VALSAD PRIMARY SCHOOL ANUAL EXAM TIME TABLE DECALRED

VALSAD PRIMARY SCHOOL ANUAL EXAM TIME TABLE DECALRED


Primary school typically has timetables, however the timetable is usually so simple that it can be constructed manually or in a basic spreadsheet package.
In some countries and regions, such as China and East Africa, high school students are not given any choice in subjects, and this makes timetabling easy - the students can remain in the one room all day while the teachers rotate.
In other countries, such as United States, the whole school is typically run on a system of units, where each subject has the same number of lessons per cycle and subjects are placed into 'lines'. This also makes timetabling easy.
In countries, such as Australia, Canada, and most European countries, there generally exists a combination of the variants above, and timetables can be extremely difficult to construct. The process can take weeks of effort and typically computers are needed in the process.

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