The locks of many elementary schools were not opened on the first day

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Balrampur. The locks of half of the community schools in the district were not opened on the first day. Even after the BSA was enacted, the opening of schools was grossly negligent. Based on the inspection report, BSA has issued a warning against action. Surprise inspections were carried out by the district and block level as well as the BEO and district coordinators.
The Amar Ujala team’s primary school, Gasdi Education Area, was found open when they reached Matehna. All employees were present. Headmaster Bitto Rani said the school opened on the orders of BSA. In addition to teaching, she will fulfill other tasks by opening a regular school.
The lock was found hanging upon the arrival of the Amar Ujala team in Hisampur, the primary school of the Tulsipur Education Area. Due to the unavailability of the staff, no information about the opening and closing of the school could be found. The team member informed the BEO about the closure of the school by phone.
Amar Ujala’s team also inspected all areas of education. Education Gasdi’s former Lalpur Matehna secondary school was found open. The headmaster was found absent. Similarly, the former Maharajganj Terai Secondary School of the Tulsipur Education Area, the Singhahi Elementary School, the Badlapur Elementary School of the Tulsipur Education Area, the Badlapur Primary School, and the Belbharia Compound School of the Shivpura Education Area were opened.
Puraina Elementary School, Kushwa Elementary School, Kareli Upper Elementary School and Tulsipur, Chhatuapur and Hisampur Education Area Elementary Schools were found hanged. It is estimated that half of the schools did not open the floodgates on the first day.
BSA Dr. Ramchandra said that he directed all school principals, responsible principals, teachers, instructors and shikshamitras to open the school from July 1 and improve physical resources and cleanliness. Because of the corona epidemic, schools were closed for 100 days. Management has been instructed to conduct exams from BRCs and schools. The audit team has reached the district.
He said that due to the lockdown, responsibility for maintaining children’s accounts in the DBT module, remittance of food grains and conversion costs of MDM as part of the food safety aid, as well as completing the remaining work as part of Operation Kayakalp, has also been transferred. In addition to the task forces at district and block level, teams of BEOs and district coordinators also carry out surprise inspections of schools.
Further action will be taken based on the inspection report. In addition to planting seedlings in schools, BSA has appealed to everyone to plant food gardens and educate through digital media.

Balrampur. The locks of half of the community schools in the district were not opened on the first day. Even after the BSA was enacted, the opening of schools was grossly negligent. Based on the inspection report, BSA has issued a warning against action. Surprise inspections were carried out by the district and block level as well as the BEO and district coordinators.

The Amar Ujala team’s primary school, Gasdi Education Area, was found open when they reached Matehna. All employees were present. Headmaster Bitto Rani said the school opened on the orders of BSA. In addition to teaching, she will fulfill other tasks by opening a regular school.

The lock was found hanging upon the arrival of the Amar Ujala team in Hisampur, the primary school of the Tulsipur Education Area. Due to the unavailability of the staff, no information about the opening and closing of the school could be found. The team member informed the BEO about the closure of the school by phone.

Amar Ujala’s team also inspected all areas of education. Education Gasdi’s former Lalpur Matehna secondary school was found open. The headmaster was found absent. Similarly, the former Maharajganj Terai Secondary School of the Tulsipur Education Area, the Singhahi Elementary School, the Badlapur Elementary School of the Tulsipur Education Area, the Badlapur Primary School, and the Belbharia Compound School of the Shivpura Education Area were opened.

Puraina Elementary School, Kushwa Elementary School, Kareli Upper Elementary School, and Tulsipur, Chhatuapur, and Hisampur Elementary Schools were found hanged. It is estimated that half of the schools did not open the floodgates on the first day.

BSA Dr. Ramchandra said that he directed all school principals, responsible principals, teachers, instructors and shikshamitras to open the school from July 1 and improve physical resources and cleanliness. Because of the corona epidemic, schools were closed for 100 days. Management has been instructed to conduct exams from BRCs and schools. The audit team has reached the district.

He said that due to the lockdown, responsibility for maintaining children’s accounts in the DBT module, remittance of food grains and conversion costs of MDM as part of the food safety aid, as well as completing the remaining work as part of Operation Kayakalp, has also been transferred. In addition to the task forces at district and block level, teams of BEOs and district coordinators also carry out surprise inspections of schools.

Further action will be taken based on the inspection report. In addition to planting seedlings in schools, BSA has appealed to everyone to plant food gardens and educate through digital media.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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