Back to class Colleges in Kashmir reopen after year of COVID 19
After remaining shut for almost the entire academic session last year degree colleges in Kashmir reopened on Monday amid partial attendance of students and strict COVID-19 SOPs put in place by the government.
The colleges reopened in the valley this morning amid a staggered attendance at many institutions already announced by the authorities. At Abdul Ahad Azad Memorial Degree College Bemina in Srinagar the authorities had on Wednesday announced classes for different semesters on rotational basis.
The college has scheduled 2nd semester classes on Monday and Tuesday those of 4th semester on Wednesday and Thursday and 6th semester classes on Friday and Saturday. For Soliha Zubair a journalism student at the college the resumption of offline classes is ideal for her subject.