Narendra Modi’s tips for exams in Pariksha Par Charcha 2024

The 7th edition of 'Pariksha Pe Charcha' kicked off on January 29, 2024, In New Delhi, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared some practical tips with students, teachers, and parents.

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The 7th edition of ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ began on January 29, 2024, at Bharat Mandapam, ITPO, New Delhi, at 11:00 AM. During the event, Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasized the significance of aspects such as friendship, health, stress management, technology, and adequate sleep for students preparing for exams. Here are the major takeaways from PM Modi’s interaction with children, parents, and students at PPC 2024.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi used the example of how someone gets ready to board a train when discussing how to deal with exam tension before entering the exam room. Similar to how we have to select our compartment and choose which bag to put on the train first when we arrive early at the train station, students too need to mentally prepare before entering the exam room. He informed students at PPC 2024 that they have 10 to 15 minutes before the exam begins and that they must make the most of this time.

In addition, he stated that “practice makes perfect” and that pupils should write a lot to be well-prepared for the exam. He went on, “Just as someone who practices swimming is not afraid to drown.” While commencing the event, Modi said that students had come to that place where all the great leaders of the world sat for two days and discussed the future of the world. “Today you are in that place and you are discussing the future of India,” he said.

Through the MyGov platform, more than two crore students registered for the seventh Pariksha Pe Charcha 2024 edition. A formal announcement states that 22,631,698 pupils have signed up for the current term. According to the MyGov portal, almost 14 lakh educators and 5 lakh parents have registered for the session. In addition, the Prime Minister will engage with around 4,000 individuals during the event. For the first time, one hundred pupils from Eklavya Model Residential Schools will be present at the event. A total of 38.80 lakh students registered for the event last year, 16 lakh of whom were from state boards. PM Modi stated that only 22,000 people applied for the PPC exam when it first began in 2018. Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan addressed the students at PPC 2024 and welcomed the prime minister. “I welcome PM Modi. We have to make India a developed India by 2047 and it will be done under your leadership…Today ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ has taken the form of a mass movement..,” said Pradhan, reported ANI

PM Modi encouraged students to ensure that technology doesn’t become a problem or a burden. He believe that if used wisely, technology can be a blessing. “Educate your parents about technology and what all you can learn from your mobile. Inform them about why your are using your mobile, and how your search for certain topics and subjects on your handheld device is helping you in your academics,” he advised.

While talking about goal setting and striving to achieve it, PM Modi said, “Children may burden themselves with belief that their performance is subpar. I recommend setting small goals while preparing and gradually Improving your performance.” He emphasized that this method ensures thorough preparation long before the exams.

By: Gursharan Kaur

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