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The students locked out the high school, not the teachersNews WAALI

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Date of Publication: | Thu, 22 Sep 2022 01:08 AM (IST)

Patharia (New World News). Students locked the main gate of Bhareva High School due to absence of teachers. After discussing with the Tehsildar, the students agreed.

Bharewa High School is functioning since last 12 years. But Guru is not like that. Principals are appointed and are in charge of the complex. They oversee seven schools. All your exams in school will be held from September 26. Concerned over the lack of education, the students locked the schools on Wednesday and raised slogans. The sarpanch said that the authorities had been informed about the shortage of teachers in the past and as the amount appointed for the guest teachers in the alternative arrangement was not received, they stopped coming. Collector Rahul Dev sent subordinate staff to the school on Wednesday. In this context, they expressed their anger on the guardian officers of the respective villages. Tehsildar reached the spot with police force and opened the lake after counseling the girls and their guardians. On this occasion, the students said that they will not remove the lock until the teachers are arranged in the school. The Tehsildar asked the BEO to arrange substitute teachers. In this regard, the headmaster said that he has been given the responsibility of the principal along with the headmaster of the complex, seven schools will come. BEO Umendra Jaiswal said that there is a shortage of teachers at the government level and two teachers are being appointed. Tehsildar Shivam Pandey explained that the demand was reasonable and the lock was opened.

In Bhadam Middle School, due to shortage of teachers, students’ studies have been affected

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Takhatpur. English and Science subjects are not being taught in Bhadam Middle School due to lack of teachers. He complained to the Principal Rameshwar Prasad Gupta about this matter but he ignored it. This caused concern among the parents of the school students. When the public representatives inquired about the children’s education, the eighth class girls said that till now they have read only two English lessons and three chapters of science. It is said that the English subject teacher Rameshwar Gupta has not taken the English class in class 8 for the last two months and has been absent for the last few days. Both of them are lagging behind in the main subjects of English and Science. He complained to the complex coordinator. Sarpanch Sitaram and district member Ravi Soni were present while taking information of the school. He heard complaints from children against Principal Rameshwar Gupta. Villagers are angry about this. Along with the children, the parents protested in front of the district education officer and the district officer.

Posted by: Yogeswara Sharma

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