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An important meeting was held at the Chief Minister's residence yesterday.  Chief Minister Vijay Rupani had a meeting with the education department.  Education Minister 


Bhupendrasinh Chudasama was also present at the 
Gandhinagar: A cabinet meeting is to be held today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Vijay Rupani.  The meeting may discuss the third wave of Corona, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Gujarat on the occasion of Teacher's Day on September 5, as well as the issue of starting Std. 6-8 schools.  An important meeting was held at the Chief Minister's residence yesterday.  Chief Minister Vijay Rupani had a meeting 


Gandhinagar: A cabinet meeting is to be held today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Vijay Rupani.  The meeting may discuss the third wave of Corona, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Gujarat on the occasion of Teacher's Day on September 5, as well as the issue of starting Std. 6-8 schools.  An important meeting was held at the Chief Minister's residence yesterday.  Chief Minister Vijay Rupani had a meeting with the education department.  Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama was also present at the meeting.  Important questions of the education department were discussed.  On September 5, PM Modi's possible Gujarat tour was discussed.  The issue of starting Std. 6 to 8 classes is also likely to be discussed in the coming days.

 Earlier, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama had issued a statement on the issue of starting primary schools.  Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama spoke to reporters on the issue of starting schools.  He said a decision on the matter would be taken after August 15.  The Education Minister had issued a statement on the issue of opening schools in phases.  He said that a decision will be taken after August 15 to start classes in the following schools.  More assistance has been provided by the state government than other states.

The cabinet meeting to be chaired by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today will also discuss the status of corona in the state, with regard to vaccination.  There will be a review of drinking water supply and irrigation water in the rain-fed areas. 


 The program of the education department to be held in the presence of the Prime Minister next September will also be discussed.  The state will discuss launching offline education in the coming days.
Today, Cabinet meeting was meeting the president of Chief Minister Vijay Rupani. At this meeting, the third lher of Corona, the September 5, was discussed on the issue of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Gujarat, and the standard 6 to 8 schools. Yesterday, the Chief Minister's residence was found important meeting. Chief Minister's Victory got a meeting with the Rupani Education Department. In this meeting, education Minister Bhuppra Singh Chundas was also present. The important questions of the Education Department were discussed. On September 5, PM Modi was discussed with the potential Gujarat tour. Earlier, education Minister Bhuppra Singh Ingasma gave a statement on the issue of starting primary schools. Education Minister Bhupendrs Singh, talked to journalists on the issue of starting schools. He said that after 15th August will be decided in this matter. The education minister gave a statement to the issue of opening phased schools. He said that after 15th August, the following standards of schools will be decided to start the class of standards. More than other states have been assisted by the state government.KHEDUTO NA KHATAMA 36 HAJAR RUPIYA BABAT MAHTVAPURN SAMACHAR PAR EK NAJAR



Today, the Rupani government may take a big decision to open standard 6 to 8 schools

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