New Delhi: Asserting that competition in all spheres of life is getting rigorous, businessman Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, on Thursday told ANI in an exclusive interview he has instructed his children that nothing less than 90 percent marks will work if they want to succeed in life.
In an exclusive interview to ANI, Vadra said that in his times he was a good student, but added today one needs a lot to succeed.
"I was a fine student, but at that time 60-70 percent was enough. Today, less than 90 percent does not matter. I have told my children that nothing less than 90 percent will do," said Vadra.
Vadra further said that he was active in sports during his school days while stating that this has helped him cope up with the challenges in his life.