The government is massively pushing for education among rural children by setting up primary schools in even the remotest parts of India. While access to such schools still remains a concern due to unavailability of roads and means of transport, another factor is highly responsible for the fact that most students are still unable to study.
Students in Chhattisgarh’s Trishuli village in Balarampur district are not able to study because of no power supply, even after 70 years of independence.
“Government has started primary education for middle schools, but there are no proper roads to reach the schools. Due to unavailability of electricity, students have to study near a fireplace with some help from the villagers,” a student told ANI.
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