Review of ‘Four corners of the circle’ by Mohit Jain and Amita Sood

Four Corners of the Circle

Author : Mohit Jain

Before expressing my views about this book, I would like to share a line with you people that I found in the book -‘ We are so lost in the race of being rich and successful that we have actually forgotten the real essence of education.’

‘Four corners of the circle’ by Mohit Jain and Amita Sood, a book or I would better call it a guide written to help students in order to make them understand traits of education.In this book, they say several crucial points regarding education and the way it should carry on.

As the back cover says ‘ Ever heard about the four corners of the circle? Since childhood, it has been taught in schools that the circle has no corners.Life is a never-ending marathon.It keeps on revolving in circles, and everyone is in search of a final destination, a corner, that they never reach.This book is a small initiative to throw light on different aspects of the education system and how could we join hands to make it more productive.

It guides the aspiring students to follow a right approach,take correct decisions,and overcome distractions in their career.It advocates that the educational institutions should focus on enlightening the lives of the students by providing quality education, quality learning ambience, practical grounds to implement class room theories, and by helping students convert their black cat into a white one.The book is neither biased towards students nor education institutes; the sole purpose is to provide their individual perspectives and reach to a common conclusion.

The book contains five theories, which Mr. Mohit Jain has discovered in his sixteen years of teaching experience and which would help the youngsters reach closer and closer to their goals.

This book is about us.’

The first look at the cover couldn’t gave me the slightest of the hint.It made me to ponder what the book would be about. Though it looked appealing and also the title grabbed my attention, but I was unable to guess anything out of it.When I moved forward towards the blurb, undoubtedly, blurb clearly speaks of the content of the book

This book not only portrays but also lays some bitter truths about how education has treated now.I agree with each and everyone author has laid down in this book.A soothing layer has been maintained in the writing fashion which kept me glued to it till the end.

While writing the book, they very well managed that the book should fit in every box. Their thoughts are not one-sided.The book is for both teachers and students. Authors have given peaceful and gentle dictation of thoughts in this book. This book also let you know how both teachers and students should support each other.It should be properly balanced. Also, author has quotted some real life examples in order to let readers better understand their theories about education.

Authors have the prowess to express the complicated things in a friendly way.This book reflects positivity everywhere. This book is not just to read and put it aside in a shelf.It is to understand and learn what it says. Mohit Jain’s long time experience is lucidly shown in this work.His thoughts are sharply directed towards what is morally right not just because others think them right.

For all the folks out here who are seeking to have an MBA degree or wants to pursue MBA, I would like to recommend this book to all of you,guys read it before pursuing MBA.A must read and I’m sure it will help you to understand whether MBA is your forte or not. Our shelves require such books that deals with reality. This book accomplishes its task.Author has done his job in showing you the direction.Now its upto you which path to tread on.

Rating : 5/5

Reviewer Shweta Kesari