The episode of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah starts with Taarak asking Bhide what is going on. Bhide says he cannot bear his students. Taarak says even the parents and his students have to go through a lot due to this pandemic. Bhide says his students will do everything other than studies. Taarak says children are missing their school days, where they used to come together, play and have tiffin together. Taarak says nowadays children had to change their lifestyle and they are finding it difficult. Taarak asks Bhide to think like a student and keep himself in his student’s place.
Bhide says he can tolerate anything except not being sincere towards their studies. Bapuji also comes to meet Bhide and explains to him that a teacher always has to think according to their children. Bapuji asks Bhide not to stop his classes. Bhide says he wants to teach his students, but they are not interested in studies. Bapuji asks Bhide to change his teaching techniques and make them more interesting for his students.
Bhide comes out. All the students apologise to Bhide. Bhide says exams are near, so he will continue teaching his students. Bhide asks all his students to come into the clubhouse.
Bhide asks his students to play whichever game they want to play. His students say that they have realised their mistake and from now on they will concentrate on their studies. Bhide asks them to sit. Bhide explains his students that many people want to study, but due to money inadequacy, they had to work and earn the money to buy the books and pay their school fees. Bhide says his students have mobile, laptops and separate rooms for themselves, yet they waste their time and avoid studying. Bhide says if they want to fulfill their dreams, then they have to study hard and get good grades.
All the students promise Bhide that they will study hard and get good grades.
The next day, Bhide takes his online class; all his students join the meeting on time. Bhide starts his class with some jokes and then does all the revision. Anjali tells Taarak that there was a problem, but Bhide understood the problem and solved it.