Teachers’ role

This refers to the article "Blaming teachers only" by Fida Hussain Shaikh. The entire teaching community is not dedicated towards their profession. There are very few teachers who really take their job seriously. Although government schools lack basic infrastructure, but majority of teachers in schools, that has the infrastructure and teaching staff, lack dedication towards the teaching profession. There are few checks and balances operational in the government sector which is the result of the menace of corruption in government offices. Everything is not in favour of a teacher in government sector as he is being harassed not only by the officers but even by the clerks, peons who have become the self-styled officers in these educational offices. Need of the hour is to take comprehensive  steps to eradicate corruption from the sacred education sector so that the checks and balances would become effective and at the same  time provide suitable and conducive environment to a teacher which is necessary for his personal and professional development. A teacher should not be involved in non-academic activities. Let him perform his job of teaching only.


Lastupdate on : Mon, 29 Oct 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 29 Oct 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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