School – Schools open amidst mismanagement, counted students appeared

Barabanki. Junior schools were opened from Tuesday without waterlogging and cleaning. The road leading to many schools was littered with mud and dirt. Not only this, many schools were also seen in whose premises big grass was seen growing. Kovid rules were not even seen to be followed in most of the schools. While the children were seen sitting side by side in the class, the mask was also missing from their faces.
In most of the schools, arrangements for prevention from Corona were seen to be negligible. The number of teachers in the school was also less. The teachers who were present in the school were seen walking here and there instead of teaching the children. On the orders of the government, 844 junior schools of the district were opened from Tuesday, but the view of these schools was something like this.
In rural areas also, some similar scenes were seen in schools. 17 out of 77 children were present in Poomavi Kheria Khappurwa Khanpur of Fatehpur area. Water was dripping from the roof of the three-room school. The children were made to sit without getting the rooms sanitized.
7 children were seen present in Poomavi Ramnagar 145. Children coming to school in Poomavi Devipur were welcomed with a vaccine. Only 22 students were seen here out of 182. Teachers were seen in Poomavi Kothi, but the children were absent, the teachers were seen waiting for the children. Poomavi Panjrauli was full of water and till 9 o’clock not a single student reached the school.
In Poomavi Ganeshpur, only 12 children were seen in 173. Only 45 children were present in Sethmau out of 120 but no one had a mask on their face. In Poomavi Pindsawan, 324 only 13 children were present and mid-day meal was being prepared on the stove. Here too children were walking in the school without masks.
There are no reports of any schools being closed. Waterlogging and weeds have been reported in schools. Work is going on in most of the schools under the Kayakalp scheme, now since the schools have opened, the shortcomings remain. She will be taken away soon. Teachers have been given strict instructions to conduct classes under Kovid rules.
Ajay Kumar Singh, BSA

Barabanki. Junior schools were opened from Tuesday without waterlogging and cleaning. The road leading to many schools was littered with mud and dirt. Not only this, many schools were also seen in whose premises big grass was seen growing. Kovid rules were not even seen to be followed in most of the schools. While the children were seen sitting side by side in the class, the mask was also missing from their faces.

In most of the schools, arrangements for prevention from corona were seen to be negligible. The number of teachers in the school was also less. The teachers who were present in the school were seen walking here and there instead of teaching the children. On the orders of the government, 844 junior schools of the district were opened from Tuesday, but the view of these schools was something like this.

In rural areas also, some similar scenes were seen in schools. 17 out of 77 children were present in Poomavi Kheria Khappurwa Khanpur of Fatehpur area. Water was dripping from the roof of the three-room school. The children were made to sit without getting the rooms sanitized.

7 children were seen present in Poomavi Ramnagar 145. Children coming to school in Poomavi Devipur were welcomed with a vaccine. Only 22 students were seen here out of 182. Teachers were seen in Poomavi Kothi, but the children were absent, the teachers were seen waiting for the children. Poomavi Panjrauli was full of water and till 9 o’clock not a single student reached the school.

In Poomavi Ganeshpur, only 12 children were seen in 173. Only 45 children were present in Sethmau out of 120 but no one had a mask on their face. In Poomavi Pindsawan, only 324 children were present and mid-day meal was being prepared on the stove. Here too children were walking in the school without masks.

There are no reports of any schools being closed. Waterlogging and weeds have been reported in schools. Work is going on in most of the schools under the Kayakalp scheme, now since the schools have opened, the shortcomings remain. She will be taken away soon. Teachers have been given strict instructions to conduct classes under Kovid rules.

Ajay Kumar Singh, BSA

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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