The school takes its last breath for history

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There was once an influx of students and teachers across the entire school grounds. Today there is a feeling of desolation there. The situation is that the walls of the school have fallen into disrepair. At the same time, the condition of the ceiling and the verandas of the room has also become pathetic. The talk here is that the former Barhni secondary school was built under British rule. It is now breathing its last breath due to the neglect of the department officials and a lack of repairs. The department has published the tender for the demolition of the historical heritage that should be preserved.
The former Barhni secondary school was built in Shaka Samvat in 1850 during British rule. As the only school in the Barhni area at the time, students from around 30 villages learned in the school. The peculiarity was that one studied here both during the day and at night in the light of lanterns. Due to the apathy of the departments, the condition of the school is deteriorating day by day. Now the office has put out the tender for the demolition of the school building. But the school from which people have reached Vice Chancellor, Professor, Judge and various high positions, this school sheds tears when they remember their past moments. In this context, Dr. Ramakant Singh, former head of the Political Science Department at Kamlapati PG College and Dr. Samar Bahadur Singh, Rector of Maa Manshadevi PG College in Barhni that this school is our historical legacy. It needs repair and protection.
The auction date for the former Barhni Secondary School, built by the Department of Education during the British era, passed, but no one volunteered to take over the building. The Ministry of Education had put out to tender for the demolition of a total of two dozen dilapidated community school buildings in the Barhni development area. His last appointment was June 16. In this episode, during the British era at Shaka Samvat in 1850, a price of about eighty thousand rupees was set for Barhni, a former limestone secondary school. The auction date was set for June 16, but no form was purchased before the auction. Because of this, the building could not be auctioned.

There was once an influx of students and teachers across the entire school grounds. Today there is a feeling of desolation there. The situation is that the walls of the school have fallen into disrepair. At the same time, the condition of the ceiling and the verandas of the room has also become pathetic. The talk here is that the former Barhni secondary school was built under British rule. It is now breathing its last breath due to the neglect of the department officials and a lack of repairs. The department has published the tender to demolish the historical heritage that should be preserved.

The former Barhni secondary school was built in Shaka Samvat in 1850 during British rule. As the only school in the Barhni area at the time, students from around 30 villages learned in the school. The peculiarity was that one studied here both during the day and at night in the light of lanterns. Due to the apathy of the departments, the condition of the school is deteriorating day by day. Now the office has put out the tender for the demolition of the school building. But the school from which people have reached Vice Chancellor, Professor, Judge and various high positions, this school sheds tears when they remember their past moments. In this context, Dr. Ramakant Singh, former head of the Political Science Department at Kamlapati PG College and Dr. Samar Bahadur Singh, Rector of Maa Manshadevi PG College in Barhni that this school is our historical legacy. It needs repair and protection.

The auction date for the former Barhni Secondary School, built by the Department of Education during the British era, passed, but no one volunteered to take over the building. The Ministry of Education had put out to tender for the demolition of a total of two dozen dilapidated community school buildings in the Barhni development area. His last appointment was June 16. In this episode, during the British era at Shaka Samvat in 1850, a price of about eighty thousand rupees was set for Barhni, a former limestone secondary school. The auction date was set for June 16, but no form was purchased before the auction. Because of this, the building could not be auctioned.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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