Private schools defy summer vacations order
RAJOURI, JUNE 11: Around a dozen private schools in this border district were openly violating the order passed by the Director School Education declaring summer vacations in the summer zone of Jammu region from today.
Locals here said that students of some private educational institutions were facing great hardships while attended their schools in the severely hot weather, as the concerned managements have not closed the institutes despite a clear order issued by the Director School Education Jammu.
Though the Directorate announced the summer vacations officially from June 11 most of the private and government schools closed on Saturday.
Some locals alleged that the students were asked to come to school without uniform for “attending tuitions during the vacation period”.
Not only students even their parents are worried and perturbed over the decision of the managements of private institutions with regard to late summer vacation.
Parents said the temperature has gone up and students have to bear scorching heat while attending their schools, affecting their health.
A senior officer in the education department said that a special team has been constituted to ensure implementation of the government order in toto. “Any violation of the order may attract severe action against the school management, including cancellation of the registration”, he added.
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