Fifty-year-old Pushpa Devi told TOI that she took over teaching duties at a school in the Khanpur block of Shamli after she died at Kovid-1 of and another went on medical leave earlier this month.
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“I am the only one running the school from September 5,” Devi said, admitting that she only took Hindi and social science classes because she could not read English and had no experience teaching mathematics. CEO, Geeta Verma, told TOI that she would consider the matter
District Panchayat member Umesh Kumar wrote a letter to the district magistrate on Wednesday after the parents of some children expressed concern over the lack of proper education for the children. “Many government school teachers face absenteeism and poor quality of lunch is also a common complaint. Why can’t the authorities make temporary arrangements for teachers instead of harassing students? We have asked the DM to look into this serious problem and appoint four teachers in the institution, ”Kumar said.
Meanwhile, Shamli Basic Education Officer (BEO) Geeta Verma told TOI that she would consider the matter. “We can’t control death and illness, but we are looking into the matter,” Verma said.
Elementary school is rarely the only one where conditions are deplorable. A video from another primary school in the Lakhawati area of Bulandshahr, which went viral earlier this week, said the cooking showed a mixture of 5 liters of water in 2 liters of milk for 100 students for lunch.
CEO Akhand Pratap Singh said the school principal and an assistant teacher have been suspended. “I have also cut the salaries of two teachers, an education ally and three cooks. The matter is being investigated, ”he said. The school teachers did not agree to comment on the matter.
In another incident of cutting corners for lunch, a visit by Divisional Coordinator (MDM) of the Lunch Contract (MDM) Virendra Kumar earlier this month found that a school in Hapur’s Pipleheda block was supplying the required half to 1,330 students and ordering choppers from the roadside dhaba without cooking at school. Was happening. Students were given uniforms or utensils.
“Meals were being prepared at the village headman’s house and chapatis were ordered from a dhaba. Teachers don’t think about what the ideal ratio of food for kids in each grade was or what was on the menu for the day. A detailed report has been submitted and a notice has been issued to the school principal, ”Kumar said.
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