Such is the nation of infrastructure for the government high faculty at Bankoot in Bandipora district. Some college students must train in the kitchen, which serves as a shop room. Students of sophistication 6th had been stuffed up in one corner of the kitchen where tea is concurrently prepared on a gasoline stove in another nook. “What can we analyze in college surroundings where college students are taught in the kitchen? One can simplest consider the trauma college students are going through,” said Insha Manzoor, a pupil of Sophistication 6th.
“In one nook of the small room, food and tea are being prepared at the gas range while, in the other nook, students are being imparted instructions using the lecturers,” stated Auqib, every other student of sophistication 6th. She noted that the government is bragging about offering students edge infrastructure and smart classrooms to the other side; they even fail to provide fundamental infrastructure to the government schools in far-off places. Bankoot was set up in 1963 as a middle college for a large populace, its adjoining villages, Panar, Tanghat, Pazalpora, and Athwatoo. The faculty was later upgraded to high school in November 2005; however, its infrastructure and group of workers remained as though it had changed into a center faculty.
Students in the school also rued the loss of basic centers like drinking water, electricity, and a washroom. The school has simply six classrooms for 400 students. Residents said that in 2013, a two-room construction was constructed below the constituency improvement fund of the then MLA Bandipora. Still, the building is yet to be handed over to the faculty authorities. “The admission process inside the faculty continues to be happening, and we wonder in which we can accommodate the students who’re in search of admission in this college,” said the trainer who wanted no longer to be named.
“Five years ago, two additional rooms were built in the college premises, but they’re to be surpassed by the school.” Chief schooling officer for Bandipora, Javid Iqbal, said he recently joined his obligation within the district and became ignorant of the college’s state of affairs. “If the scholars have an authentic problem, it’d be addressed,” Iqbal stated.