Winter Vacation Extension Still Undecided in Kashmir

Winter Vacation Extension Still Undecided in Kashmir
Winter Vacation Extension Still Undecided in Kashmir
Winter Vacation Extension Still Undecided in Kashmir
Winter Vacation Extension Still Undecided in Kashmir

Winter Vacation Extension Still Undecided in Kashmir

Winter Vacation Extension Still Undecided in Kashmir…..image/KL

Winter Vacation Extension Still Undecided in Kashmir

Amidst swirling speculations regarding a potential extension of the winter vacation in Kashmir due to an unexpected wet weather spell, the School Education Department clarified on Monday that no official decision had been made on the matter.

Administrative Secretary Piyush Singla dismissed the circulating news as mere rumor, emphasizing that, “As of now, we have not made any decision, but whenever there is a decision in this regard, we will notify the students accordingly.”

MeT Predicts Widespread Light Rain, Snow in JK

Winter Vacation Extension Still Undecided:Meteorological Insights: Cloudy Days and a Hint of Precipitation

Contrary to the anticipation of an extended winter break, meteorological officials in Srinagar projected that the weather would likely remain cloudy from February 28-29. However, they did mention the possibility of light rain and snow at isolated places.

The department’s forecast extended further, anticipating light to moderate rain with snow at some places and a downpour from March 2 to March 3.

Winter Vacation Extension Still Undecided :Weather Watch: Director Tassaduq Hussain Mir Deliberates

Director of School Education Kashmir (DSEK), Tassaduq Hussain Mir, revealed that they were closely monitoring the evolving weather conditions. Undecided about extending the winter vacations, Mir stated, “We are assessing the weather conditions, and the decision about extending the vacation will depend on the weather conditions.”

Mir assured further action, mentioning, “I will speak to the administrative secretary and will make a decision accordingly.”

Winter Vacation Extension Still Undecided:Heating Challenges: A Past Dilemma Resurfaces

In a flashback to November 2023, Alok Kumar, the then Principal Secretary of the School Education Department, highlighted the department’s inability to provide heating arrangements for all government school students due to a lack of facilities. Kumar stated, “We have a large number of schools, and we don’t have enough facilities available to provide early winter vacations.”

As the uncertainty looms over the extension of winter vacations, the education authorities in Kashmir remain vigilant, closely monitoring both weather forecasts and logistical challenges. Students and parents await an official announcement while meteorological projections hint at an unpredictable climate in the days to come.

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