Pay attention to education & health sector

Exposing the tall claims of government, the School Management Committee of Government Secondary School Pakke-Kessang under East Kameng district published a classified advertisement in newspaper seeking private teachers of mathematics and science to teach in the said school. Reportedly after the transfer of Mathematics teacher no reliever has been posted to the said school. Even though new academic session has started but school is still reportedly running without science and mathematics teacher which has forced the SMC to seek private teachers.
Recently ZPM of Mengio under Papum Pare district also wrote to deputy commissioner informing that government secondary school, Sakiang is functioning without subject teachers. On several occasion state government claims that it is giving top priority to health and education sector. But considering the repeated complain of the non-availability of subject teachers from various schools of state it looks like government is only making hollow promises and is not serious about improving the education sector. Situation is quite same in health sector. Many PHC and CHC are running without proper doctors and nurses. Majority of Arunachalees depends on government funded schools and hospitals for the service. Not everyone can afford to send their children to private schools. Therefore it is the duty of state government to ensure that best facilities are made available in government schools and hospitals for the benefit of the citizens. No children should be denied the opportunity to have quality education. For this education sector will have to be drastically improved at the earliest.