Thursday, August 26, 2021

વિદ્યાર્થીઓને શાળાએ આવવા માટે વાલીનું સંમતિપત્રક ડાઉનલોડ | PDF

As per the SOP of the Government of India, all the states of the country are implementing to start school colleges which have

been closed due to corona. However, protecting the students is also the responsibility of the government, school and society. Therefore, any guardian of the state has appealed to Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasma not to create any misunderstanding on this issue. All the states are following the guideline framed by the Government of India for starting schools. Which will also be followed by the Gujarat government. 

While it has been decided to open schools in other states from last September and November. States including Haryana, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Mizoram, Bihar, Maharashtra, Jammu and Kashmir and Assam have agreed to start schools. While Maharashtra and Gujarat are going to start schools and colleges from November 23, he clarified that the decision to get the approval of the parents of the students was taken as per the SOP (guideline) of the Government of India. He expressed confidence that the state government would not make any compromise regarding the safety of the students studying in the school. Not only that, when the state government does not want to escape from its responsibility, the government expressed the view that the school and the society should be responsible for the safety of the students.

On the other hand, parents are opposed to starting primary schools. The parents have submitted that if the school starts for a month and a half, the parents will have to pay a fee. In addition, parents will have to pay for textbooks, notebooks, school uniforms and stationery. The parents are not ready to spend this for a month and a half.

શાળાએ આવવા માટે વાલીની સહમતિ 

ડાઉનલોડ સંમતિપત્રક PDF 


The government's decision to start classes 6 to 8 is getting poor response. Administrators reported that on the first day, less than 1 percent of parents came to the school for a letter of consent and an inquiry. Parents are getting poor response in starting primary classes. According to government guidelines, parental consent is mandatory for all students wishing to attend school, but so far only 5 to 10 percent of parents have agreed to send students to school.

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