Students continue to wait for uniform
December 4, 2016 - School Uniform
The half-yearly examinations are nearing, though a students of several supervision schools have still not perceived their uniform and are attending classes wearing aged uniform and infrequently a ripped ones.
This is feared to emanate inconsistency among students.
It might be removed that a State government, with an aim to yield practice to powerloom weavers in Sircilla weave town, had placed an sequence for prolongation of fabric by mutually-aided mild societies (MACS) compulsory for supervision students.
The weavers were sensitive to furnish 1.11 crore meters of cloth value Rs. 45 crore.
Initially, it was due to furnish 33 lakh meters of fabric in 20 days after fixation a sequence in a initial week of July. The grey fabric constructed was handed over to a Telangana State Textile Complex Cooperative Society Limited for holding adult dyeing, estimate and printing.
But it is roughly 6 months given a sequence was placed, a Telangaa State Textile Complex Cooperative Society is nonetheless to palm over a cloth to Sarva Siksha Abhiyaan (SSA) for placement among students.
The SSA would yield Rs. 40 as stitching charges for a span of uniform. The Telangana Rashtra Teachers’ Federation (TRTF) district president, M. Prathap Reddy, found error with a supervision for non-supply of propagandize uniforms even as half-yearly examinations were turn a corner.
“When will a students get a fabric and when will they get it stitched?” he asked and demanded that a supervision boost a stitching charges to during slightest Rs. 100 per span of uniform.
“During tyro enrolment, we done high claims about supply of giveaway books and uniforms. But now, we have let them down,” lamented a supervision propagandize headmaster.
The Education Department officials pronounced that they have no thought when a uniforms would be distributed to a students.