The Division of Psychological Counseling and Educational Guidance at the University of Information and Communication Technology held a lecture on time management and psychological preparation for exams.
The university hosted the international trainer, Dr. Khader Shukr, and the university’s lecturer, Nidal Kumar, to talk about the topic of the lecture, Dr. Khader Shukr stated that the division of the hours of the day into three sections: 8 sleep, 8 work, 8 work and social relations, Time is also associated with activities, objects, place, and time management is managing opportunities and seizing them in the best way, The exam is an event preceded by the preparation and preparations made by students during their scientific career, and they have to divide their time, especially during exams.
Khader said that one of the most important negatives is the return of most people to the past time, While the real time of the work is the same time, Indicating the basic procedures for saving time and the impact of the culture of the individual, the institution and the system, which is the outcome of the adoption of individuals and the rate of culture of society is what controls time management.
The lecture explained that motivating the public in general depends on modifying project plans and organizing them depends on time. The process of wasting time is done by following the pictures and montage, which social media works on, as there is a lot of time wasted on the human being by following the Internet and these means.
The student is exposed to this while attending the lecture or exam and he is busy with many things and believes that he does not have enough time and invest it properly, but it is clear that he loses his time with things that are not useful and have not been subject to prior planning, The lecture concluded that time management is a crucial indicator of the assessment of society and the outcome of its culture.
For his part, the President of the University stressed the attendance of such useful discussions and lectures to change behavior, stressing the importance of allocating time and using it for the benefit of man and society. The lecture was attended by the Assistant President for Scientific Affairs and a number of professors and students.