“Educators No More Suicides” TRSMA and NISA Gave a Call
Both the premier bodies of Budge Private Schools in Telangana and India demanded intervention of the Prime Minister as an increasing number of educationists are committing suicide leading to an Educational Emergency
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Hyderabad, August 26 (Maxim News): Telangana Recognised School Management Association (TRSMA) a family of 10,000 schools 30 lakh students and 2 lakh teaching and non-teaching staff and National Independent Schools Alliance (NISA), a platform that brings together Budget Private Schools (BPS), representing 20 states, 41 state Associations, 65000 Schools, 22 Million Children addressed a press conference in Hyderabad.
The conference was organised in the wake of increased number of suicides being committed by educationists due to financial problems because of indefinite closure of schools for the past 18 months.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Kulbhushan Sharma, National President of NISA and an activist with expertise in bringing solutions for Private Schools of India, particularly for affordable private schools said hundreds of educationists of Private and Budget School Owners/Correspondents are committing suicides across the country. Mr Subramaniyam and his wife Ms Rohini, belong to Kovilakunta, Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh and Mr Pradeep, Mallapur, Jagityal District Telangana committed suicide.