‘The policy of no detention till class VIII is not in the interest of students.’ Write a debate in 150-200 words either in favour of or against the motion.
Respected Chairperson, Honourable Members of the Jury and my worthy opponents. Good morning to you all.
Today I Mehul, stand before you to speak for the motion ‘the policy of no detention till class VIII is not in the interest of students’. This government policy has become a hindrance in the academic growth of a student. Every student knows that with or without studying one will be promoted to the next class till class VIII.
The students and even the parents are very much aware of the policy and they are tension free as everyone gets promoted to the next class. Life has become quite complicated with something new coming up every day. Cut throat competition is faced by each and every child. Students should prepare a proper base, so that they can excel in all aspects of their life. They should start young.
But, if young learners are promoted to a higher class without the proper understanding of the basic concepts of a subject or topic, it is not going to benefit them.
Those students who do not put 100% efforts in their education lack the motivation to excel, first in their academics and later in their life. They become used to not working hard and start expecting to receive benefits without doing anything. On one hand, where the unworthy students get all the advantages from the ‘No detention till class VIII’ policy, the meritorious pupils suffer the most. Even after studying hard throughout the year, it is disappointing to not have any competition amongst the students and be rewarded for the outstanding performance in class. In conclusion, I would like to say that such a policy creates confusion in the life of children at a very young age. Learners should be made to understand the importance of hard work and being rewarded for it.