Articles tagged under: Bhupendrasinh Chudasama

Circular mandating 8-hour duty for primary school teachers withdrawn

September 08, 2021
Circular mandating 8-hour duty for primary school teachers withdrawn

Gandhinagar: Government of Gujarat today announced its decision to withdraw the recent circular that mandated 8 hours of duty for the teachers in the government primary schools. The circular was issued by the state education department. It had attracted protest from the teachers. The government had issued this circular as per the provisions under RTE Act. State Education minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama had defended this circular and told media persons that like other employees of the State ...Read More

Offline teaching to resume in class 6 to 8 of Gujarat schools from 2nd September

August 25, 2021
Offline teaching to resume in class 6 to 8 of Gujarat schools from 2nd September

Gandhinagar: Offline teaching in class 6 to 8 of schools across Gujarat will resume from 2nd September, said Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama today while addressing the media persons after State Cabinet meeting. Online teaching will continue parallelly and Standard Operating Protocols (SOPs) will need to be followed, he added. He also said that the classes will need to be resumed with only 50 per cent capacity and attendance will not be compulsory. Masks wearing will be mandatory for s...Read More

37 per cent teachers join voluntary survey test by govt to check their preparedness

August 24, 2021
37 per cent teachers join voluntary survey test by govt to check their preparedness

Gandhinagar: 37 per cent of total 1,51,000 teachers appeared in voluntary survey exam today which was conducted to check their preparedness. In total 57,000 teachers were present in survey exam. State Education minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama hailing this support from teachers stated that none other state in India has done a survey in such a big sample size. He said this is the first and largest survey of its kind in the country. He said the teachers joined in large number inspite of boycott c...Read More

Chudasama rejects doubts on Survey of Teachers

August 23, 2021
Chudasama rejects doubts on Survey of Teachers

Gandhinagar: Rejecting the doubts of the organisations representing the teachers, Gujarat Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama today said that the survey organised on August 24 covering teachers is only a survey and not test or exam. He said the decision had been already taken in a meeting with the organisations that the survey is not compulsory. He said there's a rift between two different organisations of teachers in the State which is not good for the State of education, but he ...Read More

Resumption of offline teaching in class 6-8 to be discussed after August 15: Chudasama

August 11, 2021
Resumption of offline teaching in class 6-8 to be discussed after August 15: Chudasama

Gandhinagar: The Government of Gujarat today said the discussion on resumption of offline teaching in the schools in class 6 to 8 will take place post 15th August. The government has earlier reopened offline teaching in class 9 to 12, with continuation of online teaching. Offline presence in schools is not compulsory. The students who join offline classes at schools require to bring consent of parents in writing. Standard Operating Protocols (SOPs) are also applicable. DeshGujaratRead More

Decision on reopening of class 6 to 8 after August 9: Chudasama

August 03, 2021
Decision on reopening of class 6 to 8 after August 9: Chudasama

Gandhinagar: The decision about resuming the offline classroom teaching for the students of standard 6th to 8th in the state will be taken after 9th August. Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama today in reply to media query informed that the decision of phase-wise restarting the classroom teaching for standard 6th to 8th will be taken in the meeting of the core committee after completion of Gyan Shakti day. The classroom teaching for standard 9th to 12th has already started in the ...Read More

Class – 12 exams will be definitely conducted, two alternatives presented by Centre: Chudasama

May 23, 2021
Class – 12 exams will be definitely conducted, two alternatives presented by Centre: Chudasama

Gandhinagar: Education minister of Gujarat, Bhupendrasinh Chudasama today reiterated that the State government is definitely going to conduct the board exams of class 12. He said the the time and method of exam will be decided after discussion with Chief Minister. Chudasama said the Central government had today held a meeting in presence of four union ministers, Shri Rajnathi Singh, Ramesh Pokhrial, Prakash Javdekar and Smriti Irani. The central government had in its presented shared two o...Read More

Reopening of schools, colleges, universities in limited manner from November 23 in Gujarat

November 11, 2020
Reopening of schools, colleges, universities in limited manner from November 23 in Gujarat

Gandhinagar: The Government of Gujarat today announced its decision to reopen schools, colleges and universities across the State in limited manner from November 23. Sharing the details of this decision taken in a meeting chaired by Chief Minister, Education minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said, 'after detailed deliberations with stake holders through range of meetings, the government has taken a final decision that secondary schools, higher secondary schools, colleges and universities will ...Read More

38,000 students to appear in JEE exams in Gujarat tomorrow: Chudasama

August 31, 2020
38,000 students to appear in JEE exams in Gujarat tomorrow: Chudasama

Gandhinagar: 38,167 students will appear in JEE (Joint Entrance Exams) - Main, across 32 buildings in 13 districts of Gujarat from tomorrow for admissions in Engineering and Pharmacy, said Education minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama today. The exam will be conducted by National Testing Agency, he added. He said, a meeting in this regard was held today via video with 13 district collectors. Central government official Virendra Rawat also participated in this meeting. He also expressed satisfac...Read More

Education minister on reopening of school/colleges in Gujarat, cut in curriculum and more

July 17, 2020
Education minister on reopening of school/colleges in Gujarat, cut in curriculum and more

Gandhinagar: Gujarat government has decided to rationalize the syllabus for students for the academic year 2020-21. Education minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said, 'the government has given the task to GCERT (Gujarat Council of Educational Research and Training) to obtain opinions of experts in this regard. He said Secondary Education Board has formed a committee to decide 20 per cent, 30 per cent, how much syllabus can be cut.' He said, 'I have given clear instruction that syllabus that ...Read More

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