Classroom observation is a strategy, by which the institute will pay attention to sit in classroom along with the students, and records how the teacher preaches and student reactions, and then meets the teacher to explain what was recorded and the pitfalls in methods. The main objective behind this classroom observation is to enlighten the teacher know the intrinsic details on the way of teaching done so far and take advice from the experts. The observation won’t result in promotions and tenure, and it should not finalise or weigh the methods the teacher kept following for years, it is just to analyse how well the method was and the consistent difference between the syllabus to be taught and the deliverable on how well the syllabus was preached to the students. A lot of negative thoughts swirl around as many experienced teachers don’t really like the idea of being judged with their area of expertise, which is teacher. Since they are much experienced and experts in this area, it is hurting their personal feelings more than expected. It is possibly an accumulation of many years of being the leader, being right, and impartial models of supervisions with teachers. This is because, the observer has a great role with respect to the teacher’s contracts with the teaching, and they have the necessity to adhere supervisor’s viewpoints and word accordingly.