Managing time isn’t about squeezing as many tasks as possible into your day, it’s about simplifying how you work.
Time is the key factor in this competition-driven world, so one should be proficient enough to manage time. If we talk about students they have a lot to cover before the year ends. The syllabus is increasing at a faster rate and without time management skills nobody will be able to win the race.
People who take time jovially usually drop. It is widely known that if you value time then time will value you and in the case of students, creating a timetable and following it is the stepping stone towards being effective, efficient and productive.
Time is something that can’t be manufactured. Managing time means understanding and managing yourself and managing yourself means doing things in time and working on time. The following are the key points or factors that can be used to manage time and use time sparingly: