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Education affected due to waterlogging in Sheohar Bihar

Education affected due to waterlogging in Sheohar Bihar

Education affected due to waterlogging in Sheohar, the life of students disfigured

There is no access to and from the schools. More than two dozen schools are in the grip of waterlogging. Somewhere there is a lack of road and somewhere the school is in the grip of waterlogging. There are many such schools among them, where they remain in the grip of waterlogging throughout the year.

After the floods and incessant rains in the area, there is water logging from village to city. Due to waterlogging, not only traffic has been affected, but the education of the children has also been eclipsed.

In the light of the instructions of the government, now efforts are on in the direction of registering 100% attendance of the children in the schools. But, waterlogging has spoiled the education of school children.

The condition is that there is no way to even go to four more schools. More than two dozen schools are in the grip of waterlogging. Somewhere there is a lack of road and somewhere the school is in the grip of waterlogging.

There are many such schools among them, where they remain in the grip of waterlogging throughout the year. In such a situation, be it a teacher or a student, everyone is compelled to go through the fields with water.

Education affected due to waterlogging in Sheohar Bihar

Presently there is knee-deep water in the field. Teachers are compelled to do their duty by handling water. The presence of students remains negligible due to the fear of jokes and snakes in the water.

Due to the fear of accidents arising out of waterlogging, parents are refraining from sending their children to school. Basware Girls’ School located in Adauri of Puranhiya block is in the grip of waterlogging.

The same is the case with Hathisar Deodhi Tola Primary School.

There is a lack of access road to the school and the footpath is also in the grip of waterlogging. Bakhar Chandiha Turha Tola Primary School building is surrounded by waterlogging.

There are four feet of water on the way to the school. The teachers and teachers of these schools are compelled to go after drinking water.

The same is the case with dozens of schools in Tariyani, Dumri Katsari, Sheohar and Piprahi. A teacher told that it is necessary to go to school and drinking water is a compulsion.

Waterlogging in many schools throughout the year

Dozens of such schools in the Sheohar district are in the grip of waterlogging throughout the year. In the absence of a single road, teachers and children are forced to go to school by taking water through all the fields and trails.

The picture is of Middle School Vishunpur Mansingh. High school is also running in this middle school premises. Both the schools have an enrollment of 600 children. 12 teachers are also posted.

Despite the continuous demand from teachers, children and parents, the access road to the school could not be constructed. Similarly, dozens of schools of Panchayat like Mohanpur, Shankarpur Bindhi, Bisahi, Mesouda, Kumma etc. are in the grip of waterlogging.

Social activists Ajab Lal Choudhary and Mukund Prakash Mishra have demanded from the district administration the arrangement of drainage from waterlogged schools and the construction of link roads in schools without roads.

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AUTHORDeepa Chandravanshi

Deepa Chandravanshi is the founder of The Magadha Times & Chandravanshi. Deepa Chandravanshi is a writer, Social Activist & Political Commentator.

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