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Private schools in Gujarat have decided to resume online classes from Monday after requests from parents, but will still oppose the government order which directed them to not collect fees from students till they continue to be closed, a schools’ federation spokesperson said.

Over 15,000 private institutions suspended online classes since Thursday after the Gujarat government’s notification directed self-financed schools to not collect tuition fees from students as long as they continue to be enclose the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The notification, issued on July 16, also asked these schools to not hike fees for the tutorial year 2020-21.

Managements of varied private schools met on Saturday evening and decided to resume online classes from Monday after considering requests made by parents, Self-financed Schools Federation spokesperson Deepak Rajguru said.

He said the faculties will still demand withdrawal of the state’s notification regarding the schooling fees, and can not open their offices or communicate with the Department of Education until they get justice.

Private schools in Gujarat have decided to resume online classes from Monday after requests from parents, but will still oppose the government order which directed them to not collect fees from students till they continue to be closed, a schools' federation spokesperson said.

Over 15,000 private institutions suspended online classes since Thursday after the Gujarat government's notification directed self-financed schools to not collect tuition fees from students as long as they continue to be enclose the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The notification, issued on July 16, also asked these schools to not hike fees for the tutorial year 2020-21.

Managements of varied private schools met on Saturday evening and decided to resume online classes from Monday after considering requests made by parents, Self-financed Schools Federation spokesperson Deepak Rajguru said.

It further said that 16 percent of rural households get electricity from 1 to eight hours, 33 percent rural households get electricity for 9 to 12 hours, while 47 percent get power supply quite 12 hours.
"I have barely attended 10-12 classes within the last one and half months. sometimes I desire crying due to the backlog. i'm so behind the syllabus."
The government has been touting online classes as a viable alternative, but unequal and patchy access to the web has meant the experience is vastly different counting on location and household income.
According to a National Sample Survey report, 90 lakh students studying within the country's government schools haven't any facility for online education. 24 percent of households are connected to the web through smartphones, and only 11 percent have a computer with an online connection, while things in rural India is worse.

Although Digital India has become a necessity during the COVID-19 lockdown, the question is additionally being asked if we are ready with requisite infrastructure for online education. If the scholars belonging to each section of society are equipped to avail of online education?
Along with several researchers, i'm engaging with families across the country who are sharing stories about how they're supporting their children with education needs while schools are closed.

He said the faculties will still demand the withdrawal of the state's notification regarding the schooling fees, and can not open their offices or communicate with the Department of Education until they get justice.

Some private schools have already moved the Gujarat supreme court challenging the notification.

Rajguru said nearly 16,000 schools had suspended online classes to protest the "inhuman and insensitive" decision of the government.

"In these three days, many parents' organizations contacted us using social media, text messages, and phone calls, saying they're willing to continue online education, as students get to find out alright," he said.

"Considering their demands, we met online on Saturday and decided to resume online teaching," he said.

Meanwhile, the state on Saturday reported the very best single-day spike of 1,081 new COVID-19 cases, taking the entire count to 54,712 while 22 more patients died, including 11 in Surat, the state health department said.

After the related order by the Gujarat supreme court, the govt of Gujarat has today taken a choice that the faculties within the State can't levy tuition fee and additional activity fee from the scholars until regular reopening (with the physical presence of students). the faculties that have already collected fees for the lockdown and online-coaching period will be got to reimburse it after regular reopening. the govt has also made provision that no admission is going to be canceled by any school for non-payment of fees. With this decision in effect, Self Finance School operators association has decided to discontinue online education from tomorrow

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