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JORABAT, March 7 - Block Elementary Education Officer (BEEO) of Dimoria education block Prasanta Jagannath along with Cluster Resource Centre coordinator Kalpana Das visited Jorabat Lower Primary School recently on the direction of the DEEO, Kamrup Metro and found many irregularities plaguing the institution.

The visit by the education officers followed a report published in The Assam Tribune on February 22 regarding the irregularities facing the school like a rickety bamboo bridge at its entrance, unfenced boundaries, unusable toilet, land encroachment, low grade in Gunotsav and the irregular attendance of a lady teacher.

When contacted, District Elementary Education Officer (DEEO) and Inspector of School (IS) of Kamrup Metro Buli Gogoi Bhuyan said a report has been prepared and forwarded to the higher authorities regarding the irregularities after those were acknowledged by the BEEO of Dimoria.

It may be noted that a grievance was also filed on CPGRAM by RTI activist Okram Prasanta Singha on August 30, 2015 stating that �The land of Jorabat Prathamik Vidyalaya is encroached illegally by some miscreants/neighbours�. The grievance was received by the then commissioner and secretary of the Department of Pension and Public Grievances of Assam Sect (Civil), Mahtabuddin Ahmed. The grievance with registration number GOVAS/E/2015/00266, was later forwarded to ADC of Kamrup Metro Gunajit Kashyap last November.

Even though it has been over two-and-a-half years since Singha�s grievance was forwarded to the ADC, no visible action has been taken regarding the issue.

The RTI activist while expressing his displeasure at the turn of event, has urged the government to take action on �this serious issue as it is affecting the educational environment of the school�.

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Education officials visit school, admit irregularities

JORABAT, March 7 - Block Elementary Education Officer (BEEO) of Dimoria education block Prasanta Jagannath along with Cluster Resource Centre coordinator Kalpana Das visited Jorabat Lower Primary School recently on the direction of the DEEO, Kamrup Metro and found many irregularities plaguing the institution.

The visit by the education officers followed a report published in The Assam Tribune on February 22 regarding the irregularities facing the school like a rickety bamboo bridge at its entrance, unfenced boundaries, unusable toilet, land encroachment, low grade in Gunotsav and the irregular attendance of a lady teacher.

When contacted, District Elementary Education Officer (DEEO) and Inspector of School (IS) of Kamrup Metro Buli Gogoi Bhuyan said a report has been prepared and forwarded to the higher authorities regarding the irregularities after those were acknowledged by the BEEO of Dimoria.

It may be noted that a grievance was also filed on CPGRAM by RTI activist Okram Prasanta Singha on August 30, 2015 stating that �The land of Jorabat Prathamik Vidyalaya is encroached illegally by some miscreants/neighbours�. The grievance was received by the then commissioner and secretary of the Department of Pension and Public Grievances of Assam Sect (Civil), Mahtabuddin Ahmed. The grievance with registration number GOVAS/E/2015/00266, was later forwarded to ADC of Kamrup Metro Gunajit Kashyap last November.

Even though it has been over two-and-a-half years since Singha�s grievance was forwarded to the ADC, no visible action has been taken regarding the issue.

The RTI activist while expressing his displeasure at the turn of event, has urged the government to take action on �this serious issue as it is affecting the educational environment of the school�.

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