The government of Gujarat has a policy of not hiring from outside the state, but a new school run by the government of India in the state of Gujarat is being run by Indian nationals.
Gandhi International School, located in the village of Budhanilakantha in the district of Gujarat, is a small, private school, run by teachers who are not allowed to work outside Gujarat.
The school, which was inaugurated by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in the region last year, is run by a private company called Gandhi International Schools (GIS) which is owned by Gujarat’s Education Minister Jagadish Shettar.
The school, situated in Budhanu in the southern part of the state on the outskirts of Gandhara, was set up with the help of funds donated by various organizations in the area.
“GIS, which is a government company, is part of an initiative to provide educational facilities to the community,” the school’s head teacher K Sivakumar told Newsweek.
“The Government of Gujarat does not provide a school for the benefit of the people.
It is a voluntary organisation and we have been doing this for years.
The children learn from us and our teachers have a long tradition in the community.”
The school has a number of children, including three girls and two boys.
The teachers, who work in a classroom in the school, do not have to carry out any duties of the job.
According to the school management, the teachers are not required to carry any certificates and are only responsible for teaching the children.
However, some students from the local community have taken up the post of teachers at the school.
According the management, they do not pay salaries and the teachers only receive a stipend of 50,000 rupees ($3,300) a month, but it is not clear whether they receive any salary in return.
The parents of the students have been trying to arrange a place for the teachers at their homes.