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Sunday, 29 November 2020



Increasing a person's productivity along with educational qualification also increases employment opportunities.  So the money spent on education is also a kind of capital investment.

 The traditional means of livelihood, the land, and the housing industry, have dwindled day by day.  In such circumstances, the demand for education has gradually increased as the importance of the direct relationship between education and employment has increased.

 That is to say, in order to test how integrated the development of a state is, one has to understand the development of education there.

 Gujarat's economic growth rate is very high.  But the state of education does not give birth to hope.  The development of education does not seem to have got the required benefit of the economic growth of the state.

There is a significant improvement in the infrastructural facilities required for education but the pink picture presented by the official figures is a little different from reality.

 The level of quality of education is alarmingly low.  It does not appear to have improved significantly.  The knowledgeability valuation in the situation has improved from 69.14 percent in 2001 to 78.03 percent in 2011.

 But compared to other states, Gujarat's rank has come down from 16 to 18.  The number of children entering school has increased, but 5 percent of 11- to 14-year-olds still do not reach school.

on the earlier material, states that OMR based formulated examination has meant created on 29/11/2020  (upcoming Sunday) to choose the openings of BRC / URC and CRC Co.O.  City, Rajkot, Surat, Mehsana, Kutch) Date and Time of Examination: 29/11/2020 (Sunday) 11.00 am to 01.00 am and BRC from 02:00 pm to 04:00 pm 


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 For this, Gujarat ranks 22nd among all the states.  This suggests that several states of the nation have gained more major improvement than Gujarat.

Trained teachers are very important in maintaining the quality of education.  Unfortunately, many schools in Gujarat (including government-subsidized and private) do not have enough teachers.