In Frames: Amid Strict COVID SOPs, Class 12 Annual Exams Begin In Kashmir

Around 74,000 students have registered for this year's class 12 examination for which J&K Board of School Education has set up 739 examination centres in government and private schools across Kashmir.
In Frames: Amid Strict COVID SOPs, Class 12 Annual Exams Begin In Kashmir
Candidates at an examination centre during the opening paper of class 12 annual examination-2021 at a school in Srinagar on Tuesday November 9, 2021.Mubashir Khan for Greater Kashmir
A staffer screens a girl as part of the COVID-19 SOPs at a centre ahead of the opening paper of class 12 annual exam 2021 in Srinagar on Tuesday November 9, 2021.
A staffer screens a girl as part of the COVID-19 SOPs at a centre ahead of the opening paper of class 12 annual exam 2021 in Srinagar on Tuesday November 9, 2021.Mubashir Khan for Greater Kashmir
A staffer provides hand sanitizer to a girl as part of the COVID-19 SOPs at a centre ahead of the opening paper of class 12 annual exam 2021 in Srinagar on Tuesday November 9, 2021.
A staffer provides hand sanitizer to a girl as part of the COVID-19 SOPs at a centre ahead of the opening paper of class 12 annual exam 2021 in Srinagar on Tuesday November 9, 2021. Mubashir Khan for Greater Kashmir
Around 74,000 students have registered for this year's class 12 examination for which J&K Board of School Education has set up 739 examination centres in government and private schools across Kashmir.
Around 74,000 students have registered for this year's class 12 examination for which J&K Board of School Education has set up 739 examination centres in government and private schools across Kashmir.Mubashir Khan for Greater Kashmir
The heads of the schools where exam centres have been set up, have been asked to ensure all the COVID-19 guidelines issued by the government for holding exams, are followed in letter in spirit.
The heads of the schools where exam centres have been set up, have been asked to ensure all the COVID-19 guidelines issued by the government for holding exams, are followed in letter in spirit. Mubashir Khan for Greater Kashmir
The students appearing in class 10 to 12 annual examinations have been given 30 percent relaxation in syllabus by the JKBOSE, in view of the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic.
The students appearing in class 10 to 12 annual examinations have been given 30 percent relaxation in syllabus by the JKBOSE, in view of the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic.Mubashir Khan for Greater Kashmir

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