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The Tribune July 22, 2001

Date: 22-Jun-2017

Private tuitions by government teachers: necessary or evil?

Apropos of the write-up on tuitions in The Tribune dated July 8, Mr Dahiya has presented a factual picture about tuitions. We cannot agree more with him. A good teacher is much sought after. Much effort goes into preparation of the topic. And if someone is putting in an extra effort to earn extra money, it is no sin. Certainly, it cannot be dubbed corruption. The only point of concern is when it is claimed that during exams, particularly practicals, teachers favour students who take tuitions from them. Personally, I don’t think any good teacher can be partial to students. However, the government must ensure that all teachers should regularly take lectures in colleges and that no lapse of responsibility should be there. To shell out money to get the work done from persons who are supposed to it otherwise too, is corruption.

Dr G S Battu, Patiala

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