Children forced to study in the sun in Government Primary School in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh

Publish Date: 18 May, 2022 |

In Moradabad's Government Primary School, Jayantipur, children are forced to study in the open. They are forced to study in the hot sun in the hot summer, education officials say Dharamsala School is going on in the school, space in the school is less and arrangements will be made soon. 

Parents on the school problem’

A parent while explaining the problem said, "There are many shortcomings in the school. There is no water system here and there is no toilet. If the children study in the sun, then there is a fear of deteriorating health." On catching up with this, now the statement of the Basic Education Officer of the district has come. District Basic Education Officer Budh Priya Singh said, "We do not have our own building there. If there is any land there, we will mark it and send it forward. At present this school is running in the temple courtyard. The school has been there for 40-45 years. running from."

A school teacher said, “It is our endeavor to make the students sit in the shed according to the direction of the sun. We have fans inside our classrooms but there is heat as well as darkness. The government school running in the temple premises here is in a dilapidated condition. For the last many years, the minor children are forced to study here under the open sky in the bright sun. The administration has given assurance of a solution.

70 students registered in the school

This school in Moradabad's Jayantipur village has more students than the facilities it has. According to the information, there are more than 70 children here including boys and girls. In the past, CM Yogi had started 'School Chalo Abhiyan' to improve the system of education after becoming the Chief Minister for the second time . At the same time, work is going on in UP to make more than 33 thousand schools smart schools. 

Apart from this, along with making the website of the school of every panchayat, it is being said that the complete details including the email of the children will be recorded on the website. At the same time, it has been said to make biometric attendance mandatory for teachers from July 1.


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