Bhiwani: The education ministry declared the buildings of many primary schools dilapidated and started demolishing these buildings. Many elementary schools have rubble from destroyed buildings lying around, but construction of new buildings to replace these dilapidated buildings has not yet begun. For this reason, there was no longer any space in schools to accommodate small children. In such a situation, children have to sit on the school veranda or in two to three classes in the same building. Although the children are currently on vacation, as soon as schools open after January 15, the problem of seating for children will resurface in front of teachers. Currently, the number of such schools in the district is about one and a half dozen.
Children from schools with Kandam buildings will be relocated to other schools.
The number of condemned schools in Bhiwani block is around eight to ten. Buildings of some schools are classified as condoms and children are forced to sit in other schools and some schools are also like this. Some of their rooms have been demolished and the children sitting in these rooms have to sit with the children of other classes. However, due to the accommodation of two classes in one room, the children in one class cannot learn while the teachers have no other option. They make such agreements out of coercion. The biggest problem for teachers is how to teach the children of two classes sitting in the same room separately. These teachers are currently facing a strange problem.
Some buildings have been approved and some estimates have been sent out.
There are about a dozen and a half school buildings in the district that are in disrepair. Demolition has begun, but the budget for the construction of new buildings in their place has not yet arrived. Although the budget has been released to start construction of buildings of some schools, the budget for these schools has not been released yet. This has become a major problem for the teachers and students of these schools. Where should the children sit when the school holidays are over?
It is very important to create an educational environment: Chahar
Government Primary Teachers Association district president Bhupendra Singh Chahar said many schools lack facilities. Many school buildings were demolished. No new buildings were built in their place. There is no seat for children. Due to this, no educational environment is created in schools. He demanded that the government complete the buildings of the said schools soon.