Registrar of GMU Sharad Daran on July 14 issued a strongly-worded “unusual advisory” to Patel. It states that Patel as outgoing director of GNLU must “refrain from taking any decision pertaining to Gujarat Maritime University” without consulting its President/Provost.
While the admission drive is under process which will continue till August 31, on an average, there are nearly 6.5 lakh students in Class I in nearly 33,000 government primary schools across the state.
Even though this election was clearly in favour of the BJP and an extra vote or two would make no difference to the winner, the two OBC leaders wanted to send out a feeler to the BJP and to the community.
Nitin Patel, who also handles finance portfolio, is likely to ease out the existing Vidyalakshmi bond scheme that had been questioned for its efficacy. The new scheme covers aspects of correcting sex ratio and child marriage, apart from girls' education.
After much deliberation, the state board has accepted the recommendation of its executive committee, which has been approved by the state government. It was a demand from students and parents alike to allow non-science students to opt for the subject.
The Navratri vacation has remained a contentious issue. In 1995, the Keshubhai Patel-led BJP government was the first to announce a Navratri vacation, but it had to withdraw it in two years for the very reasons it is being cancelled this year.
Gujarat Education Minister Bhupendr-asinh Chudasama will launch the system on Thursday in all 109 government colleges and another 47 technical and polytechnical institutes across the state at the inauguration of a two-day Student Start-up and Innovation Policy (SSIP) annual conference.
Out of the total 3,943 cases, 2,165 were detected from the CCTV footages after the examinations. Over 900 such cases were detected in Junagadh district alone. Notably, Junagadh has recorded the lowest pass result in the past three years.
Nearly 6.45 lakh students were brought under ‘Mission Vidya'. They are among 21 lakh students enrolled in over 32,000 government schools from Class VI to VIII who scored between 0 and 5 in the annual Gunotsav evaluation, which is scored on 10.