The Right to Education bill being drafted by the Human Resource Development ministry of Arjun Singh proposes a ban on school teachers from giving lessons outside the classroom. The move comes against the backdrop of growing complaints that teachers are neglecting classes, for which they are paid, and concentrating on private tuitions, through which they can earn several times more.The draft of the bill sent to the states for their consideration says: No teacher shall engage in any teaching activity for economic gains other than that (teaching activity) assigned by the supervisor or the employer. The ban applies to teachers in both government and private schools.First , need for private tutions comes when
->teachers do not play their part well ,when they teach a particular subject in class room
->and when student doesn't listen to what taught in the class properly..
If both of this is prevented then there is no need for ban.......
IF they are not avoided,then there should be ban o