Aurangabad School News Government wants to improve the educational condition. There should be regular education in schools. After becoming the Principal Secretary of the Education Department, KK Pathak has been engaged in reforms, but it seems difficult to improve the problems of schools. The school was established in 1963 in Marvatpur village of Malwan Panchayat of Obra district.

Surendra Vaidya, Obra (Aurangabad). The government wants the situation of education to improve. There should be regular education in schools. After becoming the Principal Secretary of the Education Department, KK Pathak has been engaged in reforms, but it seems difficult to improve the problems of schools.

The school was established in 1963 in Marvatpur village of Malwan Panchayat of Obra district. Sant Padarath Singh of the village became MLA from Obra parliamentary constituency in 1952 and 1969.

Once upon a time, a school was opened in the village, but the road to it was still blocked. Students go to school with the help of rams.

The parents of most students themselves send their children to school. The school is about 900 meters away from the road.

Problems arise during rainy season

It becomes difficult for children to go to school during rainy days. Children kept getting injured by falling from the ram. Krishnakant Sharma of Dihuri village said that Shri Padras Babu lit the lamp of education in the area. He is remembered for his development in the field of education. He is an honest and decent man.

Lack of access to schools in Marwatpur affects educational activities. Villagers Umesh Singh, Dharmendra Kumar and Mithilesh Sharma told journalists that the road to reach the school has not been built since its inception.

As part of the investigation, 20 links have been compromised. Kalahar no longer exists due to encroachment. The authorities did not pay any attention to the route to school.

there are two rooms in the school

The school runs in two rooms. The curriculum is taught from first to fifth grade. It is a two-storey building with only one room. One room houses teachers’ offices and lunch facilities.

Students sit in the same room and receive education. You can imagine how classes 1 to 5 are taught in one room and how three teachers teach. There are 120 students on the school campus, but the daily attendance is 70 to 75.

It is necessary to construct a teaching building. The school has land, but the teaching building has not been constructed yet. Principal Ritesh Kumar told that children from classes one to five study in the same room. To increase the numbers, teacher and parent workshops were organized.

Villagers should cooperate in building roads. The villagers will tell you where Kalahar is. It is necessary to build a road till the school. Officials also face difficulties in inspecting schools. Villagers will have to come forward to build the road to the school. Before constructing a road, road lines must be drawn. – Deepak Kumar, Education Officer, Obra Block, Aurangabad.