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DM examined the primary school children
DM arrived at the primary school located in the village of Parsa Jagir
Only 219 children were present compared to 337, expressing their displeasure
Samvad News Agency
colony. On Wednesday, DM Priyanka Niranjan took the exam for the children of Parsa Jagir Primary School in Sadar area. Three children in class four were asked to write a table. When the children wrote the table, the DM slapped them on the back. Here the DM expressed its displeasure at the presence of less assistance. Instructions were given for a maternal conference with the mothers. Meet parents and motivate them to send their children to school.
The DM, who arrived at the school in the morning, first checked attendance. Here there were 219 pupils present in primary instead of 337, while in secondary, 105 pupils instead of 182. The DM expressed its displeasure at this. More than half of the children had come here without a dress, and the DM told the children to come to school in the old dress until the money for the new dress arrived.
Expressing her displeasure at the presence of 219 students out of 337 in Parsa Jagir primary school and 105 out of 182 in secondary school, district magistrate Priyanka Niranjan directed all teachers to ensure attendance at 100% of the students of the school. Motivate children to send their children to school by giving mother-to-mother conferences and parent-child meetings.
The district magistrate inspected the Parsa Jagir compound school. Despite prior notice of arrival, more than half of the children were present without proper clothing. The district magistrate also gave instructions as to why until the money arrives for the new year, the children have to go to school in old clothes. He said a school room should be prepared as a science lab. For 6th, 7th and 8th graders to do and learn elementary science. He also inspected the smart class where the projector is installed. Instructions were given for the children to sit in the room and study the text material available on the Internet.
The DM directed to prepare a proposal to raise the damaged boundary wall towards the center of Anganwadi by having it repaired. The plantation was later done at Bal Vatika. On this occasion, BSA Indrajit Prajapati, Chief Doctor Shiv Prasad, Amit Kumar, the head of the Rammurat village were present.

DM examined the primary school children

DM arrived at the primary school located in the village of Parsa Jagir

Only 219 children were present compared to 337, expressing their displeasure

Samvad News Agency

colony. On Wednesday, DM Priyanka Niranjan took the exam for the children of Parsa Jagir Primary School in Sadar area. Three children in class four were asked to write a table. When the children wrote the table, the DM slapped them on the back. Here the DM expressed its displeasure at the presence of less assistance. Instructions were given for a maternal conference with the mothers. Meet parents and motivate them to send their children to school.

The DM, who arrived at the school in the morning, first checked attendance. Here there were 219 pupils present in primary instead of 337, while in secondary, 105 pupils instead of 182. The DM expressed its displeasure at this. More than half of the children had come here without a dress, and the DM told the children to come to school in the old dress until the money for the new dress arrived.

Expressing her displeasure at the presence of 219 students out of 337 in Parsa Jagir primary school and 105 out of 182 in secondary school, district magistrate Priyanka Niranjan directed all teachers to ensure attendance at 100% of the students of the school. Motivate children to send their children to school by giving mother-to-mother conferences and parent-child meetings.

The district magistrate inspected the Parsa Jagir compound school. Despite prior notice of arrival, more than half of the children were present without proper clothing. The district magistrate also gave instructions as to why until the money arrives for the new year, the children have to go to school in old clothes. He said a school room should be prepared as a science lab. For 6th, 7th and 8th graders to do and learn elementary science. He also inspected the smart class where the projector is installed. Instructions were given for the children to sit in the room and study the text material available on the Internet.

The DM directed to prepare a proposal to raise the damaged boundary wall towards the center of Anganwadi by having it repaired. The plantation was later done at Bal Vatika. On this occasion, BSA Indrajit Prajapati, Chief Doctor Shiv Prasad, Amit Kumar, the head of the Rammurat village were present.

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