DSEK asked to ensure safety measures as authorities planning to reopen schools from mid-June

SRINAGAR: Authorities intends to reopen all the schools in Jammu and Kashmir from mid-June and has asked the education department to ensure safety measures to contain the spread of coronavirus.

As per the letter issued written by Director Finance, School Education Department to the director school education Kashmir and Jammu division asking them to issue necessary instructions to the heads of all government schools to provide all necessary item to the students in schools.

“Students should be provided a pair of reusable masks and a pair of gloves and ensure availability of one thousand ml bulk hand sanitizers and 1200 ml liquid soap with disperser at every point in each government school,” reads a letter.

“Expenditure on this account shall be debited to Samagra Grants released to all institutions for day to day Educational institutions in Kashmir were closed on March 9, 2020, two weeks ahead of the nation-wide lockdown announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to contain the spread of Coronavirus.

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