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Schools in Vadodara welcome the government decision to stop offline education

Show their readiness to conduct exams whenever the education department issues the notification In a important decision government decides to stop offline education in Gujarat till 10th of April after the recent surge in Corona cases. The schools welcome the decision and also show their readiness to conduct exams whenever the education department issues the […]

Schools in Vadodara welcome the government decision to stop offline education
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Show their readiness to conduct exams whenever the education department issues the notification

In a important decision government decides to stop offline education in Gujarat till 10th of April after the recent surge in Corona cases. The schools welcome the decision and also show their readiness to conduct exams whenever the education department issues the notification.

In Vadodara also the schools welcome the decision and said students safety is the main priority. District Education Officer U.N. Rathod said students safety is always the main priority for them and it is there duty to strictly implement the government decision. When the schools started the main focus is on students safety and the management strictly follow the guidelines like wearing masks and social distancing. Now as government decides they will implement it strictly.

R.C Patel President of Baroda city school management association said, government decision is good as it focus on everyone’s safety. The offline education starts following the Covid guidelines but somehow cases are coming up in some schools. However as cases surge in Gujarat the decision to stop the offline education is good and we propose for online studies and even exams till the Corona ends. Schools can also give mass promotion which they done in the past.

Paresh Shah principal (Gujarati medium) of Jai Ambe School said, the cases in schools increase after teachers are assigned the election duties and somehow they carry the infection unknowingly and then it spreads to the students. Later Shivji ki Sawari and the programmes before that increase the cases. They welcome the decision of the government and are ready to conduct the exams whenever the education department take decision on the matter.

Beena Prashant, Principal, CBSE,
Academic Director, Gujarat Public School, Atladara said, Adhering to the recent declaration by the Education Minister, we at Gujarat Public School, BRG Group also put a pause to all our offline educational activities (exams and classes) and will be further guiding our children, online only, till further notification.

Offline educational activities were going on so effectively by equipping our students academically and emotionally so strong.
But with this sudden shift away from offline activities, l hope our children will not loose the spirit and momentum of learning and will continue preparing for the forthcoming Practicals and Board Exams/Annual Exams.

With this decision, l hope our students , teachers and citizens are at less risk of getting effected with this deadly virus.

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