By Madhusudan Timalsina Kavre, Dec 8: Students of three classes in the remote areas of the district are compelled to study in a single room due to lack of school building. After the school buildings were destroyed by the 2015 earthquake, the school administrations have been running three classes in a single room in Mahabharat and Khanikhola Rural Municipalities. Delay in the reconstruction of the school buildings is blamed for such situation. Students of grade 2, 3 and 5 of Siddheshwor Secondary School of Phoksingtar of Mahabharat Rural Municipality -3 are studying in a single room. Nani Babu Bholan, principal of the school, said that school management was forced to run three classes in a single room due to lack of school building. Binita Ghalan, a 5 grader, said that they were facing difficulty when students of three classes were kept in a single room. “We feel very difficult, we even cannot understand the lectures,” she said. There are eight students in grade 2, six in grade 3 and 11 in grade 5 in the school. Similarly, the condition of Chandrodaya Primary School of Mahabharat Rural Municipality-1 is no different. The school has been running two classes in a single room also due to lack of school building. Tul Bahadur Pradhan, principal of the school, said that they were running class 2 and 3 in a single room. “We are also running classes of 4 and 5 in a single room,” he said. There are four rooms in the school. Of them, one is set for office three rooms to run classes. “We have been running two classes in a single room for eight years,” he said.