More than 20 schools have been burnt in Kashmir over the last 2 months. While the state government, opposition and separatists are arguing over who is behind this attacks, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court has asked state officials to take preventive measures saying that we need to save the schools from 'enemies of education'. Educational institutions in the state have been closed since the unrest began in July. No classes have been held for four months but the state government insists on holding exams in November. Activists and students want the exams to be postponed. On Agenda today, we discuss: who is targeting the schools of Kashmir? Should exams in the valley be postponed?