India is standing at the threshold of joining the developed nations but that is not possible till we achieve complete literacy in the country. The contribution of students may be very significant in achieving our goals. Write an article in 150-200 words on ‘The Role of the Students in Removing Illiteracy.’
The Role of the Students in Removing Illiteracy
Citizens of a country are its wealth. They can contribute a lot towards the development of a nation. If the citizens are literate then this wealth becomes more precise and accurate.
Our country is standing at the threshold of joining the developed nations. But it is only possible when we achieve complete literacy.
Our government has launched a variety of plans to remove illiteracy. But, above all, it’s the role of students in this direction, which may bring a significant change.
Considering that charity begins at home, students can offer to teach the children of their domestic helpers or they can go to different localities in groups and teach the underprivileged.
Students can organise educational camps also or use street plays to show the importance of education. They can even go to different schools to inspire other students and encourage them to ‘each one teach one.’ In this way, students can contribute a lot towards eradicating literacy.