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Children cannot enter the government secondary school, Darwa, Chandigarh from gate number 2. This administrative order does not exist, but people who have animals around the school have made it a place to dump manure. of cow. Alam is that outside the door number, a lot of manure on the street and along with the garbage has been kept illegally closed. Lunch meal is brought through this door. The outer space of the door is also illegally occupied. People in the area and the school have complained to the administration about it, but no solution has been found.
About 1300 children are studying at GHS Darwa from kindergarten to class X, but the school has only 14 rooms. In the last session, the school had 15 classrooms but the department of education has acquired one in the name of the installation of smart panels. Now this room is used for smart classroom. Ordinary classes cannot be held here.
School principal Suresh said many children come to the area to enter, but due to lack of rooms, they are sent to schools in the nearby sectors for admission. Neighbors explained that there is no library or playground inside the school. There is no medical room here. Initially the school was primary, then middle school. About 9 years ago a new block was refurbished on the first floor of the school and the school became an institute but no arrangements were made. There is no laboratory in the school.
The swing becomes a danger to children
The slippery swings installed at GHS Darwa pose a danger to children. The starting point of the shoe is completely broken due to rust. At the school there are two sheets, both in the same state.
Fall of the balconies due to the ruined building
The balconies are falling apart due to the dilapidated state of the school building. There are cracks in the balcony of the old building. In many places, some part of the balcony has broken and fallen, but there is no one to repair it. When even a small part falls, it can cause injury to the child.
Administration to build a new school on Shamlat land
The problem of the school has been discussed many times with the administration and a written complaint has been made about the situation. The state of the school is very bad. The administration should propose a new school building on the village’s Shamlat grounds and make it a school for primary school children. – Bimla Dubey, Regional Councilor
Water accumulates outside the school in the rain
Water accumulates outside the school during rains. The water stagnates at the school because the school building is low. There the school is very small. There are no facilities for children at the school. Most children are studying in Sector 27 and 28 schools after going three or four miles away. Gurpreet Singh, ancient sarpanch, Darwa
sewer problem at school
There is a sewer problem at the school. It is an old building, so the sewer is also from that time. Very often the bathrooms are also clogged. There are many facilities at the school, but there is a great lack of space near the school. Suresh Kumar, chief, GHS Darwa