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Education suffers in Kashmir’s ‘endless’ lockdown

Students in Indian-administered Kashmir have missed most of their school year due to the fact that the troubled region has been almost in endless lockdown.

First, a lockdown was imposed following the decision to revoke the region’s special status. And then, the Covid-19 pandemic has shut schools again. Slow internet speeds mean that online classes are not viable as either a teaching tool or a learning one.

So some people are trying to change that by conducting schools for students in the open.

Video by Neha Sharma and Aamir Peerzada

Click Here to Visit Orignal Source of Article https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-53653356

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