Do they feel uncomfortable when they leave secluded environment?In West Bengal, Ramkrishna Mission Residential Schools of Narendrapur, Purulia, Rahara, Sarisha and some other places uniformly produce dazzling results in Xth and Xth standards year after year (West Bengal Board). The students are brilliant, disciplined, punctual, self-sufficient and possess many more good qualities. Similarly, students of Purulia Sainik School and various residential schools of Darjeeling district run by Missionary organisations also produce students with various qualities which are generally developed among the hostellers.
However, I have seen some of the students of these prestigious and excellent residential schools can't cope up well once they come out of their secluded environment. Their marks nose-dive, they fall prey to various social ills. Some of them start taking drugs also. These happen who shift from residential schools to day colleges (at least this is my observation).
Why do some of the students of residential schools feel uncomfortable and take wrong turn once they come out of secluded environment of school hostels? Members may kindly express their opinion.