The Balochistan administration on Monday declared that winter holidays will start in educational institutions on December 16 in response to the cold weather in the southwest.
From December 16 to February 28 of the following year, all public and private educational institutions will be closed.
Secretary SED Balochistan, Abdul Rauf Baloch, has directed the Director of Education (Schools) and Managing Director of Balochistan Education Foundation (BEF) to ensure compliance with this order.
According to a declaration from the Balochistan Colleges, Higher and Technical Education Department, all educational institutions in the winter region would be closed from December 16, 2022 to February 28, 2023 as a result of the cold weather in the nation’s southwest. Hafiz Abdul Majid, secretary of the provincial department of education, made the statement.
Balochistan experiences considerable snowfall from December through February, and the province chills during these cold snaps. During the busiest months, all educational institutions stayed closed.
The governments of Sindh and Punjab also declared the start of winter breaks for public and private colleges and universities earlier in the week. The winter break was declared by Punjab in two stages. The winter break for Sindh will begin on December 20 and last until January 1 of 2023.
Schedule of Winter Vacation in Sindh Education Department
The Sindh School Education and Literary Department’s steering committee has already set vacations for educational institutions from December 21 to December 31, 2022. Additionally, the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) government has declared winter breaks for all public and private educational institutions from December 26 to December 31.
Schedule of Winter Vacation in Punjab Education Department
It has been made known to all Punjabi educational institutions that they would be closed from December 24 to December 31 for the winter break. All public and private schools are expected to resume on Monday, January 2, 2023, according a notice issued by Secretary of School Education for Punjab, Waqas Ali Mehmood.