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    What step should be taken against a teacher for doing politics ?

    I am the principal of a college in West Bengal. Recently it has come to my notice that one of the teacher is supporting a political party and is also bring politics in his profession. He is doing politics with the students by supporting the students who support his party and doing injustice to others. What action can be taken against him?

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    Re: What step should be taken against a teacher for doing politics ?

    Hi friend

    Such politics should not be allowed in school and the teacher who is supporting such agendas should definitely be punished and taught a lesson that he will never forget. To support a political party is a different but to bring the politics into your profession and to even involve the students in it is altogether different and a very wrong thing to do. Such teachers think about their own selfish benefits only and don't care about the student's future at all. They definitely deserve some severe kind of punishment.

    As a principal it is your responsibility to teach such teachers a good lesson and to punish them for their wrongdoings. You should call the teacher to your office and talk to him . Tell him that you have found out from some reliable sources that he is involved in politics and is supporting a certain political party. Now that is certainly not a wrong thing to do. But the wrong that he is doing is to bring such politics into his profession and thus to be biased towards the students who are supporting his political party. In this way he is doing injustice with the rest of the students and such injustice will not be tolerated. He should realise his responsibilities as a teacher and that his duty is to think about the welfare of his students rather than creating trouble for them. You will certainly not allow him to practice such politics and thus spoil the future of the students.

    Tell him that in this way he is alienating himself from the rest of the students and also misusing his powers of being a teacher. He is also dividing the students into variouis groups and thus setting a bad example for them. He will immediately have to stop such practices otherwise he will immediately be terminated from his services. You want the students of your college to be treated equally and to learn the right moral values in order to be good citizens. This is his last warning.

    I am sure your teacher will be afraid of losing his job and thus will stop such practices. Good luck and Thanks

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    Re: What step should be taken against a teacher for doing politics ?

    Hello Sir,

    As a principle of your college you have every right to ask the particular teacher to check his behaviour that what he is doing.He can be a supporter of the ruling party or the party in opposition,but he has no right to do any sort of injustice with any any student.All student should be treated equally,and he should practise it at any cost.You can take the view of other professors also,to know what they think about it.But you cannot allow any disturbance to be created within the college premises due to politics or political union.In extreme case you can bring this isssue to the notice of Education Minister Mr.Bratya Basu.

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    Re: What step should be taken against a teacher for doing politics ?

    Such politics mustn't be allowed in class and also the teacher WHO is supporting such agendas ought to positively be penalized and educated a lesson that he can always remember. To support a party may be a totally however to bring the politics into your profession and to even involve the scholars in it's altogether different and a awfully wrong factor to try and do. Such lecturers concerning their own self-seeking advantages solely and do not care about the student's future in the least. They positively be some severe quite penalization.

    As a principal it's your responsibility to show such lecturers a decent lesson and to penalise them for his or her wrongdoings. you ought to decision the teacher to your workplace and see him . Tell him that you simply have pointed out from some reliable sources that he's concerned in politics and is supporting a particular party.


    Currently that's never a wrong factor to try and do. however the incorrect that he's doing is to bring such politics into his profession and therefore to be biased towards the scholars WHO area unit supporting his party. during this means he's doing injustice with the remainder of the scholars and such injustice won't be tolerated.

    He ought to realise his responsibilities as an instructor which his duty is to consider the welfare of his students instead of making bother for them. you may never enable him to follow such politics and therefore spoil the longer term of the scholars.

    As a principle of your school you have got each right to raise the actual teacher to visualize his behaviour that what he's doing.He are often a supporter of the ruling party or the party con,but he has no right to try and do any type of injustice with any any student.All student ought to be treated equally,and he ought to follow it at any price.You can take the read of different professors conjointly,to know what they consider it

    Tell him that during this means he's antagonistic himself from the remainder of the scholars and conjointly misusing his powers of being an instructor. he's conjointly dividing the scholars into numerous teams and therefore setting a nasty example for them. He can straight off need to stop such practices otherwise he can straight off be terminated from his services. you would like the scholars of your school to be treated equally and to be told the correct ethical values so as to be sensible voters. this is often his last warning.

    Im positive your teacher are going to be petrified of losing his job and therefore can stop such practices.

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