Importance of sanitation – HelpMyStudy

Importance of sanitation

Date: April 27, 2016
Importance of sanitation

Education in its broadest, general sense is the means through which the aims and habits of a group of people lives on from one generation to the next. Generally, it occurs through any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels or acts. In its narrow technical sense, education is the formal process by which society deliberately transmits its accumulated knowledge, skills, customs, and values from one generation to another.
And the one who got or who has knowledge of such things is known as an educated person. Especially while talking about education, us people directly have a vision of school in our mind. People think that one of the best places where education can be gotten is school and it is obviously true as well because the things that children get to learn in school , they cannot learn from others. In our childhood, our fathers and mothers firstly taught us to talk and walk and after we became capable of such things, they started choosing one of the best schools where we could learn good things. And by learning such things, we could get success in our lives. At school, we found a different environment to grow up in and learnt many things about society, science, mathematics, language, and health.
But though we got such education, we are being careless about health and sanitation. Students know that eating panipuri, chatpate, etc are harmful for their health, yet they seem indifferent. They don’t care about the pollution around the vendors stall where they are readily having such raw and unhealthy food. Why is such a problem in the rise daily? It is because they were not taught the danger of eating such foods by their teachers. And even if they were, they are acting negligently. This puts them at a great health risk.
In the name of eating breakfast, children take money from their parents. But their parents are apathetic about the quality of food their children are having. One of the main causes of increasing in eating such things is the parent’s indifference as they could prepare meals for their children instead of handing out money as an easy alternative. This would reduce the number of children eating such foods. Mainly in summer, many children are attracted towards such things and ever so slowly, they contract various diseases through which their health becomes worse.
So, it should be stopped as soon as possible as children are the future pillar of the nation. And to solve such problems, we should take a step against it.

By :Bina Lama.
Samriddhi College .

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