Student safety: Delhi govt to install 1.46L CCTV cameras in schools
| Wednesday | 16th May, 2018
Out of the total cost (Rs 597.51 crore) of project, Rs 384.85 crore is for its execution while Rs 57.69 crore will be set aside for maintenance for five years.
The Delhi government's Expenditure Finance Committee (EFC) has approved the installation of around 1.46 lakh CCTV cameras in state-run schools, a move aimed at ensuring the safety of students.
"High speed Internet connection of appropriate band width will also be provided to school through Internet service provider," the minister told reporters here.
Also, Rs 154.97 crore is for Internet connection charges for lease line for five years, Jain also said.
He added that the EFC has also given its nod to the construction of cluster bus depots at Sector 37 Rohini at a cost of Rs 43.76 crore.
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