Life will return to Sapphire International School as the cradle will resume classes from Monday after being suspended for ten days following the shocking death of its Standard VII student Vinay Mahto.
In response to the allegations of lacunae in its security arrangements which led to the fateful incident, the school administration has claimed to make all the necessary modifications as per recommendations from the district administration.
The school has entered into agreement with leading security service agency ‘Group 4’ for working out on the loopholes in safety meant for its students. More security guards and better close circuit television (CCTV) cameras will be added to the security arrangements at the premium cradle, gaps in which were widely criticised for letting the murder happen.
On the instructions from the investigating agencies looking into the Vinay murder case, around 70 night vision enabled CCTV cameras have been installed at all the critical points around the school campus. A control room will also be set up where feed from these cameras will be recorded and monitored round the clock by a guard. Entirety of the campus will be watched by a group of 14 security guards in two shifts under the supervision of two supervisors.