Big Update On Summer Vacations in kashmir 2024: DSEK Confirms

Srinagar: The Directorate of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) announced on Wednesday that there will be no changes to the current school timings or summer vacations in the Kashmir valley due to the pleasant weather conditions.

No Summer Vacations or Change in School Timings in Kashmir: DSEK Confirms Pleasant Weather

Tasaduq Hussain, Director of School Education Kashmir, addressed reporters, confirming that the weather in the region remains favorable, with temperatures around 32 degrees Celsius. He emphasized the importance of maintaining regular school hours to ensure children adapt to varying weather conditions. “The weather is pleasant, it is 32 degrees Celsius,” Hussain stated during a media interaction.

Hussain also announced that there is no immediate plan to declare summer vacations for schools across the Kashmir valley. “If summer vacations are announced in the month of May, then what are we going to do in June, July months?” he questioned, highlighting the need for a balanced academic calendar.

Hussain reassured that the administration is closely monitoring the weather. “We are aware of the weather conditions. If extraordinary weather conditions arise, we will take the necessary steps to adjust school timings or announce vacations,” he stated.

Highlighting the educational philosophy, Hussain added, “We have to teach our children and make them weather-resistant.” This approach underscores the administration’s commitment to providing consistent education while considering environmental factors.

The DSEK director affirmed that any future decisions regarding school timings or summer vacations would be based on the emergence of extreme weather conditions, ensuring the safety and well-being of students.

These remarks come as a heat wave sweeps across north India, with the Kashmir valley also experiencing above-normal temperatures. However, the current conditions in Kashmir remain manageable, allowing schools to continue their operations without changes.

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