Reopening of private sector schools on Aug 15 opposed

    Peshawar: The chairperson of Utility Stores Corporation and industrialist, Ghulam Sarwar Mohmand, has showed his concern over reopening of private sector schools from August 15th, 2017 and said that the start of academic activities in this hot and humid weather will put the lives of students at stake as well as create difficulties for the parents.

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    On Thursday, in his statement, he said that every year schools reopen on September 6th, 2017 whereas this year in spite of severe hot situations as well as humidity, all the private sector schools are going to open again on August 15th, 2017 which has terrified the aspirants as well as their parents.

    He furthermore added that some schools had even restarted the academic sessions from July 31st, 2017. Though, he said, after great offense and pressure from the parents these private institutes were closed down by the management.

    He said that the change in climate and global warming have affected the entire world and people were bringing change in their daily routines and the additional work is also required to be done here in this regard.

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    The industrialist said that the aspirants cannot bear the severe heat and sometime fall unconscious that will be an issue of serious concern for their parents.

    He requested the government authorities to make sure that schools are reopened on September 6th, 2017 after summer vacations to certify the safety to the health and lives of students.

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