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School atmosphere become tense in a private school at Kullu over to show adult movie to the students of 7thclass.

punjab Updated: Nov 19, 2014 21:28 IST

School atmosphere become tense in private co-educational school at Kullu, where few days back an adult movie was shown to the students of 7th class and they felt uncomfortable during that period, which irks the parents.

On Wednesday school authority convened a meeting with parents, where parents strongly condemned the act of school teacher on the name of moral education.

Parents asked the school authority to take stern action against erring teacher and assure them such misdeeds will never happen with students in school premises.

School atmosphere become tense, when an employee of school manhandled the students of 7th class and angry mob of parents also manhandled the employee.

Students of 7th class were confined in the school premises around 5pm till the end of meeting with school authority, where around five police personals were deployed to bar other people to enter in the school premises except parents.

According to sources students complained that which documentary was shown to their parents was not real one, which raised the suspicion on school authority, who was backing its employee.

Vishal, Des Raj Avasthi and other parents rue that according to children the 12 minutes documentary scenes were nude and obscene, which may put deep mental impact on children in such tender age.

Condition of anonymity number of parents rue that it was not only the matter of 7th class students and school authority has convened meeting with their parents, while it is the matter of all school students from 1st to 10th class and school authority should convene meeting with all school parents to know their view about this matter.

Talking with HT Staff teacher Methew said, it was a judgment of error that the concern teacher shown the documentary to 7th class between age group 10-12, while during moral science education it was presented before 10 or 12th standard class to aware the students about harm of western culture and he denied the allegations and said that documentary was based on educational standard.

"Now it has been decided in meeting that in near future such documentary would not be shown in such tender age group students in the class and authority also initiate inquiry against the erring teacher and if any misdeed will be found in nature of teaching, the school authority will take stern action against its staff" he added.

Deputy Superintendent of police Kullu Sanjay Sharma said, further no written complaint has been registered against the school authority but we are taking a close vigil over the whole episode.