An Ideal Student
Duties of an Ideal Student
An ideal student is the wealth and future of his nation, hope of his family and pride and glory of his school or college. He endears himself to all by his temperament, qualities of head and heart and knowledge. He respects his teachers and is helpful and friendly to his class-fellows. Such good and bright students are the gems of an institution. They are the pillars of a nation. Such students become ideal citizens, politicians, statesmen and leaders.
An ideal student always takes an active part in academic as well as in extra-curricular activities of his college. He is hard-working. He is both attentive and punctual in his duties. He goes to his school or college in time. He attends his class regularly and reads his lessons carefully. He always in the good books of his teachers. He stands first in his school or college. He winds laurels in life and brings credit to his alma mater.
An ideal student is disciplined and obedient. At home he obeys his parents, and at school he obeys his teachers. He always abides by the rules and regulations of his educational institution. He is disciplined in his everyday activities of life. He avoids bad company. He often persuades bad boys from doing evils deeds. He goes not waste his time and energy in strikes and demonstrations.
An ideal student is not a book-worm. He takes an active interest in games and sports. Games and studies go side by side with him. He is fully conversant with the value and advantages of games. He knows that a sound mind lives in a sound body. He considers games an essential part of his education.
He always sticks to his right ideals and aims. ‘Simple living and high thinking’ is the is the motto of his life. He does not run after cuts and fashion. He is not a film fan. He possesses a strong moral character. He is very humble, modest and polite. He always keeps patience. He does not lose courage in the faces them bravely. He is lovable to everyone.
An ideal student is ideal in every field. He takes part in debates, speeches and declamation contests. He shines as a good speakers. He wins medals and trophies and thus brings credit to his school or college.
An ideal student is also a true patriot. He is prepared to serve his country heart and soul and sacrifices himself for the welfare of his country. He does not take part in such activities as cast a slur on the name of his country. It is his deep-rooted wish that his country should occupy a place of pride among the nations of the world.
Since our country is passing through a difficult period of struggle, it is badly in need of ideal students and citizens. The nation can reach the zenith of glory if our students become ideal and participate in the task of national reconstruction. An ideal student is the spark of hope, glory and prosperity of his country. The students of today are the leaders of tomorrow. The future of the country depends upon student only. Every students should, therefore, try to become an ideal student. An ideal student is ideal in his work, conduct and thought.
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It is our duty to obey our parents, that is, to do always what they tell us to do. All that we have is given to us by our parents food, clothing and education.
They tend us when we are too young to do anything for ourselves. They watch over us in times of sickness, provide for our amusement, teach us the principles of their religion, and guard us from evil influences.
Obedience is a very simple way of showing gratitude for these benefits. It is a way that is well within the reach of the young infant as well as the full-grown son.
Parents are not only the providers of benefits, but are the guides of their children in all the relations of life. There may be cases where a father and a mother prove themselves unworthy of their children’s regard; but it is usually found that parents are as solicitous for their children’s welfare as their own.
Being adults and having experience of the world, they are in a position to form better judgments than their children. Therefore not only is it the duty of a child to obey his parents, but in doing so he is consulting his best interests.
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Just as the boy who would learn to eat must attend to the instructions of his teacher, so those who wish to grow up into honest and useful men must follow the dictates of their parents. The captain, when entering a strange port trusts to the pilot to guide his ship safely. Our parents are our pilots.
We sail in strange waters, and our safety depends on submission to the directions of those who are more experienced. We are not always well-advised in our choice of companions.
When the time comes for us to decide what trade or profession we are to follow, when misunderstanding and perplexities arise, be done; and it is our duty to obey implicitly, for love and experience combine to give value to their advice.
Examples of disobedient sons and daughters are but too common in this world, and very regrettable have often been the results of this disobedience. In former times, among the Romans, it was considered a serious crime, and the father might, if he was so minded, punish it by death.
One of the ten commandments given by God to the Jews was: “Honour thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long in the land which the Lord thy God gives thee.”
Disobedience is base ingratitude, and one of the greatest cruelties a child can inflict upon a parent who has toiled for years for his sake, and lavished upon him all his affections, regardless of self.
It is a crime which brings its own punishment. How bitter must be the remorse of one who, standing by the deathbed of a parent, remembers all that parent’s love and constant unselfishness, which have been repaid by disregard for his wishes and outspoken contempt for his orders!