Top World Schools in Gurgaon: Code of Ethics for School Teachers

Top school in gurgaon India’s present academic arena has raised the need for a code of ethics for  schools teachers in education institutes all around the country. Particularly  in urban or metro cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, NCR, Gurgaon, etc; there is  an ardent need to determine code of ethics for every teacher irrespective of  the subject they teach or if they teach as the top school in Gurgaon. The  need for code of ethics has paved way for a number of questions in turn.  However, but with a profession like teaching which concerns everyone,  considering each family has a school going child in their home, the discussion of teacher’s work ethic becomes crucial.

According to the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE), there is a professional code of ethics, which was recently drafted for teachers teaching at all, types of schools, be it a public. Private or top world schools in Gurgaon, NCR, Delhi and other places in India. These code of ethics apply to all teachers at primary, secondary and senior secondary level in government and private schools or day boarding schools in Gurgaon.

The code of ethics provide framework of principles that would guide teachers in discharging their responsibilities as a teacher not only towards students but parents and other stakeholders. The main issue a teacher needs to overcome is to manage a diverse backgrounds and attitudes in a classroom. An important guideline has also been created in the present circumstances pertains to respecting the child’s rights. Orthodox teachers many times tend to constrict children from expressing their feelings. However, modern teacher understand that any derogatory remark will directly affect the child’s self-esteem and even hamper their learning progress.

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