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After Centre Point group of schools cracked down underage student drivers, another one has decided to follow. Royal Gondwana Public School has contacted every parent to submit a photocopy of the driving license of their kid. A parent whose child studies in Std XI said, "I received a text message from the school asking for a copy of the license. Though my son does not drive to school, I believe that it is a very good step." The school's director Deaven Dasture said, "I want to ensure the safety of kids studying in this school and since many of them use their own vehicles for transportation we want to know whether they are legally permitted to do so or not.
I have directed teachers to procure photocopies of driving licenses so we can ascertain whether or not students are driving legally." TOI had reported earlier how Centre Point Group of Schools (CPS) decided to crack down on underage drivers. In the last academic session, the school had issued a warning letter to parents saying they will suspend students if they are found driving without a valid license. The school suspended eight students in the current session for this violation. The suspensions are for a week and the school hopes that the message will go through to both students and parents.
Courtesy: Times of India
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