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Participation of Students in Politics

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Students and Politics

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Students and Political Agitations

The question of the participation of students in politics has always evoked a lot of discussion.  It has been a very controversial subject.  Two contrasting opinions have been expressed by the two groups of people.  Both the groups are equally convinced of the merits of their cases.  The discussion goes on between the students, teachers, politicians and other well-wishers of the student community.  In spite of their best efforts, no satisfactory or convincing solution has so far been found out.

                Those who oppose the participation of students in politics put up a strong case.  They argue that politics is a dirty game.   It creates groups and parties and leads to permanent enmities.  It disturbs the peace of mind of the students.  The primary duty of a student is to pay single-minded attention to his studies.  He is supposed to lead a life of penance or “Tapasya.”  He cannot and should not afford to take part in the luxury of politics.

                Politics causes a great interference in the studies of the students.  Interest in politics leads a student to an active participation in strikes, demonstration and processions.  At times, it brings him into serious clash with the college authorities or the police.  May be, he lands himself in jail.  All this disrupts his studies and he is pushed off the rails. He loses his real purpose in life and goes astray.  Participation in politics, thus, spoils a student’s career and makes him useless for any purpose other than strikes, demonstrations and slogan shouting.

                Those who support the participation of students in politics make out an equally strong case.  They argue that education does not mean were literacy. It means a total and all round development of personality.  Participation in politics leads to harmonious development of a student’s personality.  It makes him aware of what is happening in his country and in the world around him.  It also develops in him the qualities of leadership.  Instead of being a timid, shy book-worm, he grows into an aggressive, dominating and alert young man who knows how to fight the battle of life.

                Some people are of the opinion that students can really change the shape of things in the country.  The old generation has miserably failed to deliver the goods.  Rampant corruption and unprincipled politics have brought the country to the brink of disaster.  Why should the students not rise to the occasion to stem the rot? They have given a lead in several countries and have proved to be the harbingers of revolutions.  They can certainly bring change in the sad state of affairs prevailing in the country at present.

                Participation in politics trains a student to be a good citizen.  It gives him training in the democratic way of life. He grows into a responsible and cultured citizen who is an asset to the nation.  It creates in him a sense of patriotism. He knows his duties towards his country.  HE has a fair knowledge of the affairs of the world.  He develops a debating skill and he can always put forward his point of view with force and conviction.  He develops all the qualities of head and heart.  He is trained for leadership.  As a leader in the making, he develops such qualities as courage, sincerity of purpose, a spirit of service, sympathy for the fellow men, self-discipline and a devotion to duty.

                Student period is the formative period in his life.  A student must develop all such qualities in him during this period as enable him to lead a successful life.  If he kept totally away from politics, he is likely to grow into a lop-sided personality.  If we study the lives of our great leaders, we shall find that most of them did take an active part in politics even during their student days.

                Now, it is difficult to pronounce any verdict in favour of one or the other point of view.  The golden mean would probably be the best way out.  A student should take part in politics but it should not be an active participation.  All activities are good if one remains within reasonable limits.  Students should, therefore, pay primary attention to their studies.  They should, at the same time, keep themselves informed about what is happening around them.  They should not hesitate from jumping into politics if the situation threatens the unity and the freedom of the country.

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ICSE ENGLISH SAMPLE PAPER CLASS 8

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ICSE ENGLISH SAMPLE PAPER CLASS 8

Examinations are getting tough every day and so pressure on students are increasing day by day. Here we have brought ICSE CLASS 9 ACCOUNTS SAMPLE PAPER for ease of students

Question 1

(Spend only  35 minutes on this question)

Write a composition (not more than 350 – 400 words) on any of the following topics :

(a) Me and my big mouth!

(b) punctuality is the virtue of life. Ellaborate a real life experience.

(c) Pets are important for every house. Write for or against the topic.

(d) Write an short story which would illustrates the significance of the statement

One lie give birth to other lie.

ICSE ENGLISH SAMPLE PAPER CLASS 8

(Spend 20 minutes on this Question)

Select  any one of the following:

(a) Write a letter to trhe editorial head of any newspaper telling him about your views about global warming , its effects and what should we do to prevent it.

(b) There is a huge event in your school and due to some reason your friend has missed it . Write a letter to your friend describing him the function and what was your role in it.

Question 4

(a) In the following passage,  there is a word given in the brackets fill in each of the blanks numbered 1 to 10 the correct form of the word and do not copy the entire passage.

Example:

(0) discussed.

The other day we (0) ______(discuss) the attitudes of people in our

country. Why (1) _____ (be) most of them are considered to be rude and aggressive? Sanjay

asked  Kalpana (2) ______(say) that it (3) _____(be) because there

(4) ________(be) too many people and one had to fight for everything.

Nirode (5)______(insist) that it (6) ______(be) the climate. We

(7) _______(be) as efficient and polite as Europeans if only our weather

(8) _______ (be) better.

(b) Fill up the blanks with the best suitable word:

(i) Her parents live ________ New Delhi.

(ii) Joe’s parents are sick ________ his behaviour.

(iii) Colonel Gurmeet congratulated the soldiers _______ their victory.

(iv) The planet was seen ________ the telescope.

(v) The news of his promotion came ________the next day.

(vi) He is not afraid _______ the consequences.

(vii) He rushed ______ the class as he was late.

(viii) The school is famous _______its sports achievements.

(c) Rewrite the following sentences with a suitable preposition but do not use and, but, so :-

(i) Sonia asked a riddle. I was unable to solve it.

(ii) John helped Thomas. Thomas will always be grateful.

(iii) Rajan is amazing singer. He is also popular.

(iv) Adnan sang a wonderful song. It became a hit.

(d) Rewrite the sentences as per the instruction given, without changing the meaning of the sentence:-

(i) We had not even walked one kilometre when they stopped us.

(Begin: Hardly …………………)

(ii) The memory is so vivid that I will never forget it.

(Use ‘too’ in place of ‘so’)

(iii) That need not happen.

(Rewrite: using does.)

(iv) Food and sleep were all we cared about.

(Begin: All …………………….)

(v) We sat there face to face with our accuser.

(Begin: There ………………………….)

(vi) Herbert consulted his parents before accepting the job offer.

(Begin: Herbert did not ………..)

(vii) Put your tools away, the children may fall over them

(Use: lest………………………)

(viii) It was the last time he saw his wife.

(Begin: Never……………………)

 

ANSWERS FOR ICSE ENGLISH SAMPLE PAPER CLASS 8

Question 4.

(a)

1.were

2. to say

3.was

4.were

5.insisted

6.was

7. would have been

8.was

(b)

i.            In

ii.            With

iii.            For

iv.            By

v.            About

vi.            of

vii.            to

viii.            for

(c)

i.            Sonia asked a riddle which I was unable to solve

ii.            John helped Thomas therefore he would always be grateful

iii.            Rajan is amazing singer that is why he is also famous

iv.            Adnan sang a wonderful song which became a hit

(d)

i.            Hardly had we walked one km, they stopped us.

ii.            The memory is too vivid to forget

iii.            That does not need to be happened

iv.            All we cared about was food and sleep

v.            There we sat face to face with our accuser

vi.            Herbert did not accept the job offer before consulting his parents

vii.            Put your tools away. Lest the children might fall

viii.            Never would he see his wife.

 

 

 

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