Shri Ram Sena's Jammu and Kashmir state president, Rajiv Mahajan while welcoming the initiative of Prime Minister Narender Modi for direct interaction and question- answer session with the students of J&K state at Kendriya Vidyalya Leh through video- conferencing on Teacher's Day, demanded him to reach out to each and every student of the country for their guidance and solace.
a press release issued here today, Rajiv Mahajan castigated the state
government for poor education system in the state. He said in
government schools where students are available, teachers are absent
and where teachers are available, the number of students is too
of the government schools run in dilapidated building and classes are
taken in the open space. No facility is available to students as well
teachers in adverse weather. There is no liability on any officer for
poor result of government schools and number of rolls in government
schools despite highly qualified teachers as compared to private
further said that in the year 2007 the then Chief Minister Ghulam
Nabi Azad had sanctioned Rs 1 crore for the start of Mass
Communication course in Jammu University but till date it has not
seen the light of the day.
"Where the amount of Rs 1 crore has gone
is better known to Azad or the University authorities. Institute of
Music and Fine Arts (IMFA), the prestigious institute of the state
does not have its own building for running," said Mahajan.
urged the state government to revisit its education policy and devise
strategy for smooth functioning of education department in the
interest of students of the state.