The book "Suicide? There is always a tomorrow" intends to highlight the magnitude of the problem which is taking out flame of many a family every year. The book based on personal experiences as well those of colleagues and juniors deals the subject comprehensively by tracing background to such high-pressure situation for a student carrying burden of expectations of his/her family. In the mad rush to see their ward become a "Bada Admi" (top professional), parents and peers forget the capability and aptitude of a student to take the extra load. Unable to cope up with the situation many a student hangs themselve with the ceiling fan leaving a sorry note for mother and father. Craving for big jobs that provide high prestige as well pelf is natural, but every student should have a plan B or C ready in the event plan A is not coming. A large number of examples of successful personalities excelling in a field they never thought off but entered after failing to achieve the preferred dream goes to prove that "There is always a tomorrow". The book "Suicide? There is always a tomorrow" has a simple message to convey that is to spare no effort to achieve the professional goal one sets for self, but do not kill oneself if it did not happen due to some reason. Almighty might have thought of some other vocation for you hence pump in all energy to excel in plan B or C.
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|Size: ||3.7 MB|
|Publisher: ||GenNext Publication|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||2370007618958 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|
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