Prime Minister Narendra Modi held an interactive session with school and college students today to discuss the importance of stress-free exams. The session “Pariksha Par Charcha” was aired in all CBSE-affiliated schools and students were encouraged to ask questions and share stress-relieving techniques with the PM. Since Class 10 and 12 board exams are approaching, students are particularly worried about getting a good score in the exams.
PM Modi has been insisting that the students should not be worried while answering exams and even charted a ‘guide’ for students on how to approach exams like a ‘warrior’. Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar will also be present along with MoS in the HRD Ministry Upendra Kushwaha.
Question to PM, ‘how are you preparing since you’ll also be facing an exam in the form of Lok Sabha elections next year?’ PM answers, ‘if I was your teacher I would’ve guided you to take up journalism kyuki aise lapet ke sawal journalists hi puchte hain.’
I focus on learning and make it your religion; exams, results and marks are the by-product of your work. If you think too much about results it comes in the way of achieving other things. In politics too, I believe in working and do not care about the result.
Question to PM, ‘How are you preparing since you’ll also be facing an exam in the form of Lok Sabha elections next year?’
PM answers, ‘If I was your teacher I would’ve guided you to take up journalism kyuki aise lapet ke sawal journalists hi puchte hain.’
Gaurav has a question for the Prime Minister on how a student should select a career. No matter what you choose as a career option you must give it your 100 percent. The will to do something is a great motivator, it guides you to chose the roadmap to your success.
Jai Mistry seeks the Prime Minister’s views on effective time management and how it can improve exam preparation. For students, one timetable or a schedule can’t be appropriate for the full year. It is essential to be flexible and make the best use of one’s time: PM Narendra Modi.
Kushagra from Shillong has a question on the bond between a teacher and student. “In our society teachers are like family members. Such a spirit was more common earlier and we have to reignite this spirit further today,” said Modi.
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Abhinav, Saloni have interesting questions relating to the importance of taking breaks, resting, playing sports during exams. Bhavna Jalal asks the Prime Minister about the role of IQ and EQ in the life of a student.
Neha from Kozhikode, Aruna Srivastava, and Yukti ask PM Narendra Modi on aspects relating to peer pressure. PM Modi suggests Yoga as a means of relieving stress. He talks about how different asanas can help in relaxing the mind and easing up the nervousness which gives a positive energy reduces stress. Modi has often spoken about the importance of yoga in his radio show as well.