The Tajik authorities banned last call

In all schools of Tajikistan has banned “call of maturity” (the Russian counterparts of the last call). This is stated in the decree of the Minister of education and science of Tajikistan Nuriddin said at the disposal of ASIA-Plus.

“In all educational institutions of the Republic, regardless of the form of ownership) holding events on the occasion of “Zangi Kamolot” (“call to maturity”) for 9th and 11th grades is prohibited”, the document says (quoted by CA-News.org).

According to the order, 7 June (in 2016, the end of the school year in Tajik schools falls on this day) classes will be conducted in accordance with the training schedule, and no ceremonial rulers not provided. It is noted that the responsibility for violation of the prohibition will carry the heads of departments, education departments of oblasts, cities, regions, school Directors and class teachers.

The Agency adds that in 2015, the holding of “Call to maturity” took 45 minutes, and he was first held without the participation of the parents. Students then was read the decree of the Minister of education and science of conducting the “Call to maturity” and the rules about final exams, says the publication.

As recalled CA-News.org previously Tajik authorities fully banned the graduation balls.