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JKPSCC thanks Director School Education Jammu for age relaxation
4/4/2024 10:01:04 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Apr 4: In a meeting held in Kathua, The J&K Private Schools Coordination Committee (JKPSCC), Kathua extends its heartfelt gratitude to the Director School Education Jammu (DSEJ) for the recent decision to grant a six-month age relaxation to students eligible for admission to Class 1st for 2024-25. This landmark decision comes in response to numerous representations made by the Executive members of JKPSCC and concerned parents.
The order issued by the DSEJ offering age relaxation to young learners has provided immense relief to parents whose children previously faced obstacles in seeking admission to Class 1st due to the age criteria set forth in the National Education Policy (NEP) guidelines. By extending this concession, the DSEJ has effectively ensured that no child misses out the opportunity for education due to age constraints, thereby aligning with the principles of inclusivity and equitable access to education.
"This decision marks a significant milestone for education in our region," remarked Riti Prakash Singh, General Secretary of JKPSCC Kathua Unit. "We are deeply appreciative of the School Education Department, particularly the Director School Education Jammu, for heeding our plea and granting this golden opportunity to our students." President JKPSCC Kathua Mr. Satpal Badyal expressed gratitude and said "This proactive step has not only alleviated the concerns of parents but has also saved a crucial year for the beneficiaries, both academically and emotionally." The JKPSCC emphasizes the importance of collaborative efforts between educational authorities and stakeholders in ensuring that every child receives the education they deserve, regardless of age or background. This decision serves as a testament to the commitment of the School Education Department towards fostering a conducive learning environment for all students in the region.
Mahipal Sharma, Kapil Dev Sharma, Varun Sharma, Ravinder Singh, Pooja Gupta, Dinesh Sudan and others members of JKPSCC and stakeholders of prominent Schools of Kathua also attended the meeting.
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