‘Obey rules or face action’
Police directs tuition centre heads
SHABIR IBN YUSUF
Srinagar, Jan 8: In the aftermath of recent acid attack on a woman in Parraypora area here, police Tuesday directed heads of tuition centres to strictly obey rules and regulations set by the Government.
Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Srinagar, Syed Aashiq Hussain Bukhari held a meeting with heads of tuition centres here and directed them to obey rules and regulations in running their centres.
During the meeting issues pertaining to tuition centres were discussed and the heads assured all the support to law enforcing agencies.
On the occasion police asked the heads of coaching centres to stick to rules and regulations. “Otherwise action will be taken according to the law,” the SSP said.
The heads of tuition centres were asked to provide better accommodation, identity cards and notify fee structure. They were also asked to arrange separate classes for boys and girls.
“We don’t oppose starting of separate classes but it is not possible presently as it is mid session,” Chairman Coaching Centres Association GN Var told Greater Kashmir.
“We requested police not to harass students and teachers. SSP also announced to install CCTV cameras around tuition centres as part of measures to ensure that hooligans roaming in premises of these centres are taken to task,” Var said.
"CCTVs will be installed in the vicinities where large number of tuition centres are operating so as to keep a close vigil," SSP Bukhari told Greater Kashmir.
“We have asked administrators of tuition centres to issue Identity Cards to their students at the earliest so that mischievous elements can be easily singled out. The heads of tuition centers assured us that identity cards will be issued till Monday. Every student will keep the card hanging so that cops can easily identity them,” the SSP said.
The SSP said police suggested that tuition centres should formulate shift system for students with significant intervals. “The heads of these centres assured us that these things will be done at the earliest. We have assured all possible help to the tuition centres heads. We provided them designated Helpline numbers for seeking police help at any time,” the SSP added.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 8 Jan 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 8 Jan 2013 18:30:00 GMT
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