Educational Environmental Social Sport and Cultural Society (EESSCS) Bhalessa, Doda in a meeting expressed their concern over the falling graph of Education sector in Bhalessa and Bhatyas Zone due to lacking of proper infrastructure and staff in various schools. The meeting was organized by the Chairman EESSCS Bhalessa Mohammed Ayoub Zargar which was attended by the members of society, senior citizens, parents and social activists of the area. While speaking on the occasion, Chairman of the society said that concerned authorities are playing with the future of poor and rural students by denying them from their fundamental rights of better education. “There are various schools in Educational Zone of Bhatyas and Gandoh where student ratio is high and buildings (infrastructure) are insufficient as a result students are getting Education in open sky which is matter of great concern”, Zarger said adding that High School Bhatoli (Chilly) of Bhatyas Zone has Enrolment of 276 students and there is only 4 Teacher and 1 Master available to teach these students. He further said that there is no Kitchen shed or playable field (playground) and there are only two rooms for classes. It is pertinent to mention here that this institution is located in remote area and students belongs mostly ST, SC and BPL families. The members of Society appealed to the Education Minister to look into the matter personally so that students of backward area get the social justice.