Monday, September 6, 2021





Memo Rc.No. ESE02-11/143/2020-SCERT Dt 01/09/2021

Sub: School Education - SCERT, AP- Student Safety Guidelines - School Safety Plan Dilapidated condition School building report - Reg. 

Ref: This office proceedings Rc.No. ESE02-11/143/2020-SCERT dated: 16.11.2020, 24.11.2020, 9.12.2020 and 30.12.2020.

The attention of all the District Educational Officers in the State is invited. to the reference cited and they are here by informed that two unfortunate incidents have taken place in the schools during last week, one in Krishna district and another one in Prakasam district where two children lost their lives. The incidents call for a reality check of the school safety arrangements in the schools.

2. Therefore, all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education, District Educational Officers and Principals of IASES/CTES/Govt. DIETS in the state are requested to give clear instructions to the respective field functionaries on the following.

Implementation of Student Safety Guidelines:

a. To follow the Student Safety Guidelines Strictly and create awareness among the students to avoid untoward incidents

b. To issue instructions to HMs to prepare their school safety plan, school evacuation plan in case of emergencies. c. The Principals and Headmasters shall immediately take up a review of the guidelines already issued by this office vide reference cited.

d. Wherever there are damaged and dilapidated buildings in the school premises. The Regional Joint Directors of School Education, District Educational Officers and Principals of IASES/CTES/Govt. DIETS shall ensure that a Danger Symbol is displayed in red colour on the unused or damaged buildings, e. Similarly in case of unused and old wells existing in the school premises, they have to be covered with iron mesh and a danger symbol to be displayed at such places also. f. Similar caution to be displayed wherever High Tension electric lines are passing through the school premises.

Student safety week:

a. It is proposed to organize a student safety week from 6th - 9th September. 2021. (Suggested activities are annexed)

Furnishing appropriate data regarding school safety:

i. It is observed that certain files in section 11 of data capture format are not filed appropriately, which reflects the state performance in certain indicators.

ii. All Headmasters shall be instructed to flu appropriate data in all felds in the data capture format of UDISE Plus for efective refection of state performance.

iii. All Headmasters shall be instructed to submit the action taken on the implementation of school safety guidelines in the following Google tracker before 4th September, 2021. LY0F7KN7iVh6113ZDbN4EfjYKjB5axmOcinVhH1 Mmr2Y/edit

In view of the above, all the Deputy Educational Officers/ Mandal Educational Officers/Headmasters of High Schools in the Kurnool district are instructed to organize the student safety week from 6th to 9th September - 2021 and issued certain guidelines and also issued time schedule (guidelines enclosed) and also the Deputy Educational Officers/ Mandal Educational Officers/ are instructed to submit the report on dilapidated school buildings of Kurnool district by 06.09.2021 to 0/o District Educational Officer, Kurnool and create awareness among the students, teachers and parents on FAST ( First Aid for Students and Teachers) app. The link for the FAST app is given below:



Suggested activities for conduct of school safety week from 6th – 9th September, 2021.




Person(s) responsible







Formation/meeting of school safety advisory committee, School Safety Pledge, Preparation of School safety Plan, Evacuation Plan and Display Evacuation plan at various places that are visible to students.

Head Master, Teachers and Parents committee of respective school









•         Identification of damaged and dilapidated buildings, old wells,

furniture, electrical circuits and bushes in the school premises.

•         Displaying “Danger symbols” on dilapidated buildings, covering of old

wells, action plan for repairing of furniture and ensuring clean and neat school premises.




HM, Teachers, Students Parents.





•         Creating awareness on Standard Operating Procedures w.r.t COVID-19

•         Display videos related to school safety especially regarding rainy season.


HM & Teachers





•         Creating awareness on installation of FAST App,

•         Demonstration on the content

•         Assigning project works to students on school safety


HM, Teachers, Students

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