The fifth lockdown has started today with the new name Unlock-1 after the lockdown was implemented across the country following the Corona virus.
According to the new guideline announced by the central government on Saturday, the state government may decide to open schools and colleges according to its state status.
So today an important statement was made by the Deputy Chief Minister of the state Nitin Patel.
Statement of Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel on the issue of starting schools in the state
Expert opinion will be sought on starting schools
Vacations in schools will remain the same
It is to be mentioned that shop-offices have started in Gujarat from today. However, no decision has been taken by the government to start a school-college yet. Clarified the issue.
The decision regarding school-college will be taken after next July
State Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said the current vacation would remain the same. The decision to open the school college will be taken after discussions with experts and school administrators on the issue after next July.
The cost of sanitizers and masks may be charged from the guardians
According to school administrators, a child may have to spend Rs 300 to Rs 500 per month. So schools have now started buying sanitized tunnels, building sanitized machines, thermal guns, masks.
At that time, some administrators are also discussing that if we have to follow all the rules as per the guideline of the government, we will have to recover this extra cost from the parents. However, it is not clear how much can be charged.
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