AN IDEAL STUDENT
An ideal student should be intelligent and studious, a good sportsperson, a respectful pupil, an obedient child and a noble friend. One ideal student is better than hundred idle ones. He/she is the pride of the school or college and joy and hope of his family. It is not easy to be an ideal student.
There are fifty students in my class. But Mr. Suresh is the best of all. He is a brilliant boy. Reading is his hobby. Obedience to elders is his religion. He is a well-behaved and polite boy. He is the shining star of our school. Both the teachers and the students love him very much.
He belongs to a rich family, but he is not proud. His dress is always simple and neat. He enjoys a sound health. His manners are very pleasing. He is always smiling and cheerful. He has a spirit of social service. He is the life and soul of our school. Let us try to become bright and brilliant as he is.
He is regular in everything. He gets up early in the morning and goes out for a walk. He takes exercise and offers prayer to God. He obeys his parents and does not give them any cause of complaint. He does not fall out with his brothers, sister or neighbours. He is replar like a clock in his studies. He does not waste even a single minute on gossips- He avoids the company of bad boys. He reads newspapers «nd has an up-to-date knowledge.
At school, he is most punctual and listens to his teachers attentively. He refuses to be a book-worm. He takes an active interest in most of the activities of the school. He knows the art of public speaking. He does not shirk games. To him, work is worship. He is an all rounder. He is in the good books of his teachers. He stands first in every examination and thus brings credit to his institution and parents.
He is a thorough gentleman and does not injure the feelings of anyone. He is sweet to talk too. He lends a helping hand to the poor and the needy. He leads a simple life. Discipline is the breath of his life. He is young in age but old in wisdom. May he live long!