Where on one side the centre boosts about its Education for All scheme, on the other hand the condition of municipal schools is making its mission a failure. Our correspondent visited the municipal schools in Bhiwandi and brings to you the reality of education for these students. The Centre’s effort of increasing the percentage of literacy in India and providing education to all under its “Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan” is proving to be a failure as the reality is far away from it. This is a classroom of a municipal school in Bhiwandi where four classes are being conducted simultaneously. This Urdu school no. 67 do not even have walls for the classrooms as a result of which 4 classes are being conducted in the same place. Sometimes due to the loud noise, the conversation between the student & teacher becomes very difficult. But the principal of the school is forced to carry on the school as there is no other alternative. The nmisery of the students and the teachers do not end here. They have to study in unhygienic conditions with open electric wires everywhere. Even the structure of the building is deteriorating. It is not just in Bhiwandi but municipal schools in Nizampur are also facing many issues. You would be shocked to hear that this Urdu School no. 63 in Nizampur have become victim of encroachment as on the ground floor of the building exists a fire brigade office & on the 2nd floor is taken over by BMC employees where they stay for last 10 years. With cameraperson Ravi Nikam, Monica Bhosale for NMTV news.
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