An Ideal Student
The student, who is sincere in studies, good in nature, modest in behavior, honest in thought and action, obedient to parents and seniors, disciplined in habit, is considered as an ideal student. He always gives much importance in acquiring knowledge and attending all the good qualities. He performs his duties to God, to his parents and society. Generally, he is sociable and hardworking and he loves his country. Similarly, he is seen to take part in games and sports as well as other co-curricular activities. Again, he is very friendly and co-operative with his classmates and friends. He always tries to assist the weak students in learning the lessons. He shows much respect to his parents, teachers, and seniors. He is ready to carry out their all instructions. Similarly, he leads a strictly disciplined life and spends the highest amount of time in the acquisition of knowledge. 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 does not waste his time and energy in strikes and demonstrations. Again, An ideal student is also a true patriot. He is prepared to serve his country from 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. Besides, he engages himself in social works especially when there is any natural calamity like flood, he collects relief from the rich people of the society. Then he distributes them to the flood affected people. In a word, an ideal student reflects all the good qualities and presents him as a role model for other students.