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Govt fails to implement SSA in State
3/19/2018 11:40:42 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 19: Despite incessant thrust of MHRD to provide education to all at elementary level but the government of Jammu and Kashmir has failed to implement the centrally sponsored schemes (SSA) in letter and spirit as various infrastructures sanctioned for elementary schools level by the ministry is yet to see daylight.
As per the report compiled by the Ministry of Human Resources and Development (MHRD) over elementary schools levels narrates the different pictures as per claims of Jammu and Kashmir Education Department, as nearly hundred of schools still not thrown open for schools going children in the rural areas or far flung areas.
The documents reveals that till March, 31 2017, the union government has got approval to open 10,894 primary schools and 7072 Upper Primary schools across the states but the department of education hasn't succeeded to open 109 Primary schools and Upper Primary Schools so far which shows nonchalant attitude of the department concerned to elementary education.
The document further reveals that under the centrally sponsored schemes, the ministry has gave nod to construct 10639 Primary Schools buildings as well as 1389 buildings of Upper Primary schools but slow pace of government to construct the schools building can be gauged from this figures, the department has succeeded only constructed 9343 schools buildings and remaining 1296 primary schools buildings either yet to be completed or will start to construct by the department. "While 72 buildings of Upper Primary Schools also not constructed so far", the document revealed.
Under the same scheme (Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan), the union government had sanctioned to construct nearly 24022 additional classrooms and 1167 Head Master rooms but the government has not completed the same in set time bound, there are 4772 additional class rooms still not executed by the department. Moreover 172 schools are functional without head master rooms which enough to explain the tall claims of said government to provide education to all at elementary level.
"There are 4320 boys toilets out of 8858 sanctioned in different schools but most of them are yet to constructed which shows poor performance over sanitation", the reports narrates.
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