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Students play a very important role in the society. As it is said that students are the future of a nation. Students are the pillars of a strong nation Students of today are the citizens of tomorrow students life is the most impressionable period of life and during this period, the foundations of life are Laid, so they should develop the qualities of head and heart which may stand them in good way to future.

In India, education signified knowledge of the self. Education meant character building and drawing out the best in each individual. Education and learning has always been everything to do with life and living. Education enabled the student to realize within himself the strength and freedom to take control of his life without fear. The aim of such education was to bring out the best abilities in every individual, family, community and the society, in offer for the service of the land and the people.

It is very difficult to get back the students life. So at this stage of life students should take part in social activities. Students should have the feelings of patriotism. They should think not only about their own future but also for the future of their nation.

We must keep in mind that in today’s developing and fast-paced world due to advancement in the field of information and technology, the students should be given due importance and treated with respect and give them space for self-improvement so they will display a strong sense of responsibility. On being recognized as respectable individual, they will display a readiness to work for change in an existing system.

For all round development of a student, it is essential that ways for partaking in extracurricular activities be available. It is in this view that extracurricular activities conducted regularly to enable students to discover and hone their skills in fields that are not academic in nature. Technical activities are also held on a regular basis to promote excellence in technical skills

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