School-colleges likely to reopen after Diwali in Gujarat
School-colleges likely to reopen after Diwali in Gujarat

AHMEDABAD: The impact of corona in Gujarat seems to be gradually decreasing.It is also being said that universities, colleges and high schools are going to be opened after Deepawali. Yes, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani himself has given hints about this. He gave this indication in the cabinet meeting. In fact, after the Corona epidemic, all the schools, colleges and universities in Gujarat were closed and after that, the education of schools is being conducted online for about 4 months. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani held a cabinet meeting in Gandhinagar.

During this, he said that preparations should be made to open universities, colleges and high schools. In fact, in the by-elections held in 8 seats in the past, voters voted with social distancing. Nearly 19 lakh voters were registered in these 8 seats, of which more than 58 percent voted. After the by-election, the corona infection and the number of infected people after Diwali will be assessed and then the decision to open a school college will be taken.

There are reports that children from class 9 to 12 can be called with 50 percent number in different innings. All other decisions will be taken only after Deepawali. At this time, the third phase of Corona has started in Delhi and because of this, the Gujarat government has become fully conscious about it. Now if the third phase of Corona is seen in Gujarat, then the decision to open this university, college and high school can be changed.

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