Schools and colleges in the Kashmir Valley reopened on Monday, months after they had to be shut due to the winter vacation.
Rainfall greeted students on their first day at school this year, as they trickle back from, winter break during which the valley witnessed one of the heaviest snowfalls in recent years.
Normal academic session in the Valley has disrupted since 2016 when locals protested and clashed with government forces in the wake of the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani and two of his colleagues on July 8.
Students were seen very happy while going to their schools after the long vacations and the teachers were seen busy in welcoming the students. The students expressed joy over the warm welcome they received in their schools.
The classwork also resumed for high and higher secondary schools along with colleges and universities on Monday.
Special Thanks to Hamdaniya Public High School, Kunzer Tangmarg and its Students.