- Is it the teacher/s who slipped in their responsibility?
- Is it the DAV School authorities who seem to have misled the parents?
- Is it the Chennai City which is delinquent in putting proper safety measures around the unused shallow pond?
Thursday, October 19, 2006
Who is responsible?
Who is responsible for the untimely and tragic death of Nandini,a 4 year old girl for whom it was just another playful day at school?
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Shocking!Really shocking..The blame game will continue for a while and then totally die down!ReplyDelete
The City needs to sued the heck out. surprised the parents blame DAV.ReplyDelete
The truth will never come out. Its sad that a child's life was lost in someone's carelessness.ReplyDelete
BTW have blogrolled U.
Very sad and shocking. I think the school authorities should take the responsibility here..ReplyDelete
Felt very sad to read this.ReplyDelete
Hmm..what can I say about 'Accountability'..!
Shame on the authorities.
Heights of sadness. Until there is accountability, these kinds of negligence and avoidable accidents are prone to happen...ReplyDelete
- Laks Sankaran.
Children are precious.ReplyDelete
It is the responsibility of the 'parents' to protect their 'precious'
In this case the 'blame' is for everyone to share in the order of
the trusted guardians 'school administrator(s)' first, the
caretakers 'hospital staff' to save a life, the 'rulers' (aka govt.).
In the end the blame lies on all Indians who pay attention only
after a catastrophe incident and that too for few moments and move on.
Blame is not a alternate for responsibility.
Okay even after reading that news item I have no idea what happened. All I know now is that 4yr old Nandini of DAV died. Based on what you have written and some pieces in the news article I assume that she drowned in some pond.ReplyDelete
But this shoddy all round including reporting.
I strongly believe the school is totally accountable for this tragic death. May be due to the fact that the school is a high profile school, they can try and put the blame back on the parents. In any case, whoever was supposed to take care of the child was careless & that is the only reason this has happened. Knowing the behaviour of children, the school / who ever was supervising the children, should have paid more attention. Hence the school / staff who behaved irresponsibly should pay the price.ReplyDelete
Yes.. we have already moved on to the next disaster..
Sue the city... ? Nothing will come out of it..School is responsible.. but School will go scott free as well..
yes, I also believe it is the school authorities.. but knowing the local conditions.. there will be no consequences for them..
Narayanan / Laks
yes.. parents are responsible but who took them to the park? it was the school.. and the park was in bad condition..
Sorry if the post wasn't clear.. it was about a young girl going to a park and getting drowned while under school custody..
Yes.. I agree
I hear that the school and teachers have been absolved and some poor Ayah who went along on the trip is the only one being held accountable by the authorities...ReplyDelete
Hmm.. sad to hear that.. system would find some scapegoat who has very little resource to defend themselves.. The responsibility to lies from the teacher to school to the city..