Haryana directorate of school education (DSE) on Friday issued an order extending the summer vacations to all the state concerned education and elementary education officers at the level of districts and blocks.
The DSE order reads, “To stop the spread of Covid-19 pandemic, summer vacations were announced in all the state government and private schools and schools were closed for students and teachers on April 22, 2021 up to May 31. In this regard, after analysing the present situation, the government has decided to extend the summer vacations by 15 days and keep the schools closed for students up to June 15. As per the roster prepared by the school principals, 50 per cent teachers will start coming to schools from June 1 and the guidelines issued by Haryana chief secretary dated April 30, 2021, should be followed. The school timing will be from 9 am to 12 noon.”
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“During this time, the teachers will perform the mandatory academic work and analyse the report card, examination result register, admission related formalities and other administrative works in the schools and update the same in MIS of the department”, further reads the DSE order.
Haryana education minister Kanwar Pal said, “The situation is not favourable to open schools at this moment. The order of extending summer vacations has been released. The next decision will be taken after analysing the situation after 15 days.”