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24 April 2017

Early summer vacations for CBSE affiliated schools

Quodsi everti ancillae vim qui lorem persius petentium Early summer vacations for CBSE affiliated schools

NEW DELHI, APRIL 24 (ENA) Heat wave conditions prevailing in Ahmedabad have forced CBSE-affiliated schools in the city to close a week early for summer vacation. According to sources, the six working days lost this term will be compensated next term. Earlier, the vacation was supposed to begin on April 28.

Some schools have declared early vacation for all students. Trustee of Nirman High School at Vastrapur, Ashish Desai said, "The six days of teaching lost this term will be compensated later during the next term. Parents have been asked to make necessary arrangements," Desai said.

Few schools such as Tulip international school, Nirman high school, Zydus school of excellence; Anand Niketan school and Udgam schools had changed timings for summer.

Udgam school trustee Manan Choksi said several parents were worried about heatwave conditions and had requested that school timings be altered so that students don't have to travel during peak summer hours.

"However, since it was not possible to alter the timings, we declared summer vacation for primary section a week earlier. The schedule for class 9 to 12 remains unchanged," Choksi said.

Anand Niketan School principal Nancy Chauhan said that vacation for class 1 to 4 students had been declared a week early. "The rest of the students will be relieved early," Chauhan said.



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