34 lakhs worth of food are wasted in schools

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Due to the corona epidemic, locks were hung in schools
The department had forgotten to take away the food stored in the schools
The teachers were forced to throw this bad material
Samvad news agency
Baraut (Bagpat). In order to prevent a corona infection, the Ministry of Education had closed the schools in the district by order of the government. In such a situation, the education department forgot to take away the food stored in the schools. As a result, Rs 34 lakh worth of food was wasted due to the schools being closed for 70 days. The teachers were forced to throw away the bad material.
According to the Ministry of Education, there are 332 primary schools, 192 high schools and 136 network schools in the district. In which a total of 70 thousand 370 children are registered. Because of the corona infection, the district’s schools were closed on April 17th. So that the corona infection can be controlled. The Ministry of Education officials forgot to take away other foods such as flour, rice, legumes, tomatoes, onions that were kept for the children’s lunch in schools. Now on Thursday the schools were reopened by order of the government. Approximately 34 lakh foods stored in all of the district’s schools were spoiled. The smell of tomatoes and onions kept in the school kitchens rose. At the same time, insects fell in rice and flour. In such a situation, teachers had to throw away bad material.
Groceries available for children
The primary school receives 2 kg ration per child. This contains 1.34 kg of wheat and 660 g of rice. In primary school, two kg of wheat and one kg of rice are available per child. Legumes, ghee, spices and green vegetables are also available. Rs 7.45 per child in elementary school and Rs 4.95 per child in elementary school. In such a situation, food worth about five thousand rupees was wasted in a school. In this way, approximately Rs 34 lakh of food was wasted in 660 schools in the district.
Damage from school closure
ABSA Vinod Verma said that due to the school being closed for 70 days, a lot of food has spoiled.
Food removal order not received
Navneet, district president of the East Secondary Teachers Association, says no government orders were received to get the food stored there before the school closed. As a result, hundreds of rupees worth of food have been wasted in schools in the district.

Due to the corona epidemic, locks were hung in schools

The department had forgotten to remove the food stored in the schools

The teachers were forced to throw this bad material

Samvad news agency

Baraut (Bagpat). In order to prevent a corona infection, the Ministry of Education had closed the schools in the district by order of the government. In such a situation, the education department forgot to take away the food stored in the schools. As a result, Rs 34 lakh worth of food was wasted due to the schools being closed for 70 days. The teachers were forced to throw away the bad material.

According to the Ministry of Education, there are 332 primary schools, 192 high schools and 136 network schools in the district. In which a total of 70 thousand 370 children are registered. Because of the corona infection, the district’s schools were closed on April 17th. So that the corona infection can be controlled. The Ministry of Education officials forgot to take away other foods such as flour, rice, legumes, tomatoes, onions that were kept for the children’s lunch in schools. Now on Thursday the schools were reopened by order of the government. About 34 lakh foods stored in all schools in the district were spoiled. The smell of tomatoes and onions kept in the school kitchens rose. At the same time, insects fell in rice and flour. In such a situation, teachers had to throw away bad material.

Groceries available for children

The primary school receives 2 kg ration per child. This contains 1.34 kg of wheat and 660 g of rice. In primary school, two kg of wheat and one kg of rice are available per child. Legumes, ghee, spices and green vegetables are also available. Rs 7.45 per child in elementary school and Rs 4.95 per child in elementary school. In such a situation, food worth about five thousand rupees was wasted in a school. In this way, approximately Rs 34 lakh of food was wasted in 660 schools in the district.

Damage from school closure

ABSA Vinod Verma said that due to the school being closed for 70 days, a lot of food has spoiled.

Food removal order not received

Navneet, district president of the East Secondary Teachers Association, says no government orders were received to get the food stored there before the school closed. As a result, hundreds of rupees worth of food have been wasted in schools in the district.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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