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Tuesday, February 23, 2021

LIVE :- Gujarat Taluka Panchayat and Jilla Panchayat and Nagarpalika election result 2021 - counting of votes, latest civic polls news

LIVE :-  Gujarat Taluka Panchayat and Jilla Panchayat and Nagarpalika  election result 2021 - counting of votes, latest civic polls news

  • 66.67 per cent polling in district panchayats, 69.18 per cent in taluka panchayats and 59.05 per cent in municipalities in 2021
  • In the 2015 elections, in the district panchayats and taluka panchayats, the Congress was dominated by the BJP in the municipalities
In the local body elections in the state, 980 seats of 31 district panchayats, 4772 seats of 231 taluka panchayats and 2720 seats of 81 municipalities were polled on February 28. The turnout was 66.67 per cent in district panchayats, 69.18 per cent in taluka panchayats and 59.05 per cent in municipalities. Voting was better in villages than in urban areas.

  • In 2021, the turnout was 66.49 per cent in 31 district panchayats and in 2015 it was 69 per cent
  • In 2015, the BJP won power in 7 and the Congress in 22 district panchayats and two were tied
  • Decision of political fate of 2,655 candidates

General elections of 31 District Panchayats, 231 Taluka Panchayats and 81 Municipalities of Gujarat and by-elections of 23 Municipalities and 3 Taluka Panchayats were held on Sunday. The district panchayats recorded an average turnout of 66 per cent. Out of 31 district panchayats in 2015, Congress came to power in 22nd while BJP came in 7th. As well as a tie between the two. In 2015, the BJP collapsed in the district panchayats due to the Patidar movement.

As the counting of votes for the 2021 elections begins, it is likely that the people will decide who will be crowned panchayats by around noon. DivyaBhaskar is giving you updates on the results of Palika and Panchayats and meeting wise results.

25 seats non-competitive

A total of 2,655 candidates, including 954 from BJP, 937 from Congress, 304 from AAP and 460 others, are in the fray for 980 seats in 31 district panchayats and 25 seats have been declared uncontested.

Out of 8747 district panchayat seats of local self-government in the state, 237 seats were uncontested. In the district panchayat, BJP got 25 uncontested seats, BJP got 92 out of 95 seats in the municipality, Congress got 2, others got 1 seat, BJP got 111 out of total 117 uncontested taluka panchayats, Congress got 5 and others got 1 seat.

What was the status in 2015

If we talk about the result of the local body elections held in 2015, out of 972 seats in district panchayats, Congress got 595 and BJP got 368 seats. While others got 9 seats. Out of 4715 seats in 231 taluka panchayats in 2015, Congress got 2555, BJP got 2019 and 141 others. Out of 2675 seats in 81 municipalities, BJP got 1197, Congress 673 and others 205 seats while BSP got 4 seats. Thus, in the 2015 elections in the district panchayats and taluka panchayats, the Congress was dominating the BJP in the municipalities.

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Monday, February 22, 2021

Foldable phone Huawei Mate X2 launch, price is more than 2 lakhs, the phone is equipped with these amazing features

Foldable phone Huawei Mate X2 launch, price is more than 2 lakhs, the phone is equipped with these amazing features

This smartphone is equipped with some amazing features that will not be seen in any other smartphone. But the price of this smartphone is also very high. In such a situation, customers will have to spend more money for the phone.

Huawei's foldable smartphone Huawei Mate X2 has been launched in China. This is Huawei's third foldable smartphone. The phone has been launched in two storage variants. The price of the 256GB storage variant of Huawei Mate X2 is about Rs 2,01,700. While its 512GB storage variant will come for Rs 2,12,900. This smartphone is equipped with some amazing features, which probably will not be seen in any other smartphone. But the price of this smartphone is also very high, which makes it out of reach of common man.


Huawei Mate X2 smartphone has a dual foldable display. Its main display will be 8 inches, while the phone will get a secondary 6.45 inch cover display. The interior screen of the phone will come with 2K (2480x2200 pixels) resolution. While the outside screen will come with 2700x1160 pixels. Also its refreshed red will be 90Hz. The touch sampling rate of the phone's interior display will be 180Hz. While the touch sampling rate of the external display will be 240Hz. The thickness point of the phone will be 4.4mm. In this, Gapless hinge has been supported to fold the display of the smartphone. In-house Kirin 9000 chipset has been supported in the phone as a processor. The phone will work on Android 10 based EMUI 11.0 out of the box.

Camera and battery

Talking about photography, the quad camera setup has been given on the back panel of Huawei Mate X2. It will be backed by the primary Camar 50MP Leica lens, which will come with 100X zoom, along with 16MP cine camera with ultra-voice support. There will also be support for 12 MP telephoto lens, which will come with 3x optical zoom support. The same 8 MP superzoom camera will come with 10x optical zoom. 16 MP camera will be available for selfie and video calling. The phone has a support of 4,500mAh battery for powerbackup. It can be charged with the help of 55W fast charger.

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Wednesday, February 17, 2021

STD 9 Exam 2021 : All subjects Blueprint Prashn patra parirup and Paper Style

STD 9 Exam 2021 : All subjects Blueprint  Prashn patra parirup and Paper Style

GSEB std.9 Blueprint 2021 (Question Paper Format)

GSEB std.9 Blueprint 2021 Pdf Download for Gujarat Board STD-9 Blueprint 2021 for Question Paper Format to New Exam Pattern & Question Paper Style with Study Material Gujarati Medium

Department of Education and Secondary and Higher Secondary education board is announced GSEB STD 9 Blueprint 2021 Pdf for guessing new exam pattern or question paper style for students.

Right now the GSEB STD-9 Blueprint 2021 is announced with sample question paper for all subjects, according to the STD-9 blueprint the examination tests are conducted with 80 Marks for Knowledge, Understanding, Application, Skills Test.

GSEB Blueprint 2021: Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board Gandhinagar (GSHEB) has made certain changes in Blue Print, Paper Style and Sample Question Papers for std. 9th and 11th (science stream and General Stream). Therefore students here we are rendering you new pattern study material so that you can start your preparation right way.

Brief Detail For GUJARATI paper style Blue Print GSEB STD 9 Exam 2021

  • Exam Body ::: Gujarat Secondary Education board , Gandhinagar
  • Exam Year:::  2021
  • Category::: Paper Style, blue print and Model paper
  • Subject::: All 
  • Standard::: class 9th


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Monday, February 15, 2021



Schools have long been closed for students due to the Corona epidemic. During this time students are on leave to prevent the spread of the disease.


In order to ensure that students do not stop studying during this time, students can study at home from home learning by the government through DD GIRNAR channel. Broadcast for students from 1 to 12. The broadcast comes daily from Monday to Saturday. Which starts at 9 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m. The videos aired on the channel can also be viewed on YouTube and the Diksha application. This is why the next day the students come to deliver the link of this broadcast.


The timetable of the syllabus to be covered in that month is delivered to the students in advance. So that the students can also know which topic is to be broadcast today, so that students are already sitting with books and other materials accordingly.


So here we provide the time table of December month in advance. So students will know that which subject and topic will cover on that day. 


E-learning is not proving effective in India. This requires different kinds of commitment and ability to pay attention to students. Focus should be on students rather than courses in e-learning. None of these are taken care of in our current education system. Whether you have a computer at home for e-learning, a high-speed fiber broadband connection or a 2G mobile phone, you are in the fifth grade or are getting higher education, whether you need lab practical in any of your subjects, for you The problems are the same, whether you are a student or a teacher. India is not ready for e-learning right now. All the statements (in my view) are unreliable, claiming that a teacher has put a large number of webinars and lecture videos on a public portal. The claims of well-known schools are also futile that it has successfully continued students' education through e-learning during Covid-19. These claims, which show hope, do not reflect the ground situation.


The incompetence of our students and professors in this matter will be painful for you. We tell you the situation inside the education world. Informal reports from other English-speaking countries in the world also indicate that learning activities are being affected, as today's education system is not designed for e-learning. The mother of an American child studying e-learning told me that if she did not die from Kovid-19, she would surely die in an effort to convince her children what their teachers were teaching online.


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Sunday, February 14, 2021

Fastag will be mandatory in all vehicles from February 15, find out where to buy and how to recharge

Fastag will be mandatory in all vehicles from February 15, find out where to buy and how to recharge

  • If there is no fastag, double toll tax has to be paid
  • Fastags can be purchased online-offline

Fastag will be mandatory across the country on Monday, February 15. All types of vehicles except two-wheelers will have to be fitted with Fastag. If the vehicle does not have a fastag, the driver / owner will have to pay double tax or fine for passing through the toll plaza. We are telling you everything about Fastag.

What is Fastag?

Fastag is a type of tag or sticker. It is pasted on the windscreen of the vehicle. Fastag works with radio frequency identification or RFID technique. This technique scans the barcode of the camera sticker on the toll plaza and the toll fee is automatically deducted from Fastag's wallet. With the use of Fastag, the driver does not have to stand to pay the toll tax. It is used to reduce the time it takes at the toll plaza and to make travel easier.

Where can I get Fastag?

Fastag can be purchased both online and offline. Fastag can be purchased online from any authorized bank or e-commerce platform such as Amazon, Flipkart and Paytm. In addition, Fastag can be taken from the point of sale of 23 authorized banks, Road Transport Office. According to NHAI, Fastag is available at 30,000 Points of Sale (PoS) across the country.

What documents are required to purchase Fastag?

Fastag can be purchased by submitting a copy of the driver's license and vehicle registration certificate. The bank also wants a copy of the user's pen card and Aadhaar card for KYC.

How to recharge Fastag?

Recharge can be done online by visiting the bank's fastag website. Apart from that recharge can be done through UPI / Debit Card / Credit Card / NEFT / Net Banking etc. If the fastag is linked to a bank account the money is deducted directly from the account. Money can be added directly to the wallet if Paytm Wallet is linked to Fastag.

The cost of Fastag?

The National Payment Corporation of India has fixed the price of Fastag at Rs 100. In addition, a security deposit of Rs 200 has to be given. However, banks' rates may vary. Many banks offer fastags at free or normal prices in a timely manner to increase their participation.

Is Fastag required?

Fastag is required to cross the toll plaza right now. From April 1, the government is also going to make Fastag mandatory to buy third party insurance. In such a situation, the vehicle that does not cross the toll plaza will also need a fastag.

What would happen without Fastag?

You will have to pay a fine if you reach the toll plaza without a fastag. That could be double the toll tax. In addition, you may have to pay a fine for crossing the toll plaza through Damage Fastag.

What happens if there is not enough balance in the Fastag wallet?

You can cross the toll plaza even if you don't have enough balance in your fastag wallet. NHAI has implemented this facility to avoid controversy over toll plazas. However, this facility will be available only to passenger segment vehicles like cars, jeeps, vans. Commercial vehicles will not benefit. After crossing the toll plaza, the tax will be deducted from the security deposit. It will be filled on the next recharge.

How many fastags in the country at the moment?

The country currently has more than 2.54 crore fastag users. Fastag accounts for 80% of the country's total toll collection. About Rs 89 crore of toll tax is being collected every day by Fastag. NHAI has set a target of 100% cashless tax collection on toll plazas across the country.


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Saturday, February 13, 2021



One after another schools and colleges are being started in Gujarat as soon as the Koro epidemic in the state subsides. Earlier, first year colleges as well as standard 9 to 12 schools have been started in the state. And now a big news is coming that now Std 6-8 Schools will also start from 18th February.

From 18th February Std. Classes 6 to 8 will begin

After the commencement of Std. 9 to 12, first and third year at college level as well as tuition classes, now the government has completed preparations on all fronts to start physical education in Std. 6 to 8 classes in the field of higher primary education. The decision to start standard 6 to 8 classrooms from Thursday, February 18 has been taken by the Rupani government today.

The proposal for offline education was received by the Minister of Education

A proposal was sent to the Education Minister to undo physical education instead of online education in government, grant aided and private sector classes 6 to 8. On the basis of this proposal, the Rupani government decided to start Std. 6-8 schools in the interest of the students. However, along with offline, online schools will also remain the same.

With the strict implementation of SOP regarding transition control during the Corona period, direct education for Std.10-12 as well as the last classes of the college was started from 11th January at the beginning of the year 2021. Standard 9 to 12 has been started from 1st February. With the expected results, the government has now opened the doors of schools for students from standard 6 to 8 as well.

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Thursday, February 11, 2021

How to identify genuine 2000 and 500 notes: This is the best technique

How to identify genuine 2000 and 500 notes: This is the best technique

The central government imposed a ban on banknotes in the country to curb the circulation of black money and counterfeit notes. However, counterfeit notes worth Rs 6.71 lakh were seized from 11 banks in Ahmedabad, including Rs 2,000, Rs 500 and Rs 200 notes issued after the ban. In such a situation, it is very important to easily identify genuine, counterfeit notes of Rs. 200, Rs. 500 and Rs. 2000. Today we are giving you information related to it.

How to identify genuine 2000  notes

According to the RBI, the base color of the 2000 note is magenta and its size is 66 mm by 166 mm. The front of the note has a picture of Mahatma Gandhi and the back has a Mars rover.

  • 2000 will be read when the note is placed in front of the light.
  • 2000 will be written at a 45 degree angle in front of the eye.
  • 2000 is written in Devanagari.
  • In the center is a picture of Mahatma Gandhi.
  • India and INDIA are written in micro letters.
  • India, RBI and 2000 are written on the security thread. If you twist the note a little, the color of this thread changes from green to blue.
  • The guarantee clause, the governor's signature, the promise clause and the RBI logo are on the right.
  • Mahatma Gandhi's portrait and electrotype (2000) is a watermark.
  • The numbers written on the top left and bottom of the right get bigger from left to right.
  • The number 2000 written here changes color. Its color changes from green to blue.
  • On the right is the Ashoka Pillar.
  • 2000 is written on the rectangular box on the right.
  • To the right and left are seven lines that are rough.


  • The year of note printing is written.
  • Clean India logo with slogan.
  • Language panel on center side
  • Sample of Mars spacecraft
  • 2000 rupees is written in Devanagari.

How to identify genuine  500 notes

  • Facilities in Rs.500 note
  • The front of the note is inscribed in 500 Devanagari
  • 500 is a latent image
  • In the center of the front is a picture of Mahatma Gandhi
  • India and India are written in small letters
  • India and RBI are written on the thread in the middle of the note
  • Turning the note to the left, the color of the thread turns from green to blue
  • On the right side of the photo of Mahatma Gandhi is the guarantee clause signed by the Governor, along with the Promise Clause signed by the Governor of RBI
  • The numbers from the top left of the note will appear in the smallest order and the numbers from the bottom right will appear in this order.
  • The number 500 at the bottom right is written in ink changing from green to blue.
  • On the right is the symbol of the Ashoka Pillar


  • To the left of the note is the year of printing.
  • Is the logo and motto of Clean India
  • There is a picture of the Red Fort
  • 500 is written in Devanagari.

The government has come up with new notes instead of the old ones to curb counterfeiting. The government has issued new notes of Rs 2,000, Rs 500, Rs 200, Rs 100, Rs 50 and Rs 10 in the country, yet it has not been able to take full control of the counterfeit currency market. We will tell you today about the RBI guide, through which you can easily identify counterfeit notes.


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Wednesday, February 10, 2021



Unit Test February 2021 Time Table:  UNIT TEST,Gujarat government latest thinking According to the above subject, the entire education campaign conducts academic quality checks of each subject from Std 3 to 8,these are the subjects are involved for special work on paralogy therapeutic work of that subject and Unit Test  as part of the SCE. Unit Test February 2021time table is also available here. Unit Test related more information also available in our website.

Unit Test February 2021 Time Table
The syllabus is also run digitally in this time of COVID 19 so this was 1st exam of all primary and upper primary students for this test. A unit test is conducted to evaluate the quality of classroom teaching work done by teachers in Std 3 to 5 and improve its quality. Unit Test all detail for primary and upper primary details are available on this website. Unit Test related more detail available from our site. Unit Test February 2021 time table is available here.

Unit Test February 2021 Time Table

During the 2nd semester of the current academic year, the unit test of various subjects from Standard 3 to 8 will be taken in accordance with the timetable involved. The course for this unit test will be from the day of the test to the next week. The question paper will be prepared by GCERT as per the syllabus. Through the entire education campaign, it will be delivered to the district in soft copy every Thursday.

Unit Test February 2021 Time Table

Each district must deliver the soft copy to the BRC on the same day and the BRC to the CRC on the same day. The CRC will have to deliver it to the school on soft print on Friday. The teacher will have to write the unit test questions on the board or the school can arrange a hard copy of the question paper per student if needed.

Unit Test February 2021 Time Table

The school will be able to pay for its own Composite School grant head. On a day of unit testing, the district project co-operation must be done at the district level at the local monitoring and management level to ensure that the unit is tested in a timely, confidential, and appropriate manner. Likewise, TPEO, BRC, CRC, and BRMP (all) at the taluka level will have to be done. 

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Sunday, February 7, 2021

WhatsApp is working on a new feature for group chat, find out its features

WhatsApp is working on a new feature for group chat, find out its features

The messaging app WhatsApp is now making efforts to reserve users after being embroiled in policy controversy. The company is working on a new feature for group chats. The mansion base feature of Android's beta version is being seen.The popular messaging app keeps adding new features through WhatsApp updates. In the latest beta update, the company is seen testing a new feature. Under this feature, there will be a dedicated badge, which can be used to mentor people in group chats. According to the report, this feature can be brought with the PIN message option.

This new feature is available on version of the beta app, according to a report from WhatsApp news tracking website WABetaInfo. However, it is not currently available to all users.

Mansion base

Sharing information about this feature, WABetaInfo said that this new feature will add a new base to the group cell when you are mentioned in a group. WhatsApp sends notifications to any user currently mentioned in the group.According to a report by Wabetainfo, WhatsApp recently released a beta update. A Mention badge has been added to group chats through the new update. This feature is very easy to understand. As soon as someone mentions you during a group chat in WhatsApp, a new badge will be added to the group cell. Explain that there is a long time option in WhatsApp, through which you can tag any member while writing messages in group chats. Now the new feature may be to improve this process further.

New sticker pack

WhatsApp has also released a new sticker pack for users. A sticker pack called Taters n Tots is now available to users. Go to any chat and click on the sticker icon and tap on the + icon to download the new sticker pack. Now you have to download the Taters n Tots option in the list. WhatsApp is working on a sticker shortcut feature for its keyboard. The new sticker will appear in the shortcut chat bar. This new feature will give WhatsApp suggestion of the relevant sticker when typing word or emoji in the message.Apart from the above mentioned feature, WhatsApp has also added a new sticker pack Taters n tots for Android users. This sticker can be used to show friendship and love. Users who want to use this pack will have to go to any chat in WhatsApp and tap on the sticker icon, then tap on + and go to the All Stickers section. Here you will see the new pack at the top. The size of this pack is 3.9MB.

Biometric lock for whatsapp web

Let us know that recently, WhatsApp has released the face and fingerprint unlock feature for its web and desktop versions. Under this, the user will be asked to use face or fingerprint before scanning the QR code to use WhatsApp on the desktop. This feature was previously only available for apps. With the new feature coming, no one will be able to use your WhatsApp account on desktop without your consent.

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Saturday, February 6, 2021

GSERC Grant in aid School (Secondary & Higher Secondary ) Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2021 Apply Online Job Vacancies 2021 @

GSERC Grant in aid School (Secondary & Higher Secondary ) Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2021 Apply Online Job Vacancies 2021 @

GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2020-21, Gujarat State Education Recruitment Board GSERC has released the GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2020-21 – jobs in Gujarat online Notification on the official website.

GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2020-21 @ jobs in Gujarat online Notification: – Gujarat State Education Recruitment Board (GSERC) has invited the online application form for the posts of the Shikshan Sahayak. The official board has released the vacancies for the Shikshan Sahayak. Candidates may check the official notification of the GSERC.

GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2021 Free Job alert for both Fresher and Experienced Candidates updated on Dec 20. Get Direct Official Link for applying GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2021 along with current GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment official Notification 2021 here. Find all recent GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Vacancy 2021 across India and check all the latest GSERC Shikshan Sahayak 2021 job openings instantly here, Know upcoming GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2021 immediately here.

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GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2021 vacancies will be updated here. Job openings for GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2021 will be released by the officials. We will update the detailed information of GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2021 soon on this page. Job seekers who would like to know the updates of GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2021 can check here. Get the entire details of Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2021 by reading this page further. You can Check all Latest Sarkari Result Updates of All Central Government Jobs and State Government Jobs.

From the official notification, you can get about the academic qualification, age limit, age relaxation, exam fee, total vacancies, selection process, how to apply and others.

Here we also provide the official link to access the GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2020-21 jobs in Gujarat. Candidates stay connects with us for the latest updates related to the GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2020-21 jobs in Gujarat.

Here we also provide the Gujarat State Education Recruitment Board GSERC official advertisement to access this recruitment. The GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Online Application Form has released form 2020-21. Eligible contenders can apply the GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Online Application Form before the last date.

And the closing date of the GSERB Shikshan Sahayak Online Application Form submission is before the last date. You can apply GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Application Form via online mode. The official website of the Gujarat State Education Recruitment Board (GSERC) is

GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Bharti Form 2020-21 latest Gujarat Shikshan Sahayak Vacancies
  • Name of the Department: – Gujarat State Education Recruitment Board GSERC
  • Official website: –
  • Article Category: – GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2020-21 jobs in Gujarat online Notification
  • Post Name: – Shikshan Sahayak
  • Total vacancies: –
  • Online Application Form Release Date: –
  • Last Date: –
Eligibility Criteria for GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2020-21

Educational Qualification: – Entrants must have passed the Graduation degree from a recognized University or Institution.

Age Limit: – No Age Limit

Selection Process: -= the selection of the contenders based on the performance in the
  • Written examination
  • Personal interview
Application Fee: – Candidates, please visit the official notification for the application fee.

Salary/ Pay Scale/ Stipend: – visit the official notification

Click here for the: – GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2020-21 online Application Form

How to apply for GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2020-21 jobs in Gujarat online Notification
  1. Candidates may log in the official website of the GSERC
  2. Go to the recruitment link
  3. Fill up the all the details in it
  4. Make the online payment
  5. Click on the submit button
  6. Take a hard copy of the online application form
To know more about the GSERC Shikshan Sahayak Recruitment 2020-21 jobs in Gujarat online Notification candidates, please visit the official portal of the department.


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Friday, February 5, 2021

Economic Assessment: For the first time, the Supreme Court has decided that the cost of a tree for 1 year is Rs. 74 thousand 500, this is a 950 year old tree of Vadodara worth 10 crores

Economic Assessment: For the first time, the Supreme Court has decided that the cost of a tree for 1 year is Rs. 74 thousand 500, this is a 950 year old tree of Vadodara worth 10 crores

Ganpatpura village, 6 km from Bhayali and Padra near Vadodara, is probably the largest 950-year-old tree of Gujarat's Baobab in Gujarat. A tree trunk with 200 feet of roots and a circumference of 80 feet stores 50,000 liters of water.

A 100-year-old heritage tree can cost more than a million

An expert committee appointed by the Supreme Court has submitted a report on the evaluation of the trees. According to the findings of this committee, the annual economic value of a tree is Rs. May be 74,500. That is, the age of the tree is Rs. Its value should be determined by multiplying by 74,500. For the first time in the country, trees have been economically evaluated. Ganpatpura village, 6 km from Bhayali and Padra near Vadodara, is probably the largest 950-year-old tree of Gujarat's Baobab in Gujarat. The scientific name of this tree is Andesonia digitata. The value of this tree is more than 100 million.

The committee's report said a 100-year-old heritage tree cost Rs. Can be more than a crore. Chief Justice S.A. A bench headed by Bobde asked the committee members to determine the economic value of the trees in January 2020. This value may depend on the cost of oxygen provided by the trees and other benefits.

The bench comprised Chief Justice A.S. Bopanna and V. Ramasubramaniam was also involved. He has evaluated them not only on the basis of the wood of the trees, but also in view of the positive impact of the trees on the environment.

The math of the value of a year’s tree

The West Bengal Railway had sought permission to cut down 356 trees, including a heritage tree, to build the overbridge. On this issue, the committee said that the cost of these trees was Rs. 2.2 billion, which is even more than the value of the project.

ગુજરાતીમાં વાંચવા અહીં ક્લિક કરો.

  • The age of the tree is Rs. Its value should be determined by multiplying by 74,500.
  • The value of a 100 year old heritage tree is more than one crore rupees, the older the tree the more its value increases
  • Oxygen: Rs. 45,000
  • Price of Fertilizer: Rs. 20,000
  • Price of wood: Rs. 10,000
  • Total cost: Rs. 74,500

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Thursday, February 4, 2021

College Studies: First year academic work of colleges across the state will be started from February 8 in Gujarat, students will sit in the classroom with SOP including social distance.

College Studies: First year academic work of colleges across the state will be started from February 8 in Gujarat, students will sit in the classroom with SOP including social distance.

  • SOP also announced for re-opening of hostel, no more than two students can stay in one room of hostel
  • Maintain social distance - comply with SOP of Covid-19 transition control including use of hand sanitizer

The state government's education department has announced the resumption of classroom education for first-year students in state colleges from next Monday, February 8. A resolution issued by the education department in this regard said that when the classrooms for the first year academic course are started, safe social distance between the two students should be observed as well as seating arrangement of the students should be arranged in Zig-Zag, Stagardman.

Classes including PG, Phd, Medical started in the first phase from 11th January

Education front secretary Anju Sharma gave further details of the decision. He said that as the severity of Corona transition in the state is declining day by day, in the long-term educational interest of the students, the state government has earlier started the final phase of all postgraduate, Ph.D. Classrooms are physically started for all final year students.

The Department of Education and Health decided to hold a meeting and start a classroom

Now, after in-depth discussions at a joint meeting of senior officials of the education department and the health department, the state government has decided to start colleges to impart classroom-physical education to first-year students from Monday, February 8.

Decision after consideration of second year classroom

Education front secretary Anju Sharma also said that the state government would decide in due course to start second year classrooms after reviewing the final year final year and first year-first year class resumption status and other necessary deliberations.

The hostel will be reopened at the Covid Designate Center

It is pertinent to point out here that the Department of Education has also prescribed SOP to reopen all the Samaras Hostels run by the State Government which were earlier functioning as Covid-19 Designate Centers. .

No more than 2 students can stay in one room of the hostel

Accordingly, as a precautionary measure, hand hygiene, social distance and other necessary measures must be ensured before reopening such a harmonious hostel. According to the SOP, no more than two students will be allowed to stay together in one room in the hostel. Not only that, a student with Covid-19 features will not be allowed to enter or stay in the hostel under any circumstances.

SOP regarding hostel was announced

  • Thermal screening of all students staying in the hostel will have to be ensured
  • The dining room / kitchen should be kept clean.
  • Avoiding overcrowding. Meals should be served in small groups. Meals in the room for students and staff should be arranged in such a way that it is easy and immediately available.
  • The campus of the hostel should be organized in such a way that there is no crowd and for that the number of students should be limited properly. Students will have to be called in stages for this.
  • Students are expected to adhere to self-discipline and careful behavior regarding covid on hostel campuses.
  • Students should observe regular and proper hand hygiene, maintain social distance, avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth, always adhere to wearing face mask.
  • Sanitizers should be provided on every floor of the hostel and after exchanging items with students / staff, it is advisable to use sanitizers after touching surfaces like walls, doors, door handles, stair railings, switches etc.
  • Kovid is also expected to adhere to social distance norms when using the washroom as a matter of self-discipline as part of precaution. Social distance should be maintained in the corridor, no student gatherings should be allowed.
  • Gathering in any part of the hostel building should not be allowed and students should also avoid meeting in groups.
  • Outside the hostel and in the hostel garden, students should avoid gathering or sitting in groups.
  • The gym facility on campus will also be closed, as all types of sports that may involve physical contact are not allowed.
  • It is imperative to introduce a slot-based coupon system in the restaurant to ensure full compliance with the Covid-19 rules.
  • Employees on duty in the restaurant hall and kitchen will be checked for health status every day before starting their duty and face-mask, headcover and hand gloves will be mandatory during the duty.
  • Restaurant staff also have to adhere to social distance. Use food grade disinfectants to clean floors and floors.
  • Do not use any bleach, washing soda, detergent powder to wash vegetables or other foods.
  • Fresh vegetables and other food items should be washed with hot water before cutting. Encourage students to maintain self-discipline and avoid crowding inside the dining hall for deployment.
  • Since the points of the frequently used waterroom are extremely sensitive, care must be taken in hand hygiene before or after touching them.
  • Proper arrangements should be made to ensure minimal touch by hand. Proper adherence to mask, social distance and line system.
  • Hygiene conditions in kitchens, dining halls, bathrooms and toilets etc. should be regularly monitored. It remains to be seen if the utensils are properly cleaned.
  • It is important to ensure that fresh food is cooked so a senior staff member can monitor it.
  • Reporting suspicious cases: Preventing the entry of any person with fever and cough and shortness of breath, in such cases it will be mandatory to report to the concerned department.
  • Such a person should be taken immediately to the nearest quarantine facility or to the nearest Kovid Hospital.
  • Encourage everyone to bring their own water bottle and avoid using general water bottle / mug / glass.
  • Every organization should regularly monitor the health of its students, staff and employees.
  • Staff and students should also take precautions to self-monitor their health. Any staff and students or any of their family members who have been infected / have been treated for Covid-19 should also do so voluntarily.
  • In case of any illness / health symptoms, the working staff should be sent to the nearest covid treatment facility for clinical treatment.
  • Employees must strictly follow the rules of social distance provided by the system for lunch and the number of students in the dining hall must be monitored by security guards and mess staff.
  • Adequate provision of thermal scanners, sanitizers, etc. should be made available at all entry and exit points including the reception area.
  • Make and follow certain markings with a distance of 6 feet at the gate to ensure line arrangement at the entry / exit of the hostel campus
  • If the organization has more than one gate for entry / exit, use all the gates with due care to avoid congestion.
  • Screening of students, staff and employees, wearing face masks, hand sanitizing etc. must be ensured at every entry point.
  • Do not allow people with symptoms of fever, cough or shortness of breath to enter.
  • The state government will start classrooms for the first year academic work of colleges and also reuse hostels for accommodation purposes.

The chief secretary of education has requested to comply with the SOP issued by the education department.


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