Schools Will Be Closed for 5 Days ; Announcement for Students!!

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Schools Will Be Closed for 5 Days Only Instead of 11 Days
Schools Will Be Closed for 5 Days Only Instead of 11 Days

Telangana Schools Will Be Closed for 5 Days Instead of 11 Days; Dussehra Holidays Reduced for Students!! Dussehra Holidays are commencing soon. So, students are waiting for the announcement of Holidays but it is very sad news for students admitted in Telangana schools as their holidays are reduced and only five days leave instead of eleven days. Check what was the reason behind this.

To make up for the holidays declared for schools as a result of the severe rains and other circumstances, the TelanganaEducation Department also requested that schools work on second Saturdays.

The TelanganaSchool Education Department has announced that the dussehra holidays this year would be cut short. The department has announced a five-day reduction in holidays. In order to make up for the holidays declared for schools as a result of the severe rains and other circumstances, it has additionally ordered schools to operate on second Saturdays.

In a circular sent to the director of school education on Tuesday, the head of the State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) said that holidays had been designated for the schools on July 11–16 and September 17 in honour of National Integration Day.

Seven working days are therefore shortened in accordance with the notice. According to the academic calendar for 2022–2023, there were 230 working days in the previous academic year. There will be five more working days to make up for the five days lost because the Dussehra holidays are from October 1 to October 9.

Additionally, the Department must inform schools to open on second Saturdays for five months, from November 2022 to April 2023, in order to make up for other days, as per the circular’s mandate.

The action follows the submission of a recommendation to this effect to the Directorate of School Education by the State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT). To make up for the lost instructional days, the SCERT has recommended a nine-day Dasara holiday from October 1 to 9 rather than a 14-day break from September 26 to October. This makes the student very sad as they are having only few days to celebrate the festival due to holidays are more in number this year because of rain and others. Follow our site for daily updates.

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