After July 15, Odd-Even will teach children in 35 CBSE schools, in Gujarat

Ahmedabad, 26 May 2020

In 2019, 21 thousand students in standard 10 and 14 thousand students in standard 12 appeared for the first examination today by the Central Board of Education. Core and Objective examination was held in Std. 10 and English subject in Std. Importantly, there were 7 Kendriya Vidyalayas and more than 29 self-supporting schools in Ahmedabad. There are 35 such schools in Gujarat in 2020. CBSE schools may reopen after the exam on July 15.

Kendriya Vidyalayas are collecting details from the state governments as to what method will be in place to open the schools. However, parents are not ready to start before school than Parliament. Motabag believes that, first start the parliament then the school. Do not experiment with corona virus on school children.

CBSE schools may reopen after the Central Board of Secondary Education examination, which ends on July 15. Which is gathering information about the possibilities of starting a school in that area. Schools will be started in the districts in the green zone. Permission must also be sought from the district administration.

Upon obtaining permission, students will be allowed to follow the odd-even pattern. Which will be determined by the student’s roll number. This will allow the student to come to school three days a week. For the remaining three days, students will have to stay in line and join the line class.

Students will have to complete the course quickly after the school opens. School will continue all day on Saturday. Must have a speed of up to 12 to complete the course. The educational occasion will be reduced. Mass restrictions can prevent school students from being infected with the corona virus for several days.

The school canteen must be closed. The children have to bring lunch from home. At the same time, there is talk of putting a child on the bus seat. Parents will be requested to take their children to and from school. Group games on campus may be banned for a few days.