Thursday, 27 June 2019

PARAGAPH ON RAGGING

PARAGAPH ON RAGGING

Ragging means ‘laughing at’ or ‘playing a trick’ on somebody. It may also mean ‘teasing somebody’. In this sense ragging is not very objectionable because we can expect young students using it for fun and friendship. However, in some academic institutions, especially professional, ragging has assumed a bad connotation. In the name of ragging, senior students often subject junior students to physical and mental insult and torture. Sometimes, the victims fall seriously ill. They grow fear-psychosis resulting in mental imbalance. Some of them give up their studies altogether; and some of them even giving up life altogether. Despite the endeavour on part of the government and educational institutions, the situation has not changed. The raggers often argue that ragging helps the freshers to shake off their inertia and shyness, and helps them mingle with the campus life amicably. But such tactful excuses cannot minimize the gravity of the problem. Therefore, ragging should be banned in the interest of healthy academic atmosphere. Side by side, students should launch anti-ragging campaigns to make students aware of the dangers of ragging.

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