Green boards, lights, fans, well-polished furniture, playgrounds, play equipment and courts, computer labs, libraries, storage cabinets and furniture. These schools have everything since the Round Table India (RTI) was rediscovered by the Rajasthan chapter during the epidemic in Jaipur and Kumbhalgarh.
The Jaipur school project was started in June 2020 at a time when the epidemic was intensifying.
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RTI Rajasthan’s Aditya Jaipuria was approached by Joint Education Director Ratan Singh Yadav to take up the project as the school was in dire need of upgradation.
“The school had eight dilapidated rooms that could not be deactivated. With a capacity of 50 students, people were not even aware of its existence. They gave us a free permit to upgrade our school. They needed 23 rooms so we rebuilt the existing old rooms. And built 12 new rooms, each with green boards, furniture, CCTV cameras, pin boards, educational drawings and light fan fittings.
With a computer lab, multi-sport synthetic court, new toilet block for girls, cradle with seating for 100 students in the mid-day meal section, the school has been transformed and all the private schools in the vicinity have been envied. . The school had 9,000 registrations for 80 seats, a record for any government school in the state, said Mishra, drawn from the party.
The project was handed over within five months. Bachchu Singh Dhakad, Principal, Mahatma Gandhi Government English Medium School, said, “The school has been transformed. We, the school staff and parents, are proud to be able to teach students in this school.”
Ajay Acharya, an active member of RTI, said, “During the last one year epidemic, Round Table has built more than 102 classrooms in different parts of Rajasthan at a total cost of Rs 5.69 crore including benches and green boards. We also take care of the system, plantation, drip irrigation, toilet block, water station with water purifier and CCTV system, “he added.
RTI is currently working on projects in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Kota, Vilwara, Bikaner and Ajmer in Rajasthan.
Another school is being rebuilt in Kakarwa village in Kumbhalgarh which is now attracting hundreds of people.
“We were visiting Kumbhalgarh and on the way we saw the school and met the principal. We decided to adopt the school and build the necessary classrooms even though it is 80 km away from Udaipur. We have built three classrooms here, affecting more than 350 students. Says RTI Aditya Jaipuria from Rajasthan.
Registration and consumer has increased slightly. The journey from any classroom to classroom for each class has made both the parent and the student happy. The government realized the need for more classrooms in schools and after 30 years built three more classrooms which became Government Adarsh Senior Secondary School – one of the largest schools in Kakarwa village.
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