Kasturba girl students are screened for attendance

Amar Ujala Network, Sant Kabir Nagar.

Published by: vivek shukla
Updated Sun May 30, 2021 6:18 PM IST

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DM made a decision on information about record manipulation, the case of the withdrawal of Rs 39 lakh in the name of food in the Sant Kabir Nagar Kasturba Schools

Kasturba Gandhi Residential School. (Signal photo)
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In case of rupee 9 billion irregularities in 18 counties of the state on behalf of groceries at Kasturba Gandhi Residential Girls School, a student’s presence is physically verified in the Sant Kabir Nagar district. Given the possibility of changing the records, the DM made such a decision. He also said that the students’ parents will also be interviewed. Case of withdrawal of Rs 39 lakh on behalf of groceries in Sant Kabirnagar Kasturba schoolsLet’s share that Kasturba Gandhi Residential Girls Schools has classes from sixth through eighth grade. The school is closed here because of the Corona period and the girls are at home. Between February 11 and March 31, rupees nine million for groceries, merchandise and other items were withdrawn by female students in 18 counties across the state.

The state project manager Vijay Kiran Anand had asked the BSAs of these districts for an answer that, despite the absence of female students on the Prerna portal, 100% of the amount was paid for food, medical care, emergency items and stationery, which is financially good comes in irregularities .

This matter was published by Amar Ujala in the May 28th issue entitled Girls Didn’t Come and took out Rs 9 crore. Since then, the government has continuously monitored it. In this case, the government has already turned the investigation over to AD Basic.

In order to protect themselves, according to the office, those involved have started to develop a strategy for manipulating the records. Guards, accountants and other people are busy recording their presence on the student attendance register. When this matter reached the DM, he talked about having the students’ attendance checked physically.

DM Divya Mittal said the case of irregular withdrawal of money on behalf of groceries is being noted at Kasturba Gandhi Residential Girls School. A physical check of the presence of each student will be carried out. The parents of the pupils are also interviewed. If the records are tampered with, proceedings will be initiated against the person concerned.

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In case of rupee 9 billion irregularities in 18 counties of the state on behalf of groceries at Kasturba Gandhi Residential Girls School, a student’s presence is physically verified in the Sant Kabir Nagar district. Given the possibility of changing the records, the DM made such a decision. He also said that the students’ parents will also be interviewed. Case of withdrawal of Rs 39 lakh on behalf of groceries in Sant Kabirnagar Kasturba schools

Let’s share that Kasturba Gandhi Residential Girls Schools has classes from sixth through eighth grade. The school is closed here because of the Corona period and the girls are at home. Between February 11 and March 31, rupees nine million for groceries, merchandise and other items were withdrawn by female students in 18 counties across the state.

The state project manager Vijay Kiran Anand had asked the BSAs of these districts for an answer that, despite the absence of female students on the Prerna portal, 100% of the amount was paid for food, medical care, emergency items and stationery, which is financially good comes in irregularities .

This matter was published by Amar Ujala in the May 28th issue entitled Girls Didn’t Come and took out Rs 9 crore. Since then, the government has continuously monitored it. In this case, the government has already turned the investigation over to AD Basic.

In order to protect themselves, according to the office, those involved have started to develop a strategy for manipulating the records. Supervisors, accountants and others are busy recording their presence on the student attendance register. When this matter reached the DM, he talked about having the students’ attendance checked physically.

DM Divya Mittal said the case of irregular withdrawal of money on behalf of groceries is being noted at Kasturba Gandhi Residential Girls School. A physical check of the presence of each student will be carried out. The parents of the pupils are also interviewed. If the records are tampered with, action will be taken against the victim to register a case.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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