According to a local news programme, the provincial government of Punjab has declared that schools will begin summer vacations on June 1 despite the soaring temperatures throughout the province.
A summary requesting approval for the choice would be given to the Chief Minister of Punjab, according to Maqbool Ahmed, Secretary of School Education.
Students will have plenty of time to rest and recharge before returning to their academic studies because the summer break will run until the second or third week of August. It’s important to remember that summer vacation last year was offered from June 6 to August 15.
Maqbool Ahmad, the secretary for school education in Punjab, commented on the news by saying that the chief minister of Punjab will receive a report next week regarding the holidays. The choice has been taken with the current hot weather in mind as well as the safety and wellbeing of both pupils and staff.
Both parents and kids can anticipate a welcome respite from the demanding schedule of school, allowing them to spend time with their loved ones and partake in leisure activities.
All parties involved in the education industry will undoubtedly applaud the government’s move because it will allow students a chance to refuel before returning to their studies.