Monday, July 7, 2008
In colleges, I've experienced and heard about teachers revenging students for some silly reasons. Like reducing internal marks, threating to fail them and other things that they can do. Actually, by reducing a few marks, the teacher loses nothing. it's the student who suffers. I know people who can't get a job or apply for a test 'coz they are a bit short of the percent needed like .1% or .2%. Teachers can punish students, but most of the teachers won't let go a simple thing and as long as the student is in the college he/she has to endure it. Once a punishment is given, the whole issue should end with that, right? but that normally won't happen and because of some thing that's done in the first semester the student should hear and endure even in the 6th semester. Is it right? Actually, how many teachers, now a days, want to see their students doing well?