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The state BOSE has decided to postpone the class 12th examination scheduled on Monday (October 21).


Suhail Bhat

The director school education Kashmir (DSEK) G N Itoo said the decision was taken by the divisional administration after taking feedback from all the deputy commissioners (DC) of Kashmir districts.


“The fresh dates for deferred exam will be issued separately, later,” Itoo said.

Meanwhile, the authorities at Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST) have also postponed the exams scheduled for tomorrow.

“The dates for deferred exams will be notified later separately,” the spokesman of the varsity said, adding that the classwork will also remain suspended in the varsity on Monday.

The Kashmir Walla

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