Secondary and community schools open despite half-incomplete preparation

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The schools, which have been closed since March 24th due to a corona infection, opened after around a hundred days on July 1st, i.e. on Thursday, but the preparations remained halfway incomplete. It is different that when the school opened only the teachers had to come to the school. But there was a lack of cleanliness and order. On the first day, in addition to administrative work, the teachers also carried out online lessons. Even after the composite budget was published, there was dirt in many schools, so many were crammed full, who is responsible for it?
There are 436 accredited secondary schools in the Mau district, 67 of which are supported and 14 are state secondary schools, in which about two Lakh students complete an education. In addition, there are 1.56 lakh children studying in 1,060 elementary schools and 442 higher elementary schools in the district. Community and secondary schools remain closed due to corona infection. By order of the government, secondary and community schools opened on Thursday, but teachers came to the school but the preparation looked half unfinished. There was also a lot of rubbish on the school premises. The environment of many schools in the city area was found to be very poor. The headmaster wept for the budget. On the first day the integrated school Buckwal of the city area was opened. There was waterlogging on the school premises. The campus was covered with grass. The cleanliness system was pathetic. In this sequence, the elementary school on the Police Line opened on the first day. The school was run by a single teacher. The condition of the cleanliness in the premises was pathetic.
According to the Madhuban correspondent, due to the long closure of the school, the community schools were opened from Thursday by order of the government. Teachers and cooks were seen together cleaning up the school. Ashok Singh, the director of Gangveer Elementary School, said efforts are being made to provide online education to the children.
According to the Ranipur correspondent, community and secondary schools opened in various areas of the area on Thursday. In addition to the administrative work, the teachers conducted online lessons.

The schools, which have been closed since March 24th due to a corona infection, opened after around a hundred days on July 1st, i.e. on Thursday, but the preparations remained halfway incomplete. It is different that when the school opened only the teachers had to come to the school. But there was a lack of cleanliness and order. On the first day, in addition to administrative work, the teachers also carried out online lessons. Even after the composite budget was published, there was dirt in many schools, so many were crammed full, who is responsible for it?

There are 436 accredited secondary schools in the Mau district, 67 of which are supported and 14 are state secondary schools, in which about two Lakh students complete an education. In addition, there are 1.56 lakh children studying in 1,060 elementary schools and 442 higher elementary schools in the district. Community and secondary schools are closed due to corona infection. By order of the government, secondary and community schools opened on Thursday, but teachers came to the school but the preparation looked half unfinished. There was also a lot of rubbish on the school premises. The environment of many schools in the city area was found to be very poor. The headmaster wept for the budget. On the first day the integrated school Buckwal of the city area was opened. There was waterlogging on the school premises. The campus was covered with grass. The cleanliness system was pathetic. In this sequence, the elementary school on the Police Line opened on the first day. The school was run by a single teacher. The condition of the cleanliness in the premises was pathetic.

According to the Madhuban correspondent, due to the long closure of the school, the community schools were opened from Thursday by order of the government. Teachers and cooks were seen together cleaning up the school. Ashok Singh, the director of Gangveer Elementary School, said efforts are being made to provide online education to the children.

According to the Ranipur correspondent, community and secondary schools opened in various areas of the area on Thursday. In addition to the administrative work, the teachers conducted online lessons.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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