Torturing students in classrooms

Dhaka,  Mon,  25 September 2017
Published : 14 Aug 2017, 18:09:32
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Torturing students in classrooms

STUDENTS are considered the future of a nation and the main objective of every teacher is to impart lessons to them in classrooms properly. If a student is tortured in classroom by teacher, a lot of bad impression about the teacher may grow in the student's mind. Ultimately the student may leave the school and get involved in anti-social activities. 

In recent times, we observed students being tortured in classrooms. While no teacher has the right to torture a student physically, his/her job is to understand the psychology of their pupils and handle them accordingly. If we look at the teaching pattern of teachers in developed countries, we will see that there are very few dropouts. In our country, students go to schools with utmost interest and eagerness. If teachers torture them, how will they learn their lessons properly? 

A student is not likely to understand every lesson taught by a teacher in one attempt. He/she may have to be explained twice or thrice. But it is not fair to torture these students to make them understand. We do not expect this from our teachers who are looked upon as architects of the nation. 

I hope the teachers will understand their responsibility. 

Sumon Kumar Paul.

Graduate in Doctor of 

Veterinary Medicine.

Patuakhali Science & 

Technology University.

Sumonp995@gmail.com 

 
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