Ryan school flouted security rules, says CBSE
NEWDELHI: A child who was killed in Gurgaon’s Ryan International last week might have never been attacked if the school took security seriously, an investigation by the Central Board of Secondary Education has determined, beginning on Saturday the process to possibly scrap the institute’s recognition.
No attendant was posted at the toilet, surveillance cameras were not working, and boundary walls were not high enough, the probe team cited as some of the shortcomings. It asked the school why its recognition should not be cancelled due to such neglect. The victim was an 8-year-old who bled to death after his throat was slit.