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 Primary education is free and compulsory in the state of Gujarat.  Free and compulsory education is provided to every citizen living in the state of Gujarat and India from the age of 6 to 14 years.  Free and compulsory education is provided by the government to all students studying in primary school.  

The Free and Compulsory Education Act has been enacted by the government to ensure that the children of the disadvantaged groups in the society and the socially and educationally backward and economically backward children also get the right to education.

Under the government's right to education policy, 25% seats are reserved for such children in private schools to ensure that even the economically and socially weaker sections of the society get the best education possible.

 At present, every parent is bothering their children and students about their future career issues. Often parents or students cannot make the right career decision due to lack of proper information. After Std. 12, there are career opportunities in various fields  Here is the latest information published by the Government of Gujarat, which is expected to be useful to every parent and student.

 Teachers have been given special orders by the state education department.  The education department has issued an order for teachers to call 15 students in their class every day to guide them on home learning.

 Teachers have to maintain a register of these activities and the principal has to monitor these activities.  Teachers will have to provide phone guidance with school children and their parents regarding difficulties in home learning.
The fingerprint is ready in the mother's womb

 "Fingerprints are formed in the mother's womb," said Sundar Iyer.  By the time the fetus is 30 weeks old, the baby's brain and fingerprints are developing together.  In other words, a fingerprint is a graph of our state of mind.  It can tell us what is going on in the mind and in what direction our thoughts are more active.

 Criminal psychology will be easy to understand
 Darpan Vyas, co-founder of CFMID Ltd., said that fingerprints help a lot in understanding criminal psychology.  To research this we have also started a research center in collaboration with the National Defense University, in which the fingerprints of criminals will be studied.  For this, the fingerprints of the criminals in jail will be taken anew.  Criminal behavior can be studied on the basis of dermatoglyphics and also information on why a person becomes a criminal.

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 Knowing criminal tendencies will help
 Darpan Vyas said that dermatoglyphics help to know about the criminal tendencies in any person.  Our plan in the coming days is to analyze the fingerprints of the children in the juvenile correctional facility and try to find out how they developed a criminal mindset.  This will help prevent crime in the future and especially in children.  In addition, with the help of this, people from abroad can be scanned and their attitude can be known.

 RRU will study Psychological and Behavioral Aspects
 The director of the School of Criminology, Crime Science and Behavioral Sciences at the National Defense University (RRU), S.  L.  Via said a research center has been set up at the university in association with CFMID Ltd. for the purpose of studying psychological and behavioral aspects.  In this we collect fingerprint samples both indoors and outdoors and do research on it to know about the criminal mentality in children.  We will also be scanning university students, which will help them in further studies and know their skills.

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