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This Valentine's Day, schools put on Cupid alert

BENGALURU: Moral police appear to have grew to become at the unlikeliest place this Valentine's Day: Schools. The Karnataka Associated Management of Primary and Secondary Schools (KAMS) has asked its member-institutes to sign up for arms with oldsters to verify their boys and girls don't end up celebrating the occasion.

The association, which has three,000 colleges as individuals, has asked the establishments to advise oldsters to keep an eye fixed on their youngsters in the wake of increasing prevalence of school students indulging in actions that do not swimsuit their age.

Schools informed to verify kids don’t change items on V-Day

The resolution to issue the alert used to be in the wake of recent incidents, the place youngsters have been discovered to delight in aggressive fights over amorous affairs. Such incidents are causing ruckus at colleges, with students clashing, lying to their oldsters and teachers and stealing cash. We need member-schools to regard this as a delicate subject and spread consciousness about it as it's their social accountability. It will have to proceed after Valentine’s Day too,” stated Shashi Kumar, common secretary, KAMS.

In the newest example reported on January 30, two PU students fought on campus over a girl both loved and one in all them stabbed the opposite to death in Soundarya Composite PU College, Bagalgunte.

In its advisory to colleges, the association has asked them to alert oldsters and guardians to keep an eye fixed on youngsters on Valentine’s Day. Children should be told to not change any items and greeting playing cards to mark the occasion. Parents should control their wards in order that they don’t bunking and pass to shops or films to have a good time the occasion.

The association has asked colleges to be on guard against students who instead of dressed in uniform don colourful attire, dominated by crimson, the colour of Valentine’s Day.

Parents-teachers’ associations and teachers had been asked to check schoolbags for any Valentine’s Day merchandise being carried by students and confiscate such material. The KAMS asked the varsity to alert oldsters thru SMSes and diary notings.

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