02-26-2015, 05:45 PM
Many of examination centers in the city Tilak Inter College locality Quila, CB Ganj Inter College CB Ganj town and Krish Inter College Paradali could not arrange furniture suitable for students on the first day of the exam started February 19 by the State Board. Students in some schools were forced to sit on mats and coir take the exam with no buildings crumbled own facilities of drinking water and electricity.
A similar situation was seen in constituency SP leader Azam Khan of Rampur where girls sitting on their board exams sat on mats coir girls inter Zulfiqar University. In some schools, the situation was so serious that students brought their own candles due to lack of electricity. Some 23.632 students appeared for the exam at 76 centers Rampur Thursday. According Rampur DIOS Maya Devi, "We have demanded funds for government furnished classrooms for new session."
Meanwhile, Bareilly school authorities claimed that the number of students scheduled to appear in their centers were more capacity, making them asked the students to adjust downward. When asked about the availability of tables and chairs, Hari Om Mishra, Principal Tilak Inter College said, "wooden chairs used in schools are not available on the open market while plastic chairs would not have been comfortable for students."
On February 23, appearing for the examination of the Board CB Ganj Inter College students can be to face the similar problem.