counseling instead of suspension the advice of
According to the Deccan Herald’s report – considering this whole matter, the schools decided that the problem cannot be solved by the suspension of the students. Regarding which the schools held a joint meeting with the parents. According to the principal of a school in Nagarbhavi, ‘When we saw such a change in the behavior of the children, the parents and all of us were equally surprised. On finding such a situation among the students, the schools thought of handling it. For which the schools issued notices to the parents. But this notice was quite different from what it used to be. It recommended counseling instead of suspending the students. The principal said, “Though there are counseling sessions in our schools. We told the parents of the students to take help from outside for the children as well and can take leave up to 10 days.
Condoms and contraceptives in students’ bags
In another case, it was found that a condom was found in the bag of a Class 10 student. When she was questioned about this, the student’s answer was that the people of the place where she goes to study tuition are guilty for this. KAMS General Secretary D Shashi Kumar said that checking was done in about 80 schools. He said, ‘The contraceptive i-pill was in the bag of a student. Also there was liquor in the water bottles. Kumar said that ‘we are struggling to overcome this problem related to the students’. In many cases, it was also seen that many students are also using foul language and threatening to harass teachers and classmates.
During a conversation with Deccan Herald, Dr A Jagdish, consultant psychiatrist at Abhay Hospital, said that ’emphasis on parental care’. In one case, a mother found a condom in her 14-year-old son’s shoe rack. According to the doctor, some children like to experiment and indulge in such activities. This especially includes smoking, drug addiction, and excessive socializing with the opposite sex, such as physical contact. He said, ‘My advice is that parents guide the children.’