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My son is a state level Badminton player but he is finding hard to cope up with academics.

Question: My child studying in 9th std ia a state level Badminton player, but his grades are falling below 70%. Living in a small city l can not make him join sports academy outside my city because of his teen age  What should be done so that he can be made aware regarding the precious forthcoming years. 

Dear Sir,

I can understand your concern for your son. Many parents these are facing a similar challenge. As parents we expect our children to do well in all spheres of life. Please find my tips below:

1. Make Study Goals Together: It is a good idea to set goals that achievable and can be achieved with dedication and hard work. You may make short term, medium term and long term studying goals with your kid so that he stays motivated and also can track his progress.

2.. Listen To Their Opinion: It is very important to listen and respect your child’s opinions even if at times you feel he is incorrect. Letti.....

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