As a result of the country’s economic troubles, many schools in the state are closing and thousands of students are not attending school, prompting many to return to the countryside.
In many parts of the state, high schools have already begun closing down due to financial and administrative issues.
Some schools have been in the process of closing for months and some schools have even been forced to close.
The closure of schools in many areas of the capital is a result, in part, of a combination of government and private funding cuts and a lack of resources, according to the state government.
According to the central government, it has provided over 100 million Rupees ($1.2 million) to some schools and has also given over 30 million Rupee ($1,000) to the other 10 state governments to help them cope with the situation.
Schools are already suffering from a lack the government has offered to pay for teachers to replace the teachers who have retired, but it has yet to pay teachers or replace teachers who are no longer able to work due to the government’s cuts.
Government cuts and cuts to education have taken their toll on the state’s education system.
The number of students has decreased in some districts and in some provinces, with many states, including Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh state, facing problems.
In recent months, students from some districts have been struggling with malnutrition and other health issues.
Some of the students have been forced out of their homes due to lack of money and have been relocated to nearby villages, said Nand Kumar Das, a resident of Thiruvananthapuram district.
“The situation is worsening, as there is a shortage of food and medicine, especially in the rural areas,” he said.
Das, a teacher, has lived in the district for four years.
He said the situation has become worse with the closure of the high schools, as he has been unable to feed his students in the local community.
His students, he said, are not getting adequate education.
“They have been deprived of their education and that is the cause of their suffering,” he told the Reuters news agency.
At least 12 children have been killed and several more injured as a result and the situation in many parts has become dire.
A majority of the teachers and parents have left the state to attend government-run schools in other parts of Uttar Pradesh.
Many of the districts that have had a shortage in teachers, teachers and school supplies, including in other districts in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, are also facing shortages in their education system as well.
A Reuters report said that in some parts of West Bengal, schools have started closing down after the state received funding from the Centre.
West Bengal, one of the most populous states in the country, has a population of more than 7.2 crore and is the largest state in India.
As many as 3.5 million students are enrolled at schools in West Bengal and they are being denied education due to a lack in funds and resources.
The state government has also begun a program to improve access to education, with a number of high schools in Uttar, Bihar, West Bengal state opening their doors.