The School Education Department has issued a directive announcing a change in the school timings for Srinagar city, effective from March 1st. According to the directive, schools in the city will now commence at 9 AM and end at 2 PM. This decision has been conveyed by the Under Secretary to the government for School Education Department.
The directive also highlighted that academic activities in the Kashmir division are scheduled to resume from March 1st following the winter vacation of over two months. This news will be welcomed by students, teachers, and parents alike who have been eagerly waiting for the resumption of academic activities.
The change in school timings will impact the daily routine of students, teachers, and other school staff members. It is important for them to plan accordingly and make any necessary adjustments to their schedules. The new timings will also have an impact on transportation and other related services, such as bus timings and pick-up and drop-off times for students.
This move by the School Education Department is expected to have a positive impact on the academic performance of students. Starting school earlier in the day and finishing earlier in the afternoon will provide students with more time to engage in extracurricular activities, complete homework, and spend time with their families.
The School Education Department’s decision to change the school timings in Srinagar city is a significant development that will affect the daily routine of students, teachers, and other school staff members. However, it is a step in the right direction and is expected to have a positive impact on the academic performance of students. The resumption of academic activities in the Kashmir division after a long winter vacation will be a welcome relief to all stakeholders involved in the education sector.