KV Correspondent

Universities, Colleges re-open in Kashmir

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Srinagar: After a gap of over 10 months, Universities and Colleges re-opened in Kashmir Valley on Monday.
Officials said that Universities and Colleges have been re-opened for offline classes after a gap of more than 10 months.
Students were seen attending Colleges and Universities. These educational institutions were shut down on March 11 after the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic.
“These institutions are being opened in a phased manner and the SOP’s issued by the authorities are being strictly followed,” said an official.
A Kashmir University official said the classes have started from today in line with the necessary guidelines related to Covid-19. He said all Covid-19 related guidelines are being followed.
Meanwhile, students were seen lined up at their respective colleges and were seen happily co-operating with officials who were screening them at various entry points.
“It is quite relaxing to see that our college opened after such a long gap. I along with my friends have attended the college and we wish that the classes continue without any hassles,” Saira, a young student said.
Like Saira hundreds of students were seen wearing face masks while making a bee-line for their classes.

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