With the countdown to school reopening starting, students only have a few weeks left to enjoy their summer vacation. On June 12, the schools will reopen for the new academic year.
While schools affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) began the academic year 2023-24 in March and April, schools recognized by the State Board of Education will begin the academic year on June 12.
With summer vacations coming to an end, many families who have been traveling or spending time in their hometowns have begun to pack.
“After Class VIII annual exams, classwork for Class IX was held for one month and later we were given summer break till June 11. Though not much homework has been given by the teachers, my parents are insisting on studying concepts of Class IX. Currently, I am unwinding in my hometown,” said Irene, a Class IX student of private CBSE school.
Vacations, on the other hand, did not mean much to some. During their vacations, students in Class X, XI, and XII are busy attending online classes hosted by their school administrations or preparing for the IIT Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) or National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET).
“Despite the fact that it is summer vacation, the school management has been taking online classes daily for about one hour in the morning,” a CBSE school student said.
With only a few weeks to go, even parents are getting caught up in their ward’s preparations, shopping for notebooks, stationery, and textbooks that have already hit the market. Regardless of the fact that teachers have been granted summer vacation, they are required to prepare lesson plans and submit them.
“We have been asked to submit subject-wise lesson plans and content to be taught in the class. Prior to the vacation, the school management conducted training sessions on new and innovative teaching methods. Teachers are asked to report to the school on June 2,” a CBSE School Class XI and XII teacher said.
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