“Filthy education system”,2 Teachers for 70 students in GPS at Pattan

ANH Desk

Asiannewshub/ Itifaq Lone

Baramulla, July 10 : Government Primary school (GPS) here in Pattan area of Baramulla district has only two teachers for over 70 enrolled students since teachers fail to teach all the compulsory subjects in Six classes.

Not with standing the high claims of the government that education is one of its prime focus areas; Government Primary School (GPS) in Mir  village of Pattan has only two teachers for more than seventy students in six classes.

Students told Asiannewshub that they are not taught all the subjects because it is not possible for just two teacher to teach all classes.

“Students of KG to class third are taught in one combined class room and students of class 4th, 5th  in another one class,” students told.

The teachers also grieved that it is humanly impossible for us to teach all the subjects since every class has five subjects to be taught per day.

Parents, residents are aghast over school education department and told Asiannewshub that they approached officials many times for posting more faculty  in the school but that seem to turn blind eye towards the school.

“The school is not functioning properly since students are deprived of official apathy,” “this is a filthy education system in Kashmir,” a resident told.

The residents told Asiannewshub that their wards have not even started couple of subject and not even studied a single chapter from certain books.

“The term exam are on head and our wards have not studied a word since there is no adequate teaching staff in the school.

Meanwhile the parents, students of the school demands more staff for the educational institution so as to put an end to their suffering.

Despite several attempts by Asiannewshub, CEO Baramulla, Ghulam Mohammed Lone could not be reached for his comments.


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