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Situation being monitored across all the places: DIG Central Kashmir
Increase in presence of staff, student in schools: Govt
8/21/2019 11:03:46 PM
Wajahat Shabir
Early Times Report
srinagar, Aug 21: The State administration on Wednesday said that there has been an increase in the presence of staff and students in the primary and middle school from last three days. On Monday primary school were reopened, while as on the Wednesday the Middle schools were reopened.
Director of Information Dr. Sehrish Asgar informed that attendance of teachers in the school has been ranging from 60 to 80 percent in different districts of Kashmir, while as attendance of students though less have been increased from past two days.
She added that some private schools especially in the Srinagar have started the primary classes. All the schools in the Jammu region are functionally normally. And, regarding the attendance of employees in government offices, the attendance in DC office has increased from 80 to 90 percent and other government offices to 70 to 80 percent. Hospitals and Banks are being functioning normally in all the districts of Jammu and Kashmir. ATM's and healthcare institutions are functioning adequately. Stocks of essential items and medicine are also available.
Horticulture being the backbone of Jammu and Kashmir economy and in this regard preparation for upcoming harvest season, review meetings have been made and conducted at district and as well as the divisional level. All the arrangements for the facilitation of transport and Mandis have also been reviewed by the Chief Secretary himself. No law and order situation has been reported in the Jammu and in other districts.
Deputy Inspector General of Central Kashmir V.K Birdi said that there was no major law and order situation. All the places behaved normally where relaxation was given except few pockets were stone pelting was witnessed otherwise rest of the area behaved normally. The situation is being monitored regarding law and order situation.
Director School Education Kashmir Younis Malik said that throughout all the 10 districts on of the division 774 Middle Schools were reopened which included 17 schools in Anantnag , Pulwama 24, Srinagar 87, Kupwara 10, Shopain 14, Baramulla 41, Kulgam 40 and in Bandipora 116.
He added "There has been significant improvement that is Kupwara, Bandipora and Ganderbal both in terms of attendance of staff and students. And, in last three day staff attendance there have been improvement in the attendance of staff from 60 to 70 percent. But, the attendances of student are gradually improving. And, we hope in coming days, the numbers will increase.
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