Navsarjan survey suggests remote schools lack basic infrastructure in Gujarat
A survey by Navsarjan Trust has revealed that despite Gujarat government claims of one of the best infrastructure facilities compared to rest of India’s schools, things have failed to improve in remote and backward villages. In a representation handed over to the district education officer, the Baal Adhikar Suraksha Samiti, a local NGO working for child rights, has revealed, quoting the survey, how in several of the primary schools there are no separate toilets for girls, there is lack of basic seating facilities for children from classes 1 to 4, and computers, though installed, are not in use. Carried out in villages of eight talukas of Surendranagar district, the survey suggests how things have not improved despite state-sponsored child education drive in order to improve quality of education.
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