When we were in school, we were only told to earn good grades. However, decent grades are not always enough to obtain success in life. Many people have accomplished amazing things in their lives through devotion and hard effort.
Thus, notable figures have posted their grades and mark sheets on social media in recent years for developing confidence in students. Virat Kohli recently posted his 10th mark sheet on Twitter, where netizens expressed their displeasure with Virat’s “Average” rating. In the shared mark sheet Virat wrote, “It’s funny how the things that add the least to your mark sheet, add the most to your character,”
He emphasized the significance of athletics in a student’s life and how, in 2004, when he was in the 10th grade, they weren’t part of his curriculum. To inform the supporters of the reason behind his releasing the scorecard, he also used the hashtag #LetThereBeSport.
As we all are aware that UPSC is one of the toughest exams in India. Therefore, UPSC demands a lot of hard work and dedication, which the candidates have to fulfill. Thus, to motivate other candidates, IAS officers Nitin Sangwan, Shahid Choudhary, and Awanish Sharan disclosed their academic performance. To add that becoming an IAS officer is not a requirement for top students or very talented individuals.
To give the students confidence, Sudhir Kumar, a neurologist at Apollo Hospital in Hyderabad, has made his 12th-grade mark sheet public. His 1989 CBSE 12th-grade transcript was posted on Twitter. His tweet read, “Class 12th mark sheet (1989)-CBSE board
1. About 17 lakh students have appeared for class 12th CBSE board exams this year and you may be anxiously waiting for results.
Here I am sharing my 34-year-old mark sheet. Focus on Physics theory marks 23/70”
Thus, these public individuals inspire students to stay on track and never let their dedication waver, as there is no such thing as “bad grades” that can prevent them from reaching their full potential if they are motivated and hardworking.