The new year is here for new hopes and new beginnings to students life. This is the best time of the year to take resolutions. The apt people who can experiment and learn life values through resolutions are students.
A student life although has a lot of duties is not bound with bigger responsibilities like that of a working adult; meaning, failures are easy to take up as students. Learning from mistakes is the best part of it. So here are 10 new year resolutions for students to take from those lessons:
Wake up early
Well, this is one thing most of them frown about. I can hear you screaming, "Why the hell is it necessary to wake up early?" You might be a night person. But at your leisure, try experiment the early morning studying mode. You might be amazed at how your concentration levels are on peak and find it easier to finish studying your lessons quick.
Well, this is one ultimate goal of every student, isn't it? More the marks, happier a student life can get. So get geared up for a rocking year ahead where your scores soar high up to centum. Just kidding! Aim high and have a good action plan for better grades. Sticking to your resolution can help you achieve centum for real some day.
Plan your career
No time is too late or early to build upon career ambitions. Career trends might change but passion towards a field of work is usually built inside since early days of life. So build on your career plans right away. It could change with time. But different plan is better than no plan. Making a career plan helps you to travel towards your academics easier.
Does the word ring a bell? Most of us would have thought that this is the trait of a military school or those with OCD. It really is not, trust me. Being punctual helps you to meet deadlines in studies and in future at your workplace very easily. If you make a plan, it is important to stick to it to progress in student life. If you don't value your plans, who else will? So be on time in your goals as well as varsity to get your way up to the diligence ladder.
The luxury of present could make you procrastinate your doing assignments or studying. But tomorrow do you want to be in a better position or a regreting position? Working today for tomorrow is better than piling up a whole load for a single day and then paying for all the misused times. Consciously weeding out procrastination will not only finish your works on time but also give you loads of time for leisure and fun. Try it out!
Making an impression
This one is a tricky concept. Having a good impression from your teachers and peers could have been your long yearned desire. Whats the point of secretly hoping for that magic to happen? Follow the above mentioned goals religiously and you will be able to strike the right chords with the people in your varsity. Just remember to make a good impression with everyone and the thought will lead you.
Getting into the industry
You know that you have been studying to fetch a job some day. Why keep waiting for some day? Check out for the companies that offer internship in your field of interest. If you are too young for an internship, try taking a field visit to those workplaces. If you want to become a scientist, visit ISRO and get to learn their work nature. A bonafide certificate from your varsity can help you get entry into such places. Or even better, try organising an educational trip with your classmates and learn industry insights!
Too much of hardcore things could get you into a monotonous loop and make you get bored of academics. It is important to get creative every now and then to avoid such things. Innovate different methods of study like using your favourite tune to byheart a definition or identifying your ideal place of study, etc.
Every student knows that having more friends in life is more of an asset as networking plays a vital role in coming up in life. Beware of choosing the right kind of friends. Otherwise, enjoy your popularity as long as it lasts and keep making new friends whenever you can.
Be an all rounder
Do not underestimate the value of extra-curriculars. Its okay if you are not an athlete but participating in a race for a first time will get you a debut and help you become better not just in that sport but in your personality too. Participate in as many competitions as you can. You may never know how much it helps you in future.