Answersheet for
CSIR NET June 2017

Time Management for Students

Nov 29, 2016

“The best thing about the future is that it comes one day at a time.”

                                                                           – Abraham Lincoln

"I do not have the time!" This is the shortest, easiest outcome escapist attitude toward the expectations and responsibilities. Most of us live very complicated lives and hectic, and it became mandatory to some extent before being occupied. During these times of dynamic are the students and educated young people who need to master the art of knowing how and where to invest their time.

There is an abundance of knowledge with the increasing popularity of the Internet and the resources of another study, presents itself here on the importance of qualitative growth. Here are some of the ways in which students can expand their capacities while put in the same amount of time, but somehow planned and carried out well:

• Get motivated, stay motivated.

• Break down your workload into chunks and understand the importance of what needs your attention the most.

• Keep in consideration the time, surroundings and resources that escalate your performance.

• Use a planning tool (to do list, worksheet etc.) to prioritise and allocate your efforts. It is equally important to execute as planned.

• Know and understand the difference between what is urgent and what needs your attention based on what the results of your actions will be.

Group, realistic goals and work short and smooth manner well regulated to ensure the achievement of those goals. It has a clear vision of the goal and do not let the perceptions and opinions of those around you deter from the path that has been chosen.

It should be the highlight of your struggle against time your control more than expected as well as unexpected results. Remember, we are all no more than 24 hours a day.