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11:00 PM, September 08, 2009 / LAST MODIFIED: 11:00 PM, September 08, 2009

Student politics

Bangladesh achieved its independence through a nine-month struggle in 1971. The students of Bangladesh made a huge contribution to the Liberation War of 1971.
Let's go back to history. In 1952, 1969 and 1971 students played a vital role to save the motherland and language. At that time student politics was for the welfare of the country. They played a vital role from 1948 to 1990. In this period they achieved special position in our national politics. So, the whole nation always respects them and their principles. They continued their regular studies and were free from corruption and terrorism. For this reason, many student leaders became members of parliament, ministers, national leaders, journalists, poets and others important national personalities in our country. But in the present situation, Bangladesh student politics has deviated away from its tradition and glorious historical roots.
Though every human being is a student from cradle to grave , there is a specific time which is considered student life. It should be spent in study and interaction with all in order to develop the qualities for future leadership.
As students, we can offer some social services to our community. Ours is an undeveloped country. So we have many things to do for the welfare and good of the country. Most of the people of our country are illiterate. We can open night schools to teach the illiterate people to remove illiteracy. Especially, female students can teach the uneducated women how to keep their house neat and clean, how to bring up children and look after their health. We can also teach the general people the basic rules of health and environment, and so on.

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