In person: Offline school to begin for Classes 1-5 from Monday in Gujarat
The Daily Guardian|November 22, 2021
Gujarat has decided to begin offline classes for grade 1 to grade 5 from tomorrow. The attendance will be optional and the consent of the parents for their children to attend classes is mandatory, as decided by Gujarat Minister of Education, Jitu Vaghani.
TANMAYA DAS

However, most of the parents are afraid to send their children for offline classes and believe that the school management should also take responsibility, in case any child gets affected by COVID.

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