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Is it not the responsibility of teachers to answer student questions?

exvirgin

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The best teachers give their students the skills to ask questions. They also take the responsibility to answer student questions. Any teacher who neither gives the skills to ask questions nor gives any answer to student questions does not deserve any respect from the students. It is pathetic to note that many of those who are paid to roam with the label ‘teacher’ insult students whenever a question is raised. The world universities might have honored them with several degrees and diplomas without any proper scrutiny. A teacher may not have all the knowledge to answer to all the questions of students. But, it is the responsibility of the teachers to answer the questions which are within the premises of their teachings. The following is a set of questions which every teacher refuses to answer, though they are well within the premises of their teachings.

1. Where does divisibility exist?
2. When does divisibility exist?
3. How does divisibility exist?
4. Why does divisibility exist?

5. Where does comparability exist?
6. When does comparability exist?
7. How does comparability exist?
8. Why does comparability exist?

9. Where does connectivity exist?
10. When does connectivity exist?
11. How does connectivity exist?
12. Why does connectivity exist?

13. Where does sensitivity exist?
14. When does sensitivity exist?
15. How does sensitivity exist?
16. Why does sensitivity exist?

17. Where does transformability exist?
18. When does transformability exist?
19. How does transformability exist?
20. Why does transformability exist?

21. Where does substitutability exist?
22. When does substitutability exist?
23. How does substitutability exist?
24. Why does substitutability exist?

25. Where does satisfiablity exist?
26. When does satisfiablity exist?
27. How does satisfiablity exist?
28. Why does satisfiablity exist?

29. What will one do if no thing has divisibility, comparability, connectivity, sensitivity, transformability, substitutability, and satisfiability?
30. What would be your knowledge if no thing has divisibility, comparability, connectivity, sensitivity, transformability, substitutability, and satisfiability?

It is important to note that religion does not speak about divisibility. It is the science and mathematics which talks about divisibility, comparability, connectivity, sensitivity, transformability, substitutability, and satisfiability. But, both science and mathematics refuse to answer these questions which are within their own premises! Hope the teachers who claim the authority to teach us understand the se questions and come up with reasonable answers. Let them loose the authority to teach us and let them have no pay, if they cannot come up with any meaningful answers! Why should the society pay for the fools who do not understand the student questions? The future generations will answer these questions even if these questions fall on deaf ears now!

Now, our beloved teachers and scientists might say and prove that they never talked about: divisibility, comparability, connectivity, sensitivity, transformability, substitutability, and satisfiability.

Watch them out!
 

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