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In a municipal town, there are some primary schools and dispensaries where children, especially those living in slums, receive their primary education and basic health care. The schools have good buildings, infrastructure and teachers. However, the quality of primary education is far from satisfactory. The teachers don’t come on time. One day when you went to visit the school, you found out that the learning outcomes of the students is very poor. Similarly, the dispensaries are having good facilities but they hardly live up to the expectations of the people. Whenever poor people approach the health officials (doctors), they are shouted back. The people complain that the doctors are usually absent and are engaged in private practice. As a young and promising Municipal Commissioner of corporation, you want to improve the situation. Based on the situation stated above, answer the following questions. (250 words) (a) How you would improve the working of the dispensary and ensure that doctors and paramedical staff are made accountable? (b) What steps should be taken so that the quality of primary education improves? What are the limitations before you? (c) How to strengthen moral responsibility among teachers and health officials? What would be its effect on the overall performance of the dispensaries and schools?
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