Notice To Govt Schools Over Students Bunking Classes


SRINAGAR — Department of Education has taken a serious note of the reports that male and female students from government schools are bunking classes and spending time at a park here in Kashmir capital Srinagar.

Chief Education Officer, Srinagar, Malik Naseer has issued a notice to the heads of education institutions directing them to take strict measures against the students who bunk the classes and inform their parents, a local news agency reported on Saturday.

“It has come to the notice that students are bunking their classes and are found mostly in the Jehlum Park. The students have been identified and reported to be the students of Government Boys and Girls Schools,” reads the notice.

“This adverse act on part of the students has to be stopped as they are befooling their parents as well as teachers. It is a serious threat to their academics and future property.”

Chief Education Officer in his notice has directed all the Heads of the institutions to take necessary measures against the erring students found in the act in order to stop this kind of exercise in future and check regular attendance of students.

“More ever the Head of the Institutions shall inform the parents of such students who are found involved in such activity,” reads the order.

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