ISLAMABAD (APP)- The educational institutions working under Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) will start new academic year of Class I to 10 from tomorrow (April 13). The students, after spring vacations, are well prepared to join schools again with a renewed commitment to perform well this time and show good results. After the announcement of the annual result on March 31, the students who excelled in the exams celebrated their success during vacations with their families. And those who disqualified promised to resume their study with an urge to work hard and excel. Director Model Colleges, Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) Mujahid Zameer told APP that the FDE has rescheduled the commencement of the new academic year and now the academic session would start in April and end in the month of March with annual exams. In the previous schedule, the students were facing problems as they had to appear in the exams during the scorching heat of May. It was very difficult for the students to prepare themselves for exams during summer heat coupled with loadshedding. The recent schedule has facilitated the students as the exams held in normal season, Mujahid Zameer said. Like every year, FDE is providing free text books to the students from Class I to 10. The printing of books has been completed according to the requirement and has been sent to all the institutions. The books will be timely distributed among the students in their respective institutions, he said. Mujahid Zameer informed that FDE has taken the admission tests of Class one on April 10 and the classes will be started. In the previous academic year that begin in May, students were unable to complete their study course on time, Principal Islamabad College for Girls F-6/2 Shaista Peerzada said while talking to APP. After reverting back to the previous schedule, the directorate is providing books on time, which would help the students to resume their study on time and complete the course, she said. The recent routine would leave good impact on their studies and improve their performance, Shaista added.