Associations in tertiary institutions plays various roles towards giving satisfactory services to the students belonging to the association during their stay in school, be it the department, the faculty, the cultural association, the religious association or the SUG level. We have already seen one way they can drive improved grades for the members of the association. See here.
At this time, most schools in Nigeria, both government owned and private ones have concluded their terminal examinations and going on end of the term holiday. A long duration of learning has again ended, time for the students to get some fun and rest and the teachers to replenish lost fuel.
In a world where morality has taken a down slide, and peer pressure is on the increase, it is a big challenge to train up a child successfully, especially when they are still very young. The world around them through its media and even the masses promotes rebellion against authorities; parents and teachers in this regard. Children are also exposed to many their age group who are not well trained and can be of bad influence. That is why proper discipline is essential to shape up a child for the best in the future.