I read in a very big school/college. Its building comprises five storeys. My classroom lies on the ground floor. My classroom is situated only at a little distance from the administrative block It has spacious verandahs on two sides. It has two doors which ensure cross ventilation. There is also a large window in one of the walls. On both sides, beyond the verandahs, there are small passages and then grassy lawns which also have some flower plants growing in flower pots.
My classroom is quite spacious. It is airy and well-ventilated. It has four ceiling fans in it which are sufficient for all the students sitting on twenty chairs and desks which are installed in the room. There is also a noiseless desert cooler installed in one corner of the room. Pictures of eminent persons, students’ paintings, maps, and Himalayan scenery bedeck the walls of my classroom. There is a low dais along one wall of the room. On the dais are placed one chair and a table for the teacher. Behind the dais, there is a whiteboard for the teacher to write on with a marker pen. This whiteboard confronts the students sitting on chairs.
My classroom is a mixed fare for different kinds of students. Fortunately, I belong to the second category of students. It is, in fact, in the classroom that a student’s personality is really formed. It is for this reason that I sit in the classroom most attentively. It is only the foolish, noisy few who sometimes spoil the real taste of studies, as they can’t appreciate the value of studies and have to repent later in life.