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Parents seek MP’s intervention to revive Jagiroad Central School

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HT Correspondent

 

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MORIGAON, Nov 27: In a move to address the dire straits plaguing Jagiroad Central School, a delegation of concerned parents met with MP Pradyut Bordoloi on Monday, submitting a memorandum outlining the long-standing issues affecting the school’s operations.

Jagiroad Central School has been grappling with a host of challenges, including a halt in new admissions for the past three consecutive years, casting a shadow of uncertainty over the future of its students. The school’s fate hangs in the balance, as its closure looms amidst the Nagaon Paper Mill’s closure.

Since the Assam Industrial Development Corporation (AIDC) acquired the Nagaon Paper Mill, the school’s future has been shrouded in darkness. The AIDC has imposed a deadline of March, further intensifying the parents’ and school authorities’ anxieties.

Seeking immediate intervention, the parents’ delegation, led by Atanu Bora, Dr Habibur Rahman, Bul Bul Chowdhury, Nekibur Rahman, Mohan Das, and Surya Kumar Das, presented a comprehensive account of the school’s deteriorating condition to MP Bordoloi.

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In response, MP Bordoloi assured the parents and school authorities that he would raise the school’s plight during the upcoming winter session of the Lok Sabha, seeking an audience with the Union education minister to discuss the matter.

The parents’ impassioned plea highlights the urgent need for decisive action to safeguard the future of Jagiroad Central School and its students. The school’s revival is crucial to ensuring continued educational opportunities for the region’s youth.

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