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  • 1. “ T ime is the coin of your life. It is the only coin you have, and only you can determine how it will be spent. Be careful otherwise, other people spend it for you” WORKSHOP ON TIME MANAGEMENT
  • 2. Workshop Overview
    • The Secret to understanding time.
    • Defining time management.
    • What are the common time culprits?
    • Time management strategies.
    • Importance of time management for students.
  • 3.
    • TIME
  • 4. TIME
    • “ Time is
    • what we
    • want most,
    • but
    • what we
    • use
    • worst”
  • 5. Everyone has the same amount of time
    • 60 minutes per hour
    • 1,440 minutes per day
    • 525,600 minutes per year
  • 6. Rabbit and Tortoise story TIME DOES N’T WAIT
  • 7. Why Time Is Important ?
    • Time is L imite d
    • Time is S carc e
    • You need time for E verythin g
    • Too many C hoice s
    • Time can’t be R eplenishe d
    • Time can’t be S av e
  • 8. DON’T THINK TOO MUCH……..
  • 9. WHEN I BECOMES A BIG BOY….. I WILL DO THIS & THIS AND I WILL BE HAPPY
  • 10. WHEN I FINISH COLLEGE….. I WILL DO THIS & THIS AND I WILL BE HAPPY
  • 11. WHEN I GET MY FIRST JOB….. I WILL DO THIS & THIS AND I WILL BE HAPPY
  • 12. WHEN I GET MARRIED ….. I WILL DO THIS & THIS AND I WILL BE HAPPY
  • 13. WHEN I HAVE KIDS…. I WILL DO THIS & THIS AND I WILL BE HAPPY
  • 14. WHEN I RETIRE……… I WILL DO THIS & THIS AND I WILL BE HAPPY
  • 15. AFTER RETIREMENT……… LIFE IS JUST GONE IN FRONT OF HIS EYES.
  • 16. Missing of Train Late in Interview Miss last date of Registration Medicine time for a Patient Last few minutes in Exam
  • 17. Tomorrows work do today, today's work now If the moment is lost, the work be done how ?
  • 18.
    • Please write a definition of
    • T I M E M A N A G E M E N T.
  • 19. “ TIME MANAGEMNET IS ABOUT SELF MANAGEMENT . HOW YOU MANAGE YOURSELF IN RELATION TO TIME”
  • 20.  
  • 21. TIME MANAGEMENT GRID
  • 22. - 1
    • Friends B’day
    • Parent’s Anniversary
    • Sessional Exam
    • Cricket Match
    • Cousin Marriage
    • Class Presentation
    • Placement Registration
    • Routine health Check Up
    • Relative Home Visit
  • 23. Time Wasting Culprits
    • What Are The Most Common Time Wasters, Thieves and Culprits?
  • 24.
    • Telephone Interruptions
    • Extended Lunches or Breaks
    • Socializing at Work Place
    • Long Sleeping Hours
    • Watching Television
    • Waiting/Delays
    • Misfiled Information
    Time Wasting Culprits
  • 25. Time Wasting Culprits
    • Parties
    • Drop-In Visitors
    • Gossiping
    • Procrastination
    • Entertainment
    • Poor Planning
    • Useless thinking
    • Not setting priorities
  • 26. “ Lost wealth may be replaced by industry, lost knowledge by study, lost health by medicine, but lost time is gone forever”
  • 27.  
  • 28. Socrates the ancient Greek Philosopher People Ignored him Announced that he is going to tell a story
  • 29. People gathered to listen his story Story of a man
  • 30. He met another man Both started their journey
  • 31. HIRE DONKEY ON RENT They Saw a Mountain
  • 32. Sun Day SHADOW
  • 33. Socrates Start Running
  • 34. You are paying more attention to silly things and ignoring the important things in life. It is better for you to look for important things of life, do not run after silly things like stories. Do some important things every day and pursue it.
  • 35. MANAGE YOUR TIME
  • 36.
    • 80% of your efforts will bring about only 20% of the results.
    • On the flip-side, 20% of your efforts will bring about 80% of your results.
    • Focus on accomplishing these tasks and activities first, before moving onto the 80% of activities that will only bring about 20% of the result.
  • 37. The 888 method There are only 24 hours in a day!
    • 8 hours of sleep gives you the rest your body needs to accomplish your goals and remain healthy.
    • 8 hours of work/school keeps you from burning out by doing too much, or from not devoting enough time to your goals.
    • 8 hours of personal time keeps your life well-rounded with time for fun and enjoyment!
  • 38.  
  • 39.
    • Set specific & definable goal
    • Plan every day in advance
    • To do list
    • Break all tasks into small bits
    • One work at a time
    • Prioritize your list
    • Work anywhere and everywhere.
    • Proper use of waiting time
  • 40.
    • Write things down
    • Carry a notebook
    • Think before acting
    • Learn to say no
    • Use a time management system
    • Identify bad habits
    • Start early and on time, end on time and most importantly respect other people’s time
  • 41. Weekly Time Management Grid Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00
  • 42.  
  • 43. - 1 - 1
  • 44. EMPTY JAR SAND STONES / ROCKS WATER GRAVEL
  • 45.  
  • 46.
    • If you put the sand and gravel in first, you can't fit all the rocks in the jar
    • In order to fit all the big rocks into the jar, you have toput them in first. Then you can fit the other stuff between the rocks.
    • The jar represents your schedule,
    • The big rocks represent your important projects and tasks,
    • The gravel, sand, and water represent the less important "filler" work.   The moral of the story is that you can MAKE time for your big rocks, but ONLY if you put them into the schedule first, and then allow the other stuff to fill the gaps.
  • 47. STUDENT’S TIME MANAGEMENT
  • 48.  
  • 49.
    • Slip Writing conversation
    • Creating Disturbance
    • Divert from Topic
    • Late Coming
    • Passive listening
    • Borrowing Nature
  • 50.
    • 10 Minutes For S elf R evision / 10 Minutes for G roup D iscussion
    • S tudy Till 11 Pm /P arty Till 11 Pm
    • 3 Hours of E xam / 3 Hours of M ovie
    • 9 to 5 C lasses / 9 to 5 M atch
    • 5 Minute S ilence / 5 Minute B reak
    F ee l T h e Di fferen ce
  • 51. - 3
    • Suppose your faculty is on leave and your lecture is free, So how will you utilize that time. Give five suggestions .
  • 52.
    • Study most difficult material first.
    • Use some type of planner/calendar for daily, weekly, monthly, and semester activities & assignments.
    • Schedule time for rest & breaks also
    • Set Goal & Prioritize
    • Do right things at right time
  • 53.
    • Proper use of free time.
    • Avoid last minute rush
    • Leave careless attitude
    • Make a habit of doing it now
    • Keep time for last minute add up
    • Find out best time of your study
  • 54.
    • THE VALUE OF TIME
  • 55.
    • Don't let the cups drive you…..
    • Enjoy the coffee instead.
  • 56. Time Management Quiz ANSWER IN YES OR NO
  • 57.
    • Do you meet your deadlines you set for yourself?
    • Do you meet assignment deadlines?
    • Do you begin working on long projects the earliest possible?
    • Do you estimate how many hours you will need to study or research each day?
    • Do you have a daily to do list?
    • Do you prevent your social life from interfering with your study time?
  • 58.
    • Do you spend time before each project mapping out deadlines and setting goals?
    • Do you begin your study time with your most difficult assignment?
    • Do you complete most of your studying during your most productive hours each day?
    • Do you think of being a full-time student as you would a full-time job?
    • Do you think and feel that you are in control of your work and not the other way around?
    • Do you use a daily planner to track how your time is spent each day?
  • 59.
    • Scoring Instructions
    • Give yourself one point for each question that you answered yes.
    • Do not give yourself any points for questions that you answered no.
    • Add up your total points.
    • The higher the points you have the better you are with time management.
    • This time management quiz says you are excellent if you are a twelve.
    • The lower the points go the more work is needed.
    • If you answered no to any of the questions in this quiz, you will need to start working on those aspects of your life.
  • 60. NEVER LEAVE TILL TOMORROW WHICH YOU CAN DO TODAY !