Posted September 15, 2018 06:31:16 The story of the Ashrahi ashram in India’s northeastern state of Mizoram has become a cautionary tale for the nation’s educational system.

It’s not that the school hasn’t had a few vacancies, it’s just that it’s been a difficult place to find a position.

“We’re in a difficult spot,” said Pramod Kumar, the director of the Mizoran government-run Ashraai ashram.

“It’s a problem that we have to address,” he told ABC News.

“This is not the first time.

Our first opportunity to solve the problem came in the past and we were forced to take a step back.”

Kumar’s organization, the Mizrahi-based Ashraha Academy, has been in existence for about 40 years, and its staff has been working to recruit new teachers since 2000.

The program has about 3,000 students enrolled, and it is part of the state’s education system.

“The situation in our program is a real issue,” Kumar said.

“I think we need to address it in a way that allows our students to have a better experience and that is what we are doing.”

The Ashraahi Ashram opened in May 2014 in the village of Jangla, a small town of about 4,000 in Mizorad, about 75 kilometers (45 miles) northwest of the capital of Mizorbai, Nagpur.

The school’s students are mostly from poor rural areas.

The average age of the students enrolled in the Ashras is around 13, with about a third from the middle class.

The college, which opened its doors to students from Mizor, India’s largest Muslim minority country, has about 1,500 students enrolled.

Many students don’t know their families well enough to complete their education.

Kumar said the problem of low enrolment in Mizorbayas schools is a national one, especially among Mizoras who are among the country’s poorest.

“There is a problem because the country is not doing enough to help them,” he said.

Kumar added that Mizorbays education system is “not equipped” for the students, and the students need better help.

“Our students are very young,” he explained.

“Most of them are just learning the basics, and that’s not enough.”

Mizorabans students need help in getting into university Kumar said he has been meeting with students who had been stuck in the school system.

The students have been struggling to make ends meet while their families struggle to pay their bills.

“They are doing very well in school, but they need help to make their lives a little bit easier,” he recalled.

“Sometimes it’s very hard to find the money to pay the rent and the student loans, but we have tried to help with that.

We’ve offered to help the students with all kinds of things.”

The students at the Ashrahan Ashram have also had trouble finding a position in Mizoria.

“Many of our students are studying abroad, and our teachers have been working hard to keep them here,” Kumar explained.

The Ashras students are required to pay an annual tuition of $1,800, plus a daily fee of $500.

“If they don’t get this, they are not going to get into college,” Kumar added.

“That is the problem.”

Students at the Mizorbani Ashraas Ashraay, a school in Mizora, India.

source ABC World News article The Ashrama school is not alone in having an education problem.

More than half of Mizobans schools in India do not have adequate textbooks, and students are struggling to pay for textbooks in the countrys third largest city, New Delhi.

Kumar, who was born and raised in Mizorgam, a town in Mizoral, India, has seen a lot of his students leave Mizor in search of better educational opportunities.

Kumar’s wife, Arvind Kumar, is the school’s director.

She said her husband had been teaching his students since 1996, and he helped set up the school when he was just 23 years old.

He said he didn’t want to have to quit his job to take on the responsibilities of managing the school.

“He was not a person who took leave, he was always very passionate about his job,” she said.

But the Asharam students were not the only ones in need of help.

Kumar and his wife are the only two Ashras teachers who have received any financial assistance from the Mizora government.

In 2015, Mizor-based Education Minister J.S. Rajasekhara Reddy said the Mizori government was providing scholarships for Mizor students to attend colleges in India.

“Students in Mizori are always in need, and we have made efforts to help,” he added.

But that hasn’t always been the case.

In 2016, Mizori Education Minister Uma Sivaramakrish