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    Sunday 30 August 2020

    All In One 979 Circular tharav: Gujarat Government circular Paripatr pdf

    All In One 979 Circular tharav: Gujarat Government circular Paripatr pdf 

    Education Department Important circular Paripatr Tharav

    Finance Department Important circular Paripatr Tharav

    Home Department Important circular Paripatr Tharav

    Sachivalay Department Important circular Paripatr Tharav

    Khatakiy tapas circular paripatr.

    Educational Department, Government of Gujarat by its GR dated 31-3-2010 (Annex-A)

    constituted a Committee to re draft the Gujarat ( Bombay )Primary Education Act, 1947 and Gujarat state.

    Compulsory Primary Education Act, 1961 in the context of, and in consonance with The Right of education

    Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (RTE Act) enacted by Government of India. The General Registerd also mandated the Committe to draft rules and suggested procedure to give effects to provisions of
    admission of disadvantaged childrens and recognition foe unaided schools in the Right To Education Act.

    The Committe co-opted a few members and held several meetings. It constituted three sub. groups to work on it.

    (i) admission of disadvantaged children to unaided schools

    (ii) recognition of unaided schools

    (iii) Gujarat (Bombay ) Primary Education Rules 1949

    The Committee held meetings with teachers, school managements and association

    representatives in Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot and greatly benefited from their views.

    The Committe submitted draft of Gujarat State Elementary Education Act to State Government in it

    2010 August. As requested by the Educational Department, the Committee submitted draft rules on the admission of disadvantaged children and recognition of unaided schools in  2010 July. Draft of revised.

    Gujarat Elementary Education Rules was submitted in 2011 January.

    The Committe examined many complex and controversional issues associated with RTE Act. The thinking of the Committe on some of these issues is summarized in the following paragraphs as this.

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