Students stage protest in Dadsar Tral
DEMAND FOR PE LECTURER
Tral, Apr 26: Students of Govt HSS Dadsar Tral on Thursday staged protest against the Physical Education Department and demanded posting of PE lecturer in the school.
The students took to streets and blocked the road for two hours due to which several vehicles remained stranded for hours.
“Students were demanding posting of Physical Education lecturer in t he HSS Dadsar,” said eye-witnesses.
There are at least 120 students in the Dadsar who have opted for Physical Education as one subject but after two months the department is yet to post physical lecturer in the HSS.
Director Youth Services and Sports Neelofar Amin said that she has no knowledge about the problem of the students and the institution head should have informed their office.
“I have no knowledge if there is any institution which is lacking the teaching staff,” she said.
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