Five UP School Teachers Suspended After Classroom Dance Video Streamed Online – The New Indian Express
AGRA: Five teachers at a public primary school in Agra district were suspended for “unethical behavior” after a video showing them allegedly dancing to movie songs in a classroom was released surfaced online, an official said on Sunday.
The teachers, employed in the Department of Basic Education, were suspended on Saturday.
Video of teachers dancing in the classroom, which had no students, surfaced online Thursday.
Following this, the Department of Basic Education, Agra, set up a survey.
“The five assistant teachers and the head of Sadhan Primary School in Achhnera Block were invited to submit their clarifications. Four teachers responded, but one did not,” the head of Basic told PTI. Shiksha Adhikari, Brajraj Singh.
He said the five teachers were suspended after their clarifications were deemed insufficient.
Singh said that according to Dinesh Chandra Parihar, the principal of the school, the video was shot on March 17 and that he was not present that day because he had gone to attend an educational workshop at the Block Resource Center. .
âThe details provided by the four teachers were not satisfactory.
They were suspended for damaging the image of the Department of Basic Education. Their behavior was unethical. They shouldn’t have acted like this during school time in class, âSingh added.