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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 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' organisations 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.

After private schools in Gujarat have suspended online classes for an indefinite period folowing order that they ought to not collect fees from students until the faculties reopen, the government has announced that it'll offer free online classes to students of personal schools. Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama on Thursday said: "When the private schools have stopped the web classes, the government has decided to carry online classes for all such private schools students of sophistication 3 to 12 freed from cost. The classes are going to be both for the Gujarati medium and English medium students."

Gujarat Education Department: there's extremely positive news for all the oldsters in Gujarat who were reeling under the financial burden levied on them by private schools fees for online classes. As per the newest order by the Gujarat supreme court , schools aren't allowed to charge any fees once they are non-functional physically and are conducting only online classes.

E-seminars, case-based discussion, journal clubs, discussion on surgical techniques; clinico- epidemiological presentations are often very effectively conducted using these virtual classrooms. 

Private schools in Gujarat have suspended online classes. Following an order from the state government, he said he would not charge fees from students until the schools reopened. Last week, the Gujarat government had issued a notification regarding the fees. In the notification, the Gujarat government directed private schools in the state not to collect tuition fees from students till they are closed in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic. 

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.

He also asked these schools not to increase the fees for the academic year 2020-21. The union, which represents about 15,000 schools in Gujarat, decided to hold online classes, an alternative arrangement for students was introduced earlier this month. But unhappy with the Gujarat government's decision, most of these schools informed parents via SMS on Wednesday night that there would be no online classes from Thursday.

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.


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The circular issued by the Gujarat State Department of Education reads that “It has come to the notice of the govt that even during the entire lockdown within the state, many self-financed and personal schools were forcing and demanding fees from parents while at an equivalent time, slashing down salaries of their teachers and staff by 40 to 50 percent and a few weren't even paying them in the least .”

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