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SELF -LEARNERS: THE SELF-MADE MILLIONAIRES SELF EDUCATE THEMSELVES BY READING AT SELF TAUGHT UNIVERSITY

 
 
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SELF -LEARNERS: THE SELF-MADE MILLIONAIRES SELF EDUCATE THEMSELVES BY READING AT SELF TAUGHT UNIVERSITY
by System Administrator - Saturday, 6 May 2017, 12:01 AM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: At 75, technocrat and se rial inventor Sam Pitro da swears by just one mantra -excitement stems from new knowledge. The entrepreneur feels there's a need to set up innovation-oriented universities in India and to make students self-learners. At the University of British Columbia a boy was mentored. The boy decided to give up formal studies after class 10. Today, he has authored books on quantum physics and space, which have been prefaced by Nobel laureates. It is reported that the boy is a teacher. He doesn't have a lucrative job at a big company . We need to find motivation from within to be able to do whatever we want. The biggest issue we are dealing with is how to make children in India self-learners. The internet is rife with information, and has undoubtedly become one of our greatest resources for learning and self teaching . Instead of referencing an encyclopedia, we now hit up Google instead. To say the internet has changed the face of education Reportedly When Steve Siebold was a broke college student, his quest to become rich began with one interview -- with a millionaire, he told US News & World Report. Since then, he's interviewed more than 1,200 of the world's wealthiest people over the past three decades and become a self-made millionaire himself.In his research, he noticed a pastime the rich have in common: They self-educate by reading."Walk into a wealthy person's home and one of the first things you'll see is an extensive library of books they've used to educate themselves on how to become more successful, (and now internet has became biggest library on earth)." Siebold writes. "The middle class reads novels, tabloids, and entertainment magazines.".Rich people would rather be educated than entertained. Few organization and universities provide Self-taught courses are provided to meet the needs of people who: cannot attend (or wait for) formal taught courses would like to work at their own pace would like to supplement instructor led training would like to in some cases review more topics or advanced topics that are not offered by instructor led courses and these organization and universities provide certifications.