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March 09, 2020 Monday 01:29:53 PM IST

No Bag Day in schools

Policy Indications

Saturdays will be observed as 'No-Bag Day' in government schools in Rajasthan, according to Ashok Gehlot, Chief Minister. In his budget speech, he said that there would not be any academic studies on Saturdays. However, there will be activities related to happiness therapy, literature, culture, sports, personality development, moral values, scout and tips to say healthy. Parent teacher meetings will also be held on Saturdays.