Krishna Kapadi Founder and Secondary level Coordinator


When an individual as a student, at her/his early childhood, enter the school gate as far as the class room desk, the environment for her/him is entirely new. To adjust in this new environment, she/he is to be supported to make relationship with the peer groups and personal around, especially the class mates who are the juniors, seniors as well as the faculties. At this stage, human mind is completely innocent, immature and dependent so, the child needs support of his faculties, in particular, to establish relationship among all. At this period, the important duty of a teacher is to make a friendly relationship with her students so that the students can freely speak with their teachers to get the solution of any problem.

Agreeably, students respect their teachers duly in future if they have had pleasant experience in communication as well as problem solving at their early learning stage due to teacher’s amiable behavior at school and this in turn, helps them benefit at present times too, as they find it easier to pay attention in their class and grasp the lesson more comfortably if their teachers apply child friendly techniques as the alternative of deductive teaching. Hence, it is quite easily under stable that if the teachers do not know how to deal with these tiny toddlers and delicate minds and as a result if the faculty and student relation is not very good then going to school and attending the class reduces to becoming a stale and also it sometimes gives students an experience as of terrible nightmare.

Along with the establishment of good relationship with the students, teacher’s another most important duty is to explore their inner beauty (i.e. the individual capacity of students). This means, it is in the hand of a teacher to identify the individual capacity of student, i.e. whether she/he is good in numbers, theories language, experimenting subjects, sports, arts or so on and accordingly should make an attempt to sharpen the same skill instead of overstressing on the impossible areas of child’s intelligence. This should however, be done after due communication with the child’s parents. Besides, a good teacher should always try to mark out students’ weakness indirectly and extend a facilitating hand to allow them to overcome those weaknesses. This tends to make students’ intelligence sharper.

Similarly, the most important duty of students is to respect their teachers in all the situations, irrespective of where they are; in or outside the school periphery. This means, they must behave well in disciplined manner in order to achieve the best from their teachers.

As we know, students’ individual discipline shows their bright future, we teachers must always remain alert and guide them to help them be in discipline accordingly. If we are able to maintain self and students’ discipline and keep the environment child friendly inside the school, we can definitely make our school as the second home for our students.

Krishna  Kapadi
Founder and Secondary level Coordinator