Yandamoori’s tips to students

Staff Reporter

VIJAYAWADA: Writer and personality development motivator Yandamoori Veerendranath on Saturday advised students to develop love for their subjects and strictly follow a timetable from the beginning of the academic year. He said that it would become easy for students to remember the subjects, if they loved the lessons.

“If they see it as a pain, they can never get a command over the subjects,” he remarked.

Managing stress

Conducting a workshop on ‘Stress Management’ organised by Rotary Club of Vijayawada Midtown at Montessori Mahila Kalasala here, Mr. Veerendranath said that students should wake up at 5 am every day and begin their studies from 5.30 a.m..

“Early hours of the day is called as ‘Brahmi Muhurtam’ and one can remember forever whatever they read during the time,” he said.

He advised students to begin their day with a smile by watching themselves in a mirror for five seconds.

A prayer for five minutes before beginning the studies would help them a lot, he added.

Faulty parenting

Mr. Veerendranath observed that many parents tended to commit the blunder of permitting their children to watch television after study hours.

But it would spoil the concentration of children, as their focus would remain on television programmes rather than the syllabus. Instead, parents could allow children to watch television before the study hours, he suggested.

“Talk less and achieve more is the success sutra. If you observe the achievers, you can find that all of them talk less and focus on achieving their goals,” Mr. Veerendranath said.

Rotary district governor P. Sadanand, club president M. Sridhar and secretary Srinivas Arya were present.

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