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Gujarat: Gyan Shala to discontinue high school classes on govt orders

The state government is planning to close down the NGO’s primary classes (from Class I to VIII) as well though the NGO hopes for a way out.

Gujarat: To improve learning level, govt launches Mission Vidya

Out of a total 21,68,214 students from Class VI to VIII who underwent an evaluation under Gunotsav VIII in April this year, as many as 3,03,549 students of government schools failed to do simple mathematics.

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Hardlook: Fee-asco in Gujarat schools

Enacting the law for regulating fees of private schools in Gujarat may have been right on intention, but implementing it has only opened a Pandora’s box. The Indian Express reports.

Gujarat: On last day of admissions, trail of woes for parents; schools ‘overcharge’, discrepancies in online forms

Gujarat government extended the deadline for admissions under the Right to Education (RTE) Act that mandates 25 per cent reservation for children from economically and socially weaker (EWS) sections in private unaided schools to May 30.

State of education in Gujarat: Engineering loses steam

The Indian Express takes stock of the state of education in Gujarat in a two-part series. In the first part, Ritu Sharma reports the fading sheen of engineering courses, which were sought-after career choice among students just a decade ago.

Improving quality of institutes our main thrust: Anju Sharma, Principal Secretary (Higher & Technical) Education of Gujarat

Anju Sharma in an interview with The Indian Express, shares the reforms that the state education department has adopted for better performance of the state’s higher and technical educational institutes

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AAP attacks Anandiben govt over ‘deteriorating’ quality of education’

The root of the Patidar agitation could be traced to youngsters being disheartened with the poor state of education in Gujarat, said AAP.

Gujarat short of over 13,000 teachers, requires 2,413 maths, science teachers

As per the data tabled by the government in the Gujarat Assembly recently, a total of 1,67,461 primary school teachers are working against the total sanctioned strength of 1,80,601 teachers across the state

AMC’s Marathi, Urdu schools face closure

In the academic session to start from June 9, out of a total four Marathi municipal schools, two are being closed down and converted into Gujarati medium.

Gujarat plans chapter on Modi in primary textbooks from next year

A team of subject experts and persons closely associated with Modi is reported to have been set up to decide the content.

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