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Mumbai night schools fading under government apathy

By Dna calender  02-Sep-2019

Mumbai night schools fading under government apathy

It's 6.45 pm and Salman Shah is sweating and panting as he reaches his night school at Wadala. The 19-year-old is late by 15 mins. A waiter at a city restaurant, Salman is dejected when he learns that their History teacher hasn't turned up. 
“Most of the time, we don’t have teachers for English, Mathematics and now History-Geography too. Ma’am, if you could tell the government to provide us teachers for at least two more subjects, it would become easier to understand as it’s really tough,” said Salman, a student of Class 8.
The plight of Salman is emblematic of the government apathy towards 4,000 people, engaged in places like eateries, small factories, courier companies, households and housekeeping firms, dashing to a school after a day's hard work to educate themselves and dream of a better future. 

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