CBSE issues show cause notice to Ryan International School's Bhondsi branch


"Verification and evaluation for non-teaching staff such as bus drivers, conductors, peon and other support staff may be done very carefully and in a detailed manner", the circular read.

Besides installing CCTV cameras at all vulnerable areas/points on school premises, schools had been asked to ensure that these were functional.

The petitioners have raised the issue of children "being exploited and subjected to child abuse repeatedly within the boundaries of the schools" and demanded the governments notify a set of "non-negotiable" child safety conditions for schools.

The notice said the authorities at the institution had failed to carry out basic security measures and gave the school 15 days' time to explain why its affiliation should not be revoked, PTI reported.

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In response to a Supreme Court query, after the death of the seven-year-old boy at Ryan worldwide school in Delhi, the board sent a circular titled "safety of children" to its affiliated schools.

As per sources, the CBSE team will submit its report to the Human Resource Dvelopment (HRD) ministry on Class II student Pradyuman Thakur's murder inside the school toilet on 8 September.

It was also found out that the electricity room was unlocked which could be risky for children.

The CBSE report says that Ryan International flouted several rules, including the fact that CCTV cameras in sensitive areas weren't working.

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It added, "Training should be provided to the school staff to address their responsibilities to protect children from any form of abuse". The circular follows in the footsteps of similar notice given by CISCE to its affiliated schools.

The schools are also to have a committee with parents, Teachers and Students as members. He said, "laws protecting the safety, security and interests of students".

He further adds, "It should be compulsory for school management to keep a security guard at the gate and even some guidance should be given to the children by experts on safety measures".

A day earlier, the Gurugram Police had detained the school's gardener, Harpal Singh, a key witness in the murder of Pradhyuman, and said it's "likely" to arrest more persons.

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