Ms. Nadia Jafferyis the CEO of CMT (Career, Motivation and Training) In our society there is a great deal of insecurity that by empowering someone we will be overshadowed by their success. Other than this, I have seen that there is clash between the creativity and norms. Diversity is the Individuality of Every Person.
- Tell us about yourself and give us an account of your journey?
Ans.I got my basic education from Lahore and completed my higher studies from Government College. I was blessed with good teachers and I was fond of a lot of things which include debating, and teaching. I developed my leadership skills at during my early education, when I won my first debating competition; I came to discover my talent in debating. As far as my family background is concerned, my family was linked with educational field, especially my grandmother who served a lot in this field.
2. What is CMT and how it is making a difference in the field of education?
Ans.CMT stands for Career Motivation and Training. It is making a difference in the field of education as we are coaching and training teachers, our team was small in the beginning but it has grown a lot. Allhamdulillah!
3. Tell us about yourself as a motivational speaker?
Ans.As a motivational speaker I have given my services in different institutions. Like all great personalities in history have some past which make them what they are it is not the time but the way in which you spend your time. It’s the process which make you what you are not the number of years. Before coming on social media no one was aware of me, it was a very long journey that how I got popular on social media in becoming ‘Nadia Jaffrey’.
4. According to you, what are the current tribulations we are facing in our societal setup?
Ans.In our society there is a great deal of insecurity that by empowering someone we will be overshadowed by their success. Other than this, I have seen that there is clash between the creativity and norms. Every individual has certain skills and you need to be convinced with other individuals’ professional skills if you are hiring them. In other fields women are playing a subordinate role except education. We need collaboration in education system to improve the standard of the system.
5. How well the students are equipped with the moral values?
Ans.Education and moral teaching are not two different things, they are the same. We need to learn ethics with education. We need to inoculate the ethical values with education in all subjects in all manners for character building of the students. As far as the sustainable development goal is concern, it also focuses on education. SDG-4 goal indicate diversity which means accepting the reality instead of showing sympathy. Private sector is offering education everywhere, where they can find place. If system doesn’t support it then it will be a slow process to provide education to the citizens. Ultimately, education leads to the moral values.
6. What is your stance on the aspect of student centers?
Ans.As far student centres are concern it is not totally focused on education. We need to educate mothers and families about pre-birth conditions that how they can work for the betterment of their children, how they can improve their health—because in Pakistan, malnutrition and vitamin deficiency in women and children is a great problem. We need to tackle this problem by overcoming the addiction to fast food, as it poses a great health threat. Junk food and fast food are causing great health problems. Moreover, the administration of schools should inspect the canteens and cafeterias for food items that may cause any health problems for the students.
7. What message you would convey to the readers of our magazine?
Ans.We can transform our society by producing informed citizens who have skills of enquiry, communication, participation, and responsible action. Therefore, students should always see their interest and then pick a relevant field that would not be boring for them at all.Students should focus, be unique in their work and indulge themselves in hard-work to shine the name of our beloved country. We can advance our society by producing informed citizens who have skills of enquiry, communication and participation along with the moral values.