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August 13, 2018

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Schools reopen after summer break

Islamabad : The government schools and colleges of the Islamabad Capital Territory will resume classes today (Monday) after a break of over two months.

June 1 was the last day of children in educational institutions before the annual summer vacation began.

Repairs and maintenance were carried out in schools and colleges during the summer break. Overseen by the Capital Administration and Development Division, the FDE regulates the public sector education in ICT up to intermediate level. The region has more than 400 FDE-run schools and colleges.

Though the PEIRA, the watchdog for private education in the region, didn’t notify the summer vacation schedule, the schools it regulates will reopen campuses either today or later in the week.

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