An common of 39 per cent attendance was recorded within the state on Day 1 as colleges reopened for Class 12 on Thursday when larger and technical institutes additionally resumed courses.
As per the attendance knowledge maintained by the training division, Rajkot metropolis recorded 62 per cent attendance, adopted by Navsari with practically 60 per cent, Bhavnagar 59, Morbi 57, and Bharuch and Botad 52 per cent every.
Dahod reported the bottom attendance for Class 12 with practically 18 per cent. Anand, Gandhinagar and Gir Somnath recorded 24, 24 and 25 per cent, respectively.
Since offline courses are optionally available and attendance isn’t obligatory, colleges have to proceed with on-line educating as effectively.
“Attendance on the first day in our seven schools was around 20-25 per cent. From Monday, we are expecting this to pick up as we are in the process of getting parents consent letters,” mentioned Muktak Kapadia, trustee of HB Kapadia Schools. HBK School Gurukul was one of many colleges the place academics had been educating by means of each offline and on-line mode.
Meanwhile, some colleges have determined to delay the reopening. “We have decided to start offline teaching after a few days as we did not have enough time to collect parents’ consent letters,” mentioned DPS Bopal principal Surender Sachdeva.
On July 9, the the state authorities declared to partially reopen training institutes from July 15 for Class 12, larger and technical institutes with 50 per cent capability.
The resolution taken by the core committee chaired by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani applies to over 6.82 lakh students who’re enrolled in 8,333 authorities, grant-in-aid and personal larger secondary colleges. It additionally applies to over 8.85 lakh students of 1,609 larger training institutes affiliated to universities together with 2.78 lakh students registered underneath completely different programs of engineering, pharmacy and polytechnic with 489 technical institutes within the state.
Repeat exams begin
Class 10 and 12 board exams for repeat and personal candidates performed by the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) began Thursday.
“With detailed planning and arrangements, the exams went smooth on the first day,” GSHSEB chairman AJ Shah advised The Indian Express.
Class 10 examination recorded an attendance of 86 per cent the place 67,629 out of 78,646 candidates appeared within the exams. Class 12 basic stream (morning session) recorded 86.69 per cent with 13,870 of the entire 15,999 showing throughout the state. In the afternoon session, 86.43 per cent candidates appeared for the exams.
Class 12 science examination for repeat candidates recorded 92.62 per cent attendance with 27,601 of the entire 29,801 showing.
A dummy case was reported from Rajkot in Class 12 basic stream examination, whereas one copying case was recorded from Patan. In Class 10, one copying case every from (*12*), Patan and Porbandar had been reported.
On June 25, the Indian Express had reported concerning the overwhelming improve in variety of functions from repeater candidates for each senior secondary and better secondary this yr. Around 5.5 lakh candidates had registered on-line between February 5 and March 29.
Seeing a possibility to get the “SSC pass” certificates within the yr of mass promotion amid Covid pandemic, many repeaters who couldn’t clear Class 10 boards because the Nineteen Eighties had additionally registered.
The GSHSEB had cancelled examinations for Class 10 and Class 12 however it’s making all preparations for holding examinations for repeater candidates from July 15 to 28 throughout the state.