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(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:

CBSE Launches Saransh : an Online Facility to evaluate schools & students

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Saransh : On Line Facility Launched by CBSE

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has launched an on-line facility titled ‘Saransh’ to the schools affiliated to it. Saransh has the following main features:

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  2. It helps the schools to look at their performance in scholastic and co-scholastic areas at an aggregate level, and at the level of each student in the school.

  3. All the performance metrics are presented through numbers as well as in charts/ graphs for easy understanding. Saransh helps schools compare their performance vis-à-vis other schools under various categories i.e., All India, Regional, State and within their school category (Government, Private, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (JNVS), Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS), and Central Tibetan Schools (CTS).

(Exam Date Sheet) Council of Indian School Certificate Examination , March 2015

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College-Wise Seats for Dental Colleges in Different States

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:: DECLARATION OF RESULT ::


The Central Board of Secondary Education will conduct the AIPMT Examination, evaluate the Answer Sheets and likely to declare the result by 05th June, 2015 and the same will be hosted on website  www.aipmt.nic.in

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:: Apply Online ::

Photograph:

AIPMT- 2015 : Important Dates

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:: Important Dates ::

AIPMT- 2015 : How To Apply

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:: HOW TO APPLY ::

A candidate can apply for the All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT) only on-line by logging on to www.aipmt.nic.in

Before submission of application form, make the following preparations:

AIPMT- 2015 : Fee Detail

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:: MERIT LIST AND QUALIFYING CRITERIA ::

(i) The Central Board of Secondary Education will prepare the list of successful candidates of AIPMT - 2015 on the basis of the eligibility criteria provided by the Medical Council of India as given in Graduate Medical Education Regulations-1997 issued under All India Medical Council Act-1956. The eligibility criteria is as follows: Under clause (2) to (4) of MCI’s regulation, a candidate must have passed in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology at the qualifying examination as mentioned in clause (2) of regulation 4 and in addition must have come in the merit list prepared as a result of such competitive Entrance Test by securing not less than 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology taken together in the competitive examination.

AIPMT- 2015 : Syllabus

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::SYLLABUS ::

PHYSICS

CONTENTS CLASS XI SYLLABUS

UNIT I: Physical World and Measurement

  • Physics: Scope and excitement; nature of physical laws; Physics, technology and society.

  • Need for measurement: Units of measurement; systems of units; SI units, fundamental and derived units. Length, mass  and time measurements; accuracy and precision of measuring instruments; errors in measurement; significant figures.

  • Dimensions of physical quantities, dimensional analysis and its applications.

AIPMT- 2015 : Pattern of Exam

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:: Pattern of AIPMT 2015 ::

1. Pattern of the Entrance Test:-

  • The Entrance Test shall consist of one paper containing 180 objective type questions (four options with single correct answer) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology) to be answered on the specially designed machine-gradable sheet using Ball Point Pen only. The duration of paper would be 03 hours.

AIPMT- 2015 : Eligibility and Qualification

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:: Eligibility Criteria and Qualifications ::

Eligibility for 15% All India Quota Seats

  • He/she has completed age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete the age on or before 31st December of the year of his/her admission to the 1st year MBBS/BDS Course and is an INDIAN NATIONAL.

  • The upper age limit for candidates seeking admission under 15% All India Quota Seats is 25 years as on 31st December of the year of the entrance examination. Further provided that this upper age limit shall be relaxed by a period of 5 (five) years for the candidates of Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes/Other Backward Classes.

  • Candidate must born on or between
    (a) 01/01/86 to 01/01/99 (SC/ST/OBC Category)
    (b) 01/01/91 to 01/01/99 (Other Category)

AIPMT- 2015 : Important Instructions

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:: IMPORTANT INSTRUCTION ::

Candidates are required to go through the Information Bulletin carefully and acquaint themselves:-

(Notification) CBSE : AIPMT - 2015

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CBSE will Conduct of All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT)

Online applications are invited for All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test, 2014 to be conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi as per the following schedule for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses Under 15% All India Quota seats and also for seats under the control of participating States/Universities/Institutions in the academic session 2014-15.

(Download) Free NCERT e-Book "Meeting Special Needs in School: A Manual"

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Book Name: Meeting Special Needs in School: A Manual

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(Download) Free NCERT e-Book "Q & A Science and Mathematics in NCF-2005"

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CONTENTS:

Foreword

Preface

Chapter-1

  • About the National Curriculum Framework-2005

Chapter-2

  • Science and Mathematics Learning

Chapter-3

  • Towards Implementation

Annexure-I

  • Key Words and Phrases

Annexure-II

  • Examples and Anecdotes
  • References
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