Nagda: “Every kid is unique and possesses a different talent. It is not necessary that a child should fare well in academics. One should pursue sports, music, writing, painting or maybe acting with equal zeal,” said Rajesh Agrawal, an international motivational guru at the third foundation day ceremony of Global Academy.
Continuous guidance of parents will help a child to shape his/her career in a field of his interest. This will also make the parents extraordinary, from ordinary, he opined. The motivational speaker further advised parents on how to identify the hidden talent in their children within 10 days.
Departmental officer IAS Riju Bafna appreciated the efforts put in by Global academy to involve more new techniques in teaching, and also asked the parents to not put pressure on their children.
The programme started with the guests lighting the lamp. Sushma Daniel, Shweta Soni and Yogendra Singh Rathore were among others who welcomed the guests. Founder of the Dream Achievers, Pune Nirmal Bhatnagar introduced the main speaker Rajesh Agrawal. Chaiman Pankaj Maru urged the parents not to make the academic results of their children a prestige issue.
The kids’ performances were centred on save the girl child, divyang empowerment, child labour, cleanliness and other social issues. Folk dances from different states of India were also performed to enthral the audience.