New Delhi, Jul 7 : The premises of 25 Kendriya Vidyalaya premises would be available for studies of students of flood-ravaged Uttarakhand.
Minister of State for Human Resource Development Jitin Prasada today said the state government could use the premises to hold classes for students whose schools were damaged during the recent floods and landslides.
He told PTI on the sidelines of an event that teachers and students of KVs would also volunteer to help students of the hill state in their studies.
“We want to help them. KVs' premises can be used,” Prasada said.
There are 25 KVs in flood-affected areas of Uttarakhand and their buildings have not suffered any serious damage, officials said.
KV Sangathan Commissioner Avinash Dikshit said they would soon be writing to the state government in this regard. The state government could use the premises to teach students after classes of KV students are over.