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Thursday, July 22, 2021

Consideration to start schools of standard 9 to 11 offline from Monday, a series of meetings in the education department

Consideration to start schools of standard 9 to 11 offline from Monday, a series of meetings in the education department



  • A decision on starting schools is expected in two days
  • About 14 lakh students in standard 9 and 11
  • રાજ્યમા ધોરણ 9 થી 11 ના વર્ગો સોમવાર 26 જુલાઈ 2021 થી શરૂ થશે
  • 50 ટકા કેપેસિટી સાથે વર્ગો શરૂ કરી શકાશે
  • વિદ્યાર્થીઓની હાજરી મરજિયાત રહેશે
  • શાળામાં વર્ગખંડમાં પ્રત્યક્ષ શિક્ષણ માટે આવનારા વિદ્યાર્થીઓએ પોતાના વાલીનો સંમતિપત્રક રજુ કરવાનો રહેશે
  • ઓનલાઈન શિક્ષણ પ્રથા યથાવત રહેશે
Standard 9 to 11 schools in Gujarat will open from this date, a very important decision by the government

Another important decision was taken by the core committee chaired by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani. Classes 9 to 11 in state schools will start from Monday-July 26, 2021. Classes can be started with 50 per cent capacity - student attendance will be mandatory. Students coming to the school for direct education in the classroom will have to submit the consent form of their parents - the online teaching practice will remain the same. Physical education will be resumed from Monday 26th July 2021 in the schools of class 9 to 11 in the state schools. A decision to this effect has been taken at a meeting of the core committee chaired by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani.

In this meeting of the core committee, in view of the state of transition of corona in the state and the declining number of covid cases, a detailed review and deliberation was held on resumption of daily activities in schools etc. as per routine. Accordingly, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has decided to start classes 9 to 11 in schools across the state from July 26, 2021. These classes can be resumed with 50 per cent capacity. Not only this, the attendance of students is also required. Students coming to study in school classes will also have to bring their parent's consent form. Along with this, the Chief Minister has also decided in the core committee that the online education system will also be maintained.

The Department of Education will also have to ensure compliance with the Corona Transition Control Guidelines-SOP when the standard 9 to 11 classes start in schools from July 26, 2021. The state government has earlier started higher secondary standard 12 classes as well as diploma-degree college classes with 50 per cent capacity from July 9. Now, school classes for Std. 9th to 11th will also start physically from next 26th July. In this meeting of the core committee, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, Energy Minister Saurabh Patel, Home Minister Pradipsinh Jadeja as well as Chief Secretary Kailashnathan, Additional Chief Secretary to the Chief Minister Pankaj Kumar, Chief Minister. Additional Chief Secretary for Health Manoj Agarwal and other secretaries were present.

At present, Korona has come under control in Gujarat, following which education has also started returning to normal. After starting offline schools and colleges of Std. 12, now the Gujarat government has started considering to start offline education for Std. 9 to 11, in which different meetings are going on in the education department, after which the decision to start schools from next Monday was taken by the government. Is likely to come.


The state cabinet meeting was not held in the state on Wednesday following the public holiday of Bakri Eid, so a cabinet meeting will be held at 12 noon today to discuss the five-year celebrations of the Rupani government as well as start offline 9-11 schools next week.


The Chief Minister said in a statement after a function in Junagadh that he had also hinted at starting offline primary education by discussing it in a cabinet meeting in the coming days.


It is to be mentioned that there are approximately 6 lakh students in standard 9 and 8 lakh students in standard 11.


Activities to start schools for students who want to take offline education

In Gujarat, schools have been closed for a long time due to corona. After Corona's case was reduced, academic work for standard-12 and college students was started from July 15. For this, online education has been continued for the students who want to get online education, while the activity of turning offline has been carried out for the students who want to get offline education in secondary schools i.e. Std. 9th to 11th.

Representation of school-administrators to the Minister of Education

The Gujarat government has made it mandatory for Std-12 and college students to get parental consent while coming to school as per the Covid guidelines, similarly the importance of offline education for Std-9 to 11 students can be announced. The school administrators also submitted an application to the district collectors regarding the commencement of these schools, in which students from standard 9 to 12 should be allowed to come to the schools. The school administrators also made representations to the Education Minister in this regard.

Offline education began in January and Feb.

Earlier, 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 education department of the state government announced the resumption of classroom education for first year students in colleges from February 8.


Corona closed schools in March

Following the second wave of corona in Gujarat last March, the state government had initially decided to close down direct education in all primary, secondary and higher secondary schools in 8 Municipal Corporations i.e. Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Rajkot, Surat, Bhavnagar, Jamnagar, Junagadh and Gandhinagar from March 19, 2021.


Mass promotion was given to students of Std. 1 to 12

The Gujarat government had announced mass promotions for Std. 1 to 9 and Std. 11 students as the Koro epidemic was raging in the state. 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.

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Schools 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 should be used compulsorily.

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 scheduled days of the week and do homework assignments on the remaining days.

It is also instructed 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.

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