Articles tagged under: Bhupendrasinh Chudasama

Gujarat govt announces Navratri and Diwali vacation dates for 2018

July 31, 2018
Gujarat govt announces Navratri and Diwali vacation dates for 2018

Gandhinagar: State Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama while addressing the media here said today that Navratri vacation in schools will be between 10 - 17 October including a Sunday on October 14, followed by Dussehra holiday on 18 October. Chudasama said exams are scheduled between 22-10 to 3-10, and in the case of 9 to 12th classes, between 19-10 to 30-10. Seven days allotted to Navratri vacation will be cut from Diwali vacation. Chudasama said Diwali vacation which was earlier ...Read More

Juhapura gets Rs 3 crore govt high school building

July 07, 2018
Juhapura gets Rs 3 crore govt high school building

Ahmedabad: State Education minister of Gujarat Bhupendrasinh Chudasama today inaugurated a Rs 3 crore state-of-the-art modern secondary and higher secondary government school building in Juhapura area of city. The school building has library, computer room, classrooms, staff room, principal office, laboratory facilities on the ground floor and first floor. The school building has 10,274. 41 square meter construction. It has been constructed in 18-month period. It will serve more than 3...Read More

Common calendar to be introduced in govt run universities across Gujarat

April 28, 2018
Common calendar to be introduced in govt run universities across Gujarat

Gandhinagar: A decision to introduce a common calendar in the universities across Gujarat was taken in a meeting of Vice Chancellors of government run universities, chaired by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani in Gandhinagar on Friday evening. According to Education minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, the decision will benefit the students applying for jobs, PHD, college transfer, internship, apprenticeship and other avenues as the common calendar will avail them equal opportunity. DeshGujarat ...Read More

Gujarati as a subject made compulsory in all Gujarat schools

March 27, 2018
Gujarati as a subject made compulsory in all Gujarat schools

Gandhinagar: Gujarat govt has made Gujarati language compulsory as a subject in class 1 to 8 in schools across all education boards and all language mediums in the State from upcoming academic session. Gujarati languages subject in standard 1st and 2nd will be introductory, said Education Minister Chudasama in the assembly. More details are awaited.Read More

Chudasama hit out at ‘fake and artificial’ guardians for trying to create misunderstanding on school fees issue

March 26, 2018
Chudasama hit out at ‘fake and artificial’ guardians for trying to create misunderstanding on school fees issue

Gandhinagar: Amid chaos over privates school fees, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama today hit out at the 'fake' guardians for trying to create misunderstanding on the issue. Chudasama today said in the assembly that several fake and artificial guardians were trying to create misunderstanding on the issue. He said that as the fee related matter under the Gujarat Self-Financed Schools (Regulation of Fees) Act, 2017 was being heard by the Supreme Court which ...Read More

Education minister Chudasama distributes roses to students on day one of class 10 and 12 GSEB exams

March 12, 2018
Education minister Chudasama distributes roses to students on day one of class 10 and 12 GSEB exams

Gandhinagar: Gujarat Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama today handed over roses to the students and wished them good luck on the first day of class 10 and 12 exam to be conducted by the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (commonly known as GSEB). Over 17 lakh students were appearing in the exams. In all 17 lakh 16 thousand 291 students would appear in both the board exams of whom 11 lakh 3 thousand 674 were for 10th board. T...Read More

No change in earlier fee structure, except that for higher secondary science stream

February 28, 2018
No change in earlier fee structure, except that for higher secondary science stream

Gandhinagar: The Gujarat government today announced the revised maximum fee limits under the Gujarat Self-financed Schools (Regulation of Fees) Act, 2017. The annual fee slabs prescribed in the section 9 of the act which earlier was Rs 15,000, Rs 25,000 and Rs 27,000 for primary, secondary and higher secondary schools, respectively has now been revised as Rs 15,000,(unchanged) Rs 25,000 (unchanged) while for the higher secondary science stream it has been increased to Rs 30,000 per ...Read More

Gujarat Assembly passes amendment bill to make a way for Gokul Global University

February 27, 2018
Gujarat Assembly passes amendment bill to make a way for Gokul Global University

Gandhinagar: The Gujarat Assembly today passed Year 2018 Gujarat Private University(Amendment) Act to make a way for setting up Gokul Global University in North Gujarat. Moving the bill, education minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said the Gokul Foundation college campus was inaugurated in July 2011 in presence of Congress leader Ahmed Patel and then union minister Vilasrao Deshmukh. In his speech, Dedhmukh had suggested to start university in the campus. The Gujarat government took decisio...Read More

Parents meet head of committee formed for fee limit fixations

February 09, 2018
Parents meet head of committee formed for fee limit fixations

Gandhinagar: The representatives parent associations of school going children of self financed schools in Gujarat today met the Chairman of the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) A J Shah, who has been appointed as the head of a seven-member committee formed by the state government to fix the new fee limit for self-financed schools and create different categories of fee structure in the wake of the recent Supreme Court order regarding the Gujarat Self-financ...Read More

Vidyarthi Seva Kendra opens at GSHSEB office in Gandhinagar

January 30, 2018
Vidyarthi Seva Kendra opens at GSHSEB office in Gandhinagar

Gandhinagar:Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board office in capital Gandhinagar has now got a Vidyarthi Seva Kendra(Students Service Centre). According to Education minister Cudasama who opened the centre, it will provide all kinds of services to parents and students at one place. Whether it is about studying abroad or admission in university of other state or correction in mark sheet, all services will be available at one stop. The minister said record of std 12th r...Read More

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