When summers come the one thing especially children look most forward to are the vacations. Recently the School Education Department of Punjab Government announced the summer vacations schedule for 2018. However, the department today announced an amended summer vacations 2018 plan which is to be observed both by the private and public sector educational institutions.
Dr Allah Baksh Malik—the Secretary of School Education Department has announced that for the current year the summer holidays would start on the 8th of June. As per the earlier made announcement summer vacations were to commence from the 1st of June. The vacations would end on the 10th of August instead of 14th August as per the earlier announcement. The secretary, however, mentioned that the new schedule would be subjected to the weather conditions of the region.
In the meantime, the Government of Punjab transferred and posted six officers on Tuesday. According to the notification, the Punjab Land Record Authority Director Operations and Coordination—Rifaqat Ali was posted as OSD while Qasim Ali—waiting for the post, was positioned as the Section Officer (SO) Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Department.
Zahoor Hussain was posted as the General Assistant Revenue—Khanewal. Faisal Sultan—the Judicial Magistrate of Faisalabad Sadr was shifted and posted as the District Monitoring Officer of Mandi Bahauddin.
Nasir Mehmood Awan—Colony Assistant Pakpattan was transferred and posted as the collector consolidation—Muzaffargarh.
Muhammad Rizwan Babar—SO of the Higher Education Department was transferred and his services were given to the Secretary Primary and Secondary Health Care department until further notice of posting.
Summer vacations are the most awaited time of the year as many families plan long holiday destination trips or plan for intercity travels. The main objective of the holidays is to provide some time for relaxation and comfort to the students and for teachers in extremely hot weather. It is the most enjoyable time of the year.
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