नवंबर से चरणबद्ध तरीके से खुल सकतें हैं राजस्थान में स्कूल

  • 10वीं और 12वीं क्लासेज़ को 2 नवंबर से खोला जा सकता है।
  • 6 से 11 को 1 दिसंबर से।
  • 1 से 5 को 1 जनवरी से।

राज्य में 10वीं और 12वीं की क्लासेज़ को 2 नवंबर से शुरू किया जा सकता है। इसके लिए मुख्यमंत्री स्तर पर चर्चा जारी है जिसका निर्णय सीएम स्तर पर लिया जाएगा। स्कूलों को 3 चरणों में खोला जा सकता हैं।

पहले चरण में 10वीं और 12वीं क्लासेज़ को 2 नवंबर से खोला जा सकता है। वहीं दूसरे चरण में 6 से 11 को 1 दिसंबर से खोला जा सकता हैं और 1 से 5 को 1 जनवरी से खोला जा सकता है।

देश में स्कूलों को फिर से खोलने के लिए MHA के निर्णय के बाद, राजस्थान सरकार ने राज्य में स्कूलों को फिर से खोलने के लिए एक स्टैण्डर्ड ऑपरेटिंग प्रोसीजर (SOP) तैयार की है। शुक्रवार को आयोजित एक उच्च स्तरीय बैठक में शिक्षा मंत्री गोविंद सिंह डोटासरा राज्य में स्कूल खोलने के लिए शिक्षा विभाग द्वारा तैयार एसओपी के बारे में जानकारी दी।

गृह मंत्रालय ने हाल ही में अनलॉक 5 के लिए दिशानिर्देश दिए जिसमे देश में स्कूलों को फिर से खोलने के SOP के बारे में भी जानकारी दी। केंद्र द्वारा जारी गाइडलाइन के अनुसार राज्य सरकारों को इन SOP के बाद अपने क्षेत्र में स्कूलों को फिर से खोलने की स्वतंत्रता है।

स्टूडेंट्स और टीचर्स की सहूलियत के अनुसार कक्षाएं ऑनलाइन मोड, ऑफ़लाइन मोड, या कंबाइंड मोड में आयोजित की जा सकती हैं। इस दौरान स्कूल में उपस्थिति अनिवार्य नहीं होगी। स्कूल आने वाले स्टूडेंट्स को पेरेंट्स से परमिशन लेटर लेना होगा।


CBSE announces Class 10, 12 Board Exam Dates

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Friday said it will conduct the remaining exams of class 10 and 12 between July 1 and 15. However, the minister also clarified that no examination will be held for class X students nationwide, except for students from North-East Delhi.

The board suspended the exams midway following the COVID-19 outbreak in India and the subsequent nationwide lockdown.

Union HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal in a video message announced the development and said this will give plenty of time to students to prepare for the board exams.

CBSE will issue a detailed bulletin separately on the exact dates.

The COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent nationwide lockdown have disrupted the academic calendar. The concerned authorities are now gradually announcing dates for the pending examinations.



In the same line, Rajasthan Cheif Minister, Ashok Gehlot informed through his twitter handle that the remaining exams of RBSE for Class X and XII stand postponed for the time being.

The minister also said that there has still not been any decision on Board Exams in the state yet. These exams were cancelled on March 20 before the lockdown. Higher and technical education exam will also be conducted after conditions become normal.

The English medium schools in the state are guided to hold the online admission process. The same is being considered for Hindi medium schools too.

There has not been any confirmation regarding the pending board exams yet in the state. Both classes 10th and 12th students are eagerly waiting for it. The students must keep a check on the official notice of the Government regarding Board Exam dates.

Further, the CM also tweeted that if a parent is unable to deposit fees due to financial condition prevailing due to the lockdown, then private schools should not cut the name of such student. If a school does so, the state government can revoke its recognition.

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Friday held a video conference with the board official and discussed every aspect of conducting the remaining board exam. He took the view of technical, higher education, secondary education and RBSE officials.

There are about 20 lakh students registered this year for RBSE board exam.

The COVID-19 and nationwide lock-down has disrupted the academic calendar and slowly the concerned authorities are announcing dates for marque examinations.


Rajasthan Schools CANNOT Charge Advance Fees for Apr-Jun Quarter

The private schools in Rajasthan will not charge any dues or advance fee for three months including April to June from the students during the lockdown. Rajasthan CM, Ashok Gehlot also instructed the schools to promote the students of all classes, except X and XII.

In a video conference meeting held on Thursday, Rajasthan CM said that on account of non-payment of fee, the schools cannot strike off the name of any student from the school rolls.

The CM said that the students will be promoted to the next grade on the basis of the assessments and periodic tests conducted so far. The schools and colleges will have to make arrangements for online classes and e-learning to ensure continuity of studies.

The video conferencing meeting was held to review the situation in educational institutions during the lockdown. It was also decided during the meeting that the colleges and technical institutes can announce summer vacations from April 15 2020. However, there would no vacations in schools.

Bhanwar Singh Bhati, the Higher Education Minister informed that the ministry has formed a five-member committee to decide the schedule for the exam of the universities.

A YouTube Channel has been introduced to provide e-content to the college students while the mid-semester exam in technical universities have been conducted online.