Suhail Khan/Peerzada Waseem
Sopore: In yet another jolt to the School Education Department in the Kashmir valley, a primary school is running in a panchayat grah building.
More than 100 students up to 5th primary have been receiving education in Panchayat Grah building at Wandk Pora Rakhi Hygam in North Kashmir’s Baramulla District.
According to the sources, told Kashmir Despatch that In September 2014 floods the school building was damaged and since then the 5 classes are run in a panchayat grah building.
The students claimed that due to the less space we are not able to concentrate on our studies, they further added to Kashmir Despatch that we are lacking all facilities including bathrooms,drinking water and nobody cares for us.
Meanwhile a teacher pleading anonymity told Kashmir Despatch that five classes function in 3 rooms of panchayat grah building . “You can imagine how difficult it is to manage five classes in 3 less space of rooms and due to the absence of proper accommodation, the children are facing inconveniences,” he added.
He further said that we have no toilet, no play ground, no water facility and children suffer a lot in the panchayat grah building,” he added.
Meanwhile the teachers are appealing concerned authorities to look into the matter and save the reputation of education system which they are claiming to have improved.
2015 Kashmir Despatch