Education – Shabby wall, aluminum lintel… government school children sit here and study

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badaun No matter how many promises to improve children’s education and future, everyone knows the basic truth. The condition of government schools is also not hidden from anyone. The education here is well known, but the condition of the school buildings is also bad. The situation in about 10 of the city’s 23 schools is such that children and teachers are afraid to even sit down. Somewhere there are dilapidated walls of old bricks and somewhere the lintels have been made by stretching sheet metal. Now it is a compulsion to study and teach in the sun and rain.
The roof of Kabulpura Primary School Number Three continues to leak continuously during rainy days. According to the school staff, one day suddenly the roof of the school collapsed, after which the roof was prepared with the help of aluminum foil. Fortunately, when the roof collapsed, the summer holidays were going on, so no one was hurt.
Kabulpura Primary School Number Two building was also declared safe years ago. The roof of this school, even most of the walls have been broken and in bad condition. After that, the staff started teaching the students in the open air. Later, the staff have started teaching the children by sitting the aluminum foil underneath.
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This is the situation in all schools, no one to listen to
Not only these two schools but the condition of primary schools Lalpul, Farshori Tola, Khandsari one and Khandsari number two is also very bad. In these schools, students are forced to study outdoors. In these schools, teachers are working with the money from Operation Kayakalp by putting up tin covers and tarpaulins etc. According to the staff of these schools, many times the authorities have been informed about this, but no hearing has been done so far.
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If there is no roof, there is also the possibility of theft.
Due to the lack of roof in most of the dilapidated schools, where students and staff are facing problems, there is also the fear of theft in the schools. In this situation, most of the valuables are forced to take them to the neighboring houses or with them. Many schools do not have toilets. In this situation, both staff and children are worried.
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A student has been injured due to linter plaster falling in Sakhnu
The Sanvilian Vidyalaya Sakhanu building is also in ruins. It has been declared preserved, but so far the department has not set its sights on demolishing this building and constructing a new one. The result of this negligence was that on August 18, the plaster of the lintel broke and fell on the student Arun, in which he was seriously injured. The teachers attended to him immediately.
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Schools that are in a dilapidated state in the city are being flagged. Once the identification is made, additional measures will be taken.
– Anand Prakash Sharma, BSA

badaun No matter how many promises to improve children’s education and future, everyone knows the basic truth. The condition of government schools is also not hidden from anyone. The education here is well known, but the condition of the school buildings is also bad. The situation in about 10 of the city’s 23 schools is such that children and teachers are afraid to even sit down. Somewhere there are dilapidated walls of old bricks and somewhere the lintels have been made by stretching sheet metal. Now it is a compulsion to study and teach in the sun and rain.

The roof of Kabulpura Primary School Number Three continues to leak continuously during rainy days. According to the school staff, one day suddenly the roof of the school collapsed, after which the roof was prepared with the help of aluminum foil. Fortunately, when the roof collapsed, the summer holidays were going on, so no one was hurt.

Kabulpura Primary School Number Two building was also declared safe years ago. The roof of this school, even most of the walls have been broken and in bad condition. After that, the staff started teaching the students in the open air. Later, the staff have started teaching the children by sitting the aluminum foil underneath.

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This is the situation in all schools, no one to listen to

Not only these two schools but the condition of primary schools Lalpul, Farshori Tola, Khandsari one and Khandsari number two is also very bad. In these schools, students are forced to study outdoors. In these schools, teachers are working with the money from Operation Kayakalp by putting up tin covers and tarpaulins etc. According to the staff of these schools, many times the authorities have been informed about this, but no hearing has been done so far.

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If there is no roof, there is also the possibility of theft.

Due to the lack of roof in most of the dilapidated schools, where students and staff are facing problems, there is also the fear of theft in the schools. In this situation, most of the valuables are forced to take them to the neighboring houses or with them. Many schools do not have toilets. In this situation, both staff and children are worried.

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A student has been injured due to linter plaster falling in Sakhnu

The Sanvilian Vidyalaya Sakhanu building is also in ruins. It has been declared preserved, but so far the department has not set its sights on demolishing this building and constructing a new one. The result of this negligence was that on August 18, the plaster of the lintel broke and fell on the student Arun, in which he was seriously injured. The teachers attended to him immediately.

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Schools that are in a dilapidated state in the city are being flagged. Once the identification is made, additional measures will be taken.

– Anand Prakash Sharma, BSA

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