Teachers are revered as gods in India, to be considered only next to one’s parents. In ancient India, the teacher or Guru had the complete authority in his field, his word was final. But times have changed and students are encouraged to question every teaching before accepting it.
Rather than going extreme with any of these ways, we believe in a middle path. Teachers should be treated with complete respect by the students for his knowledge and the students should be free to discuss any part of his studies creatively with the teacher. This will lead to a harmony in the classroom. An effective partnership between the teacher and the student ensures easy flow of knowledge & ideas between them.
We hope our competent and sincere faculty is able to create such a harmonious environment at the Centre with your whole-hearted cooperation.