The third edition of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's programme 'Pariksha Pe Charcha-2020' is being organised at Talkatora Indoor Stadium in Delhi. A total of 2,000 students and teachers have attended the event, of which 1,050 students have been selected through an essay competition.
PM Narendra Modi meets, interacts with students, after ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020’
Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets and interacts with students, after Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020’ in Delhi
We should dream of doing something: PM Modi
"The stress is not due to exams but related to the ambition of becoming something. You think that if you fail the exam, you'd fail to become that. It is this tension. We should never dream about becoming something rather we should dream of doing something," said PM Modi.
Prime Minister requests students to read 'Exam Warriors' book
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has requested all the students to read his book 'Exam Warriors' to get more tips to attain success in board exams 2020. PM Modi has urged students to read the book twice in next two days as it will help them with all their questions.
PM Modi urges to walk out of comfort zone
PM Modi says, "If we walk out of our comfort zone and get into challenge mode, only then we understand whether we can do things or not."
Stay focused at what you have to do, says PM Modi
"The more stress you take in with you in the exam hall, the more difficult it will get. The more self-confidence you walk in with, the easier it will be for all of you," said PM Modi
PM Modi suggests students to start with the easier questions to get accustomed to the paper, so that it becomes easier.
"Stay focused at what you have to do and you will have clarity in your mind," added Modi.
PM Modi gives example of Anil Kumble bowling with injury
Prime Minister NarendraModi gave the example of spin-legend Anil Kumble bowling with injury during a match against West Indies and Rahul Dravid and V V S Laxman partnership of 376 runs in a test match against Australia as the "power of motivation and positive thinking".
Do not play blame game with family, PM Modi tells students
Students who are preparing for boards should maintain the discipline themselves and not put the blame on their parents, PM Modi said.
What is the best time to study? How to manage time
"I feel obliged that the students have asked me how to manage time, as it is a very personal question which we generally ask our family members", PM Narendra Modi said.
"Wake up early morning and study, this is the best time for any work," PM Modi advised.
Moreover, he said, "Do as per your comfort."
How to overcome depression?
Students generally suffer depression due to ongoing cut-throat competition in this age and time. A few students asked how to overcome depression these days.
To this query, he said, "Always encourage your children to take challenges in life." Further, he said, "Pursue, do not pressure your children." He also gave an example of spring, which can lose its original capacity, and hence be of no use. Therefore, parents should avoid putting pressure on children.
Small efforts make big changes: PM Modi on answering 'students rights and duties'
"Every person should do what they can do at their level, even small efforts lead to big changes in life. Even switching off light to save energy is a good effort," PM Narendra Modi said.
What are students' rights and duties?
When students asked about practising their rights and duties, PM Modi, said, "If we do our duties genuinely, then there is no need to ask for our rights."
"We should ask ourselves are we doing our duties effectively," he said.
He advised, "Students should see what they can do right now in favour of their country which can benefit them and the country in future."
How social networking is taking your time
PM Narendra Modi asks students to learn with technology and not get carried away with social media apps. "You should give time in learning the latest technology," he said.
He further advises, "Do not let technology take over your life, it is just a small part of your life."
"Keep yourself away from technology for at least one or two hours every day. Instead spend time with a pet or family member to overcome this influence of technology in our lives," he said.
How to overcome fear of technology: PM Modi
As students are fearful about the growing use of technology and its shortcomings, PM Modi explained how to use gadgets efficiently.
"Save yourself from getting exploited by technology," he said.
"Do not let technology rule you, rather, rule the technology," PM Narendra Modi said.
How to maintain a balance between studies and extra-curricular activities
A few students asked, "How to maintain a balance between studies and extra-curricular activities"
To this, PM Modi answered, "We should try and learn from experiences. One cannot live like a robot".
"We are not living in past times, today opportunities are humongous; therefore, we must always try," he added.
Also, he pointed out the main social stigma. He said that parents were earlier pressurising students with studies and better marks. However, now, they also discuss extra-curricular activities.
In a nutshell, he asked students to try and learn from experience. "It is important to take part in extra-curricular activities," PM Modi said.
Marks gained in exams is not everything in life: PM Modi
PM Narendra Modi advises parents to not pressurise students about exams and entrances as the world is full of opportunities and they should not restrict their children only to school examinations.
Learn to take triumph over demotivated situation from Indian cricket team
Elongating the answer asked by the student at Pariksha Par Charcha 2020, PM Modi gave an example of how the Indian cricket team won the match despite a demotivated situation.
PM Modi sets example of Chandrayaan
Amid answering students queries, PM Narendra Modi says, "When I went to attend the launch of Chandrayaan 2. I was restless about the failure of the Chandrayaan 2, so I met the scientists to motivate them the next morning." He further added, "Every failure is a step towards success."
Student asks how to lift mood while preparing for boards
As a student at Pariksha Par Charcha 2020 asks how to maintain mood while studying for boards, PM Modi answered, saying, "We first need to understand why our mood gets off".
When students' parents ask them to study and follow the time table, they tend to keep a track on the time.
"The main bone of contention is keeping a check at the time," he added.
Therefore, managing the mind and mood is done by self-control, he advised.
I explain students in a friendly manner: PM Modi
While addressing the third Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020, PM Narendra Modi, mentioned #WithoutFilter. "The difference between me and your parents is I can intract with students in a friendly manner," PM Modi says.
Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020: HRD minister gives welcome note, ahead of PM Modi's speech
HRD minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' is delivering a speech to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi, students and teachers.
Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020: PM Modi attends exhibition ahead of his interaction with school students
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with students, teachers and parents and will share valuable tips with them to ensure they take the upcoming board and entrance exams in a relaxed manner.
Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020: Check PM Narendra Modi's tweet
The third edition of Pariksha Pe Charcha (PPC) will be held today, January 20, in New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with over two thousand students, teachers and parents across India in his programme 'Pariksha Pe Charcha-2020'.
Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020: 2,000 students and teachers to attend event
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with over two thousand students, teachers and parents across India in his programme 'Pariksha Pe Charcha-2020'. A total of 2,000 students and teachers will attend the programme, out of which 1,050 students have been selected through an essay competition.
"The students who will get to ask questions to the prime minister have been shortlisted on the basis of essays submitted by them on five subjects -- 'Gratitude is Great', 'Your Future Depends on Your Aspirations', 'Examining Exams', 'Our Duties, Your Take' and 'Balance is Beneficial'," said Meena.
PM Narendra Modi to interact with specially abled children during 'Pariksha Pe Charcha'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with students especially with the specially abled children on January 20 during 'Pariksha Pe Charcha'. The students will get the opportunity to ask questions to the Prime Minister and share their thoughts with him.
"The specially-abled children have been selected through a painting competition on the theme of 'dealing with exam stress'. The best paintings will also be displayed at the venue," said RC Meena, Joint Secretary, HRD Ministry.
A total of 2,000 students and teachers will attend the programme, out of which 1,050 students have been selected through an essay competition.
Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020: When, where and how to watch PM Modi's live telecast
As per reports, the Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020 programme will start at 11 am and will be broadcast on YouTube.
Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020: Direct link to watch Narendra Modi's live telecast
Watch the event Live on YouTube
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