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Gujarat Council  Educational Research and Training (GCERT) is a leading state-level body enhancing quality education in the state and state-level primary and secondary schools, before 1988, was a state educational institution. was later upgraded SCERT in 1988 under a resolution of the State Education Department. The Upgraded SCERT, now known as the Gujarat Council of Educational Research and Training (GCERT), is a state-level educational institution and is managed and guided by the Board of Directors as well as the Executive Committee.

Gujarat State Textbook Board was established on 21st October 1969 AD. Congregations of 38 years are the main target. High-quality textbooks are published and they are easily available to the students of Gujarat at reasonable prices.

Mandal by Std. 1-12 Gujarati medium textbooks are published. Later textbooks are also published in Hindi, English, Marathi, Sindhi, Urdu, Sanskrit and Tamil.

  • In June 2004, Std. 8 and 11
  • In June 2005, Std. 9 and 12
  • In June 2006, Std. 10
  • In June 2007, Std. 5 and 6
  • In June 2008, Std. 7
  • In June 2008, Std. 8 for English subject book for supplementary reading
  • In June 2009, Std. 9 for English subject book for supplementary reading
  • In June 2009, Std. 10 for English subject book for supplementary reading
  • In June 2008, Std. 8 (first - first) textbooks for Sanskrit schools
  • In June 2009, Std. 9 (First - First) Textbooks for Sanskrit schools
  • In June 2010, Std. 10 (first - first) textbooks for Sanskrit schools
  • Since June 2008,
  • Std. 11 Computer Introduction Textbook (with all trends)
  • Std. 8 Yoga, health and education
  • Since June 2009,
  • Std. 12 Computer Introduction Textbook (with all trends)
  • Std. 9 and 10 Yoga, Health and Education
  • Std. 8-12 Science subjects experiment with the creation, translation and distribution of books.
  • Std. 10 Top 5 Topics Self Study Workbook Composition and Distribution.
  • Std. 12 Science streams and general trends Top 10 topics Self study workbook design and distribution.
  • Std. 3 and 4 Self-study workbook design and distribution
  • Std. 5,6 and 7 Self-study workbook design and distribution
  • Std. 5-6 Experiment book and map book creation (with medium)
  • Std. 7 experiment book and map book creation (with medium)
  • As part of Std-of under "Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan", S.C. / St. Innovative activities for children. 1, number writing (1-50), std. Hindi Basic Letters and Std. Publication and distribution of 5 basic English textbooks.


For example, Elliott bought bonds in California’s PG&E (PCG) in 2019, around when the beleaguered electric utility filed for bankruptcy protection following deadly wildfires that were found to be caused by its faulty equipment. The bet was that the securities were trading below recovery values and would revive. It was a volatile ride, but the bonds did recover, and PG&E emerged from bankruptcy this past Wednesday. That’s not a wager that do-it-yourself investors should chase.

Still, individuals can borrow a few pages from the activist’s playbook, even if they invest later. If they had bought the stocks that Elliott invested in when the hedge fund operator’s position became public, they could have made an average single-day gain exceeding 5%.

Elliott’s two most recent plays look as if they’ll have better outcomes—and could provide an ortunity for other investors. Elliott invested in CenterPoint in May, leading a $1.4 billion equity investment alongside Fidelity Management and Bluescape Energy Partners. CenterPoint has $13.8 billion of debt, and the cash was meant to help the company, whose stock had dropped 42% during the previous 12 months, pay that down.

CenterPoint, which serves clients in Texas, Arkansas, and six other states, also formed a committee, at Elliott’s urging, to evaluate strategic options, which could include a partial or full sale; the panel is supposed to report its findings to the board in October. The stock, up 17% since Elliott got involved, recently was trading at $18.67.

Analysts at Morgan Stanley see a “meaningful probability” of a sale of CenterPoint. They say that an acquirer would probably seek to cut costs while boosting capital expenditures and keeping customers’ bills flat.

Evergy might still offer nice returns for investors. Elliott departed from the usual activist script in January, suggesting that the utility curb share buybacks, after Evergy had spent $2.7 billion repurchasing its stock from August 2018 through the first quarter of this year. This was a period in which its shares declined by 2%, versus a 5% gain for the utility ETF.

Elliott found that Evergy would be better off, long term, if it invested in its rate base, rather than doing more buybacks. It concluded that $1 invested could be worth $2.40 to shareholders if the utility would put the money into renewable energy.

Evergy has since formed a committee to review its options as a stand-alone company or as the object of a sale. First-round bids for a sale are expected to be due in early July; the committee’s recommendation on which course to follow is anticipated in August.

Evergy’s stock has fallen by 9.4% since Elliott’s investment became public, while the Utilities Select Sector SPDR’s has slid by 13.5%. But if a deal is struck, Evercore ISI estimates, the shares could sell for as much as $69—13% above Wednesday’s close.

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