Two years after the staggering 2015 seismic tremors, the nation is as yet attempting to recover from the injuries the shakes caused. Most schools that were harmed by the tremors still run classes under stopgap tents, and the Durbar High School, the main school of the nation, is one of them.
As per information at the Ministry of Education, of the 625 group schools in the Valley, 500 schools had endured harm amid the seismic tremors.
The Durbar High School was worked over a hundred years back in 1948 BS. Amid the seismic tremor, the school building created expanding breaks and crevices, making it unsafe to run classes in them. Classes are being keep running in the open space before the school working under steady danger of the school giving way at whatever time.
The school has an aggregate of 180 understudies from pre-essential level to Grade X. Found west of the noteworthy Malla-period historic point Rani Pokhari, the school has been running classes in brief safe houses throughout the previous two years.
School Principal Hem Chandra Mahato said he had over and over asked for the training service, Department of Education, District Education Office, and National Reconstruction Authority to help modify the school, yet his solicitations have failed to receive any notice.
“We are running classes in impermanent safe houses with ridged zinc sheets and thin dividers. It is hard to run classes in neighboring asylums, and amid the rainstorm the sound of the rain on the zinc sheets suffocates any class. In winter, the rooms are terribly frosty, and in summer it is excessively hot,” he said.
Mahato included he was informed that an understanding had been come to with the Chinese government to modify the school when he reached the concerned experts. “We have no solid answer when gatekeepers ask when the school would be recreated,” Mahato said.
Kabita Karki, a tenth grader at the school, said the school had no appropriate toilet offices, and there was no space for kids to play.
In the interim, Spokesperson for the Education Ministry Hari Lamsal credited the postponement in recreating the school working to ‘powerlessness to draw stores’.