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Malath,Bhalessa Govt high school in shambles

Malath,Bhalessa Govt high school in shambles
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Gandoh:  Government High School (GHS) Malath Bhalessa one of the oldest schools in Doda district still lack basic infrastructure and amenities.
The school has enrolment of 270 students from class 1to 10.The Govt High school Malth  has four rooms.

Highlighting the problems faced by the teaching facilities,school building faculties, washroom/toilets,library faculties and students interacted with media persons on July 26 at Government high school Malath Bhalessa.

while interacting with media persons,Shanaz Banoo said that there is no laboratory or library in the school while the classes are mostly conducted in the open sky due to lack of infrastructure.Not to talk of staff toilets, there are no toilets even for the boys as well as girl students of this High School. Even after implementation of RMSA, the school remained the same without proper building.
“School building is more like a shed, school should be comfortable to learn and study”, said Shanaz.

Further, students of the school urged the department to build an additional science practical room and provide facilities.
Government high school Malath Bhalessa lack of basic infrastructure and students together appealed to the department in-charge to take the matter “seriously” as it would be unfair to neglect the poor students enrolled in the school.

“GHS Malath Bhalessa deserves to upgrade the school to higher secondary, if the government takes initiative to construct the school building,”Shanaz said.
The parents sought immediate intervention of the  Director Education in this regard.

Meanwhile, Minister for Rural Development Panchayati Raj,Low and justice, Abdul Haq Khan assured that he will take raise the issue of staff and other related issues with concerned authorities and their grievances will be redressal shortly. He Further directed the BDO concerned to construct a protection wall for the school to ensure proper drainage of water,” Haq Khan told.

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