Bring changes in selectively designed education system, a teacher from Handwara writes to LG Murmu

Srinagar, Apr 18 (KNS): A government teacher from Mawer area of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district shot a letter to Lieutenant Governor Girish Chandra Murmu and appealed him to bring changes in imparting of education system which has been designed selectively.

According to Kashmir News Service (KNS), Azim Hafeez Mir, a teacher at Upper Primary School Malikpora Zone Mawer penned down, “I wish to write and address this letter to your good self that kindly bring some sort of changes in informal education imparting system which is selectively designed.

All though being a teacher it is not difficult for me to give online lecture but unfortunately due to lack of technical expertise, the students are not able to get connected with these classes. The condition of students at this juncture leads me to distress and pain which can’t be explicated”.

“It pains me so deep that affects my inner. It is like as I have been bruised off with some sharp metal because when I found myself delivering the excellent words to the four walls of the room only and not any student around attending me, I felt ashamed that this deliverance would not going so effective to the students whom I belong to?”, teacher wrote.

“Being a teacher and a parent, I also wish to draw your kind attention to the problems faced by these SC/ST students who are lacking smart phones due to limited source of income their parents have.

Sir kindly look into these urgencies with great favor and aptitude and take effective measures in bringing changes in this selective method of imparting education”, he penned down. (KNS) 

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