The coronavirus pandemic has shifted classes online, which consequently has somehow flooded the internet with a lot of hilarious and shocking stories.
Never would go the days, when the internet would not shock or make you laugh until you cry.
Hilarious videos from online classes go viral on social media every now and then. Recently, one such video, that belongs to an online class of CA students, made everyone laugh so bad.
The video showing a student’s hilarious reply to his teacher’s question has left netizens in splits.
Well, this isn’t the very first time a video has gone viral.
Back in the pandemic period itself, a student staged his own kidnapping to escape the lectures and a hilarious video of the incident has gone viral on social media.
Likewise, there are stories that went viral on the internet.
Well ,as per the recent viral video, CA Dhawal Purohit, the founding member of Ednovate, is seen teaching students of CA.
“Aap sabse pehle se samajhiye ki ek quarter me kitna hota hai. Hetvik beta bol ek quarter me kitna hota hai (First understand how much is one quarter. Hetvik, tell me how much there is in one quarter),” Purohit asks.
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What happens next is quite unexpected and hilarious .
“30 ml likhta hai vo. Arrey vo quarter nahi (He wrote 30 ml. It’s not that quarter),” he says while making an annoyed yet hilarious expression.
The video has gone viral across social media platforms including Twitter and Instagram.
Soon after the video became viral, many were curious to know who Hetvik was.
One user wrote, “Today’s kids are just on another level.” Another wrote, “Only happens in CA lectures.”
To all these comments, the next user added, “Ye Hetvik kaun hai yaar.”
Yet another commented, “Dhawal sir… King of expressions!”
“I have always believed and preached that the best way of teaching is by always allowing students to ask questions. At times students will even have garbage answers that a quarter has 30 ml but it is a teacher’s duty to correct that it is neither 30 ml nor 180 ml. It is three months and we will always keep teaching that to the students,” Purohit told Times Now.
Well stories like this are never ending on the Internet, but while making all of us laugh, it may also be a huge topic of concern for the education system.