Viral Video! UP English Teacher Couldn't Read Textbook During Surprise Inspection, Suspended
In India, teachers are treated as Gods as they prepare kids for a better future. However, the plight of government schools came to light when the District Magistrate Devendra Kumar Pandey in Unnao, Uttar Pradesh went for a surprise inspection. He asked the English teacher to read a few lines from class 8th textbook. When she wasn't able to read it, Devendra ordered to suspend her immediately.
The District Magistrate asked teachers how will they teach students if they can't read English.
Have a look at the video:
Basic Shiksha Adhikari (BSA) Pradeep Kumar Pandey told media, "An inspection was done by District Magistrate Devendra Kumar Pandey, and I was also part of the inspection. In Classes 6 and 8, when the lessons were asked to be read in Hindi, most students were able to do that. But when the students were made to read in English, then most of them failed. Even some teachers failed to do so."
The video soon went viral on the internet people were disappointed.
Who is to be blamed here? Certainly not the teacher, who appointed her? Who trained her? Who passed her through teacher training courses? How old is our teacher training process?
— Rahul Jain (@Rahuljain094) 30 November 2019
What is wrong, The police is failed to maintain the law and order, teachers are failed to read the book.
— A Rai (@raiashuk) 30 November 2019
That's why our education system is so poor and private schools are changing high fees.
Because of these kind of teachers there is unemployment in country.
— Sudeep Sagar Uppal ?? (@ssagaruppal) 30 November 2019
Education is the basic right of every kid and along with it, students deserve to learn from qualified teachers. The condition of education has improved in India but looking at the video, we think there is a long way to go.
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