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Internet Blockade Messes with Education in Kashmir

48, 000 High school students in Kashmir appear for examination amidst complete internet blockage in the region.

Pir Azhar, Community Correspondent from Kupwara district reports that Kashmiri students were in the dark regarding their examination dates. Because of the “Security Measures” taken after the abrogation of Special Status of Jammu and Kashmir allotted under Article 370 of Indian Constitution, schools were shut and students could not prepare fully for the examination. They worry about qualifying for the upcoming examination.

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