Every student at one point or another in their lives dreams of going to the best college in their respective fields, but many times they need to leave their home to fulfill it. There are many factors, which make the students go the hostel like rules in university, different locations, ease of transportation, or even for the experience. Students hesitate to go to the hostel for various reasons. Here are some positive impacts of hostel life on a student.
I hope this will help you have a clearer idea about hostel life and its impacts.
Hostel life without any fail makes the students independent and teaches them almost all the everyday life activities like washing clothes to getting snacks for themselves. Hostel life also makes students independent in terms of spending and saving their money. In the hostel, students have to study on their own as there is no one to monitor them, resulting in they become mature in terms of deciding what they want to do in their lives.
In the hostel, students learn discipline as they need to live by some rules formed by the authorities. Also, students have to manage themselves, other things on their own like to complete a task before the deadline in effect, they become more punctual and responsible. They learn many skills needed in an individual.
Hostel life teaches a student how to react to failure and how to move on in life. When at home, with family, the students have constant support. But when in the hostel, students have to face the failures by themselves. As a result, students get mentally powerful.
When staying in the hostel, students learn the most important primary skill, communication. Students need to communicate with various people such as cleaning staff, mess staff, other fellow inmates, and even the guards present in the hostel. Communication is an essential requirement when staying in a hostel. It is one of the primary positive impacts of hostel life on a student. As a result, it prepares the students for different phases of their lives.
In the hostel, students learn to accept others irrespective of race, religion, caste, and creed. In the hostel, everyone lives with similar facilities. For this reason, there is no partiality or biasing based on any social group. In hostels, students celebrate festivals of every kind together and also share the food. And, even stay together in sharing rooms without having thoughts of social differences in their mind. As a result, it implants a very healthy behavior of respecting and accepting a human irrespective of their color, origin, or religion.
In the hostel, you need people to communicate. You stay alone away from the family, and as every human needs some human interaction in their day, you, therefore, learn to make friends. Students learn to help others identically learn to ask for help. Students learn to make people comfortable with them when they are under stress. And eventually, learn to celebrate their happiness and achievements with others.
In the hostel, the students need to keep their rooms and themselves clean on their own, as there is no one to take care of them but themselves. The students need to wash their clothes, clean their room and buy food and other requirements timely. For this reason, it makes a student organized as they have to manage all this work with their studies and extra co-curricular activities.
In the hostel, students learn to adjust as they have to share their room, mess area, washroom, bathing area, and other things. By this, they learn to share and compromise as facilities designed are not according to their needs. They learn to share with others and to live with minimum facilities. They learn to manage with the food prepared in the mess as there will not be any specialized treatments for them.
Hostel make a student’s life. Hostel teaches you everything, starting from cleaning to communicating. Hostel life, when lived with discipline, can lead a student to a very healthy lifestyle and with various life skills. It prepares the student for the future and makes them a strong personality.
These were some positive impacts of hostel life on a student when they use the freedom given to them positively.
All in all, in the hostel, you get a family out of a bunch of complete strangers, you share many ups and downs with them of a very crucial phase of your life, you cry over your bad results with them, you get tensed before the exams with the fear of failing (together), you start your twenties with them, you end your teenage with them, you cry over your heartbreaks with them and, you share some of the most cherished moments of your life with them.
BE HAPPY, BE CRAZY, ENJOY THE LIFE!!!