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(Notification) NCERT Common Entrance Examination (RIE-CEE) - 2015

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Common Entrance Examination (CEE)-2015

Admission Notice 2015-16

Common Entrance Examination (CEE)-2015 for the Admission to B.Sc.B.Ed./B.Sc.Ed./ B.A.B.Ed./ M.Sc.Ed./ B.Ed (Two Year) courses offered by Regional Institutes of Education of NCERT at Ajmer, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Mysore and NERIE, Shillong for the academic session 2015-16

About NCERT RIE-CEE:

The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) is an autonomous organization set up in 1961 by the Government of India to assist and advise the Central and State Governments on Policies and programmes for qualitative improvement in school education. The Regional Institutes of Education located in the different regions of the country are major constituent units of NCERT. One of the major objectives of the NCERT and its constituent units is to organize preservice and in-service training of teachers and teacher trainees and to develop and disseminate innovative educational techniques and practices.

Seats Avaialable:

B.Sc.B.Ed. /B.Sc.Ed.:

RIEs

Physical Science Group

Biological Science Group

RIE Ajmer 50 50
RIE Bhubaneswar 50 50
RIE Bhopal 40 40
RIE Mysore 30 30

(Download) AIPMT Admit Card - 2015

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(Download) AIPMT Admit Card - 2015

Exam Name: AIPMT

Year: 2015

CBSE: Protection of Children from Sexual Offence (POCSO) Act 2012

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CBSE: Protection of Children from Sexual Offence (POCSO) Act 2012

All children have an equal right to access education in an environment that is safe, protective and conducive to the overall development. The challenges of gender inequality, eve teasing and sexual abuse in school environment call for increased awareness and creating synergy among parents, teachers and schools.

In order to ensure strict compliance of the Protection of child from sexual offence (POCSO) Act 2012, CBSE has taken several initiatives and actions for creating awareness about sexual exploitation among the school children.

Gender sensitive Learning Material

Under the Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) Scheme, 23 modules based on Life Skills have been prepared for the trainers to give an insight to the growing up issues, managing emotions, gender, social and other issues of discrimination.

Reinforcing its commitment towards gender sensitivity and equality, CBSE has developed Educator’s Manual and Cards on Gender sensitive teaching in classes’ 1-XII. The Manual is designed to be a practical guide for making teaching and learning processes gender friendly. A new elective subject at +2 is also being provided as Human Rights and Gender Studies to reinforce gender equality and harmony.

Role of Schools

1. Teachers, Management and all employees of institutions need to be made aware about the provisions of the Act, some of which cast a duty on them to report instance of child abuse, as in Sections 19(I) and 21.

2. In- house induction sessions should be held for all teachers to include a specific module on gender sensitization.

Sexual offences committed by the persons who are in the ownership, management of staff of education institutions and persons in positions of Trust and Authority over children are liable for higher punishment as per the
provisions of the Act.

3. School/Classroom Environment Schools must ensure and promote a harmonious school/classroom environment and inclusiveness.

4. Provision for guidance and counselling facilities in schools Teachers in general should be trained to attend to adolescent (gender) related issues, conduct of adolescent education programmes and special
activities that promote gender equality and sensitivity.

(News) OMR sheets to used for the first time in CBSE board exams


OMR sheets to used for the first time in CBSE board exams


It's a new beginning for CBSE board exams as the optical mark recognition (OMR) sheets make their presence felt. From this year, students will be filling out OMR sheets to enter their personal details rather than the older version of writing out each and every line.

Sumathi Venugopalan, principal of Centre Point School, said, "Students must take their time and carefully fill out the OMR sheets. They get 15 minutes to complete this formality and must do so with a very calm mind." The OMR is a step towards CBSE's major push towards digitalization so that ultimately the evaluation and result declaration will become quicker and error-free. The central board will also be going in for digital evaluation, something it started last year, which will help in getting the results out faster.

CBSE: Pre- Examination Highlights-2015

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CENTRAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION

Pre- Examination Highlights-2015

Date of Examination Class XII 02.03.2015 to 20.04.2015
Date of Examination Class X 02.03.2015 to 26.03.2015 (Scheme II)/(Board Based)
10th March onwards (Scheme I)/(School Based)

No. of Registered Candidates:

Total No. of candidates under special categories (All Regions)

(News) 13 lakh students appearing in CBSE class 10 exam 2015


13 lakh students appearing in CBSE class 10 exam 2015


In all 13,73,853 students would be appearing for the class 10 CBSE board examination this year, a 3.37 per cent hike than last year.

Both the class 10 and class 12 examinations would start from March 2.

While 8,17,941 boys will be appearing for the exam, 5,55,912 girls will be sitting for the exam, said CBSE in a statement issued on Friday.

Last year 13,28,970 students had appeared for the examination.

In case of class 12, 10,40,368 students would be appearing for the exam, 6,07,383 of whom are boys.

NIOS: Date Sheet For Secondary (Class X)/Sr. Secondary (Class XII) Examinations, April - May, 2015 (Overseas Candidates)

The National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS)

Date Sheet For Secondary (Class X)/Sr. Secondary (Class XII) Examinations, April - May, 2015 (Overseas Candidates)

Date

SENIOR SECONDARY

SECONDARY

 

Subject & Code

Time (IST)

Subject & Code

Time (IST)

Thursday, 9th April , 2015 Urdu (306)/Business Studies (319) 11.00 A.M. to 2.00 P.M.
3.00 P.M. to 6.00P.M
Sanskrit (209) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M.
Saturday,11th April , 2015 Hindi (301) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00P.M. Home Science (216) 3.00 P.M. to 5.30P.M.
Monday,13th April , 2015 Economics (318)/Physics (312) 11.00 A.M. to 2.00 P.M.
3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M.
Psychology (222) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00P.M
Tuesday, 14th April, 2015 Home Science (321) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00P.M Science & Technology (212) 3.00 P.M. to 5.30P.M
Wednesday, 15th April, 2015 Mathematics (311) 11.0 0 A.M. to 2.00 P.M.
3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M.
Social Science ( 213) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00P.M..
Thursday , 16th April, 2015 Psychology (328)/ Environment Science
(333)
11.00 A.M. to 2.00 P.M.
3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M
Urdu (206)/Painting
(Theory) (225)
11.0 0 A.M. to 2.00 P.M.
3.00 P.M. to 4.30 P. M.
Saturday, 18th April, 2015 History (315) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M. English (202) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00P.M
Monday, 20th April , 2015 Sociology (331) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00P.M. Indian Culture & Heritage( 223) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00P.M
Tuesday, 21st April 2015 Data Entry Operations/Th(336)/Geography (316) 11.00 AM. to 01.00 P.M.
3.00.P.M. to 6.00 P.M
Data Entry Operations(E)
/Th(229)
3.00 P.M. to 5.00 P.M
Wednesday, 22nd April, 2015  Chemistry (313) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M Bengali (203)/Marathi(204)/Telugu (205)/Gujarati (207)/Kannada (208)/Punjabi (210)/Assamese (228)/Nepali (231)/Malayalam (232)/Odiya (233)/Arabic (235)/Persian (236)/Tamil (237) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M
Thursday, 23rd April, 2015 Mass communication (335)/Accountancy (320) 11.00 A.M. to 2.00 P.M.
3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M.
Hindi (201) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M.
Saturday,25th April,2015 Painting (Theory) (332)/ Political Science (317) 11.00A.M. to 12.30P.M.
3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M
Mathematics (211) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M
Monday, 27th April,2015 Computer Science (330)/Biology (314) 11.00 A.M. to 2.00 P.M.
3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M.
Business Studies (215) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M
Tuesday, 28th April,2015 English (302) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M Economics (214) 3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M.
Wednesday, 29th April,2015 Tamil (304)/Bengali(303)/Odiya (305) 11.00 A.M. to 2.00 P.M.
11.00 A.M. to 2.00 P.M.
11.00 A.M. to 2.00 P.M
-- --

DATES OF PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS:

Dates

Secondary

Sr. Secondary

20th and 22 April, 2015  Science & Technology (212), Home Science(321), ), Data Entry Operations/Th.(336)
23rd and 25th April , 2015 Home Science (216) Physics (312), Geography (316)
26th and 27th April , 2015 Data Entry Operations/Th.(229) Chemistry (313), Mass Communication (335)
28th April and 30th April, 2015 Painting (225), Maths (211) Painting (332), Computer Science (330),
Biology (314) Environment Science(333)

NIOS: Date Sheet For Secondary (Class X)/Sr. Secondary (Class XII) Examinations, April - May, 2015 (All India Exam Centre)

The National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS)

Date Sheet For Secondary (Class X)/Sr. Secondary (Class XII) Examinations, April - May, 2015

S. No

Date

SENIOR SECONDARY

SECONDARY

 

 

Subject & Code

Time

Subject & Code

Time

1 Tuesday, 7th April, 2015 Sanskrit (309) 2.30 -5.30 P.M. -- --
2 Wednesday, 8th April, 2015 Bengali (303)
Tamil (304)
Odiya (305)
2.30 - 5.30 P.M.
2.30 - 5.30 P.M.
2.30 - 5.30 P.M.
Sanskrit (209) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M.
3 Thursday, 9th April, 2015 Computer Science (330) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M. Home Science (216) 2.30 - 5.00 P.M
4 Saturday,11th April,2015 Home Science (321) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M Economics (214) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M.
5 Thursday, 16th April, 2015 Mathematics (311) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M Social Science (213) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M.
6 Friday,17th April, 2015 Accountancy (320) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M English (202) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M.
7 Saturday,18th April, 2015 Physics (312) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M. Science & Technology (212) 2.30 - 5.00 P.M.
8 Monday, 20th April, 2015 Economics (318) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M. Hindi (201) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M
9 Tuesday, 21st April, 2015 Chemistry (313) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M. Bengali (203)/Marathi (204)/ Telugu (205)/Gujarati (207)/Kannada (208)/Punjabi
(210)/Assamese (228)/Nepali (231)/Malayalam (232)/Odiya (233)/Arabic (235)/Persian (236)/Tamil (237)
2.30 - 5.30 P.M.
10 Wednesday,22nd April, 2015 /English (302) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M Painting (Theory) (225) 2.30 - 4.00 P.M
11 Thursday, 23rd April, 2015 Painting (Theory) (332) 2.30 - 4.00 P.M Psychology (222) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M
12 Friday, 24th April, 2015 Political Science (317) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M Mathematics (211) 2.30 - 5.00 P.M
13 Saturday, 25th April , 2015 Biology (314) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M Indian Culture and Heritage (223) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M.
14 Monday , 27th April,2015 Geography (316) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M. Business Studies (215) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M.
15 Tuesday , 28th April,2015 Hindi (301) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M Urdu (206) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M
16 Wednesday, 29th April ,2015 History (315) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M. Data Entry Operations/(E) Th(229) 2.30 - 4.30 P.M
17 Thursday, 30th April ,2015 Data Entry Operations/Th(336) 2.30 - 4.30 P.M    
18 Saturday, 2nd May ,2015 Business Studies (319) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M.    
19 Tuesday, 5th May ,2015 Urdu (306) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M.    
20 Wednesday,06th May,2015 Sociology (331) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M.    
21 Thursday,07th May,2015 Environmental Science (333) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M.    
22 Friday, 08th May,2015 Psychology (328) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M.    
23 Saturday, 09th May,2015 Mass communication (335) 2.30 - 5.30 P.M    

DATES OF PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS:

Dates

Sr. Secondary

Secondary

20th March to 24th March, 2015 Home Science(321),Biology (314),Geography(316), Science & Technology(212)
25th March to 28th March, 2015 Chemistry(313), Physics (312) Painting (225), Maths (211)
29th March to 02rd April, 2015 Computer Science(330),Data Entry Operations(336), Mass Communication (335) Home Science (216)
03rd April to 06th April, 2015 Painting(332), Environmental Science (333) Data Entry Operations(229)

Tips from CBSE Topper Sarthak Agrawal for CBSE Exam


Tips from CBSE Topper Sarthak Agrawal for CBSE Exam


In an exclusive interview with India Today, the last year's topper Sarthak Agrawal talks about pressure of exams and his study techniques. The bright mind talked about his schedule and shared the things he followed for his board exams preparation.

How to Study?: All you require to do is follow up with your syllabus and study for an hour or two

  • The best time to study: You must study whenever you are fresh and when you can concentrate better, which for him is morning and the evening
  • Stress busters: Study must be your priority but you can't just shift gears this easy and become a bookworm. There is no need to sacrifice your leisure time and study according to your timetable
  • Read ways to bust stress - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzNSzkNuIqA
  • Battling the parental pressure: More than students, it is the parents who put pressure on their kids. Try not to lose your concentration and stay focused Try your best: There is no need to be influenced by other things and you should try your best

CBSE: Centre Information for Private Candidates for Main Exam 2015

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CBSE: Centre Information for Private Candidates for Main Exam 2015

School: CBSE

Class: 10th & 12th

Year: 2015

(News) Nagpur get first CBSE-i Affiliated School

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Nagpur get first CBSE-i Affiliated School


Nagpur is probably the only tier-II city in India which boasts of all major school boards. The city has schools affiliated to state board, ICSE, CBSE and IB. It also had an IGCSE board school which wound up last academic session. The latest entrant is the new CBSE-i curriculum which Jain International School will be offering from the 2015-16 academic session.

Principal of the school Anmol Badjatia said, "There are only 80 schools in India which have been given permission to start the CBSE-i curriculum and ours is the only one in entire Vidarbha. This curriculum offers the best of both worlds - of CBSE and international boards. CBSE-i is 70% local and 30% global which will offer the perfect balanced academic platform."

(Info) CBSE to launch pre-exam counselling for students and parents

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CBSE to launch pre-exam counselling for students and parents


With Board exams nearing the anxiety levels of class X and XII students preparing for board exams are on the rise and to help students cope well with the situation Central Board for Secondary education will launch its pre-examination counselling for students and parents on Monday, February 2. The facility will continue till April 20.

There will be four ways in which students as well as parents can reach out for a helping hand at CBSE. They can use the option of Tele-counselling, Question-Answer columns, online counseling and CBSE website.

This year 72 Principals, trained counsellors from CBSE affiliated government and private schools and few psychologists will participate in Tele-Counselling and address exam related psychological problems of the students. 62 of them are available in India while 10 are located in Nepal, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Al Khobar, Sultnate of Oman), UAE (Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah) and Kuwait.

rom city there are two counselors, rakesh Sachdeva principal DAv 15 and Madhu behl, principal KBDAV-7 who cater to calls not just from Chandigarh but from the entire country. Talking about what kind of queries Sachdeva said, "The students and parents are full of anxiety during these days as exams are heading. Where students want to know how they can memorize well parents want to know that how to get their wards to study. Though the designated time is 3.00pm to 4.00pm we get calls day and night. The rush remains the same until the exams begin."

(Info) CISCE National Award for School Teachers - 2015 for "Using ICT for Innovations in Education"

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Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations

(Info) National Award for School Teachers - 2015 for "Using ICT for Innovations in Education"

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(Info) CBSE: Online Submission of List of Candidates (LOC) for Class X/XII

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Central Board of Secondary Education

Online Submission of List of Candidates (LOC) for Class X/XII

Class: X/XII

Year: 2015

(Date Sheet) CBSE : Class 12th Board Examination - 2015

CBSE

Date Sheet Senior School Examination, 2015

(CLASS 12th)

(Date Sheet) CBSE: Class 10th Board Examination - 2015

CBSE

Date Sheet Secondary School Examination, 2015

(CLASS 10th)

DAY, DATE AND TIME

 SUBJECT NAME

 SUB CODE

Monday,02nd March, 2015 10:30 AM ENGLISH ELECTIVE
ENGLISH ELECTIVE-C
ENGLISH CORE
001
101
301
Wednesday,04th March, 2015 10:30 AM BUSINESS STUDIES
ELE.COST A/C & AUD
BEAUTY & HAIR
CONFECTIONERY
INT.HOSPTLTY MGT
HORTICULTURE
FABRIC STUDY
PRINTED TEXTILE
OP&MNT.OF COMM DEV
054
612
745
752
756
762
774
778
789
Monday,09th March, 2015 10:30 AM PHYSICS
MARKETING
STORE ACCOUNTING
CASH MGMT & H-KEEP
AC & REFRGTN-III
VEGETABLE CULTURE
B THERAPY&HAIR DES
OPTICS
CLNCL BIO-CHE(MLT)
FUND OF NURSING II
RADIOGRAPHY-GENL
MEAL PLNG & SERVIC
TEXTILE SCIENCE
INDIA-TOURIST DEST
I T SYSTEM
PRIN &PRA-LIFE INS
INT TO FINANCL MKT
C HEALTH NURSING
BAKERY
GARMENT CONSTRCTN
TRAD.INDIAN TEXTLE
ELECTICAL MACHINE
042
613
618
619
632
642
654
658
661
663
667
676
684
693
699
705
723
731
751
776
777
787
Tuesday,10th March, 2015 10:30 AM HISTORY
BIOTECHNOLOGY
ENGG. GRAPHICS
LAB MEDICINES(MLT)
RETAIL SERVICES
LGSTCS,OPER&SUP CH
BUS.OPERTN & ADMN
027
045
046
660
744
750
766
Tuesday,10th March,2015 10:30 AM MARKETING 783
Thursday,12th March, 2015 10:30 AM CHEMISTRY
LENDING OPERATIONS
APPLIED PHYSICS
FLORICULTURE
COSMETIC CHEMISTRY
BIOLOGY-OPTHALMIC
COMM.HEALTH NUR II
RADIATION PHYSICS
DESG & PAT MAKING
DYEING & PRINTING
TRAVEL TRADE MGMT
BUSINESS DATA PROC
COMPUTER& LIFE I A
TPT. SYSTEMS & MGMT
B P O SKILLS
FOOD& BEV C & CNTL
HOLISTIC HEALTH
FLORICULTURE
COST ACCOUNTING
043
620
625
643
655
657
664
666
685
688
694
700
706
712
724
737
746
765
781
Friday,13th March, 2015 10:30 AM DANCE-KATHAK
DANCE-BHARATNATYAM
DANCE-KUCHIPUDI
DANCE-ODISSI
DANCE-MANIPURI
CR WRTNG TR STUDY
MASS MEDIA STUDIES
NAT. CADET CORPS
SINDHI
OFF. COMMUNICATION
H EDN.COMM&PR&P HL
INF.STORGE&RETRIVL
INTG.TRNSPRT OPER
FRONT OFF.OPERATNS
TR.AGN.&TOUR OP.B
SALESMANSHIP
TRBL SHT MNT.EL EQ
CAP.MARKET OPRTNS
056
057
058
059
060
069
072
076
108
606
728
748
749
753
757
784
790
793
Saturday,14th March, 2015 10:30 AM HINDI ELECTIVE
TAMIL
GUJARATI
002
106
110

(Info) State Wise Number of Students for Class - XII with Disabilities from 2009 to 2014

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STATE WISE NUMBER OF STUDENTS FOR CLASS - XII (WITH DISABILITIES)

 

DAY, DATE AND TIME

 SUBJECT NAME

 SUB CODE

Monday,02nd March, 2015 10:30 AM DYNAMICS RETAIL(O)
INFO TECHNOLOGY(O)
SECURITY(O)
AUTOMOBILE TECH(O)
INTR TO TOURISM(O)
DYNAMICS RETAIL(C)
INFO TECHNOLOGY(C)
SECURITY(C)
AUTOMOBILE TECH(C)
INTR TO TOURISM(C)
401
403
404
405
406
461
462
463
464
466
Tuesday,03rd March, 2015 10:30 AM SCIENCE
SCIENCE W/O PRAC.
086
090
Wednesday,04th March, 2015 10:30 AM TAMIL
TELUGU
FRENCH
N C C
006
007
018
076
Monday,09th March, 2015 10:30 AM PAINTING
SPANISH
049
096
Tuesday,10th March, 2015 10:30 AM SOCIAL SCIENCE 087
Thursday,12th March, 2015 10:30 AM HINDI COURSE-A
HINDI COURSE-B
002
085

(Info) State Wise Number of Students for Class - X with Disabilities from 2009 to 2014

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Central Board of Secondary Education


STATE WISE NUMBER OF STUDENTS FOR CLASS - X ( WITH DISABILITIES )

STATE

STATE NAME

HAND

CATEGORY

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

REGD

APPD

REGD

APPD

REGD

APPD

REGD

APPD

REGD

APPD

REGD

APPD

AL

ARUNACHAL PRADESH

B

BLIND

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

0

0

0

0

AL

ARUNACHAL PRADESH

C

DYSLEXIC

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

0

0

1

1

AL

ARUNACHAL PRADESH

D

DEAF

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

0

0

AL

ARUNACHAL PRADESH

H

HANDICAPPE

5

5

7

7

5

5

18

17

12

9

9

8

AM

ASSAM

B

BLIND

0

0

0

0

1

1

2

2

3

3

4

4

AM

ASSAM

C

DYSLEXIC

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

3

3

AM

ASSAM

D

DEAF

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

AM

ASSAM

H

HANDICAPPE

7

7

3

3

5

5

14

13

6

6

10

9

AM

ASSAM

S

SPASTIC

0

0

0

0

2

1

0

0

1

1

1

1

AN

ANDAMAN & NICOBAR

B

BLIND

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

0

0

AN

ANDAMAN & NICOBAR

C

DYSLEXIC

0

0

0

0

2

2

0

0

0

0

4

3

AN

ANDAMAN & NICOBAR

D

DEAF

1

1

2

2

2

2

1

1

3

3

3

2

AN

ANDAMAN & NICOBAR

H

HANDICAPPE

8

7

9

6

12

11

13

12

22

22

21

20

AN

ANDAMAN & NICOBAR

S

SPASTIC

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

AP

ANDHRA PRADESH

B

BLIND

0

0

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

2

0

0

(Circular) Standard Operating Procedure for Dealing with any Terrorist Attack on Schools

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Standard Operating Procedure for Dealing with any Terrorist Attack on Schools

1. Background

Experience gained in handing terrorism in recent years has shown that with a view to gain widespread media and public attention, bold terrorist attacks are undertaken. Places of large number of footfalls, malls, multi-plexes, hotels and schools, are most vulnerable for terrorist attacks. This necessitates to have in place a Standard Operating Procedure defining the role of officials of the concerned agencies participant to counter such attack in schools.

2. Aim of SOP

The aim of this SOP is to lay down guidelines and procedure for preventing and dealing with extremist attack on schools. However, these are general guidelines. Every terrorist related incident is different and the action should be taken by all concerned keeping in mind the specifics of each situation, keeping in mind these general guidelines.

3. Identification of Schools

The local police should identify or make a list of prominent/ high profile schools in their jurisdiction for the purpose of SOP.

4. Preventive Measures

  • Each school should have concrete boundary wall, with 3 to 4 gates and each gate should be manned by at least 3 guards, on a 24- hours basis.

  • Details of telephone number of the Police Control Room and local police station should be maintained and updated regularly by the school authorities. These details should be displayed at prominent places so that in case of crisis, the Principal, teachers, students, staff or security guards or any one from the school may contact the Police. A nodal officer may be nominated to look after security arrangement in the school.

  • A telephone connection should be provided at the main gate of the School so that the guards can inform the Police in case of any emergency without waiting for informing the nodal officer or the Principal.

  • There should be proper illumination along the perimeter so that nobody can jump over the wall into the school in the night for any nefarious activity.

  • Concertina wire may be fixed on the iron grills above the boundary wall to deter any one from jumping over the wall.

  • Installation of CCTV systems all along the boundary as well as some additional locations inside the premises, to monitor the movement of any suspicious person, with recording facilities for the last three days, at least. The system should also have requisite video analytics to detect any intrusion and raise an audio as well as visual alarm. CCTV system alarm may also be connected to the identified gates to close them automatically.

  • Walkie Talkie sets for communication between security guards and nodal security officer be arranged, intercom between main gate/ other perimeter gates to the nodal security officer and the Principal of the School may be provided for efficient communication.

  • There should be centralized Public Announcement System between Nodal Officer and all classes/ library etc. by which instructions can be given to the students/ staff in each room, collectively or individually or in selected combination, may be installed.

  • A visual anti-sabotage check of the entire school should be carried out by the security staff of the school before the children start arriving in the morning. They should also check the footpath in front of the school, all along the boundary wall including the parking area to detect any suspicious objects lying unattended there.

  • Alarm System: In order to alert the entire security staff, Principal. Teachers and the students in case of any contingency, a suitable electric bell needs to be installed connecting all the gates to a nodal point in the school. The alarm system should also have a display panel to indicate the location from which the alarm has been raised. The alarm can be manually pressed by the guards or get activated automatically if any vehicle crashes into the gate. The nodal officer should immediately verify the reason for raising the alarm, inform the Principal, take action to initiate the contingency drill in the school and inform the police.

5. Action/ Active stage

Response of the School Authorities in case of any Contingency: The drill for the School authorities may be divided into two parts namely contingency at the time of arrival/ departure of the children and secondary while the school is already functional.

Drill at the time of arrival/ departure of the children

i. Kidnapping of children at the time of their arrival/ departure.

  • The guard on duty at main gate or nodal officer should immediately inform the Police about the incident. Guards should give proper description of the vehicle, colors etc, so that police can impose Red Alert and search the suspected vehicle.

  • The guards posted at main gate should immediately rush the children already on the road or footpath inside the school and close the school gates.

  • Those who are still in the cars and buses and have not alighted should be told to move forward and leave the area.

  • The guards at the main gate should immediately press the alarm bell to close the intermediate gates to segregate and secure the children inside the school blocks. He should also inform the nodal security officer/ Principal of the school.

ii. Random Firing on the road near the School

  • There should be two guards at the main gate at the time of arrival/ departure of children. Guard at the main gate should quickly take in all the children and close the gate.

  • Another guard should direct the buses and vehicles from which the children have not yet alighted to move on quickly and get out of the area.

  • Guards at main gate to inform the police and also the nodal security officer of the school.

  • Alarm bells should be rung and intermediate gates be closed to prevent any children from coming outside.

  • Rush the injured children/ other victims to the hospital.

iii. Armed Intrusion into the school with Hostage taking

In case armed terrorists manage to enter the school and hold up teachers/ students/ others as hostages, the following action should be taken by the school authorities, besides the quick reaction team engaging the terrorists:

  • Inform the Police

  • Initially all the children and teachers should stay back in their respective rooms and those in veranda etc. rush into the nearest room, and not to indulge into any any rash act in panic like running out towards door to escape etc. They should close the doors from inside and lie low in the classroom to escape random firing.

  • The security guards should be identified gate-wise. They should rush out from their positions with the keys of the concerned gates to open them for safely sending the children out as and when possible. They shall check that the area outside is clear of miscreants and a passage is available, and open the gates when told to do so by teachers/ nodal security officer.

  • If the location of the terrorists is known and there is safe passage available from the other classrooms to any of the gates, the children under the leadership of the respective teachers in a single file without making any noise should be taken out.

  • Children may not be asked to collect/ gather in any open ground as they can become easy targets.

  • In case of any doubt, there should be no movement and teacher/ school authority should wait for the police to arrive, contain the situation, surround the terrorist and provide a secured passage for the children to move out from their respective places to outside the school.

  • One of guards available should rush to the main gate and direct the cars/ buses arriving subsequently to go back to their homes.

iv. Suspected explosive object found in the vicinity of school or inside the premises:

  • School staff, teacher and students should be regularly briefed not to touch any unattended object lying anywhere inside/ outside the school. In case any such object is found, the person who finds it should immediately bring it to the notice of the nodal security officer of the school. In case it is seen by a student, he should immediately bring it to the notice of his first available teacher, who in turn will inform the nodal security officer/ principal of the school. All should also be briefed to keep away from such an object.

  • If there is a bomb scare, then children should not be collected in one place without first checking that area. Some place can be designated like auditorium/ field and there should be team of 8-10 people from the school who will quickly spread out and carry out a check of that area before collecting the children there.

  • In case the bomb has already exploded, then cars and buses coming to the school with children should be told to go back home.

  • The injured/ casualties be rushed to the hospitals.

  • The nodal officer or the Principal or even the security guards available in the school should inform the Police at the earliest opportunity. The call will activate the police drill and they will respond accordingly.

Drill when the school is already functional:

  • All the gates on the perimeter wall should be closed and locked after the arrival of children. The guard should open the door only for bonafide reasons. Once the gates are locked, the probability of forcible intrusion considerably reduces, as even the intruder understands that in case he tries to enter forcibly, the school authorities can call the police and they may be intercepted even before they can achieve their objectives. However, in case somebody tries to forcibly enter the school premises by forcing open the gate under threat of life to the guard or crash open the gate by driving the vehicle into the gate or jump over the wall, the following action should be taken:

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