Sindh educational institutes to remain closed today on Chehlum

Education Sep, 16 2022
Sindh educational institutes to remain closed today on Chehlum
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KARACHI: All schools, colleges and universities across Sindh will remain closed on September 17 (Saturday) on account of Chehlum of Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA), education department announced. “All public and private educational institutes under administrative control of College Education Department, government of Sindh shall remain closed on Saturday September 17, 2022,” read notification.

Notification further added that all private and public schools under administrative control of School Education and Literacy Department shall remain closed today. According to notification, private and public educational/training institutions working under administrative control of Sindh Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority and Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Human Resource and Research Board shall remain closed. 

Published in The Daily National Courier, September, 17 2022

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Zaira Hasan Usmani
Zaira Hasan Usmani
Journalist at Daily National Courier. Covering different beats including Politics, Current Affairs & other news content in a well-versed manner along with handling various tasks related to social media. Also member of Karachi Union of Journalist (KUJ).

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