PULWAMA — Following an extended winter hiatus prompted by heavy snowfall, educational institutions across the Kashmir division including the southern Kashmir’s Pulwama district resumed operations on Monday.

Students from classes up to 8th standard enjoyed a winter vacation since November 28 of last year, while classes 9th to 12th commenced their break from December 11.

Despite the delay, both government and private schools were eager to resume regular classes and ensure the continuity of their students’ education.

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According to local media reports, students from all districts in Kashmir were witnessed heading towards their respective educational institutions, displaying great joy and excitement as they embarked on their first day back after the winter break.

“I am delighted that we are back to school. It was tedious to stay at home for such a prolonged period,” stated Mohammad Danish, a student from a private school in Pulwama, while speaking to The Kashmir Pulse.

Mehreen Jan, another student, expressed her happiness at reuniting with her friends on the first day of school after winter vacations.

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“After a gap of three months, I have returned to school. I have missed my teachers and friends. I feel immensely joyful to finally meet them after such a long duration,” she exclaimed.

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