Gandhiji was a very honorable personality for Our Nation known as by the name of (Bapu Ji). On 2nd October which is an auspicious day of Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday we celebrate it in all over India. The full name of Gandhiji is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (October 2, 1869, to January 30, 1948) was the leader of India’s non-violent independence movement against British rule and in South Africa who advocated for the civil rights of Indians.
He was a very dedicated personality for every citizen in India. He was a self-motivated person who give inspiration to students also. He was allocated with his depth theory of norms and discipline.
With the great treasure of his knowledge, he used to go through with all the risk and hurdles in his life just like that student need to follow the strategy according to that which helps them in their education career.
Gandhiji taught a lesson of Trueness and Non-Violence…
In this way, students should learn to maintain the stability in their discipline and follow principles, so that they become capable to handle the situation at the time of stress of examination within their limits. Usually, Gandhiji was very dispensable to inspire people to fight against non-violence.
Student life is very sensitive as you have to learn the things with the arrival of time. Gandhi was an average student and extremely shy. He even described running home from school so he wouldn’t have to talk to anybody. But his best thing was he worked with the patience and calmly follow the principles also believe in move forward towards their goals.
One of the noticeable facts is that which is rarely known to the citizens till now that Mahatma Gandhi and Indira Gandhi weren’t related to each other. But so many people talk and compare them as a family relative.
There are so many works which Gandhiji used to do in his student life. Here are some achievable and motivational points of their experience we share which will help students to analyze and inspire themselves:
- In his point of view, schools give education for daytime for a long time but he was in favor of schools should be conducted night and day with just a short course.
- There is no work which is small or big. According to him, every work is valuable. Which maintain your living down to earth.
- He used to taking Harijan children for excursions, showing them sights near the villages and teaching them how to study Nature, and generallyinteresting them in their surroundings. It gives inspiration to students of welfare feeling.
- In students, need to have a sense of their responsibility and show it in a much tangible manner. And it is well known for students what’s theiractual responsibility towards their aim of study and goals.
Well, There is one reason which is obvious in the view of Gandhiji!
Every educationalist, everyone who has had anything to do with the students, has realized that our educational system is faulty. It does not correspond to the requirements of the country, certainly not to the requirements of pauper India. There is no correspondence between the education that is given and the home life and the village life. He said children should be taught in schools about their scientific reasons of daily living. So that they can work on a country level with creating a good name by good work and capability. So that whole world got to know about their success.