Six people including two children and an elderly woman were rescued from the building.
Despite the efforts by the Fire and Safety Department, buildings in the city are yet to follow safety norms
Visiting the site of the tragedy, Rupani said the audit would find out if educational establishments in the state have proper equipment and facilities to deal with fire incidents.
The fire broke out at a coaching centre atop a four-storey building in the Sarthana area of Surat in Gujarat.
This comes after the April accident at the plant in which eight workers were injured after part of a roof of a blast furnace blew up.
Locals were seen helping in the rescue operation to save stranded students as well as other occupants of the four-storey building.
Twenty six fire tenders had be deployed to rescue the people stuck on different floors, the official said. A probe has been initiated to ascertain the cause of the fire.
Site manager Sampath Reddy, who alerted the fire services personnel about the fire mishap, said that either short circuit or extreme heat might be the reason behind the fire accident.
The state government's proposal to set up mini fire and rescue stations in the city and the setting up of a new fire station and rescue service at Ulloor remain on paper.
The massive fire at the East Fort region drew attention to the lack of fire safety norms followed by buildings in the vicinity, thereby making rescue operations difficult
A major fire broke out at a foam mattresses firm at Sriperumbudur on Wednesday morning. However, no casualties were reported.
A massive blaze gutted two shops at Pazhavangadi in the capital, leading to losses worth Rs 1 crore on Tuesday. Nine firefighters were injured while dousing the fire.
When it comes to following fire safety standards, the state paints a dismal picture.
The blaze was doused by using four fire extinguishers in the engine and two fire extinguishers in the station by the loco pilot and his assistant.
Five fire tenders were rushed to the spot to douse the flame. No casualties have been reported so far.