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TIME: – Ticking Clock Does Not Stop

TIME: – Ticking Clock Does Not Stop
The woods are lovely dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep

Great man always knew the value of time and punctuality. Jawaharlal Nehru, former Indian Prime Minister used to recite these lines because he knew that a life devoid to punctuality is a Life of broken promises.

Punctuality means to do work on time and always be on time. It shows the great importance of time. It is said, “Time and tide wait for none.” That means if time is gone once, it cannot be regained again. Even nature is a good example of that. Sun rises and sets in its fixed time. Seasons come in go and the follow its own sequence like rain follows its own series of showering in a particular season in the year. Nowadays, CBSE schools in Noida observed that the lack of punctuality is arising due to the lack of focus and laziness so teachers in top schools in Noida are focusing on giving importance to time to be successful. As it is aptly said,

 “Beginning of a great day starts a night before.”

So a good teacher will always suggest all to be on time and catch the train to a life well in time to achieve success. The most important requirement of efficiently manage time is to stop procrastinating

The clock of life is found but once And no one has the power To tell just when the hands will stop At late or early hour. Now is only time you own live, love, work with a will, Place no faith in tomorrow, For the clock may then be still.

Don’t procrastinate. Procrastination meaning of postponing decisions. We have a set of things to do today and we decide that we will do them tomorrow and tomorrow we may decide to do them the day after tomorrow. We postpone until the last moment and do the job only when it is very urgent. But the last moment is never the best time to do any work you cannot achieve your best when you are under pressure, even in a panic. Schools on Noida Expressway are continuously working for the development of their students as they are very well aware of the fact that, time once lost cannot be got back. We do not have a time machine time. Time passes in a one-way direction. So stop procrastinating and at right now, for the right moment to do anything is this.

 “God made time, but man made haste.” – Iris proverb.    

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