Delhi CM Arvind Kerjiwal launches project to install CCTV cameras in government schools
By Scroll 07-Jul-2019
“It is a historic milestone in school education in the country and the world as live feed from classrooms will be provided to parents on their mobile phones through an app,” Kejriwal said after the launch. The DGS Live app can be downloaded from the Google Play store. After downloading the app, the parents will get a message from the government control room, and will be able to access live classroom feed after proper verification.
Kejriwal said private schools had already been asked to install CCTVs, and would be directed to strictly implement the order.
The chief minister dismissed concerns that the order would violate schoolchildren’s privacy. “There will be no privacy breach, children go to school for education, to learn discipline and become good citizens of the country... they do not go there for anything private,” he claimed. Kejriwal said the cameras would ensure his government’s accountability to people.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia interacted with some parents who supported the move, PTI reported. He claimed that teachers and students also welcomed the decision. There will be two CCTV cameras in each classroom, and the entire school, barring washrooms, will be under surveillance.
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