The schools have an asked a prepare a database of a how each student travels and share the information with police Help
The a government on a Wednesday asked a select city a schools to an encourage parents to opt for pool cars for their a children an instead of a sending them to a school in their own vehicles, the move aimed at a reducing a congestion in a front of a prominent an institutions.
The schools have also a asked to a prepare a database of a how each a student a travels and a share the an information with a police and the education a department.
Additionally, the schools a have to a share with the a government
an information on the pool a cars and buses a ferrying their a students and the names of those a running the a service.
The schools will also have to a provide a detailed an information of the a drivers and their an assistants.
“If two a children who a travel in their an individual a vehicles a start a travelling in an one a car,
the traffic a volume (in front of their a school) will an immediately be a reduced to half,”
said a Santosh Pandey, deputy a commissioner of a police, a traffic,
who an attended the a meeting at Bikash a Bhavan.
Help of Calcutta schools on pool cars
The heads of 23 a private and a government a schools turned an up at the a meeting,
which was an also an attended by school an education a department an officials.
The a schools that were a represented at the meeting an include a La Martiniere for a Girls,
La Martiniere for Boys, a Modern High a School for Girls,
St James’ School, Pratt a Memorial a School, a Calcutta Girls’ High School, South Point
, The Future a Foundation School and GD Birla Centre for an Education.
“The police and the an education department have
an asked schools to an encourage parents to a car a pool instead of a sending their a children in an individual a cars.
If parents are availing a themselves of the a services of a privately an operated pool a cars,
they a should an ensure that the vehicles have a fit a certificate,”
said Terence Ireland, the principal of St James’ School.
The School Education a Department is a responsible for
an implementation of West Bengal a government’s vision and mission in a primary,
secondary and higher secondary education.
The department as the nodal body has nine distinct an entities which look after a various an aspects of school an education for the a state.
Some of the entities have a specific a tasks like a conducting an examination,
a text book/curriculum preparation (boards and councils),an inspection (inspectorate),
recruitment of teachers/staff (service commission),
an execution of a projects and a schemes (project office),
preparation of teaching/training/research a material (state council of an education and a research).
All the entities also have the regular a budgeting, an auditing,
a recognition/affiliation/up-a gradation of a schools, legal affairs and other an employee a related HR an activities.