In fact there have been recent allegations of sexual harassment against students in those schools. The Delhi Women’s Commission has set up a committee to look into the situation in the respective schools. The committee members went to four schools and inspected the situation there. With that, the miserable conditions in the schools came to light. Students, teachers, and other staff were also contacted and details collected.
To this extent the team members expressed concern over the condition of the schools. The schools were revealed to be very miserable and unsafe. The committee revealed that gates were open in some schools and some schools did not even have security guards. Team members said they sometimes came across cases where drunks threatened to break into schools. Syringes, gutka covers and liquor bottles were also found on the school premises. It was suggested that an FIR be registered immediately. The committee members were of the opinion that the lessons were being taught in dilapidated and dilapidated buildings, which was not good for the safety of children. If lessons are taught in such buildings .. they express the fear that the children will be in danger.
Committee members also noted that there were no CCTV cameras in schools. The bathrooms were found to be unhygienic and messy. It was also revealed that there was no soap in the bathroom and their doors were also cracked. Committee members expressed concern that this would jeopardize the privacy and security of students. He also said that teachers were not coming to schools on time. Committee members noted that at least three classes were not attended and that the in-charge was also absent. Also the teachers .. revealed that the students usually come after 9 p.m. The team members include DCW chairperson Swati Maliwal, members Pramila Gupta, Sarika Chaudhary, Firdos Khan and Vandana Singh.