Lessons Learned-3 Idiots

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Humility

Entrepreneurship

Teamwork

3 Idiots- Life’s Learning Idiots Life s by Ramki
Deliver The Promise Learning Social Responsibility Respect for Individual

Humility

Entrepreneurship

Teamwork

1. Never t t be successful , pursue excellence 1 N try to b f l ll
 Success is the bye product & the result  Excellence always creates Success & it is a process of continual improvement  Never run after success  Let it happen automatically in life

Deliver The Promise

Learning

Social Responsibility

Respect for Individual

Humility

Entrepreneurship

Teamwork

2. Freedom t Lif Lif is b 2 F d to Life- Life i beautiful tif l
 Don’t die before the actual death  Live every moment to the fullest as if today is the last day  Life is gifted to humankind to live  Live & Live happily towards happiness

Deliver The Promise

Learning

Social Responsibility

Respect for Individual

Humility

Entrepreneurship

Teamwork

3. Passion l d t E 3 P i leads to Excellence ll
 When your hobby becomes your profession , the passion becomes your profession  You will be able to lead up to excellence in life  Satisfaction, Joy, Pleasure & love will be the outcome of the passion  Following your passion for years , you will surely become somebody one day

Deliver The Promise

Learning

Social Responsibility

Respect for Individual

Humility

Entrepreneurship

Teamwork

4. Learning i very simple- N 4 L i is i l Never stop t
Be humble Teachers do fail Learners never fail fail,  Learning is never complicate or difficult  Learning is always possible whatever rule you apply

Deliver The Promise

Learning

Social Responsibility

Respect for Individual

Humility

Entrepreneurship

Teamwork

5. Pressure at head 5 P th d
 Current education system is developing pressure on students head  University…...

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