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  1. 1. TIME MANAGEMENT SUJITH KUMAR S H Asst. Professor BIET – MBA Programme, He who kills time buries opportunities.
  2. 2. Introduction: Many students discover the need to develop or hone their time management skills when they arrive at college. Unlike in school where teachers frequently structured your assignments and classes filled your day, in college, you will have less in-class time, more outside of class work, and a great deal of freedom and flexibility.
  3. 3. Graduate Courses: New Expectations • College is NOT like being in School: You are responsible for your things at least now onwards • Attending class all the time and being on time • Making sure you purchase books for your courses • Completing assignments on time • Conducting yourself respectfully and treating others respectfully, in and out of the classroom • Asking questions when you don’t understand or need further assistance • Knowing your rights and responsibilities as a college student
  4. 4. Activity 6-10: Terrible Planner. You should consider using new tools and processes to help you plan effectively. A great first step would be to learn time Management. 11-15: Below average planner. You may already have a planning system, but using it more effectively will help to reduce the stress and lack of control you feel in your life. 16-20: Average planner. Your planning system is working, but you can do better. You may need help focusing on priorities, dealing with urgent interruptions or writing your daily plan. 21-25: Above-average planner. Your planning system is working well. Keep up the good work, with periodic reviews to be sure you’re planning around what matters most in your life. 26-30: Excellent planner--or candidate for burnout? You have mastered planning and should experience the serenity that comes from taking charge of your life. But make sure you’re in control of your planning rather than letting it control you.
  5. 5. Student Success  Time-management  The choices about how you spend your time are important  How can you plan your schedule and manage your time?  Ask yourself the following questions:
  6. 6. How to manage classes, work, and friends successfully… TIME MANAGEMENT
  7. 7. Taking Control of Your Time and Your Life  Why is this important?  Time seems to “slip away”  Promotes authority over our lives.  Characteristic of successful people
  8. 8. TIME MANAGEMENT QUESTIONNAIRE  Do you often find yourself doing things that interfere with your Academic Work. simply because you hate to say no to people? If you answered “Yes”, break yourself of this practice. Give a higher priority to your Academic Work! Who can you expect to honor your commitment to your Academic Work if you don’t?
  9. 9.  On an average class day do you spend more time with personal grooming than with school work? Personal grooming is very important, but remember that there is a time for everything. Often your grades are a true reflection of the amount of time devoted to study. What you get out of a class correlates highly with what you put into it.  Do you set and honor priorities? If “Yes”, good! If you don’t honor your priorities you cannot expect anyone else to!
  10. 10.  Do you believe that there is room for improvement in the way you manage time? If “Yes”, use the information in this session to help you make the necessary changes, and make up your mind to make the necessary changes!
  11. 11.  Do you make a list of the things you have to do each day? The busier you are the more important it is for you to make lists. Without a list (or schedule) it is too easy to forget. You are a human, not a computer, so you will forget something at some time!  Do you make constructive use of your time? It is so easy to procrastinate, so be sure that you can account for your time!
  12. 12.  Do you continue pursuing unprofitable study routines or habits? If something isn’t working it is senseless to continue using it!  Do you have a set of goals for the entire semester? It is necessary that we know where we’re going . Goals help us keep our eyes on the prize.
  13. 13.  Are you still working on an assignment the night before it is due? If “Yes”, work on time management and priorities. Distributed study will prevent this.  Do you regularly review for your class even when a test is not imminent? To get the most from a class, review on a regular basis. This helps you better understand and internalize the learning.
  14. 14. Fun Game
  15. 15. Determining Your Needs Document Categorize time spent on  Class attendance  Study time  Work  Commute time  Social  Family  Other
  16. 16. Assess and Evaluate Ask yourself: Will the way I am spending my time contribute to my college success? Do I need to make adjustments? Which college related areas will require more of my time? Am I willing to make the necessary changes to achieve college success?
  17. 17. Simplify Your Life  Say “no” to unnecessary commitments (Family/ friends sometimes ask us to do something without thinking. Learn to say “No” and offer alternatives.)  Make and use lists (Making a list is easy, but following it requires self-discipline. Plan your work and work your plan!)  Keep track of important dates--use a calendar (Humans forget, especially if they lead a busy life! Put things in writing to aid your memory.)  Organize effectively (Discover what makes you most effective and efficient. Stick with it!)  Keep an open mind to change (When a strategy is not working, change it! Try a different approach!)
  18. 18. TIME TOOL #1 – A Calendar  Long-range perspective  BIG picture Due dates Test dates Holidays, vacations, special events Target dates
  19. 19. TIME TOOL #2 – A Weekly Schedule Balanced • Study time – 2 hours per week per credit hour 1. How many hours a week will you be working? 2. How many units do you plan on enrolling? 3. How many hours a week do you plan on studying? 4. What other priorities take up time in your schedule? Contd……..
  20. 20.  Regular time-regular place  ASAP after class  Utilize odd hours  Limit – No more than 2 hours per course at one time  Trade time  Cumulative review for each course
  21. 21. Additional Weekly Schedule Tips  Color code  Post it in obvious places  Computer-generated  Easier to adjust  Include weekend study hours
  22. 22. KEY TO SUCCESS  Test Period Follow your schedule for approximately three weeks. Adjust as the semester progresses.
  23. 23. TIME TOOL #3 –”To Do List  List everything you need or want to get done.  Set your priorities.  A - Must be done  B – Should be completed if at all possible  C – Low priority, completed only after doing A’s and B’s  Prioritize tasks within each group. Developing this habit will increase productivity.
  24. 24. TIME TOOL #4 – Sample Assignment Record  Estimate time needed  Library research – estimate and add 2 hours  Count back from due date  Consult Master schedule  Use the time
  25. 25. Anticipating and Planning for Courses – Course Planning Syllabi: Your road map for each class After first day in each course fill in the Semester Map Long-range planning begins on day one
  26. 26. TIME TIPS  Ask yourself: “What is the best use of my time right now?”  Utilize small blocks of time that you might normally waste.  ALWAYS have study material with you.  Tape lecture notes or personal notes and listen while you drive.
  27. 27. PROCRASTINATION: Dealing with Deadlines  Putting off = Anxiety/Stress  Stop “thinking about” the assignment and TAKE ACTION!  Break down large tasks into manageable smaller tasks
  28. 28. MORE HELPFUL TIPS  Work when you have the highest level of energy.  Eliminate external distractions.  When tired or distracted, change activities – “Mix it up”  Acknowledge the work you have accomplished.
  29. 29. TO CRAM OR NOT TO CRAM?  AVOID CRAMMING  Think about the connotation of the word “cram.”  Ineffective study method  Inhibits storage of information in your long-term memory LEARNING OVER A PERIOD OF TIME USING REPETITIVE PRACTICE IS A MORE EFFIECIENT AND EFFECTIVE TOOL FOR RETAINING INFORMATION.
  30. 30. PRIORITIZING: The Balancing Act  KEEP SIGHT OF YOUR GOALS  ATTEND CLASS  IDENTIFY YOUR RESPONSIBLITIES  PRIORITIZE  SCHEDULE  JUST DO IT!
  31. 31. Simple Mantra to manage your time Plan your Work and Work your plan

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