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    Stricter Monitoring Needed for Girls’ Residential Schools in Telangana: A Call for Increased Parental Vigilance


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    Girls’ residential schools in Telangana have been in the news for all the wrong reasons recently. Reports of physical and emotional abuse, neglect, and even sexual harassment have been making headlines, raising serious concerns about the safety and well-being of the students enrolled in these institutions. The need for stricter monitoring of these schools has become more urgent than ever before, and parents must remain vigilant to protect their children from harm.

    The state government has taken some steps to address the issue, such as setting up a helpline for students to report any incidents of abuse and conducting surprise inspections of the schools. However, these measures are clearly not enough, as the problem persists. What is needed is a more comprehensive approach that involves increased oversight and accountability, as well as greater involvement of parents and community members in monitoring the schools.

    Parents must take an active role in ensuring the safety and well-being of their children in residential schools. They should visit the schools regularly, speak to their children about their experiences, and report any concerns or suspicions to the authorities. It is also important for parents to educate their children about their rights and empower them to speak up if they are being mistreated. By working together with the government and other stakeholders, we can create a safer and more secure environment for our children to learn and grow in.

    In conclusion, stricter monitoring is urgently needed for girls’ residential schools in Telangana. The recent reports of abuse and neglect are a wake-up call for all of us to take action to protect our children. Parents must remain vigilant and involved in their children’s education, while the government must take more decisive action to ensure that these schools are safe and secure. By working together, we can create a brighter future for our children and ensure that they receive the education they deserve in a safe and nurturing environment.

    Rajesh M
    Rajesh Mhttps://www.telanganatribune.com
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