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Mr. Sindhia, who tabled a question on the subject, pointed out that teachers and wardens in some of these schools came drunk, and the cooks handled the classes. It was better to close down the schools, he said, and added many institutions did not have proper buildings.
The Social Welfare Minister, A. Krishnappa, said only 59 of the 170 schools had their own buildings, and 36 buildings were being constructed. He added that 1,026 posts of teachers and other categories had been filled.
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