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After SC rap, only 18 schools attend workshop

Appearing for the FSSAI, senior advocate Paras Kuhad pointed out that owing to the blanket stay order, the authority was handicapped in examining any food product. Supreme Court directed all states to ensure safety of school kids’ transportation.
Written by Divya Goyal 2 | Ludhiana | Posted: June 5, 2014 5:24 am

The state government organised the first awareness camp for school bus drivers on Wednesday. The move comes after the Supreme Court directed all states to ensure safety of school kids’ transportation.

Still only 18 schools of the 80 who were invited sent their drivers, conductors and transport heads for the camp under the Safe Vaahan Scheme.

District transport officer, Anil Kumar Garg told Newsline, “This was the first camp organised under Safe Vaahan Scheme of state government. This scheme has been started by forming a district-level committee that will organise such awareness camp for school bus drivers. Although the committee was formed few months back, work was stalled due to the Lok Sabha elections.”

As per information from DTO office, almost 80 schools affiliated to CBSE and ICSE were sent proformas to reveal entire information under Safe Vaahan Scheme. However, the DTO office received only 30 proformas filled by schools while the rest did not reply.

Of the 30 who replied, only 18 sent their teams for camp on Wednesday. “District education officer (secondary) has already issued notices to the 50 schools who did not fill the proformas. They have been told clearly that if still they do not reply, their affiliation will be cancelled,” said Garg.

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