<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The two-member fact finding committee constituted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on the Ryan International School incident, in its report has pointed out several safety rules violations by the school. The report submitted by the committee to CBSE on Friday evening states that CCTVs were not functional in the school and non-teaching staff used the same toilet as school students. The Bhondsi branch of the school was where a 7-year-old child was found murdered inside the toilet on September 8. The panel also highlighted breach in the boundary wall of the school campus, which they said was covered with barbed wires and posed a threat to children’s safety as anyone could enter the school premises. The CBSE had set up the committee on September 9 to check into the circumstances that lead to Pradyuman Thakur’s death. It was also mandated to find out if the school violated CBSE’s safety norms and affiliation by-laws. The committee, however in its report has not recommended disaffiliation of the school.


Ryan International School flouted many safety guidelines, finds CBSE Panel