Mangaluru: Water scarcity notwithstanding, schools to reopen on May 29


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, May 27: Primary and high schools in the state are set to reopen on May 29 after summer holidays. Although the threat of water shortage looms large, as of now, there is no change in the decision of the department to reopen the schools on May 29.

The officials in the department of education say that wherever water shortage is acute, schools have to take a stand on whether there is need to allow the students to go home after the forenoon classes.

This decision has to be conveyed to block education officers and either the deputy commissioner of the district concerned or the government has to take a stand on such proposals, they added.

  

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  • Evans C. Sumitra, Udupi/New York, USA.

    Mon, May 27 2019

    The idea is good but I doubt whether it will work as the water situation is very bad. How can the schools run unless water is supplied through some source or the other.

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