School Administration & Youths

  Written by: Muhammad Anwar Andar

Nargis and Iqbal are the guests of Lalo Mama. Lalo comes with the prince of the castle. Anwar and Nargis greet them. The prince goes out of the castle.

Lalo Mama says that the prince wants to go to school to asks her small sister if she has any problems in the school. Then Lalo Mama takes his guests to the corridors of the castle.

There in the corridor, Iqbal consider the problems minor issues and asks Lalo Mama that why the prince did not send his servant to the school.

Lalo Mama says that these are not small issues and he opens a window for their information.


In the window, Arizo asks her classmate, Nooria that who has broken her ruler and torn her books. Noor says that she is not aware of the issue. Arizo says that she would complain to his teacher.

Arizo’s another classmate, Najiba says that if she shares the issue with the teacher, she would punish her. Meanwhile, Najiba tears up her notebook and scratches her face too.

Nooria goes home and says to her brother that she doesn’t want to go to school anymore because one of her classmates, Najiba, who is bigger than her, tears her books and notebooks and she scratched her face too. Her brother says that leaving the school is not the solution and he promises that he would the problems.

Lalo Mama closes the windows.

Nargis and Iqbal say that their small sisters and brothers have faced these kinds of problems many times. Lalo asks them that why they have not solved those problems. Nargis says that it is the job of the school administration to solve them.

Lalo Mama opens another window for his guests.


In the window, the reporter of the castle talks with some youths about the problems of small students in the schools.

Sayed Wasi, a resident of Kunar province says: “my sister had problems in her school’s lessons. I went to her school and shared the issue with her teacher. Now she is a fourth-grade student and gets excellent marks in exams.”

Shabina, a resident of Kabul city says: “my three brothers are students. I always go to their school and ask about their problems from their teachers. My small brother had problems in mathematics and doesn’t want to go to school. I went to his school and shared the issue with his teacher and the teacher helps him and now he likes to go to school.”

Lala Mama closes this window too.

Arizo and Iqbal promise that they would go to school and would ask their small sisters’ and brothers’ problems. Lalo Mama appreciates them.