Telangana villagers garland empty chairs to protest lack of staff in schools.

It was an ironic, rather shameful Teachers’ Day celebrations in Telangana.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/telangana-villagers-garland-empty-chairs-to-protest-lack-of-staff-in-schools/article7619763.ece

 

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  • Re: Villagers garland empty chairs

    by » 5 years ago


    A very meaningful protest.  It is really disgusting that there is lack of staff inthe school. 


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  • Re: Villagers garland empty chairs

    by » 5 years ago


    The education system and the kind of schools was as it is bad from the very beginning. After bifurcation of AP, the condition became still worst.

     


  • Re: Villagers garland empty chairs

    by » 5 years ago


    The condition of government schools in India is not good. Also student teacher ratio at many places is not good. At some places the number of teachers is more, while there are a few or no students in that school. And at some places the student strength is good, but the number of teachers are very less. Our government should take care of this.


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  • Re: Villagers garland empty chairs

    by » 5 years ago


    And there are schools where they don't have neither students nor Teachers. But there will be a regular flow of funds. We all know where these funds are going.

     


  • Re: Villagers garland empty chairs

    by » 5 years ago


    Funds are granted by the central government and the state government recieve them. However, no one in the government sector is concerned about the future of the nation. Education in the nation is at quite undeveloped level due to the lack of responsibility. The government schools are at a very pathetic condition. We people pay tax and this money is wasted for several other nonsense instead of doing anything better. The government schools lack teachers and even if teachers are there, they do not teach. It is very pathetic and unmerited nonsense. Something which the kids do not deserve yet they have to suffer. Due to this suffering, their lives become ridiculous furthur and they cannot get a job furthur however, deserving are they for that job.


  • Re: Villagers garland empty chairs

    by » 5 years ago


    For the Insensitive Government policies, Pupils are becoming victims. This is due to lack of accountability in the Government policy makers.

     


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