The last thing anybody would anticipate that an educator would do is to take things from their own students home – yet for this educator from Nagpur, outcomes didn’t appear to make a difference.
Local police, on Saturday, captured a 36-year-old private educator and her companion for purportedly taking gold adornments from the place of her student.
Police have recovered the taken jewelry and a cell phone of the whole worth of Rs 1.50 lakh from their possession.
As indicated by reports, a compliant documented with Hudkeshwar police, the supposed episode happened on February 4 in the Old Subhedar area. “The educator took the ornaments from the room of her student by diverting the attention of her mom, while her companion kept a watch,” a police official said.
The team has been booked under area 380 (robbery in an abode house, and so forth.) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
In a comparable episode that occurred in 2017, a former educator at the private school in upper east Delhi’s Karawal Nagar was arrested for purportedly taking books from his own students.
As per the Indian Express, the instructor was blamed for taking Class 11th and 12th books from five students in 2017, in addition to cash and different things.
As a distinct difference over these two incidents, there are educators who make a special effort to give their students an opportunity at a superior life.
Take staff of a junior government college in Mahbubnagar, Telangana – they pooled in cash from their own hard-earned money to take care of students under the mid-day meal scheme each month.
The Akshaya Patra Foundation gives dinners at Rs 25 for every plate to around 750 understudies of the school. Some portion of the charge – Rs 10 – is dealt with by the school staff while the Mahbubnagar municipality pays the rest of the Rs 15.