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School is a special environment, where certain qualities of life and certain types of activities and occupations arc provided with the object of child's development. School is a mini society, where all types of faith, creeds, religions, secular values etc. are developed and school plays an important role in a democratic social set up. Students of today are the citizen of tomorrow. It is said that such in a societal system schools arc the backbone of the society. We can say school is a mini society.

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It can be said that the Pathshala is a inner part of society and its structure further provides an opportunity to learn about the society.

Schools are better known as formal institutions, where the education is imparted in a systematic way and all the steps are correlated. It is for a definite period in schools, colleges and universities etc. The aim of education, rules for teaching, curriculum, etc. are fixed. The whole system of education is well planned. Everything is under rules and regulations. It cannot be imparted without school.

A community is a solid group with some degree of 'we feeling" and living in a given area. Community is a cluster of proper living within a narrow territorial radius which shows a common way of life. Schools are mini society and the success depends on the relations with society. Commonly school is that school which develops the characteristics of community in the students and prepares them for the progress of the community.

Schools are nearer to the community. As such the schools which are nearer to other schools, they both form the shape of a community. They learn from each- oilier and help in forming a social survey club. They solve the problems of the schools and help in maintaining the environment free of pollution. They may arrange social service weeks to solve the problem of neighbours like roads, sanitation and other co-related programs.

School in the societal system means the society, an ability to behave in the society according to social expectations and social norms. Human being possesses unique characteristics which ...

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