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As part of their periodical inspection, Vigilance and Enforcement Department officials visited Mandal Praja Parishad School and Anganwadi centre at New Gajuwaka on Saturday.
Visakhapatnam: As part of their periodical inspection, Vigilance and Enforcement Department officials visited Mandal Praja Parishad School and Anganwadi centre at New Gajuwaka on Saturday. The officials said that no proper record of staff register or attendance register were maintained by both the school and Anganwadi centre located in the same premises. It was learnt that food was being prepared in an unhygienic condition on the campus.
Officials found that the kitchen, that served mid-day meals to students, was not maintained properly. "There was no cook but a helper in the school who was assisting the Anganwadi helper (aayah) to cook for students.
Kitchen maintenance was poor. School teacher and Anganwadi worker were not available to verify the records. Based on the inspection, report will be submitted to the school," said B Narimani, Vigilance and Enforcement Inspector.