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21-day Diwali vacation is announced, now what about Navratri vacation?

21-day Diwali vacation is announced, now what about Navratri vacation?


The state will start from 10th to 9th November. The government has clarified that the mandatory Navratri vacation has to be kept but the state's Bahubali administrators are doing the rounds of government's decision. Although Jyano's logic is correct, its opposition is making the government's image worse in the state. The announcement of Navratri vacations is being made in state-run private schools including the state. The State Government, the education system is compiling the compulsory Navratri vacation by declaring one circular one after another.
Bhupendrasinh explains that there will be a Navratri vacation in the state. There will be no Navratri vacation in CBSE schools but it is likely that they can get 2 to 3 leave. The biggest opposition to Navratri vacation in the state is from Rajkot and Surat. In a separate statement about Rupani and Navratri vacation, there was a spate of protests in Rajkot. There is a dispute in Surat now.

According to media reports, some private schools in Surat have announced a 21-day holiday in Diwali. The state government, Education Department has ordered Navratri vacation from October 10 to 18. Against this, Self-financed School Administrator of 400 private schools in Surat protested and declared the education work only in the night in Navratri. However, now the controversy arriving near the days of Navratri is reviving again.


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