Allahabad's Education Department intends to relocate 23 primary schools now housed in dilapidated structures.

There are 87 primary schools in Prayagraj, but 23 of them are in jeopardy . The majority of primary upper primary schools that operate in privately owned or rented buildings lack the amenities of separate toilets, enough classrooms, playgrounds, exercise room, digital class, and a potable water supply .

After conducting a thorough investigation, officials from the education department have approved a proposal to relocate 23 primary schools in urban areas.There are 87 primary schools in the district's urban areas, but 23 of them are in jeopardy.Officials also wrote to the officials of Prayagraj Development Authority (PDA) and Prayagraj Municipal Corporation (PMC) to provide better civic facilities to government buildings schools under the Kayakalp initiative.Pravin Kumar Tiwari, the founder of the basic Shiksha Adhikari (Prayagraj), told the Guardian, The majority of primary upper primary schools that operate in privately owned or rented buildings lack the amenities of separate toilets, enough classrooms, playgrounds, exercise room, digital class, and a potable water supply.

These 23 schools are located at Nakhas Kohna, Karelabagh, Ranimandi, Park road ( Kydganj), Meerapur, KasariMasari, Kareli, Munsi Ram Prasad Ka bagh, Naini, Katghar, Malviya Nagar, Colonelganj,Dariyabad, Gayasuddinpur, PD Tandon road, Daraganj, Buxibazar, The owners of these private buildings were not in a hurry to provide the necessary basic civic services as the rent of these private and old buildings where primaryschools are being operated was much lower, according to BSA.We are also looking to transfer children to nearby parishad schools.meanwhile, the BSA announced that education authorities would present the plan to a committee headed by a district magistrate, and that remedial actions would be taken with the intention of providing better educational and basic civic services to the students.