Punjab PM Mohsin Naqvi imported announcement on punjab school holidays

punjab pm mohsin naqvi imported announcement on punjab school holidays

punjab pm mohsin naqvi imported announcement on punjab school holidays

Interim Punjab Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi made a Big announcement on Monday, sharing important news for students as the winter vacation for schools comes to an end.

Starting January 10, students will be returning to their schools. However, there’s a slight change in the usual routine. Instead of the regular 8 am start, schools will now commence at 9:30 am. This adjustment is due to the serious winter conditions and the Chief Minister emphasized the importance of wearing jackets and warm clothes during this period.

The decision to extend the winter holidays until January 9 was taken by the Punjab School Education Department in response to the cold weather conditions and smog affecting various parts of the province. This extension aims to ensure the safety and well-being of students and staff.

Originally, the winter break for schools in Punjab began on December 18, 2023, and was initially set to conclude on January 1, 2024. However, given the ongoing winter wave, the extension was deemed necessary.

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In a similar vein, the Sindh education department has also made adjustments to school timings. Instead of the usual 8:30 am start, schools in Sindh will now open at 9 am. Notably, this timing change was extended from the previous 8 am start last week. Karachi, however, will maintain an 8:30 am start for students.

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As students prepare to return to their educational institutions, these schedule adjustments are implemented to account for the cold weather and ensure a comfortable and safe learning environment.

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