Education Express look like a train coach
The school has now been given the look of train coaches like platforms and standing trains giving the look of Education Express under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan. This school had first three rooms, due to which children used to sit in the open and study. But it was not seen from Omprasad Gurjar of the rural family, he talked to his brothers and bought land with his own money and started the initiative to build a good school by donating it to the government school.
Praising in nearby villages
Now the state high primary schools have become luxurious rooms in Koli Khol. Which is being praised in the surrounding villages. Along with this, children have left private school and are enrolled in government school.
The donor of the land is still in the hut
Om Prasad of Kali Khol village could not read Gurjar on his own, but after reading and writing to the children, he got a job, so that his own life was spent in the hut to prepare his future. They still live in the hut.
Sometimes there was a gathering of animals in the school
Due to the lack of school boundaries, they often had to raise cow dung due to frequent movement of animals in the school. There was a gathering of animals in the school. There used to be dirt around and there was no boundary wall, but now the school has taken a special look. In this donation land, 5 rooms were constructed under the supervision of Engineer Rajesh Lavania by issuing approval for construction works worth Rs 21 lakh from Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan.
Once studied under a tree
Engineer Rajesh Lavania designed this school, built class rooms and made them pant by giving them the look of the train. The village is situated in the forest and most of the people and children had never seen the train. The four walls of this school were administered by the Gram Panchayat and the QRG. Toilets were constructed by the Foundation. People come from far and wide to see this school. The school now employs 10 teachers.
The donor of the land still lives in the hut
Land donor Omprasad Gurjar says that the purpose for which he donated the land was complete. The children of the village passed the 8th and continued to study. Roads should be made for this. Despite living in the hut himself, he bought land and donated it to the school to improve the future of the children. This gives him great pleasure, today he has become the best school in the vicinity.
Farmer Omprasad bought land and donated it
The school’s headmaster Mahesh Gupta said that the number of students from the first 3 rooms in the school was more than 250, so it was not possible to seat all the children in the rooms. The design of the rooms was also suffocating. But the farmer Omprasad bought the land and donated it. After them, under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, construction of 5 rooms in the school, engineer Rajesh Lavania has given the school a new look.