CBSE chairman Anita karwal wrote a motivational letter to board candidates

CBSE chairman Anita karwal wrote a motivational letter to board candidates before the CBSE board Exam

The CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) class 10th and 12th board exams are starting from 15 February 2020. Not only the students, their parents are also tense about this exam. CBSE president Anita Karwal has been writing letters to the students for the last three years before the examination to overcome this tension and to make the board examination stress free.

This time too, Anita Karwal has written a letter to the students and their parents. Many interesting and encouraging things have been written in it. The CBSE president has also told the children that “Move forward with all your knowledge and ability, eliminate your mistakes, work hard and give your best.”

In her letter, she wrote that schooling is not just about board exams, but about learning and learning about various subjects. She also wrote that adults don't get ahead in lives by perfecting their scores in each and every subject.

Anita Karwal wrote in the letter “I want you to know that we adults do not get to where we are today by being good at every subject and every activity in our school days. Schooling is surely about exposure to various subjects, but it is just more about learning to become a life-long learner and about acquiring values and skills.”

She also wrote that future employers would not like don’t want to see how must you’ve achieved in your exam but would like to know if you’re a creative person who can bring a new idea to the table.

She said that creative thinking, communication skills, and problem-solving skills are very important if you want to score well in your career. She shared her thoughts and said “I am sharing all this with you because I want you to know that we adults don’t get good at every subject and every activity during our school days.

Schooling is definitely about exposure to a different subject, but it is a lot about learning throughout a lifetime and acquiring values and skills.

She finished the letter by saying “A creative vision of your own making, filled with your ideas and talents, awaits you right around the corner. So fully aware of all your inimitable strengths, go forth now and attack your fears, put them to rest, work hard and do your best.”

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