School Open – When the lock of arbitrariness in schools is ruled by chaos

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Sitapur. The locks of the schools in the district, which were locked in the second Corona wave, were unlocked from Thursday, but even afterwards you saw arbitrary “locks” hanging on many schools. The carelessness and arbitrariness didn’t stop there. Even after the school opened 102 days after the Corona period, the teachers in many places did not arrive on time. In many places the teachers came on time.
When the school opened after a long break of three months, there was chaos in many places. There were huge bushes on campus in front of the schools, and there was dust on the seats in the room. Now that this reality has come to the fore in Amar Ujala’s investigation, it is now called a responsible investigation. In the midst of the growing devastation of the second corona wave, the government had ordered the schools to be closed from March 20.
The schools were closed by order of the government, but the dire times of the corona period and the second wave of infections are now under control. Things are starting to get going again. The government had ordered the opening of schools and teachers from July 1st. The schools in the district were opened from Thursday, July 1st.
Amar Ujala’s team has investigated the reality by examining many schools from urban to rural areas, whether the teachers arrived on time for the school opening, what was the cleanliness, how the teachers worked on the first day the school opened. During the investigation, the lock hung in the school until noon. Far from the arrival of the teachers, even the school did not open in time.
If the school was found somewhere open, the teachers did not understand the need to be on time. Not only that, but also the chaos in the school dominated on the first day. Large bushes grow in the school, the dust that lies on the seat in the room is enough to open the rod of the system.
Headmaster missing
At 10.30 a.m., Amar Ujala’s team arrived at the Chaube Tola municipal primary school. The headmaster hasn’t been to school for so long. The lock hung in the headmaster’s room. At school, the team found a Manorama cook. When asked if the headmaster wasn’t at school, the cooks replied that the woman had gone somewhere. When asked whether she had come or not, she said nothing.
“I went to the BSA office, madam”
The team arrived at Ismailpur Primary School at 10:45 am. There was no headmaster here. Three school teachers were present. When asked if the headmaster was out of school, the teachers said there was work in the BSA office. Woman is there. There was chaos in various places on the school grounds. The bench in the room was full of smoke and outside there was a huge grass that was cut by the workers.
The lock hangs in the school
At 11:45 a.m., the team arrived at the Vijay Laxminagar municipal primary school. Even after the school opened at 8 a.m., the school’s castle was only open at noon until the teachers arrived at the school.
Action will be taken against absent teachers
Dharanagar Elementary School in the Tehsil Sidhauli area was found closed at 8:10 am. The lock was on the school gate. Teachers and teachers were absent from the school. ABSA Pushpendra Jain says action will be taken following an investigation. Those who do not come to school are asked to explain. At 11.10 a.m., Amar Ujala’s team reached Premnagar at the town’s primary school, where a teacher was present. When asked about the huge grass on the school grounds, she told the team to tell me if someone was going to mow it.
Will cut the lock hung until 8:35 am in Laxmanpur, Sidhauli tehsil elementary school. Not only that, no one came to Murhadih Elementary School until 8:40 am. The lock was found hanging at 1:15 p.m. in Tadai Kalan Elementary School. When asked, they learned that the school was open but closed early.
The school opened at 8:00 a.m. and closed at 2:00 p.m. This order was for everyone. If the school is not open on time or the teacher does not reach us, this will be investigated by the BEO. Action will be taken based on the investigation. A few days ago the DPRO was asked to keep the schools clean. This was also said at the meeting. In some places the teachers did the cleaning themselves.
– Ajit Kumar, ABSA

Sitapur. The locks of the schools in the district, which were locked in the second Corona wave, were unlocked from Thursday, but even afterwards you saw arbitrary “locks” hanging on many schools. The carelessness and arbitrariness didn’t stop there. Even after the school opened 102 days after the Corona period, the teachers in many places did not arrive on time. In many places the teachers came on time.

When the school opened after a long break of three months, there was chaos in many places. There were huge bushes on campus in front of the schools, and there was dust on the seats in the room. Now that this reality has come to the fore in Amar Ujala’s investigation, it is now called a responsible investigation. In the midst of the growing devastation of the second corona wave, the government had ordered the schools to be closed from March 20.

The schools were closed by order of the government, but the dire times of the corona period and the second wave of infections are now under control. Things are starting to get going again. The government had ordered the opening of schools and teachers from July 1st. The schools in the district were opened from Thursday, July 1st.

Amar Ujala’s team has investigated the reality by examining many schools from urban to rural areas, whether the teachers arrived on time for the school opening, what was the cleanliness, how the teachers worked on the first day the school opened. During the investigation, the lock hung in the school until noon. Far from the arrival of the teachers, even the school did not open in time.

If the school was found somewhere open, the teachers did not understand the need to be on time. Not only that, but also the chaos in the school dominated on the first day. Large bushes grow in the school, the dust that lies on the seat in the room is enough to open the rod of the system.

Headmaster missing

At 10.30 a.m., Amar Ujala’s team arrived at the Chaube Tola municipal primary school. The headmaster hasn’t been to school for so long. The lock hung in the headmaster’s room. At school, the team found a Manorama cook. When asked if the headmaster wasn’t at school, the cooks replied that the woman had gone somewhere. When asked whether she had come or not, she said nothing.

“I went to the BSA office, madam”

The team arrived at Ismailpur Primary School at 10:45 am. There was no headmaster here. Three school teachers were present. When asked that the headmaster was out of school, teachers said there was work in the BSA office. Woman is there. There was chaos in various places on the school grounds. The bench in the room was full of smoke and outside there was a huge grass that was cut by the workers.

The lock hangs in the school

At 11:45 a.m., the team arrived at the Vijay Laxminagar municipal primary school. Even after the school opened at 8 a.m., the school’s castle was only open at noon until the teachers arrived at the school.

Action will be taken against absent teachers

Dharanagar Elementary School in the Tehsil Sidhauli area was found closed at 8:10 am. The lock was on the school gate. Teachers and teachers were absent from the school. ABSA Pushpendra Jain says action will be taken following an investigation. Those who do not come to school are asked to explain. At 11.10 a.m., Amar Ujala’s team reached Premnagar at the town’s primary school, where a teacher was present. When asked about the huge grass on the school grounds, she told the team to tell me if someone was going to mow it.

Will cut the lock hung until 8:35 am in Laxmanpur, Sidhauli tehsil elementary school. Not only that, no one came to Murhadih Elementary School until 8:40 am. The lock was found hanging at 1:15 p.m. in Tadai Kalan Elementary School. When asked, they learned that the school was open but closed early.

The school opened at 8:00 a.m. and closed at 2:00 p.m. This order was for everyone. If the school is not open on time or the teacher does not reach us, this will be investigated by the BEO. Action will be taken based on the investigation. A few days ago the DPRO was asked to keep the schools clean. This was also said at the meeting. In some places the teachers did the cleaning themselves.

– Ajit Kumar, ABSA

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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