Winter Vacations in Kashmir: Latest Update Regarding Winter Vacations in Kashmir.

Winter Vacation in Kashmir 2022: Amid statement of divisional admin about downtime recesses, rainfall expert on Wednesday said, govt must go ahead with durability of class work in Kashmir Schools as no harsh rainfall is anticipated during the coming 15 days.

The Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, PK Pole on Monday said that the seminaries in Kashmir division, shall remain open until there’s any event of heavy snowfall in the plains of the Valley.

This comes after social media was aboil with parents demanding downtime holiday for scholars.

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“There’s no clarity demanded. Every time, when there’s heavy snowfall in plains including in the megacity, seminaries are closed for recesses,” Div Com PK Pole told journalists on the sideline of a function, then at Srinagar.

Winter Vacation in Kashmir 2022

“ It depends on nature and perhaps, the training shall continue beyond December 15. There’s formerly clarity given by Director School Education, that every time seminaries shall remain open until there’s major snowfall. It’s all rainfall dependent, ” he added.

An independent rainfall foreseer Faizan Arif, who’s popular for his handle Kashmir Weather on social media platforms told Kashmir Bulletin, “ This is a veritably great decision by the government as no major wet spell is anticipated in the coming 10 – 15 days at least. ”

“ Temperature in coming days can drop below the freezing point in plains, still that’s relatively common for the season. ending of seminaries will only impact the education of scholars, ” he added.

He although suggested, “ For advanced rung which have entered further than half a bottom of snow in the last 24 hrs, downtime recesses should be considered, as temperatures can drop below minus 4 degrees Celsius at some places which will be too harsh for children where there’s no heating arrangements in seminaries. ”

Some corridor in north Kashmir since history night have entered up to 2 – 3 bases of snow. Around 12 elevation have accumulated at Gurez, further than 14 elevation at Machil and over 2 bases of snow at Sadhna Top. There have been reports of snowfall in the plains of Kupwara as well.

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