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In a recent interaction with the press, Gujarat Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that the education department of the state will seek the opinions of everyone before taking the final decision on the reopening of schools in Gujarat.

Talking to the reporters on Monday, the state education minister indicated that the schools cannot be shut forever. According to several media reports, many students and parents are unhappy with the conduction of online classes amid school closure.

"It's been six months since the schools are shut due to the coronavirus. We have to open schools someday. But, the state government will not take such a crucial decision on its own," Chudasama said, as per PTI reports.

The schools in the state of Gujarat have been shut down since March due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Many educational institutions are conducting online classes and exams to continue with the academic session.

While talking to the press about reopening schools in the state of Gujarat, Chudasama also said that the most important opinion in reopening schools will be of the health department. The health department will have to issue directives and guidelines regarding the conduction of classes.

"In the coming days, we will seek opinions and suggestions from parents, students, owners of schools, teachers, and prominent educationists. The health department's opinion will be important in this regard," he told PTI.

The minister said he will then discuss the issue with Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel, and the entire cabinet before taking a final decision on reopening schools.
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