Ryan Murder Case: CBSE Issues Circular on Child Safety to Schools

Ryan Murder Case: CBSE Issues Circular on Child Safety to Schools

Ryan Murder Case: CBSE Issues Circular on Child Safety to Schools

Though the committee in its report has not recommended disaffiliation of the school, it has pointed to violation of several safety rules by the school.

Even as the Haryana government has made a decision to take over the management of Ryan International School in Gurugram for a period of three months, the school has received a notice from the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

The de-affiliation notice was sent based on the board's two-member panel report formed to investigate the death of seven-year-old Pradhyuman Thakur in the school washroom on 8 September.

The schools have also been asked to constitute separate committees for redressal of grievances of the public, staff, parents and students, an internal complaints committee on sexual harassment and committees under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offence Act, 2012.

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The schools are ought to follow the guidelines laid down by CBSE and the Human Resource Development ministry, he underlined. The Board, in its notification, stressed on the fact that schools should complete, compile and submit reports of the tests conducted for employees "within two months of receipt of the circular". "Providing safe environs to children is every school's responsibility", says M PChandran, executive director of JG International School and trustee of Asia Charitable Trust.

"Training should be provided to the school staff to address their responsibilities to protect children from any form of abuse".

- "How was your day at school?' - usually gets a lengthy reply as your child explains what they did for the whole day - their interactions with their teachers, classmates, helpers and even the driver and conductor of their school bus. We are going to hold workshops in all schools to create awareness among teachers and parents", said B N Patnaik, chairman of the federation. Based on the reports now the Central governing body has chose to put forth a show cause notice to the school administration after finding several faults in the security and facilities inside the school premises.

The Board has also from time to time issued instructions to implement and sensitize the schools for ensuring the safety and security of students during school time and while in transit to school and back home.

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