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Kids from 61 schools transferred to other institutions

Published On : 24 Aug 2018   |  Reported By : Courtesy: DHNS   |  Pic On: Photo credit DHNS


Bengaluru, (DHNS): Students from 61 schools, which have been hit by floods, will be transferred to the nearest government, aided and private schools, Primary and Secondary Education Minister N Mahesh said on Thursday.

He said the damage to roads had made it impossible for students to reach schools. “We have started lessons at rehabilitation centres in places where mobility has become impossible,” he said. He said buildings of nine schools had collapsed completely, 163 classrooms had suffered damages and steps would be taken to restore them.

“We need up to Rs 4 crore for these works,” he said. Welcoming the decision of the government employees and teachers to give away their one day’s salary to the chief minister’s relief fund, he said it would amount to a contribution of Rs 100 crore. “We are getting Rs 40 crore from teachers alone,” he said, adding that Rs 120 crore sanctioned for restoration of classrooms would also be put to use.







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