Govt schoolmasters take subject too seriously, make minors stage ‘Rape’

Sex education is essential for your child and what could be the best place to educate your wards than schools. But sometimes teachers go some extra mile to make your child learn and understand the subject. Talking about such an extra effort put in by two teachers of a government school in Andhra Pradesh’s Vijaywada to educate students on rape, the teachers decided to give them a demo of the same.

Govt schoolmasters take subject too seriously, make minors stage 'Rape'

Govt schoolmasters take subject too seriously, make minors stage 'Rape'

Vijaywada: Sex education is essential for your child and what could be the best place to educate your wards than schools. But sometimes teachers go some extra mile to make your child learn and understand the subject. Talking about such an extra effort put in by two teachers of a government school in Andhra Pradesh’s Vijaywada to educate students on rape, the teachers decided to give them a demo of the same.

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What is more shocking is not how the rape was demonstrated to them but the age of the learners and the volunteer who are reported to be from class third. Outraged from such insensitive behavior on the part of teachers, a group of agitated villagers thrashed the two schoolmasters.

To get the better understanding of the incident, district education officer, C V Renuka is reported to visit the school and will inspect the reality of the incident. However, the report submitted by block education officers rejects any such incident and rather suggests that a fight broke out between three students of class third, where two boys and a girl was involved.

The report also suggests that the girl got injured in that fight and there were no evidence suggesting that the girl volunteered herself to enact in the rape scene demo. Chintalpudi police also revealed that no report has been registered against the teachers yet.

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