The days of state schools will change

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Bad walls and broken floors will no longer be the hallmarks of government schools. Soon the days of state schools will be over. Preparations for the beautification of the state schools are in progress. Broken floors and ramshackle walls are repaired and made to shine. Rusty windows and doors are also replaced. The department has requested a report on the state of the schools from all school principals.
There are 41 state schools in the district. Currently, most state schools are in poor condition. State schools have deteriorated due to poor maintenance. Most of the school buildings are in a dilapidated condition. The floor is broken. The windows and doors are rusty. There is no perfect seating arrangement in schools. When the class starts, the children have great difficulty. This is why the craze for state schools is gradually waning.
Against this background, a beautification of the state schools is being prepared again. Chairs and tables etc. are prepared for the children. The department has developed a framework to create an educational environment by strengthening the educational system in schools.
For this purpose, the departmental officers obtained a report from the state schools on the current state of the school. DIOS Dr. Sarvadanand announced that information on this had been obtained from the schools. Wherever there is a problem, it will be fixed. After receiving the information, the proposal will be sent to the government.
50 new teachers also found
State schools hired 50 new teachers when they last hired. State schools lack around 300 teachers, but the educational system will definitely improve as new teachers arrive. More teachers are expected to become available after the ongoing recruitment of teachers for state schools.

Bad walls and broken floors will no longer be the hallmarks of government schools. Soon the days of state schools will be over. Preparations for the beautification of the state schools are in progress. Broken floors and ramshackle walls are repaired and made to shine. Rusty windows and doors are also replaced. The department has requested a report on the state of the schools from all school principals.

There are 41 state schools in the district. Currently, most state schools are in poor condition. The state of the state schools has deteriorated due to a lack of maintenance. Most of the school buildings are in a dilapidated condition. The floor is broken. The windows and doors are rusted. There is no perfect seating arrangement in schools. When the class starts, the children have great difficulty. This is why the craze for state schools is gradually waning.

Against this background, a beautification of the state schools is being prepared again. Chairs and tables etc. are prepared for the children. The department has developed a framework to create an educational environment by strengthening the educational system in schools.

For this purpose, the departmental officers obtained a report from the state schools on the current state of the school. DIOS Dr. Sarvadanand announced that information on this had been obtained from the schools. Wherever there is a problem, it will be fixed. After receiving the information, the proposal will be sent to the government.

50 new teachers also found

State schools hired 50 new teachers when they last hired. State schools lack around 300 teachers, but the educational system will definitely improve as new teachers arrive. More teachers are expected to become available after the ongoing recruitment of teachers for state schools.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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