Updated: Oct 17
World Students Day is observed on October 15 each year. The former Indian President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam's birthday is commemorated on this day. Dr. Kalam dedicated his whole life to the improvement of children's education and welfare throughout India. In 2023, the focus is on the topic “FAIL: stands for First Attempt in Learning.”
Being a student is a rollercoaster ride of emotions and experiences. It's demanding but rewarding. However be it, I’m fond of it. I want to enjoy this phase of life till it lasts. Read more below...
Edlodge recognises World Students Day: 14th October
Monday: Another hectic week begins! As a student, my day usually starts with a scramble to find my textbooks and finish any last-minute assignments. I have to juggle between attending lectures, completing projects, and preparing for upcoming exams. A caffeine boost becomes my best friend during late-night study sessions.
Tuesday: My class schedule is always packed. From math to literature, my brain is constantly processing information. However, I love the challenge. Engaging discussions and collaborating with classmates make the learning experience truly enriching. Sometimes, though, I wish we had a little more time for practical application of the concepts we study.
Wednesday: Ah, the middle of the week feels refreshing! I take this opportunity to participate in extracurricular activities like sports or clubs. It's not just about building skills or enhancing my resume; it's also about making lasting friendships and enjoying a well-rounded education. These activities help me find a balance between work and play.
Thursday: Today is a reality-check day. I have to face the looming deadlines for assignments and projects. Time management becomes a crucial skill to prioritize tasks and stay on top of my academic responsibilities. The stress can be overwhelming, but I remind myself that hard work pays off.
Friday: Finally, the much-awaited weekend arrives! Although I am tempted to relax and unwind, I must resist distractions and use this time to catch up on readings and review class notes. Being disciplined during the weekend ensures a smoother following week. A little break here and there is deserved, though!
Saturday: The weekend isn't all about studying. I take some time for self-care and indulge in hobbies, whether it's playing an instrument or binge-watching a favorite TV series. Spending quality time with loved ones is also essential, reminding me of the bigger picture beyond academia.
Sunday: The calm before the storm. I prepare myself mentally for the upcoming week by organizing my materials, making a to-do list, and taking some time for reflection. It's essential to start the new week with a positive and focused mindset, ready to embrace new challenges and opportunities.
Being a student is a rollercoaster ride of emotions and experiences. It's demanding but rewarding. However be it, I’m fond of it. I want to enjoy this phase of life till it lasts.