The offline classes for the students of all classes resumed in the Kashmir region after an years
By TAUSEEF AHMAD
Bandipora 02 Mar:-The offline classes for the students resumed today after a gap of a year in the Kashmir region.
Teachers at the international Delhi public school gave students new notebooks and chocolate as a part of the welcoming event. Students' temperatures were taken and recorded as they arrived at school, and teachers reminded them to use hand sanitisers and masks at all times. Students began arriving around 10 a.m. in valley's Schools. Teachers were placed both outside and inside, near the school gates, as it was the first day, advising both children and parents on the safety rules to be observed.
Despite some concern, most kids and parents were eager to return to physical education classes after a long absence. As several instances were recorded when a lot of children were not able o afford it as it needs smartphones as well as a good network.
Till 2021, the students of Kashmir valley for the third consecutive year could not attend the regular classes during the academic year 2020-2021 except for around one month.
In 2021, the schools reopened on February-26 following the winter vacations of nearly three months but hardly after one month, they were closed again April-04 following the surge in COVID-19 cases.
In the meantime, the teachers at government-run-school said that during the academic year 2020-2021, the schools have witnessed a maximum of 30-35 regular academic activities