Ganderbal, May 4 The Regional Institute of Health and Family Welfare Training Centre located in the Kangan area of Central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district is in shambles with zero infrastructure and hazardous working conditions.
The training centre or Paramedical school has been set up for the training of paramedical students.
The students undergoing training in the Centre told the news agency Kashmir News Trust that there is no canteen facility, a filthy single washroom is emanating a foul smell, and the premises is like a muddy wet agricultural field. They said there is no parking facility as well.
“Mud is everywhere. The working conditions repel every student who mostly abhors visiting this centre,” students said.
The only time the Centre remains clean is during the visit of some top officials.
The rooms of the centre are filled with filth. In some rooms, broken chairs and tables and worn-out mats have been stored. “The strange obnoxious smell can turn even a healthy into sick,” said a student adding that in some rooms there are no holders to place bulbs.
The students said that it is scary to enter the dilapidated building.
The students appealed to LG Manoj Sinha to visit the Centre and have first-hand information about the problems they have been facing. [KNT]
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