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Myself being a teacher has major role to mold the students to various forms and shape. The nation lies in the hands of youth and its exactly the teacher who can mold the youth so that the nation well developed. It has all been my dream to pass the nation to the younger with all the assets that we do enjoy today for tomorrow. The world has become so materialistic such that we do exploits nature to obtain many things out of it thereby depriving the needs for the younger in the future.
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