Students should set goals and make roadmap for sure success
CM provides amicable solution to problems of students
Bhopal, June 10, 2018 (Ataullah Faizan): Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that laptops will be given to all students who obtain more than 75 percent marks. He was addressing the counseling session of second phase of “Mukhya Mantri Career Counselling initiative- Hum Chhoo Lenge Aasman” here today. This special event was organized to give career guidance to the students who got less than 70 percent under the joint aegis of School Education, Higher Education, Tribal Welfare, Technical Education and Skill Development Departments. Students heard the Chief Minister’s message transmitted live through Doordarshan and Akashvani and also asked career related questions through Akashvani’s phone-in programme. The Chief Minister answered the questions of the students as a sensitive guardian. The Chief Minister said that career counselling centres will be started in the Utkrisht Vidyalayas in every district. In case the counselling session ends and any student still need counselling, he/she can obtain guidance at these centres. The Chief Minister said that there is no need to panic or be disappointed due to less marks. New options have come up in career. There is need for skilled human resources in every sector. He called upon the students to respect their parents, teachers and guides.
Continue to read the topic which you feel happy to read, enjoy. Choose the career that is close to your mind. He said that first decide the goal. Then make a clean roadmap and work hard on the roadmap. You will surely succeed. Citing examples of great personalities like Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore, Mahatma Gandhi, Amitabh Bachchan, Sachin Tendulkar, Mahakavi Kalidas, Tulsidas, Swami Vivekanand, George Washington, the Chief Minister said that despite getting less marks in their examinations they have done great work in their lives. Their works are remembered by the world. These personalities are source of inspiration for several generations.
Mr. Chouhan said that there should be the desire to achieve something for success. He said that it is quite difficult for students passing out of 10th and 12th to choose subjects and career to move on in life. They need proper guidance hence career guidance arrangement has been made. Career guidance is available at every district and block level. He urged the students to go to career guides, hold discussions with them and tell them their interests. They should seek guidance for their future and then decided on their path.