How does the Gujarat government want to keep the second academic session after Diwali vacation?
A 21-day Diwali vacation has started across the state on the occasion of Diwali. For the first time, schools were run in Corona without students and online education was provided online. The school classrooms and school grounds were empty without students.
Jockey has been given a two-week early Diwali vacation in Gujarat this year. This time it is Diwali vacation from October 29 to November 18. The main reason behind doing so is said to be that the government wants to prolong the academic session after Diwali.
The second session will be longer than 150-155 days so that the time wasted in the next session can be compensated. Government of Gujarat Standard after Diwali vacation. Students from 9-12 may be called. The board exam is usually held in March. It is expected to take place in May next year.
That's what the sources have to say. According to the source, the annual examination of other standards, which was held in April, may be held in June 2021. Notably, schools and colleges have been closed for the last seven months, students' online classes are taken and exams are also conducted online.
For the first time in 50 years, the Diwali vacation has started two weeks before the festival. This suggests that schools may open after Diwali, the academic year of schools affiliated to the Gujarat Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education is usually divided into two semesters. The first semester begins in June. And is 105 days. The session ends with a 21-day Diwali vacation. Usually 21 days vacation starts two to three days before Diwali. And ends around Devadivali.
According to sources, the government has announced the dates of Diwali vacation. Estimates can be made from it. That he plans to keep the second session as long as 40 days. Online classes will run smoothly in urban areas but other problems including connectivity in rural areas are plaguing students. So Scullo can open after Diwali vacation.
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