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Hello ACPTR instructors,

This is to be told to the other instructors of ACPTR. Instructors, whenever you’re present, please be sure to check the events of week. The instructor to be present may be absent, and you must not just look at it. You, the instructors, must hold the class, so that you can be active, and also helpful to the instructor who should’ve been present at the class. You are, instead chatting on ACP chat, without knowing that you would be fired or demoted. I really don’t know how you’re not without fear. Our force, ACPTR is so important. They make the soldiers inspire, and you instructors are just lazy. Why? Lazy to hold a class? You all boast that you know many about armies, and this is also a chance to prove yourselves. Instead, your arrogance is making you more lazy. So, I say, please hold classes. There might be cadets who come day to day for classes, and instead, you are like cancelling classses. I’ve missed some classes, so I’ve told a instructor called Cheedu to hold the class, but he ignored. Do you know why? He’s an Ice warriors leader, and he thinks he need to watch up to IW up to date. Can’t you spend atleast 15 mins on a class? I really don’t know you guys. One day missing a class is ok. But too many classes missing, that’s just too much. It’s showing your arrogance. So, please guys, try your best to make classes when the instructor, who should be present, but absent, and you should make classes. Spend only 15 mins, and all is alright. Ok, I’ve said my part. Thank you.

 

 

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