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DSEK Announces Delayed Commencement of Classwork in Kashmir Schools

DSEK Announces Delayed Commencement of Classwork in Kashmir Schools

The Directorate of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) has issued an important directive regarding the resumption of classwork in schools across Kashmir in light of the prevailing inclement weather conditions. Let's explore the details of this announcement and its implications for students and educational institutions.

Directive from DSEK:
  • Commencement Date: March 4, 2024
  • Reason: The decision to delay the resumption of classwork is in response to the weather advisory issued by the Meteorological Department, forecasting heavy snowfall in the Valley.
  • Affected Schools:
  • Government-run schools
  • Recognized private schools
  • Educational Levels: The directive applies to schools up to the higher secondary level.

Order Details:
  • The directive mandates the commencement of classwork in all government and recognized private schools of the Kashmir Division from March 4, 2024.
  • This order supersedes the previous schedule, which had initially slated the resumption of classwork for March 1, 2024.


With the resumption of classwork in Kashmir schools postponed to March 4, 2024, students and educational institutions are urged to adhere to the revised schedule. The safety and well-being of students remain a top priority, and decisions regarding educational activities are made in consideration of prevailing weather conditions. Stay tuned for further updates and announcements from the Directorate of School Education Kashmir.

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