Criticism and Pragmatic Approach

Criticism is the most discussed topic in today’s world. People love to criticize each other and each other’s works.  Sometimes it works and sometimes it ruins one’s self-confidence. So, it always creates confusion within us that which criticism we should take to consider or which to reject.  Yesterday, I went through a great article of Amitav in his blog Amitav Choudhury on this topic. He considered almost every aspect of criticism in that article.  I think it will help you like me to get rid of the confusion over the criticisms.  Read this article in this link- Criticism and Pragmatic Approach.

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Amitav Chowdhury
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I love the introduction you have written. Very important points here, ‘People love to criticize each other and each other’s works. Sometimes it works and sometimes it ruins one’s self-confidence. So, it always creates confusion within us that which criticism we should take to consider or which to reject.’ Always to be remembered.

Sayanti aka Shine
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Thanks, Amitav.

Amitav Chowdhury
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Thank you for including my Article on your blog.

Sayanti aka Shine
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It’s my pleasure.

Amy
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Good point, Sayanti! Criticism is acceptable when one is not target on the person constantly.

Sayanti aka Shine
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Yes, I also believe the same if the critic is genuine.

kiranmag
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I think criticism should be of constructive type always giving the scope for an improvement of an individual.

I had a maths teacher in my school never appriciated my performance..every time after the exams he used to call me and point out my flaws and mistakes.I took it postively improving more and more each time.
” You are one of best students i have ever met, I had been pointing out your mistakes and flaws with a view of improvement ” was his remark when i met him last.

Have a nice time Sayanti.

Sayanti aka Shine
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It was not a criticism. I think advice for your development or you said constructive criticism. How do you recognise which is constructive and which is destructive?
So, I believe in self-criticism. You did your best in math because you knew that whatever your teacher said you is for your improvement. You had a faith on him. Hence, you took those criticism positively. Trust on the critic is one of the important factors to take the criticisms for improvement.

kiranmag
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Thats true ☺. We ourselves are the better judge.

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