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Winter days are always warm inside our blankets and kids would love to sleep in for a little longer. Should academic institutions consider starting late?

Published: 20th January 2016 04:12 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th January 2016 04:12 AM   |  A+A-

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HYDERABAD: Winter is one season where everyone prefers to keep themselves warm inside the blankets. Agree it or not, many of us hate waking up in the early hours during the cold days of winter. It only gets lazier as the season reaches its peaks during December and January. Schools and other academic institutions always begin their day by 7 am or 8am. This phenomena makes every student wanting to take a day off and rest inside his/her warm blankets. The question is why can’t schools and other academic institutions consider the winter days and begin their day a bit more later? Apart from this, students who have asthama or respiratory problems suffer the most. Won’t it be helpful for them too? Even if parents want their children to go to school, they themselves prefer snoozing their alarms and dozing off for a few more minutes. Besides this, if schools decide to begin their days a bit late, it will also help the students to attend school without being lazy and sleep depreived. Do you think schools and other academic institutions should consider this matter?

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