Unfacilitated School

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Zarnaz Assa
Before 8 years I used to read in Gokdan school where everything required had to be done by the students themselves and it is surprising to mention that it was a primary school but only it had two classrooms. The other students had to manage themselves under a tree, near the wall or beside a classroom similarly, there was no peon but unfortunately, the work of e done by the students themselves and it is surprising to mention that it was a primary school but only it had two classrooms. The other students had to manage themselves under a tree, near the wall or beside a classroom similarly, there was no peon but unfortunately, the work of   the peon had to be done by the students. I wonder why we were sent to school whether for working or reading. The school where I read was not facilitated such as, there was no water, electricity, no classrooms, no office for the teachers, and it had no qualified teachers. The most amazing is that the same school today is in the same condition as it was. People can only see the structure of the school but nothing else. The students read now they are suffering from the same circumstances and hardships as we faced. I myself read in that school where I had to bring water and manage the other required things of the school. Despite passing 8 years, now I find my small sister doing the same things in the same school as we had to do. There is no one else to bring this into their notice and get the problem solved. Despite receiving budgets from government after every year for the school but there comes no changes for the school. Thus, the concerned authority has to bring this into their consideration.