Education – There is no school-university nearby, people get angry when they leave

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There is no school-institute nearby, people get angry when they go far
Bulandshahr. You won’t believe it, but that’s the truth. The daughters of 10 villages in the Jahangirabad bloc, located between 70 and 80 km from the country’s capital, Delhi, dropped out of class VIII because there are no schools or colleges nearby to continue their studies. There is no public transport to reach schools and colleges that are between 12 and 15 kilometers away. Some bravely decided to ride their bikes but the daughters were defeated at the audacity of the martyrs. When Amar Ujala’s team visited these villages, this bitter truth came to the fore.
Shweta, Anjali, Bharti, Coco, Kajal, who work in the fields of Bamanpur taluka village, said they want to study but there is no facility to study after class eight in the village. If you want to study more, you have to go 12 miles to get there. There is no way to get there. Even if you ride a bike, the roads are deserted, there are incidents of abuse of girls every day. Relatives are afraid of this. The financial situation of parents is not so good that while enrolling in private schools, they can pay the cost of school vehicles along with the payment of fees.
he left school after the abuse
Two daughters living in Bhiroli village said that in January the students were harassed while going to Shivali school from their village. As the matter escalated, Panchayat was also made within the village. Police did not take any action in this case. At the same time, the education of the victimized students was stopped and, along with them, other relatives also managed to get their daughters to drop out of school. The education of many girls stopped at the same time after the eighth grade. If there had been a university in or near the village, we could have made a better future through education.
The daughters of the village of Bansuri are frightened by the road
Khushi and Jyoti, daughters of the village of Bansuri, said the distance from the school to the village is about 10 kilometers. After 8th we expressed our desire to study, the relatives also agreed. During this time, reports of student abuse began to get in the way. He flatly refused to send him to school. There are many families like this in this village, who are big landowners, they don’t even send their daughters to study.
More than 20 families got rid of their daughters’ education
Arvind Kumar Sharma, husband of the head of the village of Anjani, said the distance to the school is more than nine kilometers. Parents are afraid to send them because of abuse and other incidents. After VIII, he appealed to more than 20 families to get admission to the Kasturba Gandhi girls ’school to continue the students’ further studies, but the parents did not send the daughters to study out of fear.
The education of the girls in these villages has stopped
In the villages of Mahgaura, Bamanpur taluka, Bahir Kheda, Muradgarhi, Janora, Bhiroli, Naubatpur, Balkha, Gadia, Kishanpur, Khanpura, Anjani, Bansri, Nabinagar, Kurena, Kothara and Fatehpur, there is no education system after the eighth. standard.
Said the father
I stopped my daughter’s education after the class of eight because there is no agreement to continue her studies in the village. He is afraid of being sent. – Balveer Guardian Village Bamanpur
I have two nieces. They both used to go to school, but they stopped sending them to school for fear of incidents of sexual abuse outside the village. She helps with household chores. – Sonu Kumar, guardian village of Bhiroli
More than 40 percent of the daughters in my village cannot study after the eighth grade. The school is 12 km from the village. Parents do not send them out of fear. The construction of a school in the village has been called for many times.- Shripal Singh, village chief, Bamanpur taluka
There were frequent incidents of student sexual abuse while on the way to school. As a result, parents stopped sending their daughters to school. Many village panchayats were held. After making the decision, the police resolved the matter. – Sanjeev Kumar, head of Bhiroli village

There is no school-institute nearby, people get angry when they go far

Bulandshahr. You won’t believe it, but that’s the truth. The daughters of 10 villages in the Jahangirabad bloc, located between 70 and 80 km from the country’s capital, Delhi, dropped out of class VIII because there are no schools or colleges nearby to continue their studies. There is no public transport to reach schools and colleges that are between 12 and 15 kilometers away. Some bravely decided to ride their bikes but the daughters were defeated at the audacity of the martyrs. When Amar Ujala’s team visited these villages, this bitter truth came to the fore.

Shweta, Anjali, Bharti, Coco, Kajal, who work in the fields of Bamanpur taluka village, said they want to study but there is no facility to study after class eight in the village. If you want to study more, you have to go 12 miles to get there. There is no way to get there. Even if you ride a bike, the roads are deserted, there are incidents of abuse of girls every day. Relatives are afraid of this. The financial situation of parents is not so good that while enrolling in private schools, they can pay the cost of school vehicles along with the payment of fees.

he left school after the abuse

Two daughters living in Bhiroli village said that in January the students were harassed while going to Shivali school from their village. As the matter escalated, Panchayat was also made within the village. Police did not take any action in this case. At the same time, the education of the victimized students was stopped and, along with them, other relatives also managed to get their daughters to drop out of school. The education of many girls stopped at the same time after the eighth grade. If there had been a university in or near the village, we could have made a better future through education.

The daughters of the village of Bansuri are frightened by the road

Khushi and Jyoti, daughters of the village of Bansuri, said the distance from the school to the village is about 10 kilometers. After 8th we expressed our desire to study, the relatives also agreed. During this time, reports of student abuse began to get in the way. He flatly refused to send him to school. There are many families like this in this village, who are big landowners, they don’t even send their daughters to study.

More than 20 families got rid of their daughters’ education

Arvind Kumar Sharma, husband of the head of Anjani village, said the distance from the school is more than nine kilometers. Parents are afraid to send them because of abuse and other incidents. After VIII, he appealed to more than 20 families to get admission to the Kasturba Gandhi girls ’school to continue the students’ further studies, but the parents did not send the daughters to study out of fear.

The education of the girls in these villages has stopped

In the villages of Mahgaura, Bamanpur taluka, Bahir Kheda, Muradgarhi, Janora, Bhiroli, Naubatpur, Balkha, Gadia, Kishanpur, Khanpura, Anjani, Bansri, Nabinagar, Kurena, Kothara, Fatehpur, there is no education system after the eighth standard.

Said the father

I stopped my daughter’s education after the class of eight because there is no agreement to continue her studies in the village. He is afraid of being sent. – Balveer Guardian Village Bamanpur

I have two nieces. They both used to go to school, but they stopped sending them to school for fear of incidents of sexual abuse outside the village. She helps with household chores. – Sonu Kumar, guardian village of Bhiroli

More than 40 percent of the daughters in my village cannot study after the eighth grade. The school is 12 km from the village. Parents do not send them out of fear. The construction of a school in the village has been called for many times.- Shripal Singh, village chief, Bamanpur taluka

There were frequent incidents of student sexual abuse while on the way to school. As a result, parents stopped sending their daughters to school. Many village panchayats were held. After making the decision, the police resolved the matter. – Sanjeev Kumar, head of Bhiroli village

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