Government’s Big Decision in Rajasthan: 30% Cut in Courses from 9th to 12th

The Education Department has issued a new guideline regarding the schools going to open from September 1 in Rajasthan. Under which it has been decided to cut the course up to 30% in all the schools of the state
Government’s Big Decision in Rajasthan: 30% Cut in Courses from 9th to 12th
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The Education Department has issued a new guideline regarding the schools going to open from September 1 in Rajasthan. Under which it has been decided to cut the course up to 30% in all the schools of the state. Along with this, test tests will also be given every month by the education department for the evaluation of the students. So that students can be evaluated in the future in case of a lockdown.

Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara said that the education system had become derailed due to corona infection for a long time. In such a situation, keeping in mind that there is no pressure on the students and teachers, the department has decided to cut 30% of the course. The orders for which will be issued soon. Under this, now only 70% of the courses will be taught in schools. So that the course from ninth to twelfth can be completed on time.

Now students will be evaluated every month

Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara said that there is a possibility of a third wave of the corona. In such a situation, it has now been decided by the Education Department to take the test of the students every month. So that in the future even if we are not able to get the exam done, we can still evaluate the children. For this, the format of the test has been prepared every month by the Education Department. Which will be materialized from next month.

Public representatives will do surprise inspections of schools

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Education Minister Govind Singh said that the health of young children in Rajasthan is our first priority. In such a situation, whether the guidelines issued by the government are being followed in every school or not. To ensure this, along with the public representatives, the top officials will also conduct surprise inspections of the schools. During this, if any shortage is found anywhere. So strict action will be taken against that school.

Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara said that along with this, the guidelines of the central government for primary schools are being awaited. Also, preparations will be made to open primary schools in Rajasthan only after the guidelines of the Center. But before that, there will be a discussion at the state's medical department and at the chief minister's level as well.

These rules have to be followed

  • Children will need to provide an open space for lunch. The children will not have lunch together and will also bring water bottles from home. If it is not brought, clean water from the school will need to be provided.
  • Students and teachers are required to use face masks.
  • There will be no prayer meeting.
  • Sports activities will also be banned.
  • Students will not have to exchange pens, copies, pencils.
  • Do not share lunch boxes with anyone.
  • Maintain physical distance from other students.
  • You will sit on the seat allotted to you.
  • Do not roam around the school premises unnecessarily.
  • Keep your water bottle, sanitizer with you.
  • Do not come to school if you have a cold, cough, fever.
  • The duty of the teacher will be on the entry and exit of the school, who will allow only the student wearing the mask to come and go.
  • The seat will be allotted to the student in the bus and the students will sit there.
  • Online study material will be made available to the students who will not be able to come to school.

Rules have been made, approval has been sought from the government

Saurabh Swamy, Director of Secondary Education, Rajasthan said that the Education Department has issued SOP. Strict action will be taken for violating this. To avoid corona, both school teachers and parents should cooperate.

Schools from 9th to 12th in the state

Government Schools: 14914 Total Students – 26 Lakhs

Private Schools: 16180 Total Students- 25 Lakhs

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