Telangana Schools Closed for Two Weeks – Dasara Break

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Telangana students and teachers can now look forward to a well-deserved break following the completion of the Summative Assessment-1 exams. The educational authorities in the state have declared a nearly two-week Dasara vacation, providing everyone with the opportunity to recharge and spend quality time with family and friends.

Starting from Friday, the Vijayadashami vacation is set to span until October 25, during which schools will remain closed. Students can enjoy a break from their academic routines, and teachers can have some time for planning and rejuvenation. It’s a time when the vibrant and culturally rich festivities of Dasara come to life in Telangana, making it an occasion for celebration, reflection, and relaxation.

The reopening of schools on October 26 marks the return to regular classes and educational activities. Meanwhile, colleges in the region will also benefit from a shorter break, with their vacation starting on October 19 and ending on October 26.

telangana schools closed for two weeks - dasara break
Telangana Schools Closed for Two Weeks - Dasara Break

This vacation period not only allows students and teachers to rest but also offers an opportunity to partake in the festivities and traditions associated with Dasara, strengthening the cultural fabric of Telangana. It’s a time for families to come together, observe rituals, and enjoy the unique customs that make Dasara a special occasion. The break is not only a respite but a celebration of heritage and community spirit.

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