Boys’ middle school Serch lacks basic facilities
Ganderbal, Sep 2: The students and staff of Boys Middle School Serch Chowdhary Bagh Ganderbal have complained about lack of basic facilities in the educational institution.
According to the locals, the school was earlier functioning from a three room building in the Village and was shifted to a new structure established by the Government this year. “The construction on the new building was started in the year 2006-2007 and the school was shifted this year,” the locals said adding that the school however lacked the basic facilities due to which the students and staff were facing immense hardships.
“The school lacks drinking water, lavatories, doors, windows and fencing,” the parents of wards studying in the school told Greater Kashmir.
According to them, the students and staff members have to visit neighbouring houses to drink water and to answer natures call. “We are facing immense hardships due to non-availability of these facilities,” one of the staff member told Greater Kashmir. He said the students are being advised to bring the water from home.
They said the school is also without proper fencing. “The school is surrounded by thick forest and there is every possibility that some wild animal might enter the school premises anytime,” the employees told Greater Kashmir.
They said the school playground was also in dilapidated condition and the students were unable to undertake any extracurricular activities.
“We apprised the senior functionaries in the Chief Education Officer about the lack of facilities, but our repeated pleas have fallen on deaf ears,” the parents told Greater Kashmir.
The asked the District Development Commissioner, to direct the authorities to provide all the required facilities.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 2 Sep 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 2 Sep 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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