Education – list passed without installation of submersibles in more than 15 schools, preparation for action

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Pilibhit. The government’s Jal Jeevan Mission 100-Day Campaign has been discounted by the executive organization he designates, UPCL. Even after installing submersible pumps in six municipal schools, the institution installed another pump each time. At the same time, pumping was demonstrated in more than 15 schools without submersible boats being installed. When the matter came to light upon review, Education Department officials panicked. BSA passed this information on to DM and CDO. The organization is initially banned from working.
As part of the Jal Jeevan Mission 100 day campaign, submersible pumps were to be installed in the district’s community schools. In this regard, the government obtained information on the schools’ hand pumps and submersible pumps from the Department of Basic Education in November last year. The government had given UP Project Corporation Limited responsibility for installing submersible pumps in schools. It is said that the work organization started installing submersible pumps in schools without contacting officials from the Basic Education Department. A few days ago the executive handed over the list for the installation of submersible pumps in 56 municipal schools to the department for basic education. BSA Chandrakesh Singh informed DM Pulkit Khare and CDO Prashant Srivastava when they heard about the installation of a submersible pump by the executing organization without informing them. The CDO instructed that the inspection of the submersible pumps brought by UPCL should be carried out. (Conversation)
The review was carried out in 56 schools
According to the instructions of the CDO, the verification in these 56 schools was carried out through the control room of Mission Kayakalp. According to district coordinator Bau Pankaj Shakya, the investigation conducted through the control room found two submersible pumps in six schools. Although pumps were installed in these schools, another pump was installed by the institution. At the same time, names of more than 15 such schools were added to the list, in which the pump was detected as installed, but upon verification it was found that the pump was not installed. It is said that the cost of a pump is more than Rs. Here the BSA submitted its report to DM and CDO to disclose the matter.
The management team also recognized the mistakes
A few months ago a team of three from the management inspected submersible pumps at six schools on behalf of the government. Several serious shortcomings were also found during the inspection. In this case, the base was not built under the tank; instead of 18 feet, the pump was installed at a depth of only 20 feet.
When inspecting submersible pumps in community schools, many serious shortcomings were identified. His report is in preparation. A report on appropriate action in relation to the institution will be sent to the government shortly.
Prashant Srivastava, CDO
Under the direction of the government, UP Project Corporation Limited, the executive body, was to install submersible pumps in city schools. The list was drawn up by the institution responsible for installing submersibles in 56 schools in the district. When the inspection was carried out on the instructions of senior officials, an additional pump was installed in some schools even after submersible pumps were installed. In some schools the installation of pumps without submersible pumps was shown. His report was sent to the higher authorities.
– Chandrakesh Singh, district primary education chairman

Pilibhit. The government’s Jal Jeevan Mission 100-Day Campaign has been discounted by the executive organization he designates, UPCL. Even after installing submersible pumps in six municipal schools, the institution installed another pump each time. At the same time, pumping was demonstrated in more than 15 schools without submersible boats being installed. When the matter came to light upon review, the Education Department officials panicked. BSA passed this information on to DM and CDO. The organization is initially banned from working.

As part of the Jal Jeevan Mission 100 day campaign, submersible pumps were to be installed in the district’s community schools. In this regard, in November last year the government obtained information from the Office for Basic Education about the schools regarding hand pumps and submersible pumps. The government had given UP Project Corporation Limited responsibility for installing submersible pumps in schools. It is said that the work organization started installing submersible pumps in schools without contacting officials from the Basic Education Department. A few days ago the executive handed over the list for the installation of submersible pumps in 56 municipal schools to the department for basic education. BSA Chandrakesh Singh informed DM Pulkit Khare and CDO Prashant Srivastava when they heard about the installation of a submersible pump by the executing organization without informing them. The CDO instructed that the inspection of the submersible pumps brought by UPCL should be carried out. (Conversation)

The review was carried out in 56 schools

According to the instructions of the CDO, the verification in these 56 schools was carried out through the control room of Mission Kayakalp. According to district coordinator Bau Pankaj Shakya, the investigation conducted through the control room found two submersible pumps in six schools. Although pumps were installed in these schools, another pump was installed by the institution. At the same time, names of more than 15 such schools were added to the list, in which the pump was detected as installed, but upon verification it was found that the pump was not installed. It is said that the cost of a pump is more than Rs. Here the BSA submitted its report to DM and CDO to disclose the matter.

The management team also recognized the mistakes

A few months ago a team of three from the management inspected submersible pumps at six schools on behalf of the government. Several serious shortcomings were also found during the inspection. In this case, the base was not built under the tank; instead of 18 feet, the pump was installed at a depth of only 20 feet.

When inspecting submersible pumps in community schools, many serious shortcomings were identified. His report is in preparation. A report on appropriate action in relation to the institution will be sent to the government shortly.

Prashant Srivastava, CDO

Under the direction of the government, UP Project Corporation Limited, the executive body, was to install submersible pumps in city schools. The list was drawn up by the institution responsible for installing submersibles in 56 schools in the district. When the inspection was carried out on the instructions of senior officials, an additional pump was installed in some schools even after the installation of submersible pumps. In some schools the installation of pumps without submersible pumps was shown. His report was sent to the higher authorities.

– Chandrakesh Singh, district primary education chairman

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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