This is a very interesting question. We observe that this question is often asked in the interviews. Do you know what answer do the youngsters give to this question?
My Father is a role model.
My mother is a role model
My Teacher is a role model.
Apart from these answers you will be surprised to know who they will reveal as their role model—it is undoubtedly our former President Dr. A.P.J.Abdul Kalam.
Most of the persons who join work from lower social economical status, after completing competitive examinations, mention either or one of the parents as their role model. However, many feel at ease to mention the name of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam not a surprise indeed! This is because he has made many of our youngsters to become conscious of our country, has induced them to comprehend and plan their future. Besides, he has fascinated the youth with his modest life style since the information about him in the paper is attractive and charismatic.
When students mention about their parents as role models, they have to mention clearly which trait of the parent is appealing to them If they are from any modest family they may say either his fathers hard work or his straight-forwardness is the most fascinating thing. The answer that has enthralled many in the Interview panel is, ‘my mother is my role model, because, besides inculcating good habits, she has made me study from my fathers meager income. It is advised that those students, who want to appear for the interview, mention the name of Dr. Abdul Kalam without hesitation if they cannot mention their parents..
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