The Importance of Student Life and Self-Study

Posted: August 6, 2014 in Education

Student life is thCollege Lifee golden period of life. A student has to make use of it in the best possible way. He has to learn from books, from the family and from society. He must learn from schools and colleges. He should learn how to live and let others live. He should develop his mind. But he should not neglect his body. He should also develop a sense of duty to our maker. He has to prepare his lessons and take part in games and sports. He should try to become a true citizen of the world. He should relies that student life is a time for preparation for the rest of life. Hence, It is a very important period.

Self-study means the study of the self, by the self and for the self in the actual sense of the term. But popularly by self-study we mean studies on one’s own through library books or other resources. We can not inject any amount of knowledge into students’ veins. But they should try to gain knowledge by the use of observations through their five sense organs. Self-study can be done further by reading more and more wisely-written books. Periodicals, weeklies and daily newspapers are there to help us in our self-study. It is a much better source of having a background to prepare than the coaching done in masses in schools and colleges. Self-study enriches our knowledge and also makes us self-confidante and self-reliant in life.

The Scene in the Examination Hall:-
School LifeAn Examination is a very important event in the life of a student. On the examination day, the students are punctual. They reach the examination hall much before the time. They are busy trying to find out their sheets. There is a great noise in the hall at that time. The Examinees is talk about the possible questions with one another. A few minutes before the final bell, the invigilators come in. The ask the examinees to sit down. After that they distribute the answer books. The Examinees write down their names roll number. When the final bell rings, the invigilators distributes the question papers. After reading the questions, some looks pleased. But some other gate distribute. Time passes by. When the final bell  goes, the invigilators collect the answers. Some Examinees look relaxed. But other looks tense. Such is the sentience the examination hall.

Why Do We Hate the Examinations?
Examinations are a big terror. Chance plays a great part in them. The Examination paper is like a lottery-uncertain, undependable. The element of uncertainty and surprise is bound to shake the most confidentiality, Sometimes our nervousness is so great that we seem to forget our best prepared lessons. Before the examination, we feel sure of doing well. But once the question paper is before us, our mind becomes a perfect blank. We fail to our most memorized lessons. Some candidates even faint in the examination hall. The question paper springs a complete surprise. None of the ‘sure hints’ over which we have spent days and nights appear in the examination. On the contrary, just those very topics which we left out as unimportant and unexpected stare us in the face. Surely the fate and the paper-setter can play a cruel joke upon us. So, we hate the examinations.

  1. Tania says:

    Your explanation upon student’s life is very nice.But I like your topic on examination hall mostly..


  2. Navjot Singh says:

    Good work sir !!!


  3. kristief1 says:

    Agree that student life is a golden period in life. As students we put so much in preparing for those exams and stressed way too much over them. After graduating and moving on in life, we look back and realize, in the grand scheme of things, the exams were just a drop in the ocean.


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