School administration showed spending of 37 lakhs, even girls didn’t go to Varanasi school

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Varanasi

Published by: Geetarjuna Gautam
Updated May 29, 2021 1:03 PM IST

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The BSA has issued notices to the guards of six Kasturba Vidyalayas in Varanasi. At the same time, the government was also looking for an answer. A three-person committee was also set up to investigate.

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Directors of six Kasturba Vidyalayas in Varanasi paid Rs 37 lakh for food, medical care and teaching materials without the presence of girls. After the matter was received by the government, a response was requested from the counties’ BSAs. The Director General Basic Education requested a report from the officials on 8 points. BSA Rakesh Singh has notified the director of six Kasturba schools about financial irregularities and asked for clarification. A three-person committee, chaired by BEO Sewapuri DP Singh, was also set up to investigate the matter. Which report will give in 10 days. Let us share that such a case has come to the fore in 18 districts of the state.For the successful operation of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya, the state project was instructed to upload photos of infrastructure facilities, employees and students to the Prerna portal using geo-tagging. The amount is paid after the students are present on the portal every day. In Kasturba schools in Shivpur, Sewapuri, Cholapur, Chiraigaon, Pindra, Araji Line, the presence of girls on the Prerna portal is zero from February 15 to March 24. Even so, the director did not upload the girl’s presence. While, according to the data recorded on the portal, about 25 lakh rupees were paid for food, about seven lakh rupees for medical care, about six lakh rupees for educational materials.

Rakesh Singh, the district’s primary education officer, said the principals of the Kasturba schools in the district had provided false information on the Prerna portal regarding the presence of girls. This is a financial irregularity. Committee was formed. After the report is received, it will be sent to the government.

The director’s notice has already been issued

The BSA has already filed a complaint against Yadvesh Kumari, the guard and teacher of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya Shivpur. The director did not geo-tag the attendance, school infrastructure and staff presence on the Prerna portal in February and March. The department directed her to complete it several times, but it didn’t work. Many mistakes have come to the fore
The Department of Basic Education promotes the digital platform to make department plans and other accounts transparent. At the same time, errors often occurred when uploading data to the portal. Even in the case of transfers between the districts, many teachers carried out their transfers by providing incorrect information on the portal and the BSA of these districts also checked these. After moving to the transferred district after the job became vacant, matters came to the fore when teachers were assigned online schools. During the inter-district transfer, many teachers had shown that they were working in the urban area, even though they were working in rural areas. Which falls under the category of irregularity. The transfer of such teachers was later canceled.

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Directors of six Kasturba Vidyalayas in Varanasi showed a payment of Rs 37 lakh for food, medical care and teaching materials without the presence of girls. When the matter reached the government, a response was requested from the counties’ BSAs. The Director General Basic Education requested a report from the officials on 8 points. BSA Rakesh Singh has notified the director of six Kasturba schools about financial irregularities and asked for clarification. A three-person committee, chaired by BEO Sewapuri DP Singh, was also set up to investigate the matter. Which report will give in 10 days. Let us share that such a case has come to the fore in 18 districts of the state.

For the successful operation of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya, the state project was instructed to upload photos of infrastructure facilities, employees and students to the Prerna portal using geo-tagging. The amount is paid after the students are present on the portal every day. In Kasturba schools in Shivpur, Sewapuri, Cholapur, Chiraigaon, Pindra, Araji Line, the presence of girls on the Prerna portal is zero from February 15 to March 24. Even so, the director did not upload the girl’s presence. While, according to the data recorded on the portal, about 25 lakh rupees were paid for food, about seven lakh rupees for medical care, about six lakh rupees for educational materials.

Rakesh Singh, the district’s primary education officer, said the principals of the Kasturba schools in the district had provided false information on the Prerna portal regarding the presence of girls. This is a financial irregularity. Committee was formed. After the report is received, it will be sent to the government.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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