The school has neither concrete nor asbestos roofed rooms. A four-wall area is covered with a polythene sheet and tiny students are studying under it, braving cold, heat and rain in turns of seasons through the year. The school has also no window. Even though students are studying in the pitiable condition for over a year, this has not come to notice of authorities yet.
The State Government claims spending crores of rupees in implementing various programmes for school education.
“Classes are often held on veranda of the school.
While four teachers are on the job and currently 73 students are studying this year, lack of classrooms has severely disrupted teaching, said villagers.
They informed that all children of nearby villages are now studying in the Ghurudukhaman Primary School as the nearby Gopalpali primary School has been closed.
Villagers have demanded that the half-constructed classrooms be completed soon.
When contacted, the District Education Officer said steps will be taken soon for completion of the school building.
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