Increasing indiscipline among students




Schools and colleges were once though to be the temples of learning. But modern students have profaned the sanctity of these temples. They have defined their atmosphere. Schools and colleges have now become hot-beds of indiscipline. The modern students don't care a fig for their studies. They are not serious in their class rooms. They have no respect for their teachers. They simple want to pass the examinations by fair or foul means. Mass scale copying in examinations has become very common. Modern students are strike-mongers. They indulge in act of indiscipline and violence. They look for exenses to create violence. But students learn all these ugly crimes or state of affairs from the example of their teachers. Now-a-day teachers are not dedicated to their job. They only want to run after money. Everyone is materialistic. They, too, go on strikes quite oven. Therefore, it is nothing strange if students follow the example of their teachers.


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