Infrastructures of 20 border schools dilapidated: DDSE

* China bordering school functions satisfactorily

AALO, Oct 26: The teachers and students in border areas of Mechukha and Monigong blocks have been learning under pathetic condition as most of the school infrastructure like buildings, hostels and teachers quarters were dilapidated as was found by West Siang DDSE Ete Ete during inspection of 20 schools from October 19h to 24 last to get first hand information about their functioning.

The inspection covered examining teachers’ performance and implementation of MDM scheme during interaction with villagers, teachers, non-teaching staff and students. He found that the teaching and non-teaching staff has been rendering quality education despite communication bottleneck, inhospitable terrain and extreme cold climate though some staff irregularity was detected. The teaching process at GLP School at Chengo or Namo Siva, last village bordering China was highly satisfactory.

Stray animals and anti social elements were making the schools unhygienic and insecure in absence of boundary walls. However, the DDSE received many complaints from villagers requesting to relieve teachers from BLO the duty which greatly hampers teaching process and   school remains closed for days together for election work.

A teacher of Chengo GLPS  appointed as BLO of Pangri, a  two-day foot march from his place of posting;  out of five teachers of Karle GUPS, four appointed as BLO for which school remained closed with the teachers on election duty, they cited some of the few chronic problems faced by the  teaching community serving in the remote areas.

He was accompanied by BEO-west-cum-CMSSY, CMDB & RMS nodal officer Kento Ngomdir, MDM coordinator Iken Bagra, BEO east-cum-sports in-charge Bamin Loyi, RMSA IT coordinator Karto Ete, Menchukha BEO Jigme Onge and Monigong-Pidi BEO Pemba Sona. (DIPRO)

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