Eddie Basic is furious after seeing bags, shoes, and science kits in closed boxes

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Saharapur. AD Basic Yograj Singh’s mercury rose due to clutter in elementary and secondary schools and failure to implement government programs. While he was giving instructions to cut the salaries of the school heads concerned, he was looking for a proposal to force the retirement of two careless school heads. The teachers were moved by AD Basic’s action.
AD Basic Yograj Singh inspected many community schools in the district on Friday. First, AD Basic reached Sanviliyat Vidyalaya Sanwalpur Nawada. Wherever there was dirt on the school premises, the goods were found lying chaotically. In addition, 16 school bags and 16 pairs of shoes were found in the rooms, which should be distributed to the students. The money for lunch has not yet been transferred to the parents’ accounts for all children. One hand pump was found to be defective, while the other’s water was not declared potable. The teachers are also not interested in the e-pathshala program. A relatively large number of students have not been associated with online education. Director Mithlesh Kumari could not give a satisfactory answer to the unrest. Whereupon AD Basic gave instructions to stop its growth.
After opening the premises of the Upper Primary School, Sanwalpur Nawada, it was found that the science kit mailed by the department for the students had not been opened for almost four years. While with the help of the science equipment in the kit, science experiments should be conducted with the students. This kit was bought by the headmistress Beila Devi. Beila Devi is also not interested in E-Pathshala. Therefore, a proposal for his compulsory retirement was requested.
Teacher Seema said to take action against her for not using the science kit. Nine boxes of math kits and four boxes of exercise books were found at Chhidbana Elementary School. Headmistress Shyamlal said that this material should be distributed to other schools, which has not yet been done. The school’s inverter was also found defective during the inspection. 29 children did not receive any means for lunch. Shyamlal was also asked to submit a proposal for compulsory retirement.

Saharapur. AD Basic Yograj Singh’s mercury rose due to clutter in elementary and secondary schools and failure to implement government programs. While he was giving instructions to cut the salaries of the school heads concerned, he was looking for a proposal to force the retirement of two careless school heads. The teachers were moved by AD Basic’s action.

AD Basic Yograj Singh inspected many community schools in the district on Friday. First, AD Basic reached Sanviliyat Vidyalaya Sanwalpur Nawada. Wherever there was rubbish on the school premises, the goods were found lying chaotically. In addition, 16 school bags and 16 pairs of shoes were found in the rooms, which should be distributed to the students. The money for lunch has not yet been transferred to the parents’ accounts for all children. One hand pump was found to be defective, while the other’s water was not declared potable. The teachers are also not interested in the e-pathshala program. A relatively large number of students have not been associated with online education. Director Mithlesh Kumari could not give a satisfactory answer to the unrest. Whereupon AD Basic gave instructions to stop its growth.

After opening the premises of the Upper Primary School, Sanwalpur Nawada, it was found that the science kit mailed by the department for the students had not been opened for almost four years. While with the help of the science equipment in the kit, science experiments should be conducted with the students. This kit was bought by the headmistress Beila Devi. Beila Devi is also not interested in E-Pathshala. Therefore, a proposal for his compulsory retirement was requested.

Teacher Seema said to take action against her for not using the science kit. Nine boxes of math kits and four boxes of exercise books were found at Chhidbana Elementary School. Headmistress Shyamlal said that this material should be distributed to other schools, which has not yet been done. The school’s inverter was also found defective during the inspection. 29 children did not receive any means for lunch. Shyamlal was also asked to submit a proposal for compulsory retirement.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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