50% schools yet to be inspected, Noida 3rd from last on list

  • | Wednesday | 22nd November, 2023

NOIDA: Noida has ranked 73rd in the state in the rate of inspections of schools. In October, only 275 of 575 schools were inspected by a district-level team. The inspection is based on parameters such as quality of education and mid-day meals. Ghaziabad, meanwhile, has performed better, making it to the 26th spot. The maximum number of schools were inspected in Baghpat.Headed by the district magistrate, teams formed at the block level carry out inspection and a report is prepared every month.A month back, in September, GB Nagar was at 50th position in therank list. As per the guidelines, on completion of 94.2% of inspections, each district gets ten marks, likewise, if a district scores below 48.34%, it gets no points for that. In October, with only 47.83% of schools inspected, Noida scored no marks for the school inspection survey.We conducted the inspections on time. However, the data couldnt be uploaded on the portal due to technical glitches. Instructions have been given to all officers to maintain the data on time, said Manish Kumar Verma, the district magistrate of Gautam Buddh Nagar.After inspecting 535 of 615 schools, Ghaziabad completed 86.9% of inspections in October and secured 7 out of 10 marks. The district was at rank 4 in September with 94.96% accomplishment of school inspection.Last time, the rank was better. We will look into why it has deteriorated. We will also try to complete 100% inspection on the next round, said OP Yadav, the BSA of Ghaziabad.With 580 out of 591 schools inspected, maximum inspections were carried out in Baghpat.We also published the following articles recentlyRailway Board member inspects Vande Bharat production at ICFRoop Narayan Sunkar, Railway Board member for infrastructure, visited the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) to inspect coach production and the progress of Vande Bharat trains. The purpose of the visit was to ensure that the factory has all the necessary facilities for the manufacture of Vande Bharat trains in the coming months. Sunkar also held discussions with the ICF general manager and other department heads to discuss ongoing projects at the factory. He praised the workmanship and skills of the ICF staff in producing coaches, including the Vande Bharat Express, using indigenous technology.Allahabad high court reserves its order on Mathura Idgah inspection pleaThe Allahabad High Court has reserved its order on an application seeking the appointment of a court commissioner to inspect the Shahi Masjid Idgah in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. The Hindu side claims that the mosque was built over the birthplace of Lord Krishna. The application was filed by the deity Bhagwan Shri Krishna Virajman and seven others, who argue that there are signs establishing the presence of a Hindu temple beneath the mosque, including a lotus-shaped pillar and an image of the Hindu deity Sheshnaag.Expect we can reach victims in two-odd days: Nitin Gadkari after inspecting Uttarkashi tunnel crash siteUnion Minister Nitin Gadkari visited the Uttarkashi tunnel collapse site and expressed hope that the trapped victims would be reached within the next two to two-and-a-half days. Private tunnel experts have also been involved in the rescue efforts, and food, medicine, and oxygen are being provided through pipes. Gadkari emphasized the difficult geology and terrain in the Himalayas and urged people not to jump to conclusions about the incident. The under-construction tunnel collapsed on November 12.

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