Teacher beats student with iron rod for not doing homework in Bengaluru

Bengaluru, Dec 8 (IANS): An incident of a female teacher in a private school assaulting a student with an iron rod for not doing homework has come to light on Friday in Bengaluru.

The student studying in seventh standard has been admitted to a private hospital. As a result of the assault, the student suffered severe bleeding and got six stitches on his hand.

The incident took place on December 5 and the school management tried to hush up the matter.

Shahikala, Block Education officer (BEO) has told the media that she had received a complaint of assault by a teacher on a student of the Lords School in Bengaluru.

The officers of the school education department have been sent to inquire about the matter and also issue a notice to the school. “We will get a complete report and inquire about the teacher after issuing a notice to her,” she stated.

Sources said that as media started questioning the school management on the issue, the management had agreed to bear the medical expenses of the student and convinced the parents not to lodge a police complaint against the school and the teacher.

More details are awaited.








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  • Prakash, Manipal

    Sat, Dec 09 2023

    There must be mandatory counselling for teachers about standard operating practices which must include no physical touch to any student... Even parents don't have a right to beat their wards...

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  • Sma, Bengaluru

    Sat, Dec 09 2023

    If the teacher is dismissed from the service with conduct certificate....then the parents can restrain from police complaint..... SHAME on the school for offering medical treatment...if the parents do not lodge the police complaint

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Sat, Dec 09 2023

    Appears the teacher was abandoned by her Family ...

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sat, Dec 09 2023

    implement sharia and see that the teacher receives the same treatment....mamla katham...aur zindagi mein koyi teacher chuyega nahin..students ko

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  • Gautam Das, Bangalore

    Fri, Dec 08 2023

    Instilling fear, threats, atrocities, torture, hatred and abuse are devil's acts. Love, peace, freedom, sacrifice are godly act.

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  • Elwyn Goveas, Mangalore

    Fri, Dec 08 2023

    My heart goes to the boy. I wish no child ever sees such brutal teacher.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Fri, Dec 08 2023

    Was the student from the Minority ???

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  • Kumar, Mangalore . Surathkal

    Fri, Dec 08 2023

    Yes may be that's why no name mentioned here

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Dec 09 2023

    Jossey S.Mumbai,do you mean minority students are free wild to beat ?Good question.This matter shouldnt be closed here.Action should be taken on that teacher and suspended or thrown out.Or takeout the student from that school.Police complain should be given.They never heard of not allowed to beat or Punish children by beating ?Shame on him /Her she doesnt have children ?

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  • Sumit, Dubai

    Sat, Dec 09 2023

    Minority student or majority student Such acts by a teacher is unpardonable. They have no rights to hit kids. They are there to teach subjects not punish them. Requesting the government to ban beating kids at school

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