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The decision to start school-college in Gujarat from November 23 has been postponed due to increasing transition of corona

The decision to start school-college in Gujarat from November 23 has been postponed due to increasing transition of corona

Due to the prevailing situation in Corona, the decision of the state government to start schools and colleges in Gujarat from November 23 has been postponed for the time being.

Almost all education in the state has been closed for more than 7 months due to Corona. However, the Gujarat government was preparing to start educational work. It also ordered the reopening of schools on the 23rd. The SOP also announced how to run the schools. However, the government has withdrawn the decision in view of Corona's deteriorating condition.

Withdrawing the order to reopen the schools from the 23rd, the government has decided to keep the schools closed till the next order. The government has instructed schools to be closed in all metros following the Corona explosion. It may be mentioned here that earlier curfew was observed in Ahmedabad for 60 hours and then night curfew was announced by the government.

It may be mentioned here that the government held a meeting with the chancellors of all the universities to discuss the introduction of colleges and standard 9 to 12 after Diwali. The meeting will set new guidelines for Covid 19. Seeing this, there is a possibility that colleges will start immediately after Diwali. After colleges, various departments of schools will also be started in phases. He also announced that first higher secondary, then secondary and then primary schools would be opened.

From the very beginning, the parents were angry about starting school

The government's decision to start schools in Gujarat from November 23 had already sparked outrage among parents and guardians. The All Gujarat Board of Governors (AVB) demanded the withdrawal of the decision to start schools and expressed support for the November 23 school closure announcement.

The state government is taking several steps to prevent the spread of the epidemic in view of the Corona transition situation in the state. In this connection, a big decision has been taken to open schools in Ahmedabad after a complete curfew on Saturday-Sunday.

The decision to open schools in the state from November 23 has been postponed by the state government for the time being.

In a press conference on Thursday, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that schools and colleges would be started in Gujarat from the 23rd but the decision was reversed by the government in a few hours. Now the state government has decided that schools and colleges in the state will not open from the 23rd.

The government has taken this big decision as the cases of corona are on the rise in the state after the festive season. This decision of the government has come as a great relief to the parents as they have been protesting against the decision to open schools.

Who called Bhupendrasinh in the current press conference?

Earlier, the education minister was holding a press conference on November 23 to open school colleges. Then the phone of the education minister rang in the ongoing conference. There is a lot of debate about who owns this phone. Normally no minister or official receives a phone call during an ongoing press conference. There are rumors that Bhupendrasinh received a call from the Chief Minister's Office during a conversation with reporters.

43 days later more than 1300 cases of corona in Gujarat

Corona cases have been on the rise across the state since the Diwali festival. More than 1300 cases of corona have been reported in the state again in 43 days. Earlier, 1343 cases were reported on October 7. In the last 24 hours, 1340 new cases have been reported in the state, while 7 patients have died. So 1113 patients have recovered and returned home. At the same time, the total number of cases in the state has reached 1 lakh 92 thousand 982, while the death toll has reached 3830, while a total of 1 lakh 76 thousand 475 patients have been discharged. 54907 tests have been done in the last 24 hours in the state. So far, a total of 70.33 lakh tests have been conducted. There are currently 12677 active cases in the state, out of which 87 patients are on ventilator and 12590 patients are in stable condition.



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