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Examination as a Healthy Wellbeing

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In many instances we are being compared constantly with the top scorers as a recurring scenario. The scores can be considered with the earned value of each household. It differs, and so are the scores. The parents back home and the teachers especially the friends all act as catalysts in the process. A friend in need, is a friend in deed proves meritorious. I myself with the fear of assessment did not take up any coaching being a slightly above average student at school, but I analysed and did what I could and that was self-study. It worked for me to be a doctorate today and I did try with my children too and it has worked wonders. 

As an academician, there are parents who come to see me to check their ward performance. I believe and also analyse to revert that when any ward is responsible enough, you have won half the battle. Rest is for them to work their study. So the first thing in every individual student is to be willing to go for it. There have been entrepreneurs and successful people without proper education but believe me they have had harder lessons and exams than you, because most of the exam questions were out of syllabus. 

It is easy to say to stay calm when you can actually listen to your heartbeat and the nervousness is obvious but proves you to be normal. Be focussed, prepare well, good sleep, adequate food (exam fear kills the urge to eat), hydrate yourself and just do it. Respect the Quality of life

  • Quintessential basics
  • Uncertainty to preparedness
  • Armed with knowledge and skills
  • Learn for self not others
  • Intent to grow forward
  • Time
  • Yourself

A cross-section between the assessment effectiveness and the student’s fraternity shows that the statutory mind-set of the all the student performers ranging from the low to slow learners to good performers. They tend to construct their own learning environment in many cases with minimum inputs from mentors sometimes no inputs at all, whether at home or at school. also termed as Minimally Invasive Education or Non-Evasive Education

Low to average students’ performance of continued schooling journey resultants in poor predictors of performance. They have the efficacy to improve their prediction accuracy being less into contact hours at schooling. My opinion states that the physical attendance helps a student merely pass and studying only improves scores. 

It is advisable that all the feedback should be constructive. Only that can build the weaknesses and threats of the students into strengths and opportunities. Further will carry them to Problem-Focused Coping Strategies that will ensure social and emotional wellbeing too. The learning while studying makes them self-reliant for a future citizen of the nation. 

Healthy mental health of students is the important aspect to be discussed and to-be taken care by all of us and the scores will continue to be good.

Written by Dr. Salla Vijay Kumar.

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Dr. Salla Vijay Kumar
Dr. Salla Vijay Kumar, is senior lecturer at Institute of Hotel Management (IHM) Ahmedabad, widely considered to be one of the India's best hospitality and hotel management schools. He holds a Ph.D. in Management from Kadi Sarva Vishwavidyalaya (KSV), an M.Phil from Madurai Kamaraj University (MKU), and a B.Sc. (H & H.A.) degree from IGNOU from Institute of Hotel Management (IHM) Ahmedabad. He has 5 years of International & National industrial exposure at Holiday Inn, Ahmedabad, Baisan International, Bahrain, and Sarovar Group, Ahmedabad, and teaching at Baisan Institute of Hotel Management, Bahrain; he is serving IHM Ahmedabad since 2002.

Dr. Salla Vijay Kumar is an opinion columnist for the CEOWORLD magazine. Connect with him through LinkedIn.