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What after 10 nd 10+2 Career Guidence
Most of the students in India are Confused what after 10 or 10+2 ??????

They fail to make decision as they lack knoweldge of 

Self introspection
Strength and weakness
There ability to perform task
They lack knowledge about the careers listed by there Government

One wrong decision will

 desert your inspiration 

your enthusiasm 

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Role of Education

Role of Education:

Now a day’s in competitive world education is necessary for man after food, clothing, and shelter. Education is the solution of any problem; it is the only education which promotes good habits, values and awareness towards anything like terrorism, corruption, politics and much more. Education is the strength to a person and education need to a person. Now a day’s technology plays an important role in continuing the communication of education through known and unknown persons. It is the only fundamental way by which a desired change and upliftment in the society can be taken into effect.

Life would be detrimental and disastrous without quality education. Hence it is the prime duty of mankind to try to make education available in every part of the world.

Education helps us in many ways, like-                                 

· Education makes people healthier.

· Education helps to save many lives.

· Education boosts economic growth.

· Education helps us to earn money.

· Education helps to raise crop.

· Education fosters peace in the society and among nations.

· Education helps to eradicate poverty.

· Educations promote rights for women and children in the society.

· Education encourages good governance, transparency, stability & keeps a check against corruption.

· Education helps people aware of their fundamental rights.

Hence, education plays a vital role in this modern world. It is not restricted to study hard and score good results. It also means to conquer new things towards the betterment of mankind. A well educated person is always given utmost respect in the society. An educated individual can create a big difference between wrong and right or evil and good. Education is a big social responsibility of every nation. Education of women is a must because the empowerment and knowledge of one woman can revolutionalise her family first and society at last. Education is useful till the last breath. It develops positive attitude in the people. It is the ultimate pathway of success.

Peer Pressure

What is peer pressure?

Peer pressure is being urged to do what your friends (peers) are doing, even if you don't really want to do it, in order to "fit in" with the group. For example, if you see your friends skipping school or smoking illegal drugs, you might go and do it -- not because you actually want to, but only to be able to hang with your friends. 

If all of your friends are smoking but you are the only one who's not they might be saying "try it its good" and they keep putting pressure on you more and more until you try it. 
It's a group thing; doing the same activities can bring the group closer together and bring a sense of belonging. It can be good when you're doing good stuff, but bad when the group gathers around bad stuff: shoplifting, smoking, skipping school, bullying others. 
There is also such a thing as "good" peer pressure. For example, if you need to finish an essay but your friends are telling you to go outside and play. You have to choose what's right to do, because the other students will all do their essays. No one is making you go outside and play, and you still want to, but you can stop yourself and finish your essay instead. 

Negative Effects

Decisions Go Wrong: When you do not like a particular idea or when you have no inclination towards a particular field, it is obvious that you won't like to go by it. For sure, you won't like to go that way. But it is your peer group, which may compel you on doing something you dislike. It's obvious that you won't be happy doing what you do. And you won't succeed. Succumbing to peer pressure in taking important decisions of your life can only land you in sorrow. For example, taking up a field or choosing a career just because your friends did so; without much thought to where your interest lies, can only make you unhappy.

Bad Habits are Cultivated: Peer pressure forces you to do things you are not comfortable doing. It can even lead you to adopt a certain kind of lifestyle, even if you don't really want to. You may not like partying every weekend, you may not be smoking. But peer pressure is powerful. It can turn you from an always-at-home boy/girl to a complete party animal. It can turn you from a total non-smoker to a chain-smoker. There are so many teenagers who take to drinking against their will, just because their peers force them to. In many cases, peer pressure has been the culprit in creating drug addicts. At that vulnerable age, teenagers do not understand that they are actually ruining their life by giving in to pressure from peers.

Identity is Lost: Peer pressure can lead to loss of individuality. Extreme peer pressure may lead you to follow what your peers feel right. Their pressure may compel you to go by everything they think is right. You follow them blindly; you adopt their tastes of fashion, clothing, hair, music and living at large. Peer pressure can actually lead you to lose your own taste. You feel forced to like what they like and do what they do. Peer pressure is the tendency to join the bandwagon; you lose your originality of thought and conduct. You forget the way you wanted to live. You lose your identity.

Positive Effects

Adopting Good Habits: Peer pressure is not always bad. It can help you reflect on yourself. Peers may teach you good things and encourage you to follow them. You may be able to change yourself for better. Looking at what others do, can help you bring a positive change in your way of thinking. If you can pick selectively, peer pressure can push you towards something positive. For example, when a child knows that some of his friends regularly read storybooks or that they have subscribed to a library, even he feels tempted to do so. He may get into the habit of reading because of his peers. Seeing that some of your friends exercise daily, even you may take up the habit. Positive peer pressure can lead you to adopt good habits in life.

Exposure to the World: Your peers, their choices and ways of life give you a glimpse of the world outside the four walls of your house. What they think about things in life, how they perceive situations, how they react in different circumstances can actually expose you to the world around. Being part of a larger group of peers exposes you to the variety in human behavior. This makes you reflect on your behavior and know where you stand. Peer pressure can lead you to make right choices in life.

Giving Up Bad Habits: If you are fortunate enough to get a good peer group, your peers can influence the shaping of your personality in a positive way. Their perspective of life can lead you to change yours. It's not pressure every time; sometimes it's inspiration, which makes you change for good. For example, positive peer pressure can make you quit smoking or give up bad habits that you may have. Your peers can inspire you to become more optimistic or more confident. Your peers may influence you to change and make you a better human being.

Slow learner

Who is a slow learner?

A slow learner can be described as a student who has the ability to learn necessary academic skills, but at a rate and depth below average when compared to their peers. In order to grasp new concepts, a slow learner needs more time, a number of repetitions, patience and often more resources from teachers to be successful. In children with this condition, reasoning skills are typically delayed, which makes new concepts difficult to learn and grasp.

It is important to understand that slow learners do not need special education because more often than not, there is no evidence of them having a medical problem. They simply do not do well in school or a particular project.

Most slow learners have difficulty in maintaining social interaction and social skills because of their lower IQ levels. A low IQ is also one of the reasons that a slow learner does not usually understand the rules of social engagement as well. This immaturity may not necessarily be due to lesser mental ability, but also a lack of experience, poor health or poor speech habits that further retard his/her growth. These children like talking to people but are not able to be the first ones to start a conversation, as they are shy, mostly due to low self esteem.

They sometime appear immature in interpersonal relationships, might find maintaining friendships very difficult and often times do not understand simple skills like taking turns while performing a task.

How are slow learners different from those who don’t want to learn?

A slow learner initially wants to learn, but has a problem with the process.  A reluctant learner (a child who does not want to learn) is not motivated and can also be passive aggressive, creating more problems for teachers and parents through non-cooperation.  Reluctant learners seldom have learning disabilities. 

What are some of the major challenges a slow learner faces?

Most slow learners have difficulty planning long term goals and thus completing tasks in a given time frame.  This happens because the child gets distracted easily and does not have the internal strategies to complete the task at hand. Due to this they sometimes work very slowly and have difficulty taking multiple instructions. Reasoning skills are typically delayed, which makes new concepts difficult to understand and they require a lot of support.

How can the parents and teachers of slow learners identify and help them?

Creating awareness among teachers as well as parents towards this problem is a major step in deal with the problem. Parents and teachers should educate themselves on the condition and its nuances.

Tips for parents:

·         The child’s parents should make a schedule with the child, charting out their daily activities and when they should be performed.

·         They should help the child complete and accomplish his/her scheduled tasks. This will help the child feel empowered.

·         Parents should identify the child’s interests and activities he/she likes and encourage them to take part in them, whether in school or at home.

Tips for teachers

·         Teachers should encourage the child to take part in activities that they like at school, and reward them when it is done well.

·         Do not reprimand or demean them when they are not able to finish the task, especially in front of the entire class. Explaining the area of their mistake in seclusion is the best way to preserve their self esteem.

·         It is essential that teachers understand that encouraging the child is of utmost importance. A slow learner invariably will feel demoralized since they will not be able to do as well as their peers, but focusing on the things they are good at is the key to boosting their confidence.

·         Maintaining open communication with the child is essential to create a rapport with him/her so that he/she is also open to accepting help from teachers, parents and therapists.

·         Lastly, encourage other children to deal with the child with some empathy. This is especially important, as very few children will be willing to play or interact with a slow learner, because they might not have the patience to explain the rules and help them.

It is essential that both the parents and teachers not label the child as a slow learner. Treating them no different than other children.

Allow them to flourish is very important.

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