J&K govt announces summer vacation for schools in Jammu division - Kashmir Student Alerts

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J&K govt announces summer vacation for schools in Jammu division

J&K govt announces summer vacation for schools in Jammu division


Srinagar, June 7: The Jammu and Kashmir School Education department has announced summer vacation for all government schools and recognized private schools upto higher secondary level falling in summer zones of Jammu division.


As per an order issued by the Principal Secretary SED, the schools will observe the summer vacation from June 8 to July 25.


The summer vacation has been announced with the condition that there will be online interaction of teachers with students through whatsapp groups or Google meet at least once in a week.


"Weekly programmes, assignments shall continue to be conducted throughout the vacation period besides engaging children in cultural activities and for consolidation of curriculum/syllabus already covered," the order reads.

As per the order, all the teachers have been asked to remain available for students through voice calls, texts and WhatsApp messages to answer the queries of students and clear the doubts with regard to the curriculum.Srinagar, June 7: The Jammu and Kashmir School Education department has announced summer vacation for all government schools and recognized private schools upto higher secondary level falling in summer zones of Jammu division.


As per an order issued by the Principal Secretary SED, the schools will observe the summer vacation from June 8 to July 25.


The summer vacation has been announced with the condition that there will be online interaction of teachers with students through whatsapp groups or Google meet at least once in a week.


"Weekly programmes, assignments shall continue to be conducted throughout the vacation period besides engaging children in cultural activities and for consolidation of curriculum/syllabus already covered," the order reads.

As per the order, all the teachers have been asked to remain available for students through voice calls, texts and WhatsApp messages to answer the queries of students and clear the doubts with regard to the curriculum.
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