An Exemplary scholar Human being have to adapt to a complex life style in today’s competitive world This complexity is enhanced due to the development of science and technology, Telecommunication and differences in the tastes of people .however the more You understand the differences in expectations and desires of people you can Live without imitating others. Imitating without considering whether something Is fruitful or not has become a social issue today. Improving desirable qualities is essential in this context. Qualities of amicable living .important among them are trying to be happy constantly, contentment ,an unassuming life. The aim of this lesson is to help you to identify the social problems that you will have to face if you do not practice these qualities and to inculcate the skills that you will require to make these desirable qualities relevant to your day to day life. Mrs. Swarnamalie , a teacher at rendenigama perakum Maha vidyala initiated a new venture with the grade 9 students. In the very first week of the new school term . that was to prepare a monthly wall news paper for the subject life competence and citizenship education. Student had to design this monthly wall news paper containing articles, creative writing , extracts, photographs etc. according to a theme given by the teacher . it was named as ‘skillful thoughts’ and five students were appointed as the board of editors of this wall newspaper . After writing on the blackboard several characteristics which essential for a quality life , the teacher asked her students to find articles which highlight the ideas written on the board for this month’s newspaper. According to the instructions of the teacher all the students had submitted their articles after a week. Even the teacher had submitted one article. Some of the articles which were selected by the teacher and the board of editors for the wall newspaper are included in this lesson There was a great scholar in Bengal, India called ishware Chandra windya sagara who was very popular among the people. From his childhood, this scholar had tried to understand himself. Climbing the ladder of success step by step, he became a supervisor of Sanskrit school in which he had studied. Later he became a supervisor of Sanskrit school in Bengal Even after achieving so much recognition, he did not stop wearing his Bengali national dress which was made of the cheapest white cloth. He travelled third class in trains. He spent most of his salary on the education of clever students who could not afford to pay for their studies and on the illnesses of the poor. He was a kind person in the real sense of the word. He was simple and humble too. One day he got into a third class compartment of a train to go to a town called ‘Badrawan’ in Calcutta. The train reached that town late in the evening . At the station , this great scholar overheard a young person, who was dressed in western clothes, shouting at the station Master. The young person who as travelled second class in the train was blaming the station Master. The station Master ad there was no porter to carry his luggage The young person demanded that he should be provided with a porter some how. The station master was explaining that there were no porters and even the available porters would not like to carry luggage for a small amount of money at that time of the night.