This is not only complaint but a thought of Indian Rural Education Development. I surprise that MSEDC Ltd, started Commercial Rate to Rural areas Schools and High schools.
In rural areas there is a regular load shedding. Because of it these schools cannot use this facility regularly.
2nd thing that in rural areas non on people use this schools for their recreation purpose.
Non of the rural people use this school without permission of Education Officer. So there is no chance to use electricity in commercial purpose.
MSEDC Ltd. started to give the bills commercial rate from August 2007 as per high court order.
In City area there may be attitude to use schools for Marriage purpose is
Please you think on this because in rural area schools and high schools established for educate the rural people those who are poor and below poverty line. Poverty developed because a lack of education.
These schools and high schools established by govt, some educational institutions or Non governmental agencies.
They run these schools only govt. payment support and donation by the local people. Now govt also stopped to give grant for rent to these schools.
In 21 century we are giving education by computer and media based. There the electricity must.
In Zillha Parishd schools they get some computers and media equipment as a teaching aids and very small amount for sadil expenses.
How they pay these bills. Those teachers have not attitude to raise the money support so after some days they stopped to use of electricity.
These schools are used by government when there is elections how we can use this service at that time if they didn't pay the bills.
I think there are experts but what happened that they forget the that is a human right of every Indian to get education.
So your company think on these problems and support rural education policy other wise many students stop there education because of lack of educational activities. It makes in rural area and number of dropout students may be increased. And affected to suffer the nation.
Please read these points very seriously and take positive decisions to do something for rural education development.
Yusuf Meherally Centre