Kashmiri girl students during morning assembly in a school
File Photo | Kashmiri girl students during morning assembly in a school

SRINAGAR — Director Education, Tasaduq Hussain on Thursday said that books prescribed by the Jammu & Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) will be used for the learning process in private schools from now onwards.

He said JKBOSE textbooks will be used in all private schools as soon as the March session starts. The Director was addressing a press conference here in Kashmir’s capital city, Srinagar.

He said the sale of tobacco products has been banned within a 500-meter radius of all educational institutions.

No fee hike, charge tuition fee only, Pvt schools directed

Tasaduq Hussain said that Education Department has been showing signs of improvement and there is a scope for more improvement. “Our department is the most resourceful department and it has so far surrendered 666 buildings to other departments,” he said.

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