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Operation Kayakalp: The campus of Jehanabad School turned into a swamp

Operation Kayakalp: The campus of Jehanabad School turned into a swamp

Operation Kayakalp: The campus of Jehanabad School turned into a swamp

On the one hand, basic facilities are being increased in the council schools under Operation Kayakalp, while the campus of primary school number one of Jehanabad town is turning into a swamp.

In such a situation, it is difficult for the children to come and go.

Under Operation Kayakalp, the boundary wall of council schools, maintenance of rooms and toilets etc. were repaired, but the plight of primary school number one of Jehanabad town has not gone away.

Operation Rejuvenation Jehanabad: The campus of Jehanabad School turned into a swamp

The filth, piles of soil and filled water are telling the story of the plight of the school premises.

In such a situation, students have to pass through water and mud. Not only this, but other buildings of the school are also in dilapidated condition, which may collapse at any time.

The windows and doors of these rooms have disappeared. There is no trace of them. The headmaster of the school was asked about the dirt and waterlogging in the courtyard, but he expressed his inability.

Under Operation Kayakalp Yojana, an ambitious scheme launched by the government, in the year 2020-21, about 23 lakh rupees were approved for the beautification of three council schools of the city. But till now not a single school work has been completed. While the fourth month of the new financial year is going on.

About four thousand children are studying in 38 council schools in the city area. To restore all the basic facilities to the city council schools, it was started in rural areas by the government.

On the lines of Operation Kayakalp scheme, Operation Kayakalp scheme was started in the year July 2020 in urban areas. The government has set 14 parameters. Accordingly, construction work has to be done in schools.

In the year 2020-21, eight schools including Composite School Rastipur, Composite School Rampur Chakia, Primary School Yusufpura, Upper Primary School Mughalpura, Composite School Khwajajahanpur were selected under the Operation Kayakalp scheme.

Due to budget constraints, Rs 23 lakh could be released only for Composite School Rampur Chakia, Primary School Yusufpura and Upper Primary School Mughalpura.

The fourth month of the financial session 2021-22 is going on, but till now not a single school has been saturated.

In this regard, Ajit Tiwari, the nodal officer of the scheme and district coordinator, says that the works to be done under the Operation Kayakalp scheme in the council schools of the city have to be done through the Municipal Council.

The construction work is going on at a slow pace. A letter will be sent to the Municipality through the District Magistrate. Sanjay Kumar Mishra, executive

officer of the municipality said that due to corona infection, there is a problem during the work being done under the Operation Kayakalp scheme in the council schools.

Soon the construction work will be completed.
14 standards of a rejuvenation plan

Pure and safe drinking water, Boys toilet, Girl toilet, Divyang accessible toilet, Kitchen tiling, Floor tiling of rooms, Divyang accessible ramp and railing in school premises, Electricity connection of school, Toilet, Tap water supply in urinal, Multiple handwashing Includes unit, blackboard, proper school colouring, paint, proper wiring in rooms and electrical equipment.

 

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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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