Students should develop right attitude & discipline: N P Sharma

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 15 Mar 2017 10:26:03


By Praveen Vighre,

ADVOCATING the policy of one nation one syllabus, N P Sharma, one of the directors of KDM Academy said, “Our syllabus must be of international standard. World is expecting much from India. We have to come to the international standards. One common syllabus is the right move in this direction.” Sharma was talking to The Hitavada, in an exclusive interview.


Also present were M Kirti Devi, Satish More and Dr Sarita Kothari, all directors of KDM Academy.
Sharma, who has teaching experience of more than 46 years with all prominent institutes all over the country including Kota, started his Knowledge Delivering Mission i.e. KDM Academy, which has given Vidarbha toppers in its first batch itself and has created a niche for itself in a very short time.


“We all four directors were teaching separately. We came together to deliver our best to the students. All directors are also faculties and masters in their subjects with more than 10 years of experience,” Sharma said.
Counting the USP of the academy, he said, “Involvement with every student, personal attention to every student, small batch size of just 45 to 50 students. Only 2 batches morning and evening. A fully dedicated library and reading room. Our aim is to bring the best out of the students.”
He said that every student had a born talent, one had to give him or her the right atmosphere. “Students should develop the right attitude and discipline. Everyone has mind, only he or she must be ready for hardwork,” he noted.


Sharma also pointed out that there was variations in all students. The institute should be able to know the weak and strong sides of the students.
However, with extra individual coaching, the institute should bring the students into the main stream.


“Institute or teacher plays a major role in shaping the career of the students. Teachers’ share is 65 per cent in building the career of the students. A teenager is not matured to assess himself and hence the role of the coaching institute is important. A coaching institute must not be commercial, but should give extra time and attention to the students. Teaching and after teaching, polishing and re-teaching should be the practice, which we follow,” Sharma said.
He also informed that the new syllabus common upto class 12, would be introduced by the year 2019.