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Workshop on time management held at Mahesh high school

Published On : 10 Oct 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Mahesh High School, Mangalore organized a programme on ‘Time management’ for students and parents on Friday October 7.

The programme was conducted by resource person Dr Robert Clive, professor & Counselor, Crossland College, Brahmavar.

Addressing the parents and students, Dr Clive reiterated the value of time in our lives and spoke about the importance of how to manage time in order to be free from the last minute stress.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Ajith D’Souza, Principal of Mahesh PU College insisted that students should create a scheduled time-table which will enable them to organize their time equally between studies and time for relaxation.

This will help them immensely in the crucial time of board exams. He told about the ‘Exam friend’ which is a handy tool to improve the performance of the CBSE and State Board students of Karnataka in the 2016-17 board exams.

The programme was presided by headmistress Gayathri Devi. Shivani, student of X Std welcomed the gathering and the vote of thanks was proposed by Ismail.







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