Gujarat Council of Educational Research and Training (GCERT) is a pivotal institution at the state level for the enhancement of qualitative education at primary and secondary schools.
It was the “State Institute of Education” before 1988. It was later upgraded as a SCERT in 1988, under the resolution of the State Education Department. The upgraded SCERT, now named as Gujarat Council of Educational Research and Training (GCERT) is a fully structured State level academic institution and is controlled and guided by a Governing body as well as an Executive Committee.
In which standard will you admit an 11 year old child deprived of education under RTE?
Standard – 5, Standard 7, Standard 6
How many hours are allotted for teaching per academic year for standard 1 to 5?
900 hours, 800 hours, 700 hours
How many hours are allotted for education per academic year for standard 6 to 8?
900 hours, 800 hours, 1000 hours
How many chapters are there in RTE 2009?
6 chapters, 7 chapters, 9 chapters
The provision of SMC Committee is mentioned in which section of RTE Act 2009?
Article 20, Article 21, Article 19
Which of the following sections of RTE 2009 prohibits corporal punishment?
Article 20, Article 17, Article 19
RTE – 2009 has been implemented in Gujarat since when?
July 1, 2009, April 1, 2009, April 1, 2009
RTE – 2009 has been implemented in how many areas /
All over India, all over India except the Eastern States, all over India except Jammu and Kashmir
At least how many members of the SMC committee will be the parents or guardians of the children?
2/3, 3/4, 1/4
According to which section of RTE 2009 school development plan has been prepared?
Article – 20, Article – 21, Article – 22