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Cleanliness drive yet to reach Govt school Parkhwal, Marheen
Students study in unhygienic conditions
10/15/2018 10:31:20 PM
Arun Trisal

Early Times Report

Kathua, Oct 15: Union government launched Swachch Bharat Abhiyan on Oct 2, 2014 with the aim to provide hygienic environment to citizens, many schemes and periodic programmes on Swachch Bharat Awareness are being organized since inauguration by PM Narendra Modi from Rajghat, Delhi. State government recently instructed government schools to organize Swachta Pakhwada to aware students and villagers about cleanliness.
Ironically, teachers who must aware both students and villagers about cleanliness have themselves failed to implement the scheme at ground level. They were just busy in clicking photos and sharing them with their officers. One such example today came into light when students and villagers of Primary school Parkhwal yelled due to unhygienic environment in the premises of the school.
Pertinently, school premises is filled with garbage, accumulated stiky water, deteriorating washroom, (No Pink bathroom for girls is available as per government instruction), damaged window panes, unclean kitchen, unhygienic drinking water supply, empty bottles of liquor and many other detested articles lying scattered in the premises.
Local Rehbar -e -Talim Teachers namely Jabbar Singh and Anju Bala are appointed there and despite having smart salary, they do not realize their duty towards poor students. Government schools are already facing low enrollment but if such type of facility is being provided, how can people send their wards in government schools.
Jabbar Singh, Incharge of PS Parkhwal School accepted the unhygienic condition but had no word to say. He accepted that he did not inform Zonal Education Officer and Chief Education Officer Kathua about worse condition of the school. He made several excuses on fetching of water, damaged boundary wall and worse condition of the bathroom. People demanded smooth functioning of the school in addition to apposite facilities.
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