KBL ACADEMY OF ENGLISH RAILWAY ROAD SHAKARGARH

AN IDEAL STUDENT INTRODUCTION 1. Idealism is not possible 2. Students are necessary for a nation 3. It takes to perfection 4. Ideal students have positive traits CHARACTERISTICS 1. Diligence and hardworking 2. Strong faith 3. Punctuality and practical 4. Variety of knowledge 5. Simplicity of life 6. Cool mannerism 7. Early Rising 8. Religious scholar 9. Likeable character 10. Optimism CONCLUSION

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You are always a student, never a master. You have to keep moving forward. Conrad Hall Idealism is considered to be unachievable. Perfection is only imaginative. However, this idealism takes man towards perfection. An ideal student follows high standard of social, moral and ideological standards. He is a thorough gentleman. There are many qualities of an ideal student. He is punctual in his daily routine. He follows time in his studies as well as in social engagements. He utilizes time effectively. He doesn’t sit in the company of idle students. He doesn’t waste time. He doesn’t delay his assignments. He takes care of the homework. He is attentive to his studies. He is practical and doesn’t remain in imaginary world. He believes in his strength. He is self dependent. He is confident enough to decide his matters. He respects elders and takes guidance from them. He becomes a useful member of the society. He develops loyalty to the country. He does everything for the betterment of his homeland. He helps other country men. He is not a bookworm. He goes through variety of knowledge. He reads newspapers, magazines, books and articles on different topics. He enlarges his vision. He joins dramatic club of the college for personality grooming. He takes part in extracurricular activities. He is good in his social interactions. He keeps a smile on his face. He doesn’t lose temper. He is cool-minded. He is not swayed by his emotions. He never forgets his aim of life. He remains strict to his ideals. His life is simple and active. He doesn’t show off. He wears simple and plain dresses. His habits and manners are very attractive. So, he is liked by the parents and teachers. He helps his relatives and neighbors in difficult time. He also his class mates in their studies. He is an early riser. He offers his prayers regularly. He also participates in the sports and games. He takes care of his health. He takes bath daily and remains conscious of his health. He is honest and intelligent. He never deceives others. He is not slave to his emotions and senses. He always keeps his duty in view. He is a good organizer. He leads his team either in studies or in playgrounds. He influences others. His class mates admire him and follow him. Discipline is the primary attribute in his life. He believes in Quaid’s motto, “Unity, faith and discipline”. He is hardworking and studious. He is law abiding. He doesn’t violate rules. He is optimistic and never loses his hope. He is in the habit of accepting his mistakes. He seeks guidance whenever he finds difficulty. He consults his teachers. He does his homework in time. He keeps a profound knowledge of Islam. He is not dogmatic or orthodox. He studies everything reasonably. He has analytic powers. He doesn’t indulge himself in social evils and bad habits like hypocrisy smoking, gambling and abusing. He serves national interests. He knows that by making himself strong in body and mind, he is also serving the national cause, because, as Emerson says, “Not gold but only men can make a nation great and strong.” He is an asset for the institute and the teachers. He earns a good name for his teachers. “One repays a teacher badly if one always remains nothing but a pupil.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche (562 words)