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Wednesday, October 7, 2020

All information about Distance learning program and unit test

 All information about Distance learning program and unit test



Purpose

  • Use existing technology in the field of primary education. Try to provide quality education to the children through it.
  • To broadcast lessons in Mathematics, Science and English and other subjects through Byseg.
  • In schools where there is a shortage of math, science and English subject teachers, the children should try to make sure that there is no shortage of teachers.
  • To give students the experience of teaching in a new way.
  • To give students the experience of teaching in a new way.
  • the difference between school as well as area.


About the plan::

     This program is broadcast for children of six to eight standard.

Between July 2016 and February 2018, a total of 105 days of programming was conducted in schools as well as after vacation days. For this, with the help of the members of the State Resource Group, the units were selected keeping in view the study.


The extension of this program is as follows.


  • Thursday 5 - Social Sciences, Sanskrit, Gujarati and Hindi (as required)
  • As well as Shukuva ૨ - English
  • Thus prasan is done four days in a week. Prasan time was kept every day from 3-30 pm to 6-00 pm. The first hour was for standard six, the second hour was for standard seven and the third hour was for standard eight.

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Beneficiary::

     Students of all the upper primary schools where the facility to watch the Baysag program is available are the beneficiaries of this scheme.

The second type is the educational taluka schools of the state. Under this program, the children of the schools of the talukas are given the benefit of a three day trip to Gandhinagar. The number of their rains is as follows.


Sports:::

Sports festivals should be organized every year for primary school students and teachers at school, CRC, BRC, district, zone and state level.

P.T.C. Sports festival should be organized at zone and state level every year for the trainees and lecturers of the college.


Here are some important achievements of the program: -

As the activity oriented approach was introduced in the new textbooks, the corresponding planning was implemented.

All the programs of the whole year were canceled, no program was postponed due to lack of resources or lack of experts.

In some programs, Beyond the Textbook, a program based on activities for students taking part in the subject, was introduced instead of textbook units covering all the three subjects. In which all the students of all classes enjoyed it from the fences. Got a very good response.

In some programs, Beyond the Textbook, a program based on activities for students taking part in the subject, was introduced instead of textbook units covering all the three subjects. In which students of all classes collectively enjoyed from 5th standard. Got a very good response.


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 During the whole year, the students were informed about the assembly by the section officer of the assembly.

Expert teachers expressed happiness over the guidance received by the teacher, as well as helped in improving the quality of distance education units.

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Gujarat Government Yojna Whatsapp Helpdesk no 0261 2300000

     A unique initiative has been taken by BJP's Technosevi region president CR Patil. Citizens of the state will now be able to easily access information on various government schemes from home through the WhatsApp helpdesk. Yesterday, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani inaugurated the WhatsApp Helpdesk under the guidance of BJP state president CR Patil to make all the schemes of the government accessible to the masses.

How to get plan information

Citizens will have to save '0261 2300000' number in their mobile and send 'hi' message.

     This will be followed by a message, the reply to which will come with a list number of plans by typing '0' (zero).

Citizens will be informed about the scheme in writing by sending the number of the scheme so that the complete information of the scheme will come through the message.





Thus, this WhatsApp helpdesk has been prepared for the purpose of making all the schemes of the Gujarat government accessible to the masses. Thus, complete information about government schemes will be easily available to the citizens.

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Navratri-Diwali will be celebrated with new rules, idols will not be touched in religious ceremonies, recorded songs will have to be played in Garba

    Navratri-Diwali will be celebrated with new rules :The Union Ministry of Health has issued new guidelines for precautionary measures during the festive season in view of the Koro epidemic. Under the new guideline, only recorded songs can be played in Garba and religious ceremonies cannot be touched.

      Under the new guidelines, no festive events of any kind can be organized within the containment zone. At the same time, special instructions have been given for worship, rallies, performances, cultural programs.

According to the guidelines, full planning has to be done for religious programs. Crowding and social distance have to be taken care of. In community kitchens, anchors have to follow the rules of social distance.

People who run community kitchens have to take full care of cleanliness. Care must be taken in everything from cleaning the venue to taking off one’s shoes. This will be the responsibility of the organizers.

Garba cannot be held in the containment zone
No Garba or Pooja-Path program or any cultural program can be organized in the containment zone. Organizers, staff or others will not be allowed to leave the containment zone. People will be able to celebrate the festival at home.

No more than the prescribed number of people can participate in an event like a rally or a dissolution. The responsibility for this will rest entirely with the organizers.



CCTV cameras are mandatory to check compliance with the rules
Social distance can be observed during the Garba program i.e. CCTV cameras will be mandatory at the place where the program will be conducted. At the same time, it will be forbidden to touch idols in religious institutions and pandals. Collective religious singing-playing religious programs will be prohibited. Recorded religious music can be played at this place.

One would be infected, the other would be coronary
Former AMA president Dr. According to Mona Desai, people have to understand for themselves what they are doing and what they should do.

Whether it’s a cinema hall or Garba, five people get together or 100 get together, but if one person gets infected it will coronize them all. So caution is mandatory. Masks and social distance must be followed.

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The entire course will be taught in primary

 The entire course will be taught in primary: The entire course will be taught in primary, the rule of failure will not be applicable in standard 5 and 8

The schedule of the annual examination will be decided keeping in view the condition of the corona
The rule that students are not accustomed to studying online will not be enforced.

At the same time, the rule of failing in Std. 5 and 8 is also not likely to be implemented this year. The date of the annual examination of primary schools will be decided keeping in view the number and status of cases of corona. Earlier, the board had reduced the standard 9 to 12 courses by 30 per cent.

Only online education is running in schools because of Corona. In this situation it is not possible for the student to get proper education. Because children are not accustomed to online learning, there are many difficulties.

According to the information received from the sources of the education department, the rule of failure in Std. 5 and 8 will not be implemented this year. So that parents and students will benefit.



Details of 30% courses cut in Std-9 to 12 have been posted on the board’s site
Gujarat Board has announced the information of 30% course with 9th to 12th cuts. Parents will be able to find information from the board’s website. The board has posted four circulars on its website as per the norms.

Each standard clarifies which subjects have been cut in which subjects. There are no restrictions on grammar in language subjects. Students will have to study all the grammar topics. The board on Tuesday clarified which subjects students will be required to study in which standard, which subjects will be excluded from the examination, as well as which subjects have not been changed.

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Tuesday, October 6, 2020

National Secondary Education Campaign supplementary literature STD 12th

 

    The objective of the National Secondary Education Campaign (RSMA) is to expand and improve the standards of secondary education - Classes 9 to 10. National Secondary Education Campaign by specifying a secondary school (up to class 10) within an area of ​​5 km for each adjoining country. Will also take secondary education to the corner. The National Secondary Education Campaign (RMSA) is the latest initiative of the Government of India to achieve the goal of Universalization of Secondary Education (USE).

The Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan was set up by the government to bring elementary education to millions of children which has been hugely successful and hence the need to strengthen the structure of secondary education across the country. The campaign (RMSA) is also said to have launched plans to implement it at a total cost of Rs.20,120 crore during the 12th Plan.

Std. Matter of providing supplementary literature (exemplar) for students from 9th to 12th.
According to the above subject, due to the current Koro epidemic, it is not possible to start educational work by calling students in schools. Therefore, students are being imparted home based education through various mediums under home learning program.

In the current situation, if students are given supplementary literature along with the textbook, students can stay at home and practice more. Soft copy of supplementary literature (Exemplar) of Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Mathematics subject in Std-9 and 10 Mathematics-Science subjects and Std-11 and 12 Science streams prepared by Gujarat State School Textbook Board, Gandhinagar for this purpose. In PDF format which is sent by the office here on the first Saturday of every month as per the syllabus of that month. The research is accompanied by a soft copy (PDF) of the October Supplementary Literature (Example) attached.

Through teachers Std. 9 and 10 and Std. 11 and 12 (science stream) students are asked to deliver. Students are asked to make necessary arrangements at your level to ensure proper guidance on the use of this literature.

Responsibility for the expansion of public and distance learning will be undertaken, especially for those who cannot pursue full-time secondary education and for the addition / growth of oral instruction. The system will also play an important role in the education of out-of-school children.

Institutional reforms and strengthening of resource institutions

1. To make necessary administrative reforms in each state will be a pre-requisite for central assistance. These include institutional reforms.
2. School Management Improvements - Improves the performance of schools by decentralizing their management and accountability
3. Adoption of equitable policy of teacher recruitment, employment, training, compensation and career development
4. Responsibility for reforms in educational administration including modernization / management and representation / decentralization.

    Simplify financial processes for rapid flow of funds and their optimal utilization
7. Necessary strengthening of resource institutions at various levels, e.g.
8. At the national level, NCERT (Included RIEs), NUEPA and NIOS
9. SCERTs at state level, state public schools, SIEMATs, etc., and

Goal and purpose::

   To meet the challenges of universalisation of secondary education (USE), there is a need for exemplary migration in the imaginary framework of secondary education. There are guiding principles in this regard; Universal access, equality and social justice, relevance and development and curriculum related and structural aspects. Universalization of secondary education provides opportunities to move towards equality. The concept of 'public school' will be promoted. If these values ​​are established in the system, Schools, including those of unsupported private schools, will contribute to the universalization of secondary education (USE) by ensuring adequate enrollment for children from disadvantaged and below poverty line (BPL) families.

Main objectives::

Ensuring that all secondary schools such as government / local bodies and government aided schools and other schools have physical facilities, staff and supplies as per minimum standards through financial support in appropriate regulatory procedures.

Proximity based on local conditions involving public education (i.e., secondary schools within 5 km and higher secondary schools within 7-10 km) / Secondary for all young persons as per standards through efficient and safe transport managements / housing facilities To improve access to education. However, these standards may be relaxed in mountainous and difficult areas. In particular, residential schools may be established in such areas.

To ensure that no child is deprived of satisfactory quality secondary education due to gender, socio-economic disabilities and other barriers

To improve the quality of secondary education resulting in the attainment of advanced intellectual, social and cultural learning
To ensure that all children pursuing secondary education get a good quality education
Achieving the above objectives will also describe the real progress towards public school system in other subjects.
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National Secondary Education Campaign supplementary literature STD 11th

 


    The objective of the National Secondary Education Campaign (RSMA) is to expand and improve the standards of secondary education - Classes 9 to 10. National Secondary Education Campaign by specifying a secondary school (up to class 10) within an area of ​​5 km for each adjoining country. Will also take secondary education to the corner. The National Secondary Education Campaign (RMSA) is the latest initiative of the Government of India to achieve the goal of Universalization of Secondary Education (USE).

The Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan was set up by the government to bring elementary education to millions of children which has been hugely successful and hence the need to strengthen the structure of secondary education across the country. The campaign (RMSA) is also said to have launched plans to implement it at a total cost of Rs.20,120 crore during the 11th Plan.

Std. Matter of providing supplementary literature (exemplar) for students from 9th to 12th.

According to the above subject, due to the current Koro epidemic, it is not possible to start educational work by calling students in schools. Therefore, students are being imparted home based education through various mediums under home learning program.

In the current situation, if students are given supplementary literature along with the textbook, students can stay at home and practice more. Soft copy of supplementary literature (Exemplar) of Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Mathematics subject in Std-9 and 10 Mathematics-Science subjects and Std-11 and 12 Science streams prepared by Gujarat State School Textbook Board, Gandhinagar for this purpose. In PDF format which is sent by the office here on the first Saturday of every month as per the syllabus of that month. The research is accompanied by a soft copy (PDF) of the October Supplementary Literature (Example) attached.

Through teachers Std. 9 and 10 and Std. 11 and 12 (science stream) students are asked to deliver. Students are asked to make necessary arrangements at your level to ensure proper guidance on the use of this literature.

Responsibility for the expansion of public and distance learning will be undertaken, especially for those who cannot pursue full-time secondary education and for the addition / growth of oral instruction. The system will also play an important role in the education of out-of-school children.

Institutional reforms and strengthening of resource institutions

1. To make necessary administrative reforms in each state will be a pre-requisite for central assistance. These include institutional reforms.
2. School Management Improvements - Improves the performance of schools by decentralizing their management and accountability
3. Adoption of equitable policy of teacher recruitment, employment, training, compensation and career development
4. Responsibility for reforms in educational administration including modernization / management and representation / decentralization
5. Provision of necessary business and educational advancements in the secondary education system at all levels, i.e., above the school level; And
6. Simplify financial processes for rapid flow of funds and their optimal utilization
7. Necessary strengthening of resource institutions at various levels, e.g.
8. At the national level, NCERT (Included RIEs), NUEPA and NIOS
9. SCERTs at state level, state public schools, SIEMATs, etc., and

10. Under the centrally-sponsored scheme of teacher education, university departments of permanent education, reputed institutes on science / social sciences / humanities, and colleges of teacher education (CTEs) / institutes of progressive studies in education (IASEs)
Inclusion of Panchayat Raj

The involvement of Panchayat Raj and Municipal Boards in the management of secondary education, community, teachers, elders and other partners in the management of secondary education will be ensured in the planning process, implementation, monitoring and evaluation through bodies like school management committees and elder-teacher associations.

The government operates four centrally sponsored schemes
The Central Government implements four Centrally Sponsored Schemes

(i) ICT To provide assistance to state governments for computer education and computer aided education in schools, secondary and higher secondary schools.

(ii) Integrated Education for Disabled Children (IEDC) to assist State Governments and NGOs in primarily segregating children with disabilities in school education

(iii) strengthening food and hostel facilities for female students of secondary and higher secondary schools (admission and fairness) to provide support to NGOs for running girls hostels in rural areas, and Quality Improvement in Schools which includes provision of assistance to State Governments for introduction of Yoga in schools, improvement of science education in schools, environmental education and population education to support International Science Olympiads. All these schemes, in current or modified forms, New schemes will be implemented.
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National Secondary Education Campaign supplementary literature STD 10th

 National Secondary Education Campaign supplementary literature STD 10th


     The objective of the National Secondary Education Campaign (RSMA) is to expand and improve the standards of secondary education - Classes 9 to 10. National Secondary Education Campaign by specifying a secondary school (up to class 10) within an area of ​​5 km for each adjoining country. Will also take secondary education to the corner. The National Secondary Education Campaign (RMSA) is the latest initiative of the Government of India to achieve the goal of Universalization of Secondary Education.

The Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan was set up by the government to bring elementary education to millions of children which has been hugely successful and hence the need to strengthen the structure of secondary education across the country. The campaign (RMSA) is also said to have launched plans to implement it at a total cost of Rs.20,120 crore during the 11th 

    Std. Matter of providing supplementary literature (exemplar) for students from 9th to 12th.
According to the above subject, due to the current Koro epidemic, it is not possible to start educational work by calling students in schools. Therefore, students are being imparted home based education through various mediums under home learning program.

In the current situation, if students are given supplementary literature along with the textbook, students can stay at home and practice more. Soft copy of supplementary literature (Exemplar) of Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Mathematics subject in Std-9 and 10 Mathematics-Science subjects and Std-11 and 12 Science streams prepared by Gujarat State School Textbook Board, Gandhinagar for this purpose. In PDF format which is sent by the office here on the first Saturday of every month as per the syllabus of that month. The research is accompanied by a soft copy (PDF) of the October Supplementary Literature (Example) attached.

Through teachers Std. 9 and 10 and Std. 11 and 12 (science stream) students are asked to deliver. Students are asked to make necessary arrangements at your level to ensure proper guidance on the use of this literature.

Initiation of new secondary schools / higher secondary schools in supply areas on the basis of school depiction experiment. All these buildings will have mandatory water harvesting system and will be made environmentally friendly.

• Rain harvesting systems will also be installed in existing school buildings

• Existing school buildings will also be made environmentally friendly

• New schools will also be set up in PPP style

Quality::

Provide necessary infrastructure like black board, furniture, libraries, science and mathematical laboratories, computer labs, toilet set

Appointment of additional teachers and on-the-job training of teachers.
Bridged curriculum to develop learning ability for students who have passed Class VIII
Review course to meet NCF, 2005 standards
Accommodation for teachers in rural and difficult mountainous areas
Accommodation for female teachers will be given priority

Impartiality

Free accommodation / meals for students from SC, ST, OBC and minority communities
Hostels / residential schools for babies, cash incentives, uniforms, books, separate toilets
Providing scholarships to well-endowed / needy students at secondary level

Inclusive education will be the hallmark of all activities. Efforts will be made to provide all the necessary facilities for specially able children in all schools.

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