CEO Kupwara serves notice to private school for conducting classwork

  • | Tuesday | 25th May, 2021

Authorities on Tuesday served notice to a private school in north Kashmir's Kupwara district for conducting class-work amid ongoing COVID-19 lockdown. The institute authorities have been asked to stop educational activities and respond to the notice within one day failing which legal action would be initiated against the school. “Conducting classes is in gross violation of basic COVID-19 SOPs prescribed by the government during lockdown period which is liable for action under Disaster Management Act including cancellation of recognition of the institute” he said. The CEO said that the school authorities had been given a chance to reply to the show cause notice response of which should reach to his office within one day failing which action would follow without further reminder. Pertaining the community classes the CEO said that soon after vaccination process of teachers across the district would conclude phase-wise community classes would be conducted after proper permission from the higher ups.

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