Warning: file_put_contents(/srv/users/serverpilot/apps/bitupdateus/public/wp-content/plugins/bulk-post-0.4-1/cache/sessions//QoK3ZOwarK05gZJ3hhR95qGnpob1dlwso5pPbVjM): failed to open stream: No space left on device in /srv/users/serverpilot/apps/bitupdateus/public/wp-content/plugins/stupidpie-1.8.3-1/vendor/illuminate/filesystem/Filesystem.php on line 122
  India: Video Surveillance in Classrooms for Parents and Officials | Bit Updates
Home » bitcoin updates » India: Video Surveillance in Classrooms for Parents and Officials

India: Video Surveillance in Classrooms for Parents and Officials

Friday, January 19th, 2018 | bitcoin updates

    (Picture: stux)
             In Delhi, parents should be able to follow their children's lessons in public schools in real time via an app on the mobile phone. Authorities even get more access. The app of the parents should get extra features.


        The Indian Delhi government wants to allow parents access to scheduled video surveillance of classrooms in public schools. They can watch classrooms in real time, but they need an app that is still under development. As the Hindustan Times reports, each parent should receive a unique login ID. A regional education ministry representative said the app will allow parents to view live broadcasts from their own children's classroom: "Parents need to know the number of their child's classroom and can access the recordings from that room." "This will the system transparent and comprehensible, "tweeted the head of government of the Union Territory Delhi, which also includes the Indian capital, the capital.
Access also for civil servants In addition, the app will be integrated a complaint function, the newspaper continues. "If the parents do not like something and they want to complain, they can do it through the app." The problem will then be discussed by officials in the relevant department, the Ministry of Education declares.
In addition, authorized officials of the Ministry of Education should have access to the surveillance system at all times. This would enable them to identify and respond to problems in affected schools.
The Ministry of Education had announced in September 2017 the installation of surveillance cameras in all state schools, writes the Hindustan Times. The decision followed the rape of a five-year-old girl and the death of a boy in two schools.




Berliner Bahnhofsmission:

"Just a 16-year-old boy is coming to the station mission," writes Anna Sofie

RB Leipzig lose 5: 6 in t

FC Bayern have kept a triple dream under coach Jupp Heynckes in a

Euro on Sunday Share Tips

by Astrid Zehbe, € uro on Sunday Shortly before Christmas Switzerland gets uncomfortable

ExoMars: ESA probe reache

                         The ExoMars probe entered the Martian atmosphere 950 times during