Lessons from student…!

When I was assistant professor at Surat.During my lectures,presentations and discussion I was having habit of interacting with students before session.It has two advantage,one is an rapport is established with the undergraduate student and secondly any queries of the student can be resolved.During one of my interactions with the student during Viva-voce examination, I realized that student was average but has got sound clarity on subject.I ask him ,what is reason for such subject understanding and knowledge.I was very much surprised by his reply and right now sharing in this post.
“More study,more confusion,
Less study less confusion and
No study No confusion”
Lessons from this incident was that,

I then realized that too much knowledge and in-depth analysis of certain things creates lots of confusion and dilemma.So simple and clear cut understanding of certain topic is just enough.
Thanks

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"If you would not be forgotten, as soon as you are dead and rotten, either write things worth reading or do things worth the writing" - Benjamin Franklin. Hi, I am Dr Prakash, Researcher/Mentor/Doctor/Medical Teacher/Spiritual Guide/Professional writer/ Public health expert and Presently working at B.J. Medical college, civil hospital, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India as a lecturer in Public health. (Ex. Assistant Professor, Government medical college, Surat.Ex.Insurance medical officer, Halol.Ex.Medical officer, PHC vadgam, Cambay. Dear friends, a warm welcome to my blogging site. My write up, article, case studies, thoughts of the day, Personel and Professional experience blends of Inspiration, Motivation, Education, self-help, philosophy, spirituality, Human Resource Management and Behaviour science with the insight of the eastern world of wisdom with latest updates from western science. You are invited to have a look at my various articles and post. Thanks and Make a Great Day Ahead. Dr Prakash ❤️

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