15 greatest teachers in the world; Do you know how many Pakistanis are on the list

04:05 PM | 14 Oct, 2016
15 greatest teachers in the world; Do you know how many Pakistanis are on the list
LAHORE - As we all know teachers played a vital role in the society and their hard work and commitment ensured quality education for the youth. We all have favorite teachers who are role models for us and we remember them for the whole life due to his/her passion for job, kindness and love.

The Bright Side, a world famed website, compiled a list of fifteen world best teachers, interestingly, one is from Pakistan.

This article is dedicated to those teachers — people who know how to communicate with children and make the learning process engaging and fun. 1

A student came to the lecture with her child because she didn’t have any money to hire a babysitter. When the child began to cry, the professor took the him from his mom, calmed him, and continued the lecture.


The only thing you have to do is listen carefully.


Dr Farrukh Khan, an associate professor at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) where he teaches English Literature, sitting in front of a note projected across the wall.

The note humorously highlights that teachers can tell when students use their phones to text in classes. “Dear students, I know when you’re texting in class. Seriously, no one just looks down at their crotch and smiles,” the note reads.

The image has been trending on Imgur and Reddit and has received around 1.39 million views.


History teacher. What else?


A teacher’s clock during an exam.


A true professional will always find the way to draw a triangle.


The teacher neither woke up the sleeping student nor criticized him, but he kept the class’ spirits high.


An astronomy teacher’s room.


A math teacher celebrates Pi Day.


A physics teacher conducts an experiment.


A teacher lets students express their creativity on her dress on the last day of school.


This teacher found an abandoned stray kitten near the school. The lecture was interesting.


A physics teacher explains the properties of liquids.


My teacher said if everyone in our class got excellent grades on our test, he would dress up as Scooby Doo and bring non-alcoholic champagne for us. We all tried very hard, and our teacher kept his word.

The article originally appeared on brightside.me