Quality and Love - Richa Solanki

Quality is a thing of excellence of something as compared or measured against other similar things and may be understood differently by different people. Quality determines how much and how well children learn and the extent to which their education translates. Every educator wants his students to have a high standard and quality work. They always try to plan good lessons, so their students can always do their best. 

Achieving quality can make yourself and others feel happy and good inside. We can also work together to get quality work and quality to care for the world. There should be positive things in our words and thoughts need to be of high quality, there is no place for negative words. It means not giving up, you need to believe that they can do it and educators must tell this to their students. 
In our circumstances, we need a friend who will stand by you when all will be against you.  To get excellent in work we need the better quality of everything and for that, we practice and also educators can encourage their students for better quality work and students will give their best.

Love is a feeling of deep affection. Love is an interpersonal relationship between two people. It creates an environment where everyone feels secure and safe. It is a parameter through which we can attach with each other deeply.

Someone told a great line that in our educational system, scholars should be given love not thought because they will have their own thoughts. But nowadays, students are not being given love, but they are only pressurized by the educator.

Love plays a very important role in the system of education. An educator can change the life of a student, if the educator is caring (lovable) towards the students, he can teach anything to him or her & along with that, the students will also show their interest in hearing. They will learn with more curiosity & according to our thought that things which cannot be solved by any technique or method, can be done by the help of love.

Richa Solanki
The Fabindia School

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