Graeat Watangul wrora, well done.
Originally Posted by WatanGul
Actually there is a negative perception found about the participation of students in politics. Many friends refers it a destruction of a student’s future.
But the thing is that I know hundreds of students who were not active in student politics but they didn’t give any input to the society. We are talking about the student politics which mean a student, who should study thoroughly in their institute and then should take part in student politics.
Originally Posted by Khayal
Our society is being depoliticized by the non-democratic and non-political elements through a conspiracy. Academic institutions are the main hub which produces leadership but sadly during Ziaul Haq’s 11 year dictatorship rule, this institute was brutally spoiled by creating Kalashnikov Culture though Isalmi Jamiat Talaba and banning student union.
Now our youth are allergic with the term “Politics”. It is not wasting the time to watch a day long cricket match but to spend an hour in student politics along with their studies is referred to waste the time. What is the result? Now we are weeping why the new political leadership is becoming in the mainstream political arena. We are also students belonging to lower or middle class and according to your above opinion, lower or middle class student should not participate in politics, just concentrate to their studies. It means you are referring the politics just to upper class.
To become socially-economically stable is not associated with to study with concentration. There are hundreds of students which are wandering with their degrees for job hunting.
I also did my Master from University of Karachi with distinction and then worked in high reputable organizations but the main reason behind all my professional success is to participate actively in student politics with a constructive and progressive manner. I was remained active in Pakhtoon Students Federation (PkSF) in Federal Urdu Science College Karachi and University of Karachi and kept the main offices like Secretary Information and Member CEC. Besides that, I actively participate in the other national and international forums. I am proud that I have spent a valuable time in student politics from which I learnt much more which was not possible without my participation in student politics. There are shortcomings in student politics like the apathy of political parties and civil society towards this important segment of society but it doesn’t mean that we have to oppose it.
In the history of Pashtoon national movement, the PkSF, PSO, even DSF played its important role and doubtlessly they created the leadership.
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