The ministry has gone on to assure that the coming academic year would see the rectification of the situation and that it would provide ideal and conducive atmosphere for education. We also hope it would turn out to be that. But given the sheer enormity of the situation in terms of numbers, we really wonder if the ministry would be able to achieve what it has set out for.
The ministry has expressed it's keenness to provide practical learning alongside theoretical teaching, but one can't see this happening with schools sans labs or schools with labs but without lab supervisors. Without these facilities, it would be difficult for the young minds to be really moulded the way it should be.