Student and social service

Duty towards God. Duty towards parents and duty towards mankind. Students are born to read, to study books to prepare themselves for examination. The hue and cry of the world and the heat and dust of life generally do not move them. But there are occasions in a nation’s life when normal duties suspend and normal life does not function. Then the services of student essential. Students are not separated from society. They are also social beings like other class of people.

They enjoy the same social benefits, rights and privileges. There is no rose without a thorn and no right without duties. No wonder then that students have certain duties to the society in which they live in. the students in our nation have many things to do for the welfare and good of the nation. They can render free services in different spheres of our nation life. Most of the people of our country are illiterate. The students can open night schools and teach the illiterate people

They can remove illiteracy from our nation. Student’s services are necessary in the field of our national health. They can play an important role. Female students can tech the uneducated women how to keep their houses neat and clean, how to bring up children and look after their health. The village people and the people living in the slums suffer from many diseases. They have no knowledge about health and environment.

The students can teach them about the basic rules of health and environment. During natural calamities students can render better services. During floods and cyclones and famine students stands by the affected people. Students beg money from the rich, raise funds, rescue people, feed the hungry, and nurse the sick and cloth the naked.


During epidemics medical students and other students may serve the sick with proper food, cloth, medicine and other necessary things. Students are the servants of society. They are the makers of society. They are the soldiers of social peace. They should serve the society without any selfish motive.

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