According to Technical Education Minister Rushikesh Patel, schools can also organise sports events, celebrations of national festivals, or meetings with local artisans.
Gujarat Assembly election to elect 182 members is slated to be held in December this year.
It is usual for the poll panel to issue such directions ahead of Lok Sabha and assembly polls to ensure free and fair elections.
A bench of justices Ajay Rastogi and C T Ravikumar said, “In counter affidavit, series of judgments have been quoted.
Unions representing teachers, panchayat health workers and revenue employees have been protesting since some time for the reintroduction of the of the old pension scheme in Gujarat.
Congress spokesperson Manish Doshi said the Congress government had brought the RTI Act to enable the people to know how government departments functioned and reduce corruption.
Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel announced his government's decision to junk the project, 'respecting the sentiments of tribals'.
Gujarat government must speed up withdrawal of quota cases against Patidars: Naresh Patel after meeting Hardik
Naresh Patel said while the BJP government is positively working towards withdrawal of cases against Patidar youths, it needs to expedite the procedure.
Jignesh Mevani targeted the Assam government for not saying 'sorry' over a lower court's critical observation regarding an FIR filed against him in the north-eastern state.
Gujarat government exempts lecturers from clearing computer concept course and Hindi/Gujarati language exams for promotion
CCC+ is a certificate-level course meant to impart basic level computer literacy to the government workforce.
Gujarat government suspends official of 'Statue of Unity' governing body for 'inappropriate' remarks against tribal community
A group of protesters camped outside the local police station demanding that an FIR be lodged against the official.
The BJP government informed the House that as many as 5,439 state-run primary schools and 272 private primary schools do not have any compound wall surrounding their campuses.
Court directs Gujarat government to pay Rs 49,000 compensation to man who sustained bullet injuries in 1992 riots
The court said Chauhan be paid Rs 49,000 along with simple interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the date of filing of this suit, within 30 days of the order.
He welcomed the voluntary imposition of lockdowns at a local level by villages or market associations in cities.
The apex court sought to know why the victim was not been examined till now and directed the state government to file an affidavit in this regard.