Schools could open from 1st July

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal,

In this scorching heat, the entire country is in the grip of a heat wave, due to which the day time temperature is rising from 45 to touch 50 degrees.

In this scenario, on the orders of the State Education Center, Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal, the supplementary/re-examination of class 5th and 8th is going to be held in the state from 3rd to 8th June, the examination centers for which have been made 10 to 20 kilometers away. In this way, an attempt is being made to play with the health of the children of the state. Provincial President of Tribal Welfare Teachers Association, DK Singaur, has written a letter to the Commissioner, Directorate of Public Instruction, Madhya Pradesh and the Commissioner, State Education Center, Bhopal, urging them to reconsider the time table of supplementary/re-examination of classes V and VIII. Teacher leader Hiranand Narwaria Mukesh Patidar, General Secretary Manish Pawar, Shireen Qureshi, Preeti Suryesh, Arun Kushwaha, Irfan Mansouri said that due to the general elections held in the state till May 13 and the counting training after the elections, most of the teachers have no benefit of summer vacation. In view of this and in view of the scorching heat, teachers and students should be given leave till 30th June instead of 31st May.

Schools should start from July 1. Anyway, due to severe shortage of water in rural areas this summer, the attendance of children in school is going to be negligible, in such a situation it would be unreasonable for teachers to be present in school.

Leave a Reply