Dance teacher in prominent Delhi school asks grade V girl to strip; complaint filed with police

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Dance teacher in prominent Delhi school asks grade V girl to strip; complaint filed with police
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New Delhi: It has been a tough week for parents and students with a slew of cases, and now comes yet another horror story from a prominent school in Delhi. The Presidium School, which is run by Mothers Pride group of institutions. According to details exclusively available with NewsMobile, the parents of a student complained to the school that a Dance teacher in Ashok Vihar branch in North West Delhi misbehaved with their daughter.

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The horrific incident took place on September 7th when the newly appointed Dance teacher named Neeraj Rawat misbehaved with a class Vth girl and used inappropriate words.

Rawat allegedly said: “I will remove your ID card, then your shirt and then your skirt.”

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The ill-treatment by the dance teacher came to light when the girl student complaint about the same to her teacher and parents.

Meanwhile, the school on September 9th terminated Rawat and filed a police complaint against him.

Sources told NewsMobile that the girl reported the matter to the parents, and agitated parents have forced the school to act, which then set up a school disciplinary committee and the teacher was terminated on September 9. Today a complaint was filed against the teacher with the police.   According to the copy of the complaint accessed by NewsMobile, the head of school Presidium.
Last year, the Gurugram branch of the Presidium School came into limelight when a 21-year-old attendant raped a four-year-old kindergarten student while she was returning home on the school bus with other children.

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More recently he nation was left shocked when a 7-year old was allegedly murdered in reputed Ryan International School in Gurugram. Earlier an incident of Bullying was reported first by NewsMobile from Pathways School in Noida.
With the growing incidents involving schools, there is an urgent need for the government to ensure that guidelines are implemented to check those of dubious and criminal antecedents are prevented from taking up employment in schools and a list is shared with all schools if a teacher or a staffer is suspended or terminated for misbehaviour.
Schools need to adhere to the norms and ensure that they create verification mechanisms and work towards a safer atmosphere for kids. Parents need to sensitise kids and have a regular update from kids about their day at school so they are alerted by the child of any incident.





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