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Poor infrastructure, Teachers' crisis hit rural areas' Education system in Tripura amid decorative speeches of Ministers
TIWN Jan 16, 2021
Poor infrastructure, Teachers' crisis hit rural areas' Education system in Tripura amid decorative speeches of Ministers
PHOTO : Education Minister Ratanlal Nath addressing media. TIWN File Photo.

AGARTALA, Jan 16 (TIWN): Education Minister, Ratanlal Nath repeatedly claims that in recent years the state's education system has changed a lot but the ground reality shows different scenarios. Schools in remote areas are continuing with poor infrastructure but our Education Minister’s decorative speeches about education never ended.

Such a poor condition of school again captured in our camera, the Rangramaha Para School, located along the road of Atharomura hill is in deplorable condition. The student strength in this school is 35 but the teachers are only 2. This school has been in disarray since the left era but in the regime BJP the schools condition remains same. Students are being deprived from mid-day-meal along with crisis of drinking water.

School students come to school with a ray of hope of getting a mid day meal but unfortunately they return home hopelessly and it becomes an everyday’s issue.

Such stagnation has been going on for a long time. Also, the school students could not answer the name of school, where they are studying on being asked the school name by our media.

However, the school was established in 1982 but it’s a matter of shame that even after so many years, the school student is still deprived of the light of education. The school is plagued with various problems but no steps have been yet taken to fix it. At the same time, teachers crisis has turned another major issue.

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