Tiruvannamalai: Teachers of Sri VDS Jain Higher Secondary School, a government aided school, in Tiruvannamalai were shocked to know that their former colleague, N Mahadevan (53), who was dismissed from the school for misbehaving with girl students, has been awarded with the State Government s Dr Radhakrishnan Award for best teacher. He received the award from Education Minister N.R. Sivapathy at a programme held in Chennai on September 5.
N Mahadevan, presently Director and Principal of Sishya Matriculation Higher Secondary School in Tiruvannamalai, was dismissed from service from Sri VDS Higher Secondary School in Tiruvannamalai town after the charges against him was proven. The dismissal ordered had been issued on November 16, 2006 stating that he had been removed from the service since he was placed under suspension on January 4, 2006.
Mahadevan approached the Court against the suspension order. However, the court dismissed the case and directed to face the enquiry of the school management, said the sources. After he was sacked from the service, he joined in a private school as principal. It is really shocking to hear that he was honoured with Dr Radhakrishnan Award. It is like mocking the award. Moreover, a teacher who had been suspended cannot be considered for the best teacher award, said another teacher of the school.
Denying the allegations, Mr Mahadevan said, The school management treated the teachers like slaves. I opposed their attitude. So, they built a false case against me to get rid of me
11:50 AM, Sep 22, 2012
Chandigarh: A disco-loving Chandigarh police officer who got embroiled in a row after misbehaving with two young women at a discotheque here has been suspended from his post, police said Thursday. Jaswinder Singh, an inspector with the security wing of Chandigarh Police, has been withdrawn from present duties and posted at the Police Lines. The inspector had created a ruckus at Score discotheque in Sector 8 here Saturday night. Allegedly...
04:47 PM, Sep 22, 2011
London: Getting drunk doesn't make a person behave badly, it just stops him or her from caring about the embarrassment, says a new study. Researchers at the University of Missouri have carried out the study and shown that drunk people are still aware they are making a mistake, but the alcohol reduces brain signals telling us to worry, the 'Daily Mail' reported. Prof Bruce Bartholow, who led the study, said:...
04:01 PM, Sep 04, 2011