The district collector of Kota is pushing hard to provide stress-free study environment for students. As a part of safety measures for the coaching students in institutes and hostels, he has appealed too hostels and institution owners on Wednesday to ensure biometric attendance and implement other safety guidelines by March.In a meeting with the representatives of coaching institutes, hostel association and presided over by Kota district collector Rohit Gupta in Tagore hall, several decisions on creating and maintaining a safe and study environment for coaching students were taken and recommendation on the same were discussed. District collector Gupta asked to ensure implementation of the guideline, prescribed by the district administration, in institutes as well as in hostels.He asked to make arrangements for imparting training by to experts from Kota medical college to counselors in coaching institutes and warden and caretaker of the hostels. Test for admission in any coaching institute would be made compulsory. Amid suicides by coaching students, a team of officials and psychologists would prepare a factual and background report to find out the reasons behind such incidents.In the meeting, quarterly fee structure was recommended to replace the annual fee structure in coaching institutes.ADM city, B.L. Meena asked the institutes to formulate a policy for a fee refund and its transparent implementation while ASP, city, Sameer Dave suggested to decide the number of students in classroom and to keep a watch over each of them so that unusual behavior of the students can be noticed in time and be checked.The district administration also asked to conduct recreational and amusement activities in coaching institutes.
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