારી ભથ્થા કરાયો વધારો લેટેસ્ટ ન્યુ જાણવાની ક્લિક કરો

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All the academic and non-academic staff and students of the school must wear it in the study in a compulsory manner and the choice of this means that its guideline must be strictly followed.

ઓફિસિયલ પરિપત્ર પ્રત્યક્ષ શિક્ષણ બાબતનો ડાઉનલોડ કરવા અહીં ક્લિક કરો

This will apply until further notice by the Department of Education in all board secondary and higher secondary schools.

Corona closes schools in
March Corona The second wave of Corona struck Gujarat in March last year. Decided to.

Exactly one year later, the school-colleges were closed again.
Last year, the educational work in the schools-colleges, educational institutions was closed from March 16. Subsequently, schools and colleges in Std 6 to 12 were reopened in phases from January to February, but within a year, Corony's condition worsened and on March 18, it was decided to reopen schools and colleges in four metros.

Offline education started in January and Feb.
Prior to this, Std. 10 and 12 schools were opened from January 11, following which Std. 10 and 12, PG and last year's college classes were started. Then in the state std. Schools for 9th and 11th were started on 1st February as well as classes for standard 9th to 12th and competitive examinations were allowed. After the reopening of schools and colleges from 9 to 12, the state government's education department announced the resumption of classroom education for first-year students in colleges from February 8.
Mass promotion given to Std. 1 to 12 students The
Gujarat government had announced to give mass promotion to students of Std. 1 to 9 and Std. This was the first time that mass promotion was given to students for the second year in a row. After that mass promotion was also given to the students of standard 10 and 12.

Schools, colleges and parents have to take care of these things

  • Sanitation facility has to be provided in every campus before starting school-colleges.
  • Students should be provided with a thermalgun for checking, sanitizer and soap for hand washing.
  • Social distance should be maintained in the classrooms and in the school-college complex. Not only that, the mask must be used.
  • It is also important to ensure that medical services are available within walking distance of the school-college.
  • Following the SOP of the Government of India, the online education system provided by the schools and colleges in the state will remain the same.
  • The SOP will be applicable to all government, grant-in-aid and self-finance schools, Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya, social justice and empowerment department as well as Adi Jati Vikas department schools of all the boards in the state.
  • Student attendance at school is not mandatory.
  • Institutions must also obtain the written consent of the student's parents to come to school.
  • Students will also be asked to bring their own masks, water bottles, books, snacks, etc. from home and not to interact with other students.
  • According to the revised seating arrangement in the classroom, there should be a distance of at least 6 feet between the two students.
  • The principal-principal will have to arrange for the students to come in stages so that there is no overcrowding in the school-college campus.
  • It is also suggested that students come to school on the scheduled days of the week and do homework assignments on the remaining days.
  • It is also advised not to play sports or any other group activity on the field of mass prayer.
  • Parents will be encouraged to use their personal transportation to get the child to and from school.
  • Students who use public transport will also be given appropriate precautionary guidance from the school.

ધોરણ 9 થી 11 માટે ઓફલાઇન સ્કૂલો શરૂ કરવા આ અઠવાડિયે નિર્ણય લેવાય તેવી શક્યતાના સમાચાર વાંચવા માટે અહીં ક્લિક કરો.


However, if a state were to decide to bring back the youngest students first, the Education Ministry will not interfere, a senior officer told The Indian Express.
Who returns to the classroom first, the younger children or older ones?What is the union government’s stand on attendance?

The Education and Home Ministries have categorically said that students will not be forced to attend classes in school.

“Attendance must not be enforced, and must depend entirely on parental consent,” the Ministry’s guidelines for reopening states. Those who choose not to go back to school can attend classes online. For schools that lack an ICT-enabled environment, teachers are expected to interact with students and parents on the phone about “on-going learning in the class and keep track of students through interview mode”.

What is the Centre’s stand on attendance for students?
What would school life look like amid the pandemic?

Even if parents decide to send their children to school, they will not be going every day. Attendance could be rotational, on alternate days, or every two days.

On the days a student is at home, she will be asked to self-study chapters that are “essential but conceptually easier to understand”.

What will school life be like for students amid Covid-19?

In case of high enrolment numbers, schools can explore running in two shifts “by reducing time duration of school hours per shift, such that the school is able to manage with the same set of teachers in the overall school hours”.

When in school, the wearing of masks will be compulsory for students, teachers and staff. All students will have to follow a strict hand hygiene routine, and will sit six feet apart in classrooms.

Sharing of notebooks, food and toys amongst students will be prohibited. Classes would be held outdoors on days when the weather is pleasant.

If possible, school bags for students of lower primary classes (I to V) will be discouraged and all necessary learning material may be kept in the classroom.

And what about for the staff?

As far as possible, parents will be encouraged to use their personal transport to drop children to school. Aged teachers and staff, and those living in containment zones will not be allowed to come in.

What about assessments?

According to the Education Ministry’s guidelines, for at least two to three weeks after reopening, schools will not conduct any assessment. Even when they do, the pen-and-paper text format will be discouraged for students across all grades to “ensure emotional well-being of the students”.

What about school assessments for students?

“Assessments in the form of role plays, choreography, class quiz, puzzles and games, brochure designing, presentations, journals, portfolios, etc., may be preferred over routine pen-paper testing,” the Education Ministry’s guidelines state

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