Maximum Govt Schools lack infrastructure and basic facilities: Vikram Singh

Newspoint Bureau
Jammu Tawi, December 20
JK Against Corruption (JKAC) today organized a Drawing Competition in continuous to ongoing Awareness Against Corruption at Girls High School Tawi Pull Par Nehru Narket, Jammu in which several students of school take part. Prominent among those who were present Vikram Singh Chairman, Leela Jamwal Vice Chairman Incharge Women Wing, Rajan Gupta, Rajkumar, Bipan Singh Bakshi, Sanjeev Kumar, Tarseem Manhas, Bavita and Uma.
Vikram Singh Chairman of JK Against Corruption said maximum of Government Schools Lack of infrastructure and basic facilities which is a matter of concern as in government schools maximum students belong to poor families. Vikram Singh appealed to CM Madam Mehbobba Mufti and Education Minister Naeem Akhter Sahab that schools which lack basic facilities should be closed and only one school in radius of two Kilometer should be allowed. Vikram Singh said continuous efforts can change the system, we can’t change it by cursing the system, let us take first step in good direction so that people could easily follow our footsteps in future for which we are conducting awareness programs to educate students as well as youths through pledges, plays and now through Drawing Competition programs at school and District Levels.

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