Srinagar: A huge number of students in Kashmir have got new admissions in government schools in the past week, KNO reported, quoting an unnamed official of Directorate of School Education Kashmir (DSEK).
The news agency reported that in the last week, more than 30,000 students have got admitted to various government schools across ten districts of the Valley.
Besides fresh admissions, the official said, some admissions were from those students who were previously studying in private schools and have now shifted to government schools.
“In the past week, we have received hundreds of such new enrolments that were already studying in private schools,” the official said.
“We are more focused on infrastructure and academics and in past years we have developed the school education in Kashmir,” the official said. “We hope we will get more admissions this year as compared to last year.” (KNO)
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