Delhi University (DU) has released new policies to protect the safety of its students during fests and other events. Following an incident in which some women were filmed while changing at IIT-Delhi. Delhi University has instructed its colleges to install CCTV cameras. Both outside women’s restrooms and changing rooms during festivals. officials said on Friday.
The administration also requested its colleges to make sure that security cameras are installed. The cameras are to be installed at every institute and dormitory gate to prevent any accidents. In light of the recent incident at IIT Delhi. we have added pertinent details to the fest standards based on recommendations from the Delhi Police. For the safety of students, we have requested that institutions install CCTV. The cameras should be installed in front of women’s restrooms and changing areas, said DU proctor Rajni Abbi.
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CCTV Cameras for the Safety of Women
During festivals, the university has instructed its colleges to put CCTV cameras. Both outside the changing rooms and restrooms for women. The purpose of this regulation is to protect female pupils’ privacy and avoid any unpleasant situations.
Comprehensive Security Protocols
DU has recommended that its departments and colleges install CCTV cameras at all institute and hostel gates. This will assist in keeping an eye on people’s movements and discourage any possible security risks.
Inspection of Boundary Walls
Before holding a major event, the colleges are expected to check their boundary walls. This was done to make sure that nobody could climb them and enter the property. We’re going to put low concertina wires to increase security even further.
System for Centralized Public Announcements
The recommendation also calls for the development of a centralized system for making announcements. This will ease prompt and efficient communication in the event of a security breach or emergency.
Both structural Safety and Crowd Management
To manage the crowd, the advice limits the number of students who can attend fests. Colleges must also hire metallic detectors and door frames. Also to inspect the stage’s structural stability before concerts. To cover up any gloomy areas, appropriate lighting arrangements will also be installed.
Controlled entry and Documentation
Google Forms will be used to control entry to the events. Copies of these forms need to be turned in to the police and other relevant agencies. This will facilitate security checks and help keep track of attendance.
Delhi University has demonstrated its commitment to providing a secure environment for its students. they are taking the initiative to enforce these safety measures. The university hopes to avoid situations like the one that happened at IIT-Delhi. They want to protect the security and welfare of their students by implementing these steps.
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