Safety Measures: Nursery - XII

Dear Parents,

Safety and security of students and their well being, is the greatest concern of parents and the school authorities. Therefore, we would like to share the following security measures, which have been adopted by the school to provide a safe environment for your children:

  • The entire boundary wall of the school is covered with concertina wire mesh and broken glasses (on the walls) to restrict any infiltration.
  • Almost all the blocks - academic and admin are under CCTV surveillance, which is being further enhanced.
  • Identity cards are being issued to every person who is employed through an outsourced agency in the Canteen, Housekeeping, Transport and Horticulture.
  • I-cards are issued to every visitor to the school.
  • For enhanced security provisions of the students, students have been issued Radio Frequency Identification enabled identity cards (RFID) which are in use since March 2017, under the supervision of the DPS Society.
  • It is a regular practice in the school to monitor movements of students by the teachers.
  • School staff have also been sensitised regarding their roles and responsibilities. The areas restricted for entry for Class-IV employees, conductors and drivers are being reinstated.
  • Constant vigilance by the Senior faculty of the school is maintained at all times.
  • Metal detectors are being installed both at Gate no. 2 & 3 gates.
  • Police verification of all the employees including outsourced staff of the school is one of the recruitment conditions. It is being carried out with due diligence. Many of the I-cards are getting vetted again.
  • Buses which are owned by the school are 'yellow' in colour. Hired buses have "ON SCHOOL DUTY" written on them, as per the instructions of the transport department.
  • Buses are fitted with cameras along with GPS systems. We are thankful to the Teachers who are the Bus incharges for escorting and keeping an eye on all students, while commuting.
  • Mobile connectivity with the school reception while the students are on board is an additional measure.
  • First-aid boxes have been kept with all the responsible people in addition to the school clinic.
  • There is a committee and Student Council on vigil to see the hygiene and sanitation condition in and around the school canteen and the dining area.
  • Boards declaring the school and its surroundings as the tobacco-free areas are put up.
  • Regular fumigation and spray is done in the school.
  • Time - to - time sessions with students in larger groups and smaller groups - age specific and gender specific, are being held in the school to educate our young children, adolescents as well as grown-ups on good and positive behaviour and safeguard themselves from any such misconduct by anyone.
  • As per the dreams of our Prime Minister of "Clean Bharat", children are educated about the need for a safe and clean environment.
  • Students are also given lessons of self discipline by involving them in Scouts and Guides, NCC and Yoga exercises and more session on self-defence are being planned
  • Circulars to the parents have been sent from time to time to make aware of their ward`s safety on roads, by not allowing them to drive / ride a scooty without helmet / without a valid licence.
  • Similarly, wake-up calls are made to save the students from the social media, cyber related unfortunate incidents.
  • The boards with the traffic rules and restrictions as per the SSP, Gautam Budh Nagar, have been put up for all to adhere to.

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