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Resistance leadership asks people to prevent arson attacks on schools

Srinagar: The joint resistance leadership on Wednesday issued a fresh protest calendar, extending the shutdown call until November 10.In the new calendar, the relaxation announced...

Educational institutes to be closed in Kupwara tomorrow: DC

Srinagar: The Kupwara administration has decided to close down all the schools and colleges in view of the tense situation from the last four...

School timings to change from 1st of April

Srinagar: Government Monday ordered a change in school timings of Kashmir division from first of April.An order issued by the Directorate of School Education, Kashmir...

Sanitation drive to be conducted in all private schools: Asgar Samoon

Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Dr. Asgar Hassan Samoon took a meeting with the President Joint Committee of Private Schools regarding conducting a sanitation drive.

Schools up to Class 12th to remain closed till Wednesday

Authorities on Sunday announced to closing of all educational institutes up to Class 12th in Kashmir in the wake of incessant rains.

DSEK rules out mass promotion; Exams to be conducted for every class

Government today confirmed that there would be no mass promotion for students and all examinations for every class would be conducted although with some concessions.

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