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GUWAHATI, April 7 � The Special Committee formed by the Kamrup Metro district administration for inspection of schools in the city today visited two educational institutions.

The team, led by Additional DC Rajib Prakash Barua, conducted inspections at St Mary�s School at Guwahati Club and Don Bosco School at Panbazar, said an official statement.

During the inspection, the team found some lacunae in the Maruti vans used by both the schools for ferrying students. The schools have been issued show cause notices in this regard and asked to submit their replies within 10 days.

The team also inspected other aspects of both the schools including government registration documents, disaster management preparedness, condition of classrooms, educational qualification of teachers and salary structure of staff.

The team was formed last week to ensure compliance of all schools in the city with Supreme Court guidelines and RTE provisions.

Meanwhile, the District Transport department today seized a school bus of the Indian Oil Corporation Kendriya Vidyalaya, the statement said.

The seizure was made after it was found that the bus is not fit to carry students.

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Special panel inspects schools

GUWAHATI, April 7 � The Special Committee formed by the Kamrup Metro district administration for inspection of schools in the city today visited two educational institutions.

The team, led by Additional DC Rajib Prakash Barua, conducted inspections at St Mary�s School at Guwahati Club and Don Bosco School at Panbazar, said an official statement.

During the inspection, the team found some lacunae in the Maruti vans used by both the schools for ferrying students. The schools have been issued show cause notices in this regard and asked to submit their replies within 10 days.

The team also inspected other aspects of both the schools including government registration documents, disaster management preparedness, condition of classrooms, educational qualification of teachers and salary structure of staff.

The team was formed last week to ensure compliance of all schools in the city with Supreme Court guidelines and RTE provisions.

Meanwhile, the District Transport department today seized a school bus of the Indian Oil Corporation Kendriya Vidyalaya, the statement said.

The seizure was made after it was found that the bus is not fit to carry students.