This is a discussion on An Ideal Student within the English Literature forums, part of the Urdu Poetry category; A student is one who wants to get knowledge. He studies the objects of nature. He meditates on the universe ...
A student is one who wants to get knowledge. He studies the objects of nature. He meditates on the universe to discover more and more. Though man has learnt a lot, the struggle for discovery is not yet over. The Holy Prophet(SAW) said that every man should get knowledge from the lap of his mother till death. Thus, there is no end to knowledge.
The first quality of an ideal student is that he should be steady in his search. He should work to learn more and more. The student who is not constant in his quest cannot be successful.
The ideal student should be industrious. He should lose heart in difficulties. He should be firm in his aims. He should cover long distances, cross vast deserts and mount high hills for the achievement of his objectives. He should have the patience of Job and the willpower of Noah.
The ideal student should be the man of character. The object of education is to spread politeness and good manners. He should be virtuous and honest in his dealings. He should be kind and generous to others.
The ideal student should be meek and humble. He should not be proud of his knowledge. He should respect his teachers and the fellow students. Knowledge teaches humbleness not pride.
The ideal student must enjoy good health. He should not be a book worm. He should take part in physical activities as well. It is said that a sound body possesses a sound mind. A good student should be a good debater, a first-rate player , and a fine athlete. He should participate in all good activities.
The deal student also proves to be a good citizen. He is always helpful to his country fellows. He loves the ideolgy of the country. He never breaks law for his personal gains. He proves himself a true petriot. He loves his country, culture and traditions.
The ideal student should show discipline in every matter of life. He should follow the three principles told by the founder of Pakistan: "Faith, Unity and Discipline". He should lead a planned life. He should observe the codes of ethics and discipline. He should not be reckless and careless in his doings. He must be balanced and rational in his attitude.