Why schools in Pakistan should teach students to be kind and supportive of each other rather than being stubborn and jealous.
“Unity is strength… when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.” This quote really sums up how a goal can be achieved and harmony established between people, unfortunately in Pakistan, students have no idea of how vital teamwork is and how supporting one another can be really vital for the growth of our society in the long run.
In most rural areas in Pakistan, schools do not provide ample amount of exercises which engages the students in working together and developing trust and support for each other. This is a major reason of students being stubborn and sometimes jealous of other accomplishments. Schools do not provide any sort of lectures of speeches which urges students to work together as a team and to achieve a goal while working together, thus, students do not know the importance and how easy it is to achieve wonderful things by working together.
Being kind to each other and supportive of each other in a team or individually is vital for the growth of a society, especially in Pakistan, people criticize each other a lot and do not praise. Hence, it is the duty of parents and schools to teach students from a very young age to support each other and encourage teamwork. All of this is important because the more people are supportive of each other in a society, the more strength is available for everyone to draw upon. Schools in Pakistan, should teach children that it is very lucky for anyone to be a part of team because when you are in a team, you are responsible for one another and must be loyal to one another, this in turn, teaches students to trust each other more and builds a strong bond between the student body.
There are so many advantages of working together and being supportive of each other, such as higher efficiency, faster speed and more innovative ideas, but the dilemma is that many schools in Pakistan, take this for granted and do not emphasize on how important teamwork actually is, they do not focus on engaging students in activities which will encourage them to work together and build a strong foundation. Schools in Pakistan, really need to accept the fact that in order for a society to strive greatly, they need to teach students to work as a team and that students need to encourage each other in every part of life, because, as famously said, “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.”