50 students faint in Sheikhpura due to excessive temperature, rushed to hospital

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At least 50 students fainted on Wednesday morning at Mankaul Middle School in the Ariari block of Sheikhpura district of Bihar, due to excessive heatwave circumstances, because the temperature is hovering between 40 and 45 levels Celsius in the district. 

At least 50 students fainted on Wednesday morning at Mankaul Middle School in the Ariari block of Sheikhpura district of Bihar, due to excessive heatwave circumstances, because the temperature is hovering between 40 and 45 levels Celsius in the district. 

Initially, six students misplaced consciousness, however subsequently, many extra students began collapsing. (*50*) incident started after the students attended an meeting for prayers after which proceeded to class. (*50*) complete matter created chaos in the college and the village.(*50*) unconscious students had been supplied with water and electrolytes and had been instantly rushed to the district’s Sadar hospital on bikes, tempos and e-rickshaws after the ambulance did not arrive.

School Headmaster Suresh Prasad promptly knowledgeable the general public well being division in regards to the incident and requested an ambulance. However, the delayed arrival of the ambulance outraged the villagers, who then blocked the street and protested towards the administration.Headmaster Prasad narrated the incident and stated, “Students from the 8th grade started fainting in class after attending the assembly. We provided them with water and electrolytes and called for an ambulance. When it didn’t arrive, we used private vehicles to take them to the hospital.”

Satyendra Kumar, a health care provider at Sadar Hospital, stated, “There is a severe heatwave in the state. The whole incident occurred due to dehydration, as students came to school early in the morning without breakfast or water bottles. He further suggested parents ensure their children have breakfast and water bottles so that they can drink water if they feel thirsty.Reports of children fainting due to the heatwave have also emerged from other schools and districts.

In Begusarai district, six students at Matihani Middle School also fainted due to the heat after which they were taken to Matihani PHC hospital for treatment.The matter pertains to Matihani Middle School of Matihani police station area in the Begusarai district of Bihar. The temperature in the district has soared to 45 degrees Celsius, intensifying the heatwave conditions.The administration and teachers of Matihani Middle School criticised the Bihar government for keeping schools open during such severe heat. They specifically blamed KK Pathak, Additional Chief Secretary of the Education Department, for the decision to operate schools at 6 am despite the heatwave.

Teachers expressed their frustration, stating, “This order has induced misery for each students and lecturers. (*50*) authorities’s ‘Tughlaqi farmaan’ to maintain faculties open in such climate is unacceptable, and KK Pathak has ignored the problem.”According to the information of the India Meteorological Department, on Tuesday, the utmost temperature in the state ranged between 40 and 44 levels Celsius. (*50*) Met Department has additionally issued a warning for heatwave-like circumstances in the state. 


Nilesh Desai
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