Write a speech in 150-120 words on the topic, ‘Discipline shapes the future of a student’. It is to be delivered in the morning assembly. You are Karuna/Karan
Good morning, Respected Principal, teachers and dear friends. Today I, Karan, am here to present my views on the topic, ‘discipline shapes the future of a student.’
Discipline is a means of keeping the things in order. It inculcates in us a sense of duty and obedience. In the words of Swami Vivekanand: “Duty is obedience to the voice of conscience, discipline is necessary not only in schools and colleges, but in all walks of life. Absence of discipline will lead to chaos and confusion in life.” Discipline is a training, especially of the mind and character aimed at producing self controlled obedience. It is absolutely essential to the growth and development of an individual and a healthy society. It is indispensable for one and all in every walk of life. It is highly necessary at home, at school, in the playground, in society, etc.
Discipline must be taught early in life. The home is the nursery, where we receive our first lesson of discipline, through obedience to parents and elders. The value of discipline in the political, social and economic life of a country is no less important. Only a nation of disciplined people can rise to the occasion. An undisciplined nation invites its doom sooner or later. Hence, discipline is a precious treasure. Life without discipline is like a ship without a rudder and punishment is not a punitive way to reform a student.
Good Morning, honorable Principal, respected Teachers and my dear friends. I am Karuna, student of class XII of your school. It is a great opportunity for me to share my views in today’s assembly, on the topic, ‘Discipline shapes the future of a student’.
The students of today are the leaders of tomorrow. They are the backbone of the society. They are going to be the future leaders, administrators and nation shapers. Student life is the time when their character is formed and takes shape. But .nowadays, schools and colleges have become places of complete indiscipline. Whether it is the morning assembly, annual function, sports meet or examinations, one can see complete indiscipline in it. Man is a social being and he lives and dies in a society. So, he has to follow the rules of the society for which he has to discipline himself and this begins from the school itself.
Aristotle said,” Discipline is obedience to rules formed by the society for the good of all”. Without disciplines, one cannot acquire knowledge and as the schools and colleges are abodes of learning, it is required much over there. Students cannot gain much without discipline and the result can never be good. Thus, it is clear that the need of discipline is much required in the student life. Indiscipline leads to failure but discipline paves the road of success.