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SEC orders continuous closure of J-K’s educational institutions

State Executive Committee headed by Chief Secretary ordered continuous closure of the educational institutions for in-person teaching in J-K.

Educational institutes continue to remain closed

Authorities on Sunday decided to keep the schools and higher educational institutes including coaching centres closed in J-K.

All educational institutions in J-K to remain closed till further orders: Govt

The J-K Govt ordered the closure of all educational institutions till further orders in view of the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic.

HED fails to utilize services of college contractual lecturers in Kashmir

Despite High Court directives, Higher Education Department has failed to utilize the services of college contractual lecturers in Kashmir.

Govt likely to give nod for re-opening of higher education institutions

The government said it will consider re-opening of higher education and skill development institutions after July 31.

Weekend curfew lifted in J-K’s 16 districts

J-K Government announced that there will be no weekend lockdown in 16 districts even as it extended closure of educational institutions.

Educational institutions likely to re-open in J-K after July 15

Jammu and Kashmir Government is likely to re-open educational institutions after July 15, well placed sources said.

All educational institutions to remain shut till July 15

Jammu and Kashmir Government on Sunday extended closure of the educational institutions for in-person and on-campus teaching till July 15.

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J-K Police refute reports of Pulwama youth joining militant ranks

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Kashmiris defied all hurdles to join Bharat Jodo Yatra: Mani Shankar Aiyar

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