Parents oppose Gujarat government’s decision to start school, find out what they said

Parents oppose Gujarat government’s: The government has announced an important decision to start Std. 10 and 12 classes from January 11 in Gujarat. The decision to start the school has been opposed by members of the Federation of Parents Association.

Parents’ Association opposes decision to start school
Opposing the decision to start standard 10 and 12 classes
Protests by members of the Federation of Parents Association
The state government has decided to start standard 10 and 12 classes. However, the government’s decision has been opposed by members of the Federation of Parents Association.

Members of the Federation Association had reached Kamalam to protest. The school was asked not to reopen until the vaccine was successfully tested, according to members of the association. BJP reached Kamalam to make a presentation to the state president in this regard.

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Congratulations to the Higher Secondary Education Association

Gujarat Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama today announced the opening of schools for Std. 10 and 12. The announcement of the Education Minister has been applauded by the Higher Secondary Education Association. The education union said the decision would relieve students of tension as well as enable them to prepare for board exams.


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Congress’s response to the issue of starting a school in the state

The decision to open a school for Std. 10 and 12 in Gujarat has drawn a backlash from the Congress. Congress has stated that the health of children should be taken care of along with education. The government has not yet clarified whether the transition has stalled. Crowds will arrive at the school after 10 months. The government should be concerned about the health of children.