Rajasthan Govt Directs Schools to Not Take Fees for Next 3 Months: COVID-19

The Government of Rajasthan ordered all the schools across the state not to take any fee from the students for the subsequent 3 months. The officials took this decision considering the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic across the nation. The Government also instructed the school administrators to promote the students of all classes except the 10th and 12th classes. The students of class 10 and 12 will take up the board exams once the officials announce the revised schedule.

Ashok Gehlot, the Chief Minister of Rajasthan took this decision during a video conference with the state cabinet ministers. The Ministers who took part in the conference include Govind Singh Dotasara, Bhanwar Singh Bhati and Subhas Garg. As per the announcement, the schools in the state will temporarily prevent the recovery of the pending amount since 15th March 2020. The notice further says that the schools won’t take the present and advance school fees for the subsequent 3 months.

Rajasthan Govt Directs Schools to Not Take Fees for Next 3 Months

Minister Gehlot suggested that the schools and colleges need to arrange digital classes and e-learning to evade the break in the education system. Bhanwar Singh Bhati, the Higher Education Minister said that a 5-member committee has been initiated to confirm the revised datesheet for the university exams.

The Minister further said that the required school books will be made available online. On the other hand, Garg said the Chief Minister that the mid-semester exams in technical colleges have been organized online. A new YouTube channel has been started to offer e-content to ambitious students. He further said that the officials have already uploaded more than 600 lectures on the YouTube channel.

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