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Jacobabad About 50 per cent of 233 girls primary schools non-functional

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Jacobabad About 50 per cent of 233 girls primary schools non-functional

Jacobabad: About 50 per cent of 233 girls primary schools in the district were non-functional, according a survey conducted out by an NGO.

The survey by Community Development Foundation found 118 of 233 girls' primary schools non-functional.

It said that 32 informal schools opened in 1996 for the poor people under a scheme for encouraging students to pass five classes within three years met failure because no student could pass even class one but the staff were still drawing salary.

The villagers told the survey team that they had informed the EDO of education and other officers concerned but no action had been taken against the absentee staff.

The survey said that fake educational certificates were issued to girls in connivance with educational officers. There was no furniture in most of the schools. The furniture had either been taken away by influential persons of the area or the department had not bothered to supply it at all and reportedly misappropriated the funds, the report said.

The survey said that a number of school buildings were occupied by the landlords and were being used as their autaqs or store room for keeping fodder for cattle heads.

The survey team urged the government to take action against the officials and absentee teachers and take effective measure to make the schools functional.

میں بہت عظیم ہوں جو کہ بہت ہی عظیم علمی کام کررہا ہوں