Student politics is one of the most discussed topics today. The question arises whether students should take part in political activities is a subject drawing difference of opinion.

Some say yes, they should. The positive ones quote their views as “Yes, students should actively take part in politics. Today’s generation is tomorrow’s citizens. They can sense the future better because they are the future.”

These days, we find many students actively indulging in politics. Trying to make strategies for future political influences. Politics here is now treated as an active part of the student influence. Now, a question arises, “why politics here is treated as an active part in the student field.”

The answer may be the students are young India. They are someone who decides the future of our country.  Getting indulge in politics at an early stage will give them better exposure to the political side of the country. When someone learns something on their own, they tend to learn it with more effectiveness.  It will help them to gain knowledge on their own and will be exposed to different areas of their interests as well.  After gaining knowledge students will be able to develop fine qualities like public speaking. History has witnessed the fine leaders with good speaking skills. They knew how to deliver a speech as they represented the whole country.

Training at an early stage will help the students to develop a personality. The student will get to know more than one way to serve his/her motherland.

A great say, “Politics educates youth to think critically, act responsibly, lead effectively, and live humanly.”

Talking about the odds of student politics, somewhere politics at the college level is a disadvantage to studies.  Politics is not some 9 to 5 job. It demands time and patience. Due to politics at the college level, certain students have started to be rebellious. Many students have started indiscipline in college and been excluded from certain educational centers. There are some political parties who are now using students for their political benefits.

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