Growing insincerity toward studies has mounted paramount pressure on the parents and the teachers, leaving them in the lurch. As a matter of grave concern, every predecessor needs to pay serious heed to it to bring their troublesome tykes to book on time. Wards morally well-instilled and well-tamed in the early phase of life will be valued citizens. They are sure to be good for nothing, if they get used to going the other way around.
Just get into the classroom, students can be found without books, bunking classes, skipping regular lectures and not sincerely studying. They are reluctant to heed the lectures, do not allocate time in finishing up the home assignments, are not studious and industrious. The keen
interest they have on are the latest movies, songs and lyrics, platonic plays, backbiting, groupism and fighting. Girls huddle for serials, unnecessary prattle, gossips, and giggles, wears and fiancés while the boys excel with their valuable time in going after girls, whizzing bike, dating and billowing smoke. Almost everyone sounds to be concentrating on deterioration not on creation.
Study is the essence, prestige, pride and crown of life which aids everyone grow to stand up, earn and live a just life holding the head high. Life without education is no different from getting left like chaff. But how teenagers avoid their studies is frustrating. The way they do the things stands in contrast to the system, rules and regulations. They have those unbelievable unrealistic traits. Their activities denote anarchism, mess ups and derailments. The day when the parents will have to be embarrassed to point out their ward in the gathering is not that long away as they don’t want to be ashamed of a son in freaky hair-dos, tattooed arms, burnt lips, hip-hop pant on the verge of falling down and the earlobes mercilessly pierced.
The young generation resorting to trendy vicissitudes have shell-shocked the seniors. The overflowing crazy activities have questioned every norm and value which we hitherto think are the best ones. The parents, who always get abided by and always held onto morals firmly to make life decent, have to be seeing their wards alarmingly ruining in trendy stuffs.
Loitering lads and lasses holding, embracing, exercising hanky-panky and romance are very common sites. Ask them they are never good at studies but are going astray.
The teenagers badly overwhelmed by the superfluous trends need to be brought to the knees as to the dilettantes’ plunge into a decent ward. The trios should work together: with the educational institutions, teachers and the parents.