Hi vivek. Yes it is possible to configure two DHCP pools on for different networks. Just make sure that you give the pools two different names and configure two different interfaces to have ip addresses in the two subnets.
If the interface ip addresses are not in the same subnet as the pool network, you can use the 'ip helper-address' command that converts the dhcp broadcast to a unicast message directed to your DHCP server.
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