Tulsi Bagh residents seek DSEK intervention
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar: Residents of Tulsi Bagh Tuesday said the Government Boys Middle School in their locality was functioning without the services of Mathematics and Science teachers for the past few months.
The residents complained that they several times requested some high officials of Education department to provide some teachers having knowledge in Mathematics and Science subjects but nobody paid any heed to their pleas.
They further added that non-availability of the teachers has affected the educational career of the poor students and appealed Director School Education Kashmir to intervene and take immediate action.
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