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Schools in classes nine and 12 opened on Monday after the school was closed for almost a year in Kashmir due to Srinagar Kovid-19. More than 60 percent of the student attendance was reported in most government schools. An official of the school education department said that after matching the information, the exact figures will be known. Higher attendance of students was seen in private schools where arrangements have been made to call students on different days to ensure social distance. Ahmed Khan, a Class 10 student of a private school, said, “Our class capacity is 60 but social Today only 20 students came due to ensure distance. ” Only students who got written consent from parents were allowed to sit in the class.

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Schools in classes nine and 12 opened on Monday after the school was closed for almost a year in Kashmir due to Srinagar Kovid-19.  More than 60 percent of the student attendance was reported in most government schools.  An official of the school education department said that after matching the information, the exact figures will be known.  Higher attendance of students was seen in private schools where arrangements have been made to call students on different days to ensure social distance. Ahmed Khan, a Class 10 student of a private school, said, "Our class capacity is 60 but social Today only 20 students came due to ensure distance. ”  Only students who got written consent from parents were allowed to sit in the class. Funny Jokes

Schools in classes nine and 12 opened on Monday after the school was closed for almost a year in Kashmir due to Srinagar Kovid-19.  More than 60 percent of the student attendance was reported in most government schools.  An official of the school education department said that after matching the information, the exact figures will be known.  Higher attendance of students was seen in private schools where arrangements have been made to call students on different days to ensure social distance. Ahmed Khan, a Class 10 student of a private school, said, "Our class capacity is 60 but social Today only 20 students came due to ensure distance. ”  Only students who got written consent from parents were allowed to sit in the class. Funny Jokes

Rampur : A camp was organized on behalf of Safety Food Department under the leadership of Sandeep Aggarwal Soni, National President of Industry Trade Delegation at Tilak Nagar Colony, National Office of Industry Trade Delegation. A large number of traders reached the camp under the banner of Udyog Trade Delegation and registered the safety food by the inspectors of the department, Sandeep Singh and Vijay Anand.

Sandeep Aggarwal Soni, National President, Industry Trade Delegation, said on the occasion. That the officers and inspectors of the safety food department will be called and all the merchants will be registered by organizing camps in the entire district. District President Rajiv Sharma, Youth District President Arvind Gupta, City President Mahfooz Hussain, Youth City President Pulkit Agarwal, Food Safety Forum President Salvinder Virat, Media Incharge Atul Sharma, Khan Mohammad Javed, Surendra Gupta, Aadi were present on the occasion.

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