Thank you for being open and clear about "personal objectives" and "organizational objectives". A personal objective is for personal gain, e.g.,
making some money on the side or to gain temporary cheap popularity.
On the other hand, an organizational objective is for the better interests of those served by the organization. For the understanding of the person who said, "I don't want to make my students -DOKANDAR- (shopkeeper)",
I would like to share a practical experience.
A practical story of student learning:
At a central location of Metropolitan University, Sylhet, there is a "Dokan" or shop which the students of Business Administration run each semester. Throughout a semester for two weeks each time, a group of students take over the management of the shop. The previous groups presents the balance sheet, profit and loss and writes a report on their experience. This way a group of students manage the shop for two weeks and handover to the next group. This way they are organized to practically apply their theory to real practice and learn the meaning of all the terms of business. So when these students graduate, they can relate to the real world. Any sort of business is ultimately, dokandari....
So the person who said, "I don't want to make my students -DOKANDAR- (shopkeeper)"
, instead of criticizing should suggest how the students can learn better by relating theory to practice or practice to theory.
At DIU we all have a job - the job is to get the students to learn better. So, if someone has thought of a practical idea, the job of a higher authority should be to help improve the experience so that students learn better.
So let us all positively contribute to getting the students to learn better - we all have a responsibility to our students as our salaries come from the fees of the students.