Different Ways of Providing Social Service by Students

Different Ways of Providing Social Service by Students

social service is service and facilities provided to common people by the government or richer people. for example facilities like those of education, medical teatment,free travel free clothing etc. let us see how students can provide social service in different ways.

   first of all, students can play the educational role in very successful manner. they can teach illiterate people in villages and towns whenever they have free time. a school or college student can teach a class of workers at times during a week.

  secondly students can have discussions with common  people everywhere on our social and political duties.we know how many f our social problems like putting garbage at proper places on roads and keeping the streets clean are important. our stuudents can tell the people how to do it. rather they can take part in cleaning and mending themselves.

    thirdly, students can work within social service organizations like Edhi trust, Ansar Burney trust, Red crescent etc. to provide help and guidance to the suffering humanity. they can in their spare time assist helpless, poor and ill people in reaching hospitals. They can take out people from flood and earthquake areas to safer areas.

    Fourthly, students can arrange clubs for entertainment of children of poor people. these can be girls clubs organized by rich girls nad boys clubs organized by rich boys. Who knows many of these poor players will be famous players of tomorrow bringing honor to their country.

   in fact, social services on part of students can become a habit and hobby. there are many many ways in which students can be of service to society some of which  have been explained above.

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