Winter schooling. Why review the decision?

  The only problem to be solved for normal working of winter schooling seems to be the development of infrastructure but, there are so many questions that need to be answered. What kind of infrastructure is in coaching centers? Is there any heating arrangement? Is there any infrastructure suitable for resisting the chilling conditions of the winter, when a student is able to manage it there and that too from early morning hrs, why can’t he manage it in schools from 11am? In addition to this did department of education receive any delegation from far flung colder areas demanding for rethinking on winter schooling? The response for winter schooling in far flung areas was quite positive as for as the Sunday’s (26th of December) live phone-in  program on winter schooling is concerned. Further it is quite amazing that why only students with red uniform protest against the winter schooling? Why don’t the students from far flung areas that really face the lack of infrastructure protest against the winter schooling? Did honorable judges ever issue notices to coaching centers making them ensure all the heating arrangements necessary for winter? What about the teaching learning process of coaching centers? Is it effective when we consider the number of students per class, size of the class, class interval, role of black board etc.? Why doesn’t government ban the private tuition (like that of SKIMS doctor’s private practice) practiced by government lectures and professors so that they could concentrate on their respective colleges and higher secondary schools? Now the word to wise is sufficient. It is the time to be sincere towards the development of Kashmir which needs the sacrifices in every possible respect. It is imperative for the government to rethink before the decision of winter schooling is reviewed.

Mudasir shah
Government teacher

Lastupdate on : Wed, 29 Dec 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 29 Dec 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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