National Values: Self Reliance



Welcome to class!

In today’s class, we’re going to be talking about the National Values: Self Reliance. I trust you will enjoy the class!

National Values: Self Reliance

Self-reliance is a fundamental national value that encourages individuals to be independent and self-sufficient. It plays a crucial role in personal development and national progress.

What is Self-Reliance?

National Values: Self Reliance

Self-Reliance is the ability to do things and make decisions by oneself, without relying on external assistance.

Characteristics of Self-Reliance

  1. Humility: Recognizing one’s strengths and limitations without arrogance.
  2. Focus: Concentrating efforts on achieving personal and communal goals.
  3. Passion: Having a strong drive to pursue interests and ambitions.
  4. Love to Learn: Embracing new knowledge and skills throughout life.
  5. Self-Belief: Trusting in one’s abilities to overcome challenges.
  6. Adaptability: Being flexible and able to adjust to new situations.

Importance of Self-Reliance

National Values: Self Reliance

– Boosts Confidence: It helps individuals believe in their capabilities.

– Promotes Creativity: Encourages innovative solutions to problems.

– Reduces Dependency: Lessens the burden on others and the state.

– Economic Value: Contributes to the production of goods and services.

Developing Self-Reliance

– Identifying Talents: Discovering one’s natural abilities and skills.

– Nurturing Skills: Practicing and improving upon one’s talents.

– Self-Discovery: Learning more about oneself and one’s potential.

– Motivation: Staying driven and persistent in personal growth efforts.

Consequences of Lack of Self-Reliance

– Dependency: Over-reliance on others can lead to a lack of initiative.

– Reduced Productivity: Without self-reliance, individuals may not reach their full potential.

– Economic Strain: A society with less self-reliant individuals may face economic challenges.

Self-Reliance in Religion and National Values

– Religious Teachings: Many religions advocate for self-reliance as a virtue that leads to moral and spiritual growth.

– Civic Duty: As citizens, being self-reliant is part of contributing effectively to the nation’s development.

– Cultural Expectations: Cultural norms often encourage self-reliance as a means of personal honor and societal respect.

Self-reliance is a key national value that empowers individuals and strengthens societies. It is essential for junior secondary school students to understand and cultivate this value to become responsible and productive citizens.

We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class!

In the next class, we shall be discussing Meaning and Characteristics of Culture.

In case you require further assistance or have any questions, feel free to ask in the comment section below, and trust us to respond as soon as possible. Cheers!

Get more class notes, videos, homework help, exam practice on Android [DOWNLOAD]

Get more class notes, videos, homework help, exam practice on iPhone [DOWNLOAD]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Don`t copy text!