When indiscipline at Roderick International School, Mussoorie, becomes an alarming issue for members of the board, educators, and parents alike, CEO Jacob Roderick decides to bring in an experimental teacher, Roma Mathur, against the wishes of the board of directors to curb the growing aggression, hostility, and vandalism.
Will someone like Roma Mathur, written off by her own teachers as a "moron" and "good for nothing", be able to inspire learning in students who loath studying and sitting in classrooms? Will this maverick academic, who had been extremely mischievous as a student herself, be able to instill values and discipline in her students? Is there any place for someone as unconventional as Roma Mathur among the esteemed and sophisticated faculty at the prestigious International School? Has Jacob Roderick made a grave mistake in recruiting someone who plays drums, watches Tom and Jerry beat up goons in the pub, and rides a sports bike, over the gold-medalist, experienced teachers who had applied? What is it the school needs at this desperate hour?
It is time for the students of RIS to take a call on what kind of teachers they need in their classrooms?