Anti-Punishment Guidelines for School students

To make the education system student-friendly, the National Commission for Protection of Child rights (NCPCR) released a set of guidelines to eliminate corporal punishment.The ‘Guidelines for eliminating corporal punishment in schools’ was formulated after a study conducted by the organization in 2009-10.The Ministry of Human resource Development has been given a copy of the recommendations and inform the state governments to formulate rules for incorporation into their educational system.The NCPCR guidelines also suggest that each school should set up a Corporal Punishment Monitoring Cell (CPMC) to hear grievances related to corporal punishment as well as instances of sexual harassment. The guidelines state that the CPMC can be a sub-committee under the school management committee which addresses these issues.

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4 comments to ''Anti-Punishment Guidelines for School students"

  1. We punish our children and so do teachers. But there is a line between discipline and torture...

  2. Hi,
    I am frequent observer of this blog, and so I am able to say that this blog is highly useful for the Higher Secondary teachers in Kerala. All the best for the team

  3. It was just this afternoon I came across this blog. It is really useful for HSS teachers.


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