Srinagar, Nov 2:
Scholars have misplaced greater than 150 days of classwork within the present educational
calendar, because of the uncertainty and unrest submit abrogation of Article 370.
There are 250
days within the educational calendar in Kashmir. Of which 100 days of sophistication paintings have been
misplaced because of the existing state of affairs.
months of wintry weather holiday, colleges in Kashmir have been reopened on March 1. Until
August 4, colleges and different instructional establishments functioned most often. Come
August 5, executive introduced closure of faculties and faculties as a
precautionary measure following the abrogation of Article 370.
“In 90 days of sophistication paintings, colleges lined
handiest 50% of the syllabus,” stated an authentic within the Schooling Division.
Bashir Ahmad Dar stated scholars attended colleges for 90 days and they’d have
finished handiest 30-40% in their syllabus.
2019 began in mid-March because of the useless extension of wintry weather holidays.
In July, colleges have been closed for 10 days because of summer season holidays. From
August Five all instructional establishments remained closed,” he stated.
Dar stated as a substitute
of taking measures to hide complete syllabus, executive directed colleges to
hang annual examinations, which is a recipe for crisis.
“With handiest part
of the syllabus lined, scholars will be unable to compete in aggressive
tests. It’s executive’s duty to compensate the educational loss”, he
cancellation of wintry weather holidays and maintaining common categories with a view to
makeup for the educational losses. “Executive must make sure that instructional
establishments stay open and extra categories are held all through wintry weather.
Ok heating preparations must be made in order that scholars and lecturers do
no longer face any issue,” he stated.
and Kashmir BOSE, Veena Pandith stated that Director College Schooling can remark
at the factor.
On the other hand, Director
College Schooling didn’t reply to the repeated calls.
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