- Who is an ideal student?
- What does he consider his main duty?
- Does he follow a dilly routine?
- What does he do in the classroom?
- How does he behave?
- Does he perform any extracurricular activities?
- What special qualities does he possess?
Question: a student who follows an ideal course of a good student is called an ideal student. He considers reading, writing and learning his first and foremost duty. He does the right thing at the right time. He leads a routine-bound life and makes his lessons properly. He goes to school regularly and listens to his teachers with deep attention. He always follows the rule of discipline and respects his teachers and superiors. He is polite, sincere, honest and well-behaved. He is also helpful to his fellow students. He follows the rules of health strictly and takes part in extra-curricular activities like games and sports. He keeps good company and follows the motto ‘plain living and high thinking’. He possesses and good moral character. An ideal student is the pride and glory of a nation.