Aim high, strive hard to reach them: Balalatha
Everyone should set up high goals in life and must strive hard to achieve them with commitment and dedication, advised the IAS Training Academy Director M Balalatha.
Jagtial: Everyone should set up high goals in life and must strive hard to achieve them with commitment and dedication, advised the IAS Training Academy Director M Balalatha.
She participated in a programme held at JNTU Kodimyala in Jagtial and delivered a motivation speech to the students, preparing for competitive examinations.
Addressing the students, the IAS Training Academy Director Balalatha said that everyone must think about the role he/she should play for the betterment of the society. Then they should fix a perfect goal in life and try to achieve it.
Education not only molds the life in a wonderful way but also highly helpful to live a happy life. “If you work hard at younger age then you can have a happy and comfortable life in future. If one spends all the time in enjoyment at this age, then they have to work hard in the rest of life,” she pointed out.
Balalatha advised the students to have a proper planning to prepare for competitive examinations. The civil services is one such best opportunity to the students through which one can serve from down trodden to higher class people.
Later, she gave suggestions on how to prepare for competitive examinations and cleared the doubts of the students and advised them to maintain perfect time table along with developing certain skills for achieving the set goals in their life.
District Collector Dr A Sharath said that good people will share their knowledge, teachers will teach subjects and the best teachers will teach how to live good and moral life along with teaching the subjects.
The students must concentrate on the subjects taught by their teachers. Former President Abdul Kalam said that one must dream and without sleeping one must strive hard to fulfill that dreams, suggested the Collector. Metpalli Sub-Collector Musharaf Farooqi, Rural Development Officer Dr G Narendar, JNTU Principal N V Ramana, Vice-Principal Raju and students were present along with others.