The safety of all students in our affiliated schools and institutions is of utmost importance and concern to the CISCE.
Kolkata: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has sent a message to all affiliated institutions to accord priority to safety and furnish details of safety audit measures in the wake of the killing of a boy in a school in Gurgaon.
“The safety of all students in our affiliated schools and institutions is of utmost importance and concern to the CISCE. Heads are requested to keep this safety aspect as a priority in their responsibility and duty while administering their respective schools,” CISCE chief executive and secretary Gerry Arathoon said in a communiqué to the affiliate schools on Tuesday.
“Kindly furnish the safety audit measures that are presently being followed by your school. The information is urgently required and must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org not later than September 16, 2017,” it said. The letter was also posted on the council’s website on Tuesday.
Welcoming the move, the general secretary of the Association of Heads of ICSE Schools, Bengal, Nabarun Dey told PTI “I am requesting all schools to furnish whatever safety measures they follow to the council by September 16 as stipulated. Safety issue is of utmost importance.”