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Wednesday, 19 August 2020

Shala Swachchhata Gunank (SSG) Application, Covid 19 Awareness and Wash Training Related Circular

Shala Swachchhata Gunank (SSG) Application, Covid 19 Awareness and Wash Training Related Circular









The transition to corona in the country is increasing rapidly. According to the latest figures from the Ministry of Health, 2.80 lakh cases of corona have been reported in the country and 8102 people have died. Corona's pace has picked up since the country's lockdown 3.0. In the midst of all this a news has quickly gone viral on social media. It claims that a complete lockdown will once again be imposed across the country from June 15 in view of the increasing transmission of the corona virus.

The viral news also claimed that the Home Ministry had given a signal to implement the lockdown. Apart from trains, air travel will also be banned.

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The Press Information Bureau did a Fact Check on this viral news. The PIB called the viral message completely false and misleading. The PIB tweeted from Fact Check that ‘a photo circulating on social media claimed that a complete lockdown could be re-imposed in the country from June 15 with a ban on travel by train and plane by the Home Ministry. #PIBFactcheck- This is #Fake. Beware of fake news. '

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Friday, 14 August 2020

Class 6 to 8 Primary Teacher Online Training Circular

Class 6 to 8 Primary Teacher Online Training Circular
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Saturday, 8 August 2020

VIDHYASAHAYK SALANG SEVA BATHATI BABATE GADHINGAR JILLO

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Solar Eclipse 2020: A solar eclipse is an astronomical event. This astronomical phenomenon of solar eclipse is seen all over the world. But here it is necessary that this phenomenon of solar eclipse will be seen in all the countries of the world. The solar eclipse will also be seen in many countries of the world on June 21, 2020.
The time of solar eclipse in India will start from 9-15 in the morning and end at 3-04 minutes. The first solar eclipse in India will be seen in Dwarka, Gujarat. The eclipse will take place in Kohima, the capital of Nagaland.

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Eclipse of the solar eclipse: The eclipse of the solar eclipse, which will take place on June 21, 2020, will start on Saturday night at about nine and a half hours and will end on Sunday, June 21 with the completion of the eclipse. The doors of the temples will be closed from 9.30 pm on Saturday night due to Sutakala. No good deed can be done in Sutak.
Eclipses will be seen in these countries of the world
This solar eclipse on June 21, 2020 will be seen only in some countries of the world. These countries include India, Nepal, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Ethiopia and Congo.
This is how a solar eclipse will be seen here in India
This solar eclipse will look similar to the ocean country. This eclipse can be seen in some parts of the country like Sirka in Haryana, Kurukshetra, Surajgarh in Rajasthan, Dehradun in Uttarakhand and Chamoli in full or in a bungalow or hemispherical shape. But in other parts of the country this partial or fragmentary grass will be seen. For example, in Delhi, the capital of the country, the eclipse will see 95 per cent of the sun cut off. The eclipse will be 78 per cent in UP's Prayagraj.

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SALANG SEVA BABAT IMP CIRCULAR PATAN (chanasma block) SEE USEFUL TO ALL TEACHERS GUJARAT.

 SALANG SEVA BABAT IMP CIRCULAR PATAN (chanasma block) SEE USEFUL TO ALL TEACHERS GUJARAT.


The central government has framed a plan to reopen schools and educational institutions in a phase-wise manner between September 1 and November 14, the rules for which are likely to be notified along with the final unlock guidelines at the end of this month.

As per the guidelines, for the first 15 days, students of class 10 to 12 would be asked to attend school. 


If Class 10 has four sections, half the students of sections A and C would be required to come on particular days, and the others on the remaining days, the Economic Times reported.

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The number of school hours, the report states, would be restricted to 5-6 hours, out of which 2-3 hours would require physical attendance. The report states that all schools are likely to run in shifts, from 8 to 11 am and 12 to 3 pm, with one hour break in between for sanitisation. 

According to the guidelines, the schools would be asked to run with 33 percent teaching staff and students.

According to the ET report, the modalities of this plan have been discussed by the group of secretaries attached to the Group of Ministers tasked with COVID-19 management in the country.

Sources told the newspaper that while the guidelines for this will be released with other unlock guidelines on August 31, the decision on reopening will be left to states.

"The state, where caseloads have been low, have also expressed their keenness to bring back students of senior classes," a senior official told the newspaper.

While a survey conducted by the department of school education in July had indicated that parents are not very keen on sending their children back to schools, state governments have argued that students of the economically weaker section are suffering due to the shutdown.

The government is reportedly at this stage not in favour of calling pre-primary and primary school students to school. After the introduction of physical attendance for Class 10-12, classes 6-9 can be started for restricted hours.


Swaminathan warned that there are multiple risks involved in keeping children out of school such as abuse, child marriage, violence at home.

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