POOR BOARD EXAM RESULTS – CHILDREN NEED THEIR PARENTS THE MOST!

POOR BOARD EXAM RESULTS – CHILDREN NEED THEIR PARENTS THE MOST!
 
Its the time when board exam results are being declared and surprisingly a large number of children are more worried about how their parents will react to it rather than worrying about what their scores will matter to them. Its easy for the students who score good and come with their parent’s expectations but what about the average and below average students? they either stress about the whole thing which get in the way of their performance and when the D-day approaches , they steal from the judging glances of parents. Head bowed down in shame and watery eyes hardly expecting support from their parents is really a heartbreaking sight. And the parents thinking that children had led their heads down in front of family, friends, neighbors, do not support their children. Chiding them and telling them all wrong things is really a bad thing to do. This is the time when children need their parent’s support the most. No one can do it but the parents.
 
What parents do in this situation is they compare their one’s with other’s children which is very bad. Every parents comparing their child with other’s should think of how would they feel if their child compares them with the parents of his friends who might be more knowledgeable and helpful in their child’s studies and if they are rich enough to secure a seat for their child in a reputable college despite his not so good result. Every parents love their children no matter what. They don’t love and care for the boy who topped the CBSE with 99%. They still love their children despite of the bad resuts and every child is supposed to know this and its the parents who can tell them.
 
Our Indian parents have an annoying habit of making the board results seem like ultimate judgement of our life, career, and future. The child begins to feel that he would not be able to have a normal life just because he flunked his boards. Once the parents have made their child realize his mistake, they should learn to move on rather bringing it back again and again.
 
In this situation, what parents actually need to do is: talk with their child, explain them calmly and motivate to move on. First and foremost thing ,parents should know that marks does not represent the ultimate result. Their child has lot more opportunities to grab. Comparing their child with the toppers can put a pressure in child’s mind which pulls them back. This makes them depressed and they try to harm themselves. Parents should talk with their child, suggest them alternatives for their future studies. If any child is in doubt, they can be taken to career counselor . They will help in right decision about studies. One should let their child go towards his interested subjects. Motivating the child will help them to cope-up with the situation. Their talent and knowledge should always be uplifted. It is not necessary to see them as a doctor or as a lawyer. Let him go with his passion. Most vital task is taking care of their child. If they are in depression, they should be consulted to psychologist. 
 
Results come and go. Major thing is, parents should support and should be positive with their child’s performance.
 
GROUP NO. 5 
HARSHITA BAJAJ
ANCHAL JAIN 
NIKITA PATEL
ANSHU GARG
ANISHA MITTAL
SHELJA RASIWASIA
JHARNA MODI
MANSHI AGARWAL
SHREYA GARWAL
DEEKSHA AGARWAL

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