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USGPS suffers from classroom shortage in Bogura

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  • 14 November, 2021 12:00 AM
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USGPS suffers from classroom shortage in Bogura

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BOGURA: The students and teachers of Unahat Singra Government Primary School (USGPS) under Dupchanchia upazila in the district have been suffering from acute classroom shortage for a long time.

As a result, smooth teaching system of the school is being disrupted as well as the tender pupils are being deprived of sound teaching environment. To manage class rooms, the school authority have divided one classroom into two parts by hanging certain.

During the final examination of primary education certificate (PEC) over 700 students rushed here as the school is enrolled for the Primary Education Certificate (PEC) center. But there is no facilities of washroom here which causes untold misery to the examinees.

The school needs six classrooms but, more than two hundred students of the school are attending in only four rooms. To meet the problem, the school authorities divided one classroom into two parts by hanging curtains in the middle of room.

 While visiting the correspondent found the classes are being held in a crazy environment as the little students are shouting during class time. The students and teacher lose their attention due to noisy atmosphere.

A fourth grade student Muslema Khatun said the students cannot pay heed to their lesson as noises from other classrooms hinder their attention. She seeks attention of authority concern to make a new building soon to reduce the suffering of the students.

Md Abdar Rashid head teacher of USGPS said he sent letters to the higher authority seeking immediate step to solve the classroom problem. Urgently two class room is needed for ensuring smooth teaching, he added.

Upazila Education Officer Sharif Ahmed said with the attempt of government all of school will get new building but it is matter of time. The problem will be reduced soon, he expected.

Executive engineer of Local Government of Engineering Department (LGED) Md Galam Morshed said to solve the classroom scarcity, the authority would take initiative.