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J&K planning to allow 100 percent attendance in schools for students soon?

Last Updated on October 31, 2021 at 4:33 pm

The government of Jammu and Kashmir is planning to re-open schools for 100 percent students after administering them vaccines, reports have suggested.

The government has so far re-opened the schools for some classes not exceeding 50 percent of total attendance. Vaccination process for teachers and staff is also going on at a fast pace.

Talking to media, Divisional Commissioner of Kashmir PK Pole said that the J&K government has re-opened the educational institutions for the students who were given vaccination.

 “The educational institutions for remaining students will likely be reopened before the annual final exams if the vaccination process for 100 per cent population is completed,” Pole said, news agency KNO reported.