Retired IPS officer and former Lieutenant Governor of Pondicherry Kiran Bedi addressing students at Sagar Public School in Bhopal on Monday. |
Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Learning should be a continuous process and it should be learned from our five senses, said Kiran Bedi, a retired IPS officer and former Lieutenant Governor of Pondicherry.
She was speaking at an ASPIRE session organized by Sagar Public School at Saket Nagar in the city on Monday. Bedi has interacted with and inspired over 1,000 students and shared how one can be master of one’s own mind with a continuous learning process.
She said young people should generate an idea every day because an idea can help build the nation. She shared 3 life mantras – change, choice and principles. She said students should respect time, keeping in mind the importance of every minute, hour and day in life.
Sharing the life mantra, she said, “The biggest investment in life is you. Invest in yourself over time and build a better you. Every day, strengthen your roots and add wings to build a nation.
It has awarded scholarships to more than 20 students ranging from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 75,000. In addition, a motivational session on leadership is the new normal was organized for teachers at Sagar Public School in Rohit Nagar.
Bedi shared the mantra on new normal leadership patterns on how to create and generate leadership qualities in students. Bedi was congratulated by the founder and chairman of the Sagar Sudhir Kumar Agrawal group and headmaster of the respective schools.
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