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Students Of Sarvodya Vidyalaya Studying In Corridors
Around 3,750 male students of Sarvodya Vidyalaya No. 2 in East Delhi's Yamuna Vihar are being forced to sit in the corridor instead of classrooms. Despite having 80 classrooms, the students from class 6 to 8 enrolled for the afternoon shift are taught in the corridors. As their shift starts, all the students arrange desks in the corridor from ground. All the 80 rooms are available for girl students in the morning shift. While in the afternoon shift, 30 classrooms are closed for school work. Some of the students claimed that classes of English medium students are held inside the classrooms while students of Hindi medium are asked to sit in the corridor. Parents have already intimated the principal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia but no action was taken.