263 days of lunch must be taken into account

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263 days of lunch must be taken into account
Bijnor. Due to Kovid-19, teachers are required to account for the grains and money given to school children as part of lunch. The record of 263 days of lunch is scrutinized. All district blocking officers review the lunch records.
Schools are closed to children because of covid-19. The government ordered that the amount of the conversion costs for lunch and food grains be distributed to the schoolchildren. According to the order of the district basic education officer in the first phase 76 days of conversion costs and food grain, in the second phase 49 days from April to June 2020, from July to August 2020, 138 days in the third phase from September 2020 to February 28, 2021. The Record of distribution of food crops is reviewed. Overall, there was a stir among the teachers and village chiefs because the records of 263 days of feed grain were to be checked. It was ordered that food grains for the second and third phases would be distributed by July 15. Under government orders, the Block Education Officer will review the amount of lunches and food grains in all developing areas in the county. The order to check the lunchtime meal records caused panic among the teachers. There should be a large number of schools in which the settlement with the village chiefs has not yet taken place. In such a situation, instructors’ instructions to hastily review the records will not be accepted by the teachers.
On the other hand, Prashant Singh, District Minister of Uttar Pradesh Elementary School Teachers Association, said that there are a large number of schools that failed to provide schools with enough grain during lunch, which is why the teachers given ration We have difficulty in delivery. Block Education Officer Ajay Kumar said the teachers have been asked to correct the conversion records at the distribution of food crops so that the information can be sent to the government in a timely manner.
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There are approximately 222,000 enrolled students in the district’s city elementary and elementary schools. In addition, students in grades 6 to 8 of 57 recognized high schools and intercolleges benefit from lunch. About three lakh students in the district benefit from the lunch meal. It has become a problem for teachers to rush to request the records of all these students. It is said that the teachers were asked to provide the grocery grain records and conversion costs through the package managers.

263 days of lunch must be taken into account

Bijnor. Due to Kovid-19, teachers are required to account for the grains and money given to school children as part of lunch. The record of 263 days of lunch is scrutinized. All district blocking officers review the lunch records.

Schools are closed to children because of covid-19. The government ordered that the amount of the conversion costs for lunch and food grains be distributed to the schoolchildren. According to the order of the district basic education officer in the first phase 76 days of conversion costs and food grain, in the second phase 49 days from April to June 2020, from July to August 2020, 138 days in the third phase from September 2020 to February 28, 2021. The Record of distribution of food crops is reviewed. Overall, there was a stir among the teachers and village chiefs because the records of 263 days of feed grain were to be checked. It was ordered that food grains for the second and third phases would be distributed by July 15. Under government orders, the Block Education Officer will review the amount of lunches and food grains in all developing areas in the county. The order to check the lunchtime meal records caused panic among the teachers. There should be a large number of schools in which the settlement with the village chiefs has not yet taken place. In such a situation, instructors’ instructions to hastily review the records will not be accepted by the teachers.

On the other hand, Prashant Singh, District Minister of Uttar Pradesh Elementary School Teachers Association, said that there are a large number of schools that failed to provide schools with enough grain during lunch, which is why the teachers given ration We have difficulty in delivery. Block Education Officer Ajay Kumar said the teachers have been asked to correct the conversion records at the distribution of food crops so that the information can be sent to the government in a timely manner.

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There are approximately 222,000 enrolled students in the district’s city elementary and elementary schools. In addition, students in grades 6 to 8 of 57 recognized high schools and intercolleges benefit from lunch. About three lakh students in the district benefit from the lunch meal. It has become a problem for teachers to rush to request the records of all these students. It is said that the teachers were asked to provide the grocery grain records and conversion costs through the package managers.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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