Problems in Higher schools in Thimphu needs to be solved

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    Jigme Tshering
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    This is to inform regarding Thimphu Thromde higher secondary schools that there has been problems faced by the qualified students. Since the decisions of the students studying in their previous home schools would either had to study at Motithang HSS of Yangchenphug HSS according to the previous lower secondary schools. But there is still some problems with the students. For instance if a person stays at farther places like Babesa and he studied at Changangkha MSS, then he would better study at the nearer higher schools like YHSS which could prevent distance problems. Even the teachers are ignorant when some of the parents request to let their children study in the nearer schools. The teachers should also understand this problem because some of them are staying farther and some may even have health issues and they would feel difficulties in traveling. Thromde should not force students to study at a particular schools since this hampers to the students staying farther away. They should understand and look into this matters seriously.
    The second problem faced especially in MHSS is that there is a shortage of teachers. This impacts on the performance of the students. Since the school plans to merge students from two sections into one, there is still no better solution got by the teachers. More number of students would not be able to fit in the classrooms and there would be difficulties in teachings as well. There would not be a good teaching-learning environment. So there should be an immediate action in response to this addressed problems. The government should increase employment opportunities to provide vacancies for teachers in those schools where there is a lack of enough teachers.

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