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" His children,too are not keen on going back to school Muslim inhabitants of these regions are often branded as illegal Bangladeshi immigrants and run the risk of facing harassment Ali’s son Saukat though only 13 is aware of the situation and understands its implications "The camp has become home to us Our father says if we go to other villages and start living there people will brand us as Bangladeshi and the government will anyway evict us We feel safe here The whole day we work in our jute fields Now that the fields are watery we are waiting for the flood to recede Then we will start doing banana cultivation" the young boy said In Dhubri district’s Pub Kanori village which is a sandbar surrounded by rivers on both the sides six-year-old Sumanur Ali was busy digging out his half-buried schoolbag in his house on Saturday The persistence of his tender hands paid off and he was happy to retrieve his prized possession "Now that the water is gone I hope to find my water bottle somewhere here too" he told this correspondent When the floodwater began to enter houses on the sandbar mid-June Sumanur and his friends had no time to catch hold of their school material as their families rushed to safety If the flood didn’t carry away their books they must be buried in the mud like Sumanur’s bag was Even when there’s no flood going to school is a draining task for these children Ten-year-old Sukur Hussain described how He said that first they have to take a boat from their village and travel one kilometre on it The boat takes them to the railway bridge footpath from where they have to walk about a kilometre to catch a bus in Golakganj town From there it takes a 10-minute ride in the bus to reach Rahmatganj LP School Representation of inundated areas in Assam News18 Pub Kanori village had got a venture school —schools local people establish with the government’s permission — two years ago but it too was washed away in the flood Then the students were shifted to South Tokrerchora Part 4 area of Golakganj which tripled the distance for children in Pub Kanori and adjoining villages of Rakhal Path North Tokrerchora and Lakhimari The new location of the school put it out of children’s reach in monsoon since one has to cross a swelling river to get there According to media reports schools in Golakganj and other flood-hit areas have remained closed since June and 14 schools have been washed away in the Dhubri district alone Low literacy rate With 40 percent of the state’s area flood-prone and deluge being an annual affair the socioeconomic cost of the natural disaster is huge and children and their future is one of the long-term casualties The last time socioeconomic indicators of these sandbars called chars in Assam were collated about a decade and a half ago Socio-Economic Survey Report 2003-04 by Directorate of Char Areas Development had revealed that literacy rate in the river islands was in the range of 13-19 percent Compared with 1992-93 theliteracy rate of three districts was found to have reduced Among these districts was Dhubri whose literacy rate went from 1906 percent 25 years ago to 146 percent in 2003-04 Extreme poverty in these regions —with 70 percent families falling below thepoverty line —and a lack of development hasn’t helped the cause of children A journal published in December 2014 noted: "The problem with the poor families is that if their girls get an education beyond class X it becomes difficult for the peasants to get a husband having an equal educational qualification Because of their poverty many boys drop school in order to help their parents in cultivation" As per the Assam Human Development Report 2014 3583 percent students of char areas and 3042 percent students of flood-affected areas drop out of school to support their family According to the Assam State Lower Primary Association the education of about 27 lakh students of lower primary schools has taken a hit owing to this year’s flood Jiban Chandra Borah president of Assam State Primary Teachers’ Association said while 2000-odd schools on river islands are inundated the ones on higher planes have been turned into relief camps He said the association has been recommending ways to the education minister to avoid loss of academic session but in vain Amid this grim reality NGOs are doing their bit to keep children’s education on track Jhai Foundation active in the western part of Assam has proactively been teaching children in the Barpeta district By engaging a Guwahati-based school principal they even teach English to these children through Skype When it rains the classes are held on a boat Uttaran another NGO working in Lakhipur char area of Barpeta district has been goading parents to send their children to the nearest school However going there requires crossing the Brahmaputra which takes an hour General secretary of the NGO Ashraful Hussain said the school’s location has made it hard to convince parents He said they had written to the administration five weeks ago to take up a survey of the area and build a school but nothing has come out of it so far Childhood vs basic challenges Education is far from the only casualty of floods in Assam The aftermath of deluge brings the threat of malnutrition diarrhoea water-borne diseases like cholera and dysentery psychological stress and human trafficking Drinking water and sanitation remain a challenge even if one is living in a relief camp Meena Bora a mother of a three-month-old baby and a four-year-old girl has been staying in a relief camp in Naoboisa revenue circle in eastern Assam’s Lakhimpur district for three weeks now She told Firstpost how there are only three makeshift toilets in the camp accommodating more than 380 people That she has little children with her makes living there even tougher "Life here is difficult I could not bring clothes for the baby girl I have seen her shivering I fear she has a fever No doctor has visited us so far Thanks to an NGO they gave me a tin of milk for the baby My health is also deteriorating" she said Read the first and second parts Assam floods aftermath: Relief camps turn hunting ground for human traffickers as populace chases false ray of hope Assam floods aftermath: Crores of rupees wasted in state’s ineffective fight against annual deluge The author is a Guwahati based freelance writer and a member of101Reporterscom a pan-India network of grassroots reporters She tweets @syedaambia New Delhi: The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) is supervising CBI’s probe in 10 top bank fraud cases including one involving fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya and says bankers need have no fear if their decisions are bonafide Vigilance Commissioner TM Bhasin told PTI that bankers need to "muster courage" to recover their money individually or collectively from defaulters His assertion assumes significance as the CBIis looking into a large number of bank fraud cases worth crores of rupees and involving private firms and businessmen "CVC is examining staff accountability aspects and also supervising CBI probe in top 10 banks frauds and similar other cases" he said without giving further details as the cases were under investigation File image of Vijay Mallya AFP Bhasin also asked bankers not to fear any of the three Cs— CVC CBI and CAG (Comptroller and Auditor General)— and effectively use all legal means available to them for expeditious recovery of non-performing assets (NPAs) "Banks have various legal means available to them for recovering their overdues from NPA accounts They should scrupulously follow a fair transparent just and equitable board approved recovery policy and should not have any fear of CVC on this account as long as their decisions are bonafide" he said Some banks officials have often cited fear of the CVC and CBI as the reason preventing them from taking a decision to recover dues from the defaulters "Some bankers are under the wrong impression that once they have reported an account as an NPA to their controlling offices and they in turn have reported it to the regulator and to investigating agencies such as police CBI Enforcement Directorate etc, ? 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