PATNA: Hundreds of students, who have migrated from distinctive districts of the nation and are staying at small, rickety lodges in the city, hope the brand new government on the Centre offers quality training and jobs to them.
For years, Patna has witnessed a heavy inflow of young migrants, who often live in areas like Rajendra Nagar, Boring Canal Road, Ashok Rajpath, and Rajeev Nagar. They come right here searching out better jobs and coaching centers to crack competitive examinations. Vicenarian Randhir, who hails from Banka, has been residing in Patna for the final eight years. He said, “My father is a farmer and sends me Rs 6,000 every month for my costs, including rent, education charges, and groceries. I am left without money via the mid of every month.”
Asked about the reason for moving from Banka to Patna, Randhir spoke back, “Banka lacks suitable instructional institutes and instructors. The best of education is poor.” Many students blame the neighborhood netas in their respective constituencies for the sorry scenario. Munger resident Saksham Kumar, who is preparing for banking exams in Patna, exercised his franchise for the first time on April 29. “While protecting public meets and rallies, our so-called leaders by no means talk about the problem of education. We agree with and select them, but in go back, they make false claims of developing the united states,” Saksham advised this reporter.
Khushi Kumari, a native of Lakhisarai, stocks a small hostel room on Boring Road with two girls as her family’s monetary circumstance isn’t sound. She stated, “Had there been suitable colleges in my vicinity, my family might no longer need to spend a lot of money. Even when I complete my training, I am not sure if I’ll get an excellent activity.”
Explaining the migratory sample of students from special parts of the country, A N Sinha Institute of Social Sciences’ economics department head DM Diwakar pointed out, “Migration of college students from distinctive elements of the state to Patna occurs particularly because of the dearth of pleasant schooling of their respective areas. Schools and faculties based totally in far-flung areas do now not have instructors, which forces mother and father to ship their youngsters to Patna.”
The economist added, “Political parties are in no way seen taking on the issue of poor training. Had MPs paid heed to the need of proper establishments, the difficulty of inner migration might in no way have arisen in the first vicinity?”
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PATNA: In a huge exercise to make certain easy visitors motion and beef up protection measures, the railways have been determined to start route relay interlocking (RRI) paintings on the Danapur station, which falls under the jurisdiction of the East Central Railway (ECR). These predominant paintings will start from May 27 and end by using June 19.
As an end result, the railways have canceled at the least 26 passenger trains, diverted the routes of about 50 express trains, and quick-terminated 15 others at specific stations for the duration of this era. “The Patna-New Delhi Rajdhani Express, Sampoorna Kranti Express, Shramjeevi Express, Magadh Express, Vikramshila Express, Garib Rath, Secunderabad Express and Sanghamithra Express will run as according to their scheduled time from their respective stations,” ECR’s chief public relations officer (CPRO) Rajesh Kumar instructed this newspaper on Thursday.