Gujarat Government announces to School opening date from standard 6 to 8 on 2 September 2021. The state government has finally decided to reopen offline classes from standard 6 to 8. Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama announced that offline classes of Std. 6 to 8 will be started in Gujarat from September 2.
It has been decided to start standard 6 to 8 schools from Thursday. After the meeting, Minister of State for Education Bhupendrasinh Chudasama told reporters that the educational work of 32 lakh students studying in classes 6 to 8 in Gujarat will start from Thursday, September 2. Students will be called to schools with 50 per cent capacity. Classes of 30 thousand schools will start. At present, the educational work of standard 9 to 12 is going on online in Gujarat.
Allowed to start classes with 50 percent number
Announcing the important announcement, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that school classes would be started in the state from September 2. In which it has been allowed to start classes with 50 per cent number. Along with this, as classes 9 to 12 are run, the rules of social distance, compulsory mask will also have to be followed. The organization will have to provide hand wash and sanitizer. Online education will continue along with offline. Government and private schools will have to follow the instructions from the government. He said that the Minister of Education has congratulated the teachers for participating in the teacher survey. According to him, 38 per cent teachers were present in the survey.
58 percent of parents agreed
The second wave of Corona is now fading. Then the Gujarat government has become active to start the classes of Std. 6 to 8 again. On the other hand, Udgam School for Children and Zebar School for Children in Ahmedabad approached the parents for what they wanted to send their children to school. As many as 58 per cent parents expressed their desire to send their children to school. Both schools contacted 1,850 parents in grades 6 to 8, of whom 1,323 responded. Of these, 58 per cent i.e. 778 parents showed readiness to send their children to school after getting government approval.