- A professor from Western Institute of Technology has gone viral after he scolded one of his students during an online class
- The student has been absent for five days and so he decided to ask his other students where this particular student was
- It was at that precise moment that the absentee got to join the class and said that he was present
- When the professor asked him again, he said that he has no signal, which was why he was absent for five days, which clearly set off the concerned professor
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Engr. Inocencio Dadivas who teaches Auxillary Machinery at the Western Institute of Technology has gone viral after he scolded a student who was absent for five days due to "no signal" during their class.
In a report by Super Radyo Iloilo, the professor said that he chose to ask the classmates of his absentee students.
The said student then entered class and said, "present, present na ako sir."
He then said without any degree of apology or seriousness, "Wala, wala signal sir, wala gid signal amo na absent ko Sir, wala signal muh."
This set off the professor who wanted to instill discipline, and told him, "You should not have enrolled if you do not have a signal. Go, climb a coconut tree."
The engineer explained that he deals with his students equally and that he is known for disciplining his students.
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