Discipline in school
Namasthe principal mam, Head mistress mam and beloved teachers and my dear friends, today I am going to speak about the topic discipline in school. Discipline is the training of the mind and character. It must be instilled in us from very young age. It must begin at home and continued in school. Discipline teaches us to be respectful and obedient to those in authority. Those who are obedient to teachers in school become obedient citizens when they grow up.
Discipline gives us self-control. We learn the importance of doing our duty. We realize that, instead of doing what we like, we must learn to like what we do. A disciplined child puts duty before pleasure. He will finish studying his lessons before going to play. Disciplined schoolchildren know how to co-operate both with their teachers and their companions. No team-games are possible without discipline. Everything runs smoothly when there is discipline in a school. Everyone who has a good character also has a strong sense of discipline. This discipline can be acquired, only when one is young. It helps to build up a strong character, and a strong will. People with character will do what is right, whether anyone is watching them or not. Such people become responsible citizens of their country. Those who have no discipline become disorderly, violent and irresponsible citizens. Hence it is very important that children should be disciplined in school, so that they might become worthy citizens of their country. Jai hind. Thank you.
Discipline is a way of life in Vidyashala. It is a vital factor in shaping one’s personality. It is inculcated in the pupils not as an imposition but as a normal growth under the process of training in self discipline and self help through every activity.
In our school our teachers may tell us to do the following:-
1. Don't tell lies.
2. Don't jump on the bench.
3. Don't rush and shout along the corridor.
4. Don't tear pages...
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