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DSEK inspects Board exam centres at Anantnag, Pulwama, Kulgam

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SRINAGAR, OCTOBER 30: Director School Education Kashmir (DSEK), Mohammad Younis Malik today inspected various Board examination centres in Anantnag, Pulwama and Kulgam districts.

The Director Education visited GHSS Qazigund, HSS Visoo, HSS Wanpoh, HSS Bijbehara, HSS Lethpora and Zeba Aapa School for specially-abled children at Bijbehara.

During the visit, DSEK expressed satisfaction over the arrangements made by the concerned for smooth conduct of the examinations.

He impressed upon the heads of educational institutions to ensure that students do not face any difficulty during the examinations.

Later, DSEK took stock of work on Zeba Aapa School for Children with Special Needs at Bijbehara. He also interacted with specially-abled children there. He advised the concerned to create an atmosphere of safety and security for the Children with special needs. He passed on directions to the concerned officers for constructing the building in such a way so that such children do not face any difficulty.

Chief Education Officer Anantnag and other concerned accompanied the Director Education during his visit.

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