Teachers of educational institutions cannot run coaching business: HC
Teachers of the country’s government and private educational institutions cannot run coaching business. According to the policy formulated in 2012 to stop coaching business the High Court delivered the order.
The High Court bench comprising Justice Sheikh Hasan Arif and Justice Rajik Al Jalil said these to Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) lawyer Md. Khurshid Alam Khan on Monday as he was present in the court.
Later Khurshid Alam told the newsmen, I was present in the court in connection with another case. At that time the court informed me that the judges watched two talk shows of mine broadcasted on television.
About the definition of coaching the judges cleared their speech and said to me that those who are associated with coaching as free lancers- out of the educational institutions can maintain their activities. But those who are associated with certain educational institutions in that case the policy formulated in 2012 to stop coaching business will be applicable for them.
Following the delivered speech of the court, according to the policy of 2012 to stop coaching business, the teachers associated with different educational institutions cannot run coaching business at any cost.
The High Court on February 7 declared the government policy formulated in 2012 to stop coaching business as valid. After hearing of five writ petitions in this regard the High Court bench of Justice Sheikh Hasan Arif and Justice Rajik Al Jalil passed the order.
The court also appointed former two attorney generals- Hasan Arif and Fida M Kamal as Amicus Curiae to solve the rule.