Only 4 teachers for 250 children: Kannada Sahitya Parishad demands to solve teacher shortage in Mudhola Run’s school

Bengaluru: Children are being deprived of education due to lack of teachers in the government Kannada school named after Kavi Rannan. By providing only 4 teachers for approximately 250 children, the education department is squandering the lives of children. Kannada Sahitya Parishad President Dr. Nadoja said that teachers should be immediately appointed to the model Kannada primary school in the middle of Mudhol city and basic facilities should be provided. Mahesh Joshi demanded.

The condition of government primary school named Rannan in the center of Mudhola taluk of Bagalkote district is very bad and there is lack of adequate teachers. This school with 250 students is a symbol of the pride of Kannada nation. It is unfortunate that the Kannada school in Kavi Ranna’s land has come to such a state.
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Children of government-run model primary schools are coming in front of the media and claiming that they have a shortage of teachers. The school development committee has also brought to the attention of the government about the poor condition of the school and the shortage of teachers. Dr. Nadoja said that only the education department is not recruiting teachers for the basic facilities and building repairs, which is directly responsible for the poor condition of the school. Mahesh Joshi expressed displeasure.
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In this regard, Kannada Sahitya Parishad has written a letter to Govinda Karajola, MLA and Minister of Mudhol Assembly Constituency, and BC Nagesh, Minister of Primary and Secondary Education, requesting them to appoint necessary teachers including basic facilities for the government-run model primary school. The education department should not follow the two-way policy regarding Kannada schools and should move forward for the survival of Kannada schools. Dr. Nadoja said that the government is indirectly creating a situation where children do not go to Kannada schools. Mahesh Joshi expressed concern.