If there is a forest bush after 100 days, then there is a lot of dirt in the schools

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Ayodhya. In the midst of adversity, these scenes of schools that opened in the district on Thursday after a hundred days are just exemplary. More or less the same situation was observed in most schools on Thursday. When “Amar Ujala’s team” took stock of various schools at different times on Thursday, there was need everywhere. Locks were found somewhere in the schools. Somewhere, even when the school opened, the teachers stayed away. Most of the schools were littered with rubbish.
All teachers and trainers were present in the Pre-Secondary School Rampur Bhagan under Bikapur. Due to the long closure, the school grounds looked dirty. Headmistress Neelam Mishra said the sweeper was asked to clean up the bushes grown on the school grounds. Opening of the school in the Raujagaon primary school.
Headmistress Sunita Rani said that all eight staff were present. Nine employees were present in the first English-speaking primary school. Headmistress Anuradha Pandey said all people are doing the work of data feeding children on the Prerna portal. The school is being cleaned.
Assistant teacher Bhagwan Das was present at Shri Shringi Rishi, the former Mayan secondary school for education. There was a grasshopper in the yard. Teacher Bhagwan Das said that the yard is being cleaned. Hussainpur Sujanpur Primary School stayed open, but there was dirt on the premises. Rector Chhaya Singh said that because the school had been closed for days, the dirt had spread in the courtyard and that the cleaning staff would soon be called and cleaned.
Development Block Maya’s former Bodhipur secondary school remained open, but teachers remained absent. Instructor Indu Patel, cook Tirtha Devi and Nisha Devi were present. Headmaster Rajesh Dubey and assistant teacher Shikha Yadav were absent. Instructor Indu Patel gave Radha, a 7th grade student, the letter of admission.
At the Adilpur Girls’ Preschool on Harringtonganj Block, school closed at 1:45 a.m. The cleanliness in the school was poor. The leaves were scattered all over the floor. Bushes and large grass grew. A teacher said on the phone that we went to school, had just left.
The former Benipur secondary and elementary school opened, but there was a lot of dirt. Large bushes could be seen in the area. Headmistress Anju Shukla said that all 16 employees in both schools are data feeding the children on the Prerna portal. The sweeper was asked to clean the premises but did not show up.
There was a waterlogging problem at Dharampur Elementary School in the Tarun area. The principal in charge, Gaurav Vansh, said many complaints have been filed about the waterlogging problem, but it has not been resolved. The assistant teacher Anita Yadav, Shikshamitra Mayaram Yadav and the cook were present at the school.
All teachers have been instructed to be at school from Thursday and do all the work. The cleaning order had already been placed. Strict measures are taken against teachers who do not obey orders. Santosh Dev Pandey, BSA, Ayodhya

Ayodhya. In the midst of adversity, these scenes of schools that opened in the district on Thursday after a hundred days are just exemplary. More or less the same situation was observed in most schools on Thursday. When “Amar Ujala’s team” took stock of various schools at different times on Thursday, there was need everywhere. Locks were found somewhere in the schools. Somewhere the teachers stayed away even after the school opened. Most of the schools were littered with rubbish.

All teachers and trainers were present in the Pre-Secondary School Rampur Bhagan under Bikapur. Due to the long closure, the school grounds looked dirty. Headmistress Neelam Mishra said the sweeper was asked to clean up the bushes grown on the school grounds. Opening of the school in the Raujagaon primary school.

Headmistress Sunita Rani said that all eight staff were present. Nine employees were present in the first English-speaking primary school. Headmistress Anuradha Pandey said all people are doing the work of data feeding children on the Prerna portal. The school is being cleaned.

Assistant teacher Bhagwan Das was present at Shri Shringi Rishi, the former Mayan secondary school for education. There was a grasshopper in the yard. Teacher Bhagwan Das said that the yard is being cleaned. Hussainpur Sujanpur Primary School stayed open, but there was dirt on the premises. Rector Chhaya Singh said that because the school had been closed for days, the dirt had spread in the courtyard and that the cleaning staff would soon be called and cleaned.

Development Block Maya’s former Bodhipur secondary school remained open, but teachers remained absent. Instructor Indu Patel, cook Tirtha Devi and Nisha Devi were present. Headmaster Rajesh Dubey and assistant teacher Shikha Yadav were absent. Instructor Indu Patel gave Radha, a 7th grade student, the letter of admission.

The Harringtonganj Block Girls Pre-Secondary School, Adilpur, closed at 1:45 a.m. The cleanliness in the school was poor. The leaves were scattered all over the floor. Bushes and large grass have grown. A teacher said on the phone that we went to school, had just left.

The former Benipur secondary and elementary school opened, but there was a lot of dirt. Large bushes could be seen in the area. Headmistress Anju Shukla said that all 16 employees in both schools are data feeding the children on the Prerna portal. The sweeper was asked to clean the premises but did not show up.

There was a waterlogging problem at Dharampur Elementary School in the Tarun area. The principal in charge, Gaurav Vansh, said many complaints have been filed about the waterlogging problem, but it has not been resolved. The assistant teacher Anita Yadav, Shikshamitra Mayaram Yadav and the cook were present at the school.

All teachers have been instructed to be at school from Thursday and do all the work. The cleaning order had already been placed. Strict measures are taken against teachers who do not obey orders. Santosh Dev Pandey, BSA, Ayodhya

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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