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  • So the role of students is like building blocks of nation and if they are left unnoticed might cause long term major problems for that country. So don't underestimate a student today and a student won't let you underestimated in future.
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    1. 1.  The  Role  Of Students In    Developing  Nation
    2. 2. Role Of Student • • The role of students in developing a country is huge. You can't expect a country to develop if it doesn't have literate people. These students who are studying would be working tomorrow. They would be working for the public, private sector etc . These students would be the pillars on which the country would be standing on. So the role of students is like building blocks of nation and if they are left unnoticed might cause long term major problems for that country. So don't underestimate a student today and a student won't let you underestimated in future.
    3. 3. • The students of today are the future citizens of India. They are the architects of free and modern India. • On the shoulders of the students, a great responsibility lies fo building the country. • In good old days, India had its own glory. The culture and civilization of India was well known and well recognized. India enjoyed an evitable position in the world. • However, the British rule crushed our economy and degraded our social system. The glory of India was lost due to foriegn domination.
    4. 4. Students in a Firstly, students in colleges and developing country   universities can educate the can and should work uneducated people. They can for social and engage in a universal education national progress. program which may be arranged or sponsored by the government, businessmen and landlords Secondly, both male and female students can serve their country by getting militarily trained. A developing country cannot afford to have a very huge standing army.
    5. 5. • Thirdly, Students can take part in social welfare activities for general social progress. A wing of the social welfare department may advise the different categories of students about the work they can perform in their respective fields. • Fourthly, the senior students can insist the law-enforcing agencies in their work. For example they can make reports to price-controlling agencies about the high prices charged by shopkeepers • And finally, It is the need of the hour for the government, social organizations and students to work in close cooperation for the advancement of the country.
    6. 6. Swamy Vivekananda • According to Swami Vivekananda • " Arise , awake and not stop till the goal is reached . • Stand up , be bold , be strong , take the whole responsibility on your own shoulders and know that you are the creator of your own destiny. • The training by which the current and expression of will is brought under control and becomes fruitful is called education. • The whole world secret of existence is to have no fear . Never fear what will become of you , depend on no one . Only the moment you reject all help are you free. • Purity , patience and perseverance are the three essential to success , and above all , love. "
    7. 7. Bill Gates Rule For Students •
    8. 8. • Life is not fair. Get used to it. • The real world won't care as much about your self-esteem as much as your school does. • If you think your teacher is tough, wait 'til you get a boss. He doesn't have tenure, so he tends to be a bit edgier • Flipping burgers is not beneath your dignity • Before you were born your parents weren't as boring as they are now. They got that way paying your bills, cleaning up your room and listening • Be nice to nerds. You may end up working for them. • Smoking does not make you look cool. It makes you look moronic • Television is not real life. Your life is not a sitcom. Your problems will not all be solved in 30 minutes, minus time for commercials.
    9. 9. The Indian today is anxious to participate in the onward march of democracy and social justice, his dream is to lead a life of dignity and self respect , he wants to pendence a sin ,he wants to work , in the age group or 10-19 which constitutes 21.4% of total population , 78% of them lives in rural and tribal areas . So , above data represents clear part. If they all join they can develop the following things: 1. Education 2. Agriculture 3. Industry 4. Society 5. Economy 6. Indian financial market 7. Indian politics 8. Defense
    10. 10. Need of a Paradigm Shift Rural development processes are still not very mature and upright. Despite unusually high number of agricultural universities and institutes in our country, we have not been able to make our students’ mindset rural-oriented. Our youth are desperate to acquire lucrative jobs in big corporate houses or in foreign countries. Rural areas remain on the periphery of their thinking. A thought of work in and for rural areas, unfortunately, is like a nightmare for an average student in agricultural universities. We need to ignite their thinking and reshape their attitudes so that they find rural areas as a Rural development processes must have primacy of youth
    11. 11. Role of students in forming JAPAN • The importance of students in the development of a country can be seen clearly from Japan strategy after World War 2. When war ate their skilled full personnel of and they were left with the young and inexperienced children. So their think tanks adopted a new strategy to build up their nation with experience and skilled full workforce in replacement of the one's that they had lost in War. • They selected the groups of intelligent and energetic students who wanted to do some thing for their country. Then those groups were divided into the categories of the profession that they wanted to adopt in future. they gave them the high quality education of their fields, sent them to the world class universities to learn up to date knowledge of their field in short every facility that a student can dream of was provided to them. And when they became true professionals' degree holders they were invested into the field of their specialization and Japan started to cash their knowledge and talent. And now we can see where Japan is standing after the destruction of World War 2.
    12. 12. He started a website called "HackingTruths". At 15, his book on Ethical Hacking made him the youngest author to be published by Macmillan India May 24, 1985 Coimbatore, India Ankit Fadia is an independent computer security consultant. According to Wendy McAuliffe at ZDNet UK, Fadia's Hacking Truths website was judged "second best hacking site" by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, though no ranked list of "hacking sites" has been published by the FBI Recently he is going to conduct a workshop on ethical hacking which is getting an active response from both technical as well as non-technical fields,known as "Innovate" which is being organized by Maharashtra institute of technology, Aurangabad, Maharashtra (India), on 4th of March 2012, which is undertaken by a group of students, wellknown as "TESA" (Telecommunication Engineers Students Association) in their respective institute for organizing such national level event.
    13. 13. Indian student among finalists at Google fair Harine Ravichandran worked on project to eliminate voltage fluctuations “My aim is to develop an artificial brain by studying the electrical impulses found in the brain,” remarked 16-year-old Harine Ravichandran, the only Indian student among 15 global finalists at the Google Science Fair 2011. Harine said that she was now working on making the inverter function through a capacitor using locally available renewable energy sources. “If that is successful, we can it use in rural areas,” she noted and declared her intention to focus on research in electronics and behavioural ecology.
    14. 14. sports Vijender Singh Beniwal (born Saina Nehwal (born March 17, 1990) is an October 29, 1985) is an Olympic Indian badminton player ranked 4 in the Medalist Indian boxer from world by Badminton World Federation from Dhindar, Hisar district,Haryana, India Kalwash, Bhiwani district in Haryana.
    15. 15. Kuldeep Dantewadia receiving the citation from M. R. Jaishankar, CMD, Brigade Group. Suhas Gopinath was announced as "Young Global Leader" for 2008-2009 by the World Economic Forum, Davos. In that position he would be involved in development programs across the world. Chief Guest and Magsaysay award recipient Harish Hande (centre) with other dignitaries, award winners and the YAA team.
    16. 16. March 17, 1977, Sandeep had his schooling from Frank Anthony Public School in Bangalore. After passing out of the National Defence Academy, he was commissioned in the 7th Battalion of Bihar Regiment in 1999. He was deputed to NSG in January 2007. Sandeep led his men into Taj Thursday. During the gunbattle he was separated from his men but continued taking on the terrorists, according to NSG Director General J.K. Dutt. A file photo of Major Sandeep Unnikrishna, who was killed in Mumbai To prevent his colleagues from getting caught in the crossfire, Sandeep told them to keep away. He was grievously injured and died on Friday.
    17. 17. In Development • Some of these students would be the policy makers in the country helping the government to make policies, some would be scientists helping the country to innovate things, some would be law makers making sure the law in the country is fair etc. • It is the need of the hour for the government, social organizations and students to work in close cooperation for the advancement of the country. Senior students can assist law-enforcing agencies in their work. They can help police in their action against anti-state elements like drug addicts, criminals and smugglers • The students today would be the teachers of tomorrow . They will be giving their country back whatever their country has given them. This is how a country develops and this is how many developing nations in the world have become fully developed. There are students who receive some of their education in their home country and then go abroad to get a higher degree
    18. 18. CONCLUSION Today things have changed and once again we are a free nation however, the glory of the past is yet to be achieved. Our economy, social system and glory need to be revived and boosted. India can become a highly developed nation like America, England, Germany, France and Canada if and only if the students contribute their might for making India a powerful country for reckoning in the world. It is essential that the students discharge all their duties and work sincerely. They should understand the problems of free India and Endeavour their best to solve them. In the life and the progress of the nation, the role of discipline is very vital. The student should develop the habit of discipline in order to face any given situation with great confidence and success. It is also necessary to make personal sacrifice for the sake of the country. Honesty is another important trait that enables people to discharge their duties and responsibilities in a proper manner. This should be learnt and developed during the student life itself. The students can revive the lost glory of India with a strong will, sacrifice, honesty and character.
    19. 19.  Thank you  Prepared by, Teja Babu.S Presented by, Vishnu Prasad.K