'She Has Passed Away': Teacher's Perplexing Report Card Remark Criticised On Twitter
Report cards are an essential part of the education system, which provide parents access to their children's performance in detail. Apart from the grades, teacher remarks give an overall student evaluation. However, an error by a teacher has left the users on social media shocked.
'She has passed away'
A screenshot of a perplexing remark by a teacher has gained traction on the internet as she has written "she has passed away" on the result of a term three paper from 2019. The student, whose identity has not been revealed in the post, scored good marks in most subjects, thereby clinching a seventh position in the class rankings.
Oh, lord— Anant Bhan (@AnantBhan) March 27, 2023
Via FB pic.twitter.com/PApNboMp3X
Anant Bhan, a Twitter user, posted the image on the microblogging site, which has so far garnered around 3,500 views. He mentioned that he had picked up the photo from Facebook but didn't specify the country from where it originated. But, the presence of Chichewa, the official language of Malawi, as a subject on the report card points towards the African region's location.
Other subjects mentioned are Mathematics, English, Agriculture, BK/RE, Social, Life Skills, and Arts.
Backlash on social media
The teacher's remark was intensely criticised on the social media site.
"This seems far worse than "passed out", that other usage for having graduated," said one user.
"May SHE who has passed away be blessed by almighty in her very being here & now with a long healthy happy & prosperous life," said another.
Others expressed frustration or embarrassment by posting face-palm emoji.
Similar error from 2019
In 2019, a similar gaffe was reported from Madhya Pradesh.
A 45-minute model test paper, which was meant to prepare weak students before they appear for the final exams, had a glaring error.
In reply to a question on what were the qualities of "subuddhi" (righteous man) and "kubuddhi" (immoral man), the answer read "kubuddhi was a wicked man and led a life of drinking and gandhiji" instead of "drinking and gambling".
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