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Srinagar, 15 September Schools will open again in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir from September 21. However, officials have said that the attendance of students in the school will be voluntary. An official said that on September 21, the schools will reopen with 50 percent staff and students. Consent will be obtained in writing from parents regarding the presence of students. During this period, all standard operating procedures (SOPs) will be followed in schools.
The official further said, “50 per cent of the students up to class 8th will come to school every day, while 50 per cent students from class 9th to 12th can attend voluntarily. It is up to the parents to decide whether to allow their children to go to school Give or not. Also online classes and digital education will continue. “
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Let us know that due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, schools have been closed in the state since March. At the same time, on 5 August last year, schools were kept closed even after abolishing Section 370 and 35A.