The Government Girls Secondary School at Lukhi village in Rewari has only one student, studying in Class 7, and only one teacher to impart lessons.
Daya Kishan, the sole teacher of the school, earns a salary of 70,000 Rupees per month.
He said, "I am a social studies teacher but I teach all subjects to my student. Even though mathematics is not my strong suit, I teach her whatever I can."
Kusum Kumari, the only student in the school, said she doesn't mind being the only student, though "the one thing I miss is friends".
The school building has three rooms, which are used for storage, while the teacher and the student sit outside on the porch.
The Government Primary School, which has 21 students, is located just half a kilometre away from it. Kusum's mother is in charge of distributing mid-day meal among students of both the secondary and primary schools.
In 2014-15, the number dropped to 12. In 2016-17, the number doubled but currently, only one girl attends school. Besides teaching his one student, Daya Kishan also sweeps the school.
He said, "Every year, the education department spends 8.5 lakh Rupees on a school. The situation here does not look good. This child should be sent to another school."