Announcement By Bhupendr chudasama about opening schools in gujarat

Announcement By Bhupendr chudasama about opening schools in gujarat

Announcement By Bhupendr chudasama about opening schools in gujarat


Schools and colleges in the state will remain closed till August 15. Schools will not be forced to pay fees till September.

Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama has announced to close schools and colleges in Gujarat till August 15. Following the official announcement by the state government, educational institutions will no longer be open till the Independence Day. Also important was the announcement that schools would not be forced to pay fees until September.



It will work even if the monthly fee is paid

Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama had announced that no school could increase fees this year. It will also work if you pay a monthly fee instead of a quarterly fee. Monthly fees can be paid instead of tuition fees and school fees.

The government will focus on private schools in terms of fees
Schools will not be able to force students to pay fees until September. In this case, the state education department will pay special attention to private schools.

The Rupani government has taken a number of important decisions to relieve parents in the Koro epidemic. Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama told a press conference that schools could not force parents to pay fees. The government has instructed schools to give three months relief. School administrators will not be able to force them to pay quarterly fees. Monthly fees may be paid instead of quarterly.

Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that no increase will be made in the current year's fee. State schools will remain closed until August 15. School administrators will not be able to force them to pay quarterly fees. At the same time, Chudasama said that the state government has instructed the schools to give three months relief to the parents. At the same time, the state government has made it clear that no school can force parents to pay fees. Schools will not be forced to take textbooks and stationery from the school itself.

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He said schools could not force parents to take books from publications other than those from the State Board. The education department of the state government has directed all the DEOs of the state in this regard. It is also instructed to monitor compliance with these rules. If anyone complains, action will be taken by the education department.