School Admissions In Kashmir To Start After Annual Exams: DSEK

Director School Education Kashmir, Tasaduq Hussain Mir | File Photo

Director says parents liable to pay tuition fee only

Srinagar- The School Education Department Kashmir on Saturday said that the admission process in all schools of the Valley will commence only after the culmination of annual exams.

Talking to reporters on the side-lines of a function here, Director School Education Kashmir, Tasaduq Hussain Mir, as per the news agency KNO said as of now no new admissions will take place because no annual exams have been conducted so far.

He said there are guidelines from the administration that the new admission process should be started only after exams are over.

He further said as far as the admission fee is concerned, only that fee shall be charged which has been fixed by the fee fixation committee.

About the winter fee, he said parents are liable to pay tuition fee only for their wards and they are not supposed to pay any other fee, be it transport fee.

Mir also said the government has started providing heating arrangements in a phased manner from November 15.

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