Primary Students Will Store Books in School Racks Under New Policy

Government primary schools in the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) are implementing a new policy to ease the burden on young students by eliminating the need to carry school books between home and school.

The schools will now provide pigeon holes and book racks in classrooms for storing books, creating a more convenient and child-friendly learning environment.

This initiative aims to reduce the weight of school bags and enhance the overall educational experience for students.

Education Secretary Mohyuddin Ahmad Wani stated that he has been working on this policy for over a month and that all arrangements will be completed before schools reopen. He emphasized that the decision will benefit both parents and students and is expected to positively impact young minds.

The new policy will be implemented from August 1 in all government primary schools in the capital.

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