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- Students who have studied upto class 5 in government school can take the exam
- The government will pay 75 thousand per student per annum and the management will be handed over to an institution with facilities
- One school in each taluka while more than 1 school will be found in metros
The state government’s education department has decided to start Gnanasetu Day School with the aim of imparting high quality schooling to students studying in government schools. A common entrance test for admission to this school will be conducted on April 27 next. Only students who are studying in government primary schools or grant-aided schools can appear in this exam.
The number of schools was fixed at 400
According to this plan of the government, the number of schools to be set up is 400 in which admission will be given in the first year i.e. class 6, for which the institutions having the infrastructure as per the norms decided by the government will have to manage them.
Each school will admit 500 students, the class size will be increased in a phased manner
Junagadh Deputy District Education Officer RG Jethwa said that Gnanasetu School will also be on PPP basis and will also be started in School of Excellence for which CBSE level syllabus is also being prepared. This school is to be started at the taluka headquarters in the district, so doing one school at a time is not likely to affect the recruitment of teachers, not only this school will prove very important for the children of the general class studying in the primary school. 500 students will be admitted in each school.
Organizations will also recruit teachers in such schools!
The process for starting the new school which the state government is going to build has started. It is the responsibility of the administrators to recruit all the staff including the teachers in the school, they are also responsible for paying their salaries. These teachers will not have permanent jobs and cannot become government teachers.