Srinagar: In view of the sweltering temperatures, Directorate of School Education Kashmir has proposed a 10-day summer break in all educational institutions within its jurisdiction , official sources said on Friday.

While formal approval from the government is awaited, sources told GNS that the Directorate has proposed a 10-day break from July 4 to July 14.

When contacted by GNS, Director School Education Kashmir, Dr Tasaduq Hussain, responded in affirmative and said that formal approval from the government was awaited. (GNS)

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