All students of the Government Girls Secondary School in Kabrel village of Haryana’s Hisar district have failed to clear the class 10 examination this year, sources said.
The Haryana Board of School Education, Bhiwani had declared the result on May 21 in which, all 24 girls of the school in Kabrel village failed to clear the examination.
“24 girls of the school in Kabrel village appeared for the exam but failed to clear it. This is the only school in the district which has fared so badly,” a state education department official said.
The villagers of Kabrel have held the state government and the education department responsible for the poor result.
“The village panchayat met the district administration several times, demanding adequate number of teachers in the school but the administration failed to fulfil the demands,” a villager said on Tuesday.
The villager alleged the state had failed to solve the problem of shortage of staff in the school.
“While on the one hand, the government is laying so much emphasis on the ‘Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao’ programme, on the other hand, authorities have done nothing to solve the problem of shortage of staff in the school,” the villager added.
Maintaining the girl students had complained a number of times about the shortage of staff, village Sarpanch Dharam Singh claimed that he met the officers concerned to apprise them but to no avail.
Singh said the school had no teachers for Sanskrit, Hindi, science and mathematics in the last academic session.
(With inputs from agencies)