Two separate entrances and exits in DU women colleges and height of the boundary wall will be increased. University planning to use concertina wire over the border to stop illegal entry. It’s among prohibition measures advised by a DU-assigned committee.
The committee produced after the March 28 incident during the annual cultural festival IPCW. As men came into the college by climbing the periphery wall. They allegedly molested students on the college fest.
Students at the college have staged various marches since the incident. They sought Principal Poonam Kumria’s concession. On April 4, DU included a five-member committee to examine the incident. The committee asked to propose efforts to deny such incidents in the future.
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The committee has to present its final statement. It has formulated policies in talks with the Delhi Police.
“The appointee office has formulated guidelines. We notify the policies this week but the police have handed over useful inputs. By Monday, we will notify the guidelines,” said Rajni Abbi, a member of the committee.
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The committee had made various suggestions that could be executed to keep DU women colleges secure. Colleges should stay secure during festivals and on normal days. They should take into account their crowd-holding capability. Colleges should have decent lighting and a safe stage place said Abbi.
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She said that the committee had examined the happening at IP College. The committee identified regions of advance and interventions. Other colleges could dodge any untoward incidents in the future.
On Tuesday, DCW issued temporary advice for the Delhi Police, Delhi University, and IPCW. Following its initial talk with all stakeholders regarding the incident. The DCW has provided April 18 to all authorities to enforce them.