The West Bengal Government recently set up safety and security monitoring committees in government-run and government-aided schools, whose primary objective will be to treat cases of bullying with special importance besides other safety and security concerns.
The government has taken this measure to prevent any form of bullying in schools. The government wants all schools in the state to ensure that no student suffers due to bullying.
If incidents of bullying occur, the school needs to take firm steps. A report on the steps taken has to be then submitted to the government, a senior official of the School Education Department said.
The Education Department will compile these reports and use the expertise gained to develop a policy for tackling bullying.
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