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Role of Students in Ani-Corruption of Society

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Our Indian poet Bharathi has told clearly the role of young students in our Indian society and about their patriotism and social service. In our life student phase is very difficult to get back. So at this this stage of life students must not waste their precious time and they must involve in social activities. Students must join in many organizations such as Blue cross society. They must have helping tendency and must be patriotic and must try their level best to bring up our country. Students must be mainly Disciplined in all aspects. Discipline is greater than anyother thing in life. It makes our life cherished with all good moments filled up in it.Our ancient poet Thiruvalluvar has told a lot about Discipline.To quote few examples: *King Harichandra maintained his Honest policy of not lying till the end of his life. For maintaining this disciplined policy he even renounced his luxury life and his family. *The great lord Rama respected his Father’s word and abondened his life as a king and went to the forest for fourteen years. *Jesus even during his crucifixtion prayed god that his enemies must survive. We must not forget the discipline followed by these great men after finishing our examination. We must follow the disciplined policies of these great men in our day to day life. So it is very important for us to follow this kind of a good discipline in order to achieve something in our life. When these great men follow discipline why shouldn’t we?

The role of student in a society entails various things. Firstly, to concentrate on studies so that they develop into well-educated individuals that make significant contributions to the society in the future. Secondly, to pass on whatever knowledge they have to others. This can take on many forms ranging from helping your siblings to creating awareness about environmental issues such as global warming. Thirdly, to act as responsible adolescents. This means to steer clear of any unlawful activities. It also...