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‘Time’ means the progress of events, and also the way in which this progress of events is measured (using hours, days, years and so on).

Importance of time-

Time once past cannot be brought back by any means and it is important to understand the value of time. There goes a proverb, “Time and tide waits for none”.

However some people do not realize the value of time and spend it unwisely. They should realize that many of the future troubles can be avoided by taking prompt action in a timely manner. The famous proverb “a stitch in time saves nine”, also highlights the importance of sorting out problem at early stage.

Importance of Time-management for success:-

Time – management always remains the critical success factor. If anybody wastes his childhood, he will not be able to acquire and build up character in future and will suffer all consequences. Similarly, if a student neglects his studies day –to- day, no amount of hard labour before the examination will get him through. Time – management is a good habit and lays the foundation of a success in future.


A person who understands the value of time practices punctuality in life. If we look around we will see that the successful people in all spheres of life made proper use of every moment of their time. The most prosperous nations too are those that do not waste any moment.


Being on time and being aware of time ensures that we will not turn up late for our appointments. This is very important if we want to treat other people with politeness and respect. Their time is valuable, just like ours is and we should not cause them to waste it.

Future is unseen-

Though the future is unseen, man can work hard to increase the probability of a better future. We should try our best to avoid the habit of indolence and begin to do our jobs in time. It will surely brighten our future.

To conclude, it is foolishness to think that we can make up for the lost time. There is a popular saying that “ the past is dead and future is unborn.” There are no tomorrows and yesterdays. It is ‘today’ which is important. All great men are the great economizers of time. They have their footprints on the sands of time… we should follow and learn to make the best use of time.

Post Author: Arnab Sengupta