The secret to time management for students

The secret to time management for students

Teaching time management to children at school. Thapar International School is the best school in Yamuna Nagar.

1. A day of twenty-four hours

24 hours is what everyone has. To put your best foot forward and be productive in those 24 hours, pushing your limits, challenging your thoughts is the real struggle. You may feel exhausted and tired by your mundane jobs but if you wish to achieve something extraordinary you will have to invest your time regularly to achieve the exceptional. Time Management and Pressure are the two major tests taught at TIS. We understand the crucial requirement of such skills in the cut-throat competitive market and this is the reason we rise to the necessities. Our faculties take into deep consideration the development of the finest prowess in our students so that they feel confident and determined in the practical aspects.

"Time is more valuable than money. You can get more money, but you cannot get more time." - Jim Rohn The above sentiment expiates the longing of a man in one sentence.


Well, as humans we are excited and attracted by the surroundings that seem suspicious or display any kind of emotion. Sometimes, we are also distracted by objects and emotionless artifacts. This is a major concern. While a child is studying, he should ascertain in his subconscious mind, what to do and what not to do. In this way, he can easily ignore distractions and concentrate on his studies. It is important to focus on what is at hand than rather think about irrelevant matters. Therefore, the power of concentration needs to be taught and encouraged in order to raise good listeners and keen observers. At TIS, we understand and fully acknowledge the power of the subconscious mind. Hence, our teachers are dedicated to nurturing an environment where students can enhance their power of attention towards detail. Such an in-depth analysis will help them throughout their life.

"Once you have mastered time, you will understand how true it is that most people overestimate what they can accomplish in a year - and underestimate what they can achieve in a decade!" -- Tony Robbins

3. Killing Procrastination

Procrastination is the biggest foe to success. “Procrastination is the thief of time, collar him.”

― Charles Dickens, David Copperfield

Delay and Procrastination always keep you away from executing the task. You will keep putting it off until the moment of panic arises. And at that time, the pile of work is pretty huge and back breaking. One thing to solve this situation is to make yourself a to-do list and keep checking off the tasks one by one. In this manner, targets are achieved which boosts you and inspires you to keep working and check the complete list. This also speeds you up and you realise to be in a competition with your own self. At TIS, we teach and instruct students to be on their toes and never procrastinate any task. The home work given by the teachers ascertains that no student misses the class or the assigned work. It is vital to keep up with the regular pace of the class. Not only that, punctuality teaches us discipline which is very crucial to live a healthy and valuable life. If you want your time to be valued, respect other people’s time.