Education – Schools open but children missing due to rain

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Lakhimpur Kheri. On the instructions of the government, all the schools from class six to eight affiliated to all the boards opened from Tuesday, but the first day was washed away due to rain. It started raining early in the morning, which continued till ten o’clock. In such a situation, the number of students in private to government schools was very less. At the same time, examination centers were made for the private and government schools of the city for the PET paper. In such a situation, studies were completely disrupted on Tuesday.
After about 150 days, schools from English to Hindi and other boards opened. Most of the parents made preparations to send the children to school, but the rain that started on Tuesday morning ruined the hopes of parents and children. The children who were ready to go to school were left disappointed because of the rain. However, in some schools, students arrived, whose numbers were very less. Housing Development Status Dr. Hedgewar Saraswati Shishu Mandir Principal, Dinesh Kumar Awasthi told that due to rain, only 25 children came to school against 200 students registered in six, seven and eight. Whereas due to PET examination centers in most of the schools, the reading was postponed.
Scarecrow. After several months, rain eclipsed the open schools on Tuesday. The torrential rain which started at 6 am continued till 3 pm. In such a situation, the children did not go to school, but following the instructions of the government, the teachers were present.
Amirnagar. Schools from class six to eight opened, but the number of students remained negligible. Veeresh Kumar Gupta, principal of Zaheer Hasan Minority Inter College, said that on the first day, the number of students was very less. A total of 25 children of classes six, seven and eight were present in the pre-secondary school Amirnagar. Principal Deepti Bajpai told that it was the first day and the students could not come to school due to rain since morning. At the same time, only 12 students came to the Pre-Secondary School, Deoria.

The enthusiasm in the children showed in Palia and Mohammadi
Paliyakalan. Education in the English and Hindi medium schools of the city started again from Tuesday. The children were also excited to go to school. DL Bhargava, principal of Baldev Vedic Inter College, said that the hands of the children were sanitized at the gate. They were allowed to enter the school only by wearing a mask. He told that the entire college campus had been sanitized a day earlier for the safety of the students.
Mohammadi. 88 junior high school schools in the block area opened on Tuesday. BEO Jagannath Yadav said that on the first day two schools were inspected. In this, 10 children were present in primary school Bahadur Nagar and 11 in primary school Gurela. Mid-day meal was also made in schools. Dialogue

Lakhimpur Kheri. On the instructions of the government, all the schools from class six to eight affiliated to all the boards opened from Tuesday, but the first day was washed out due to rain. It started raining early in the morning, which continued till ten o’clock. In such a situation, the number of students in private to government schools was very less. At the same time, examination centers were made for the private and government schools of the city for the PET paper. In such a situation, studies were completely disrupted on Tuesday.

After about 150 days, schools from English to Hindi and other boards opened. Most of the parents made preparations to send the children to school, but the rain that started on Tuesday morning ruined the hopes of parents and children. The children who were ready to go to school were left disappointed because of the rain. However, in some schools, students arrived, whose numbers were very less. Housing Development Status Dr. Hedgewar Saraswati Shishu Mandir Principal, Dinesh Kumar Awasthi told that due to rain, only 25 children came to school against 200 students registered in six, seven and eight. Whereas due to PET examination centers in most of the schools, the reading was postponed.

Scarecrow. After several months, rain eclipsed the open schools on Tuesday. The torrential rain that started at 6 am continued till 3 pm. In such a situation, the children did not go to school, but the teachers were present following the instructions of the government.

Amirnagar. Schools from class six to eight were opened, but the number of students remained negligible. Veeresh Kumar Gupta, principal of Zaheer Hasan Minority Inter College, said that on the first day, the number of students was very less. A total of 25 children of classes six, seven and eight were present in the pre-secondary school Amirnagar. Principal Deepti Bajpai told that it was the first day and the students could not come to school due to rain since morning. At the same time, only 12 students came to the Pre-Secondary School, Deoria.

The enthusiasm in the children showed in Palia and Mohammadi

Paliyakalan. Education in the English and Hindi medium schools of the city started again from Tuesday. The children were also excited to go to school. DL Bhargava, principal of Baldev Vedic Inter College, said that the hands of the children were sanitized at the gate. They were allowed to enter the school only by wearing a mask. He told that the entire college campus had been sanitized a day earlier for the safety of the students.

Mohammadi. 88 junior high school schools in the block area opened on Tuesday. BEO Jagannath Yadav said that on the first day two schools were inspected. In this, 10 children were present in primary school Bahadur Nagar and 11 in primary school Gurela. Mid-day meal was also made in schools. Dialogue

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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