10 Highlights From PM Modi's Interaction With Students At Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020

Here are the top 10 highlights from 'Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020', where PM Modi enlightened school students with his words.

PM Modi interacted with school students and teachers in 'Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020' where he shared his wisdom on topics related to examinations with the students and teachers present there.

The event was attended by nearly 2000 students and teachers, out of which nearly 1050 students were selected through an essay competition.

The event commenced at 11 AM today i.e. January 20, 2020 and was broadcasted live on YouTube as well as Doordarshan.

Here are some of the major highlights from 'Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020':

1. PM Modi addresses students #WithoutFilter

PM Modi started his interaction by stating that he can interface with students without any filter. He said, "The difference between me and your parents is I can interact with students in a friendly manner."

2. Managing mood during studying through self-control

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 track of the time.

Therefore, managing the mind and mood is done by self-control, he advised.

3. PM Modi sets an example of Chandrayaan

While 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."

4. PM Modi says Marks are Not Everything

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.

5. Overcoming the Fear of Technology

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. Do not let technology rule you, rather, rule the technology," PM said.

6. Student's Rights and Duties

When students asked about practicing their rights and duties, PM Modi, said, "If we do our duties genuinely, then there is no need to ask for our rights."

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."

7. PM Modi gives advice on dealing with 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.

8. Stay focused on what you have to do: 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

"Stay focused at what you have to do and you will have clarity in your mind," he added.

9. PM Modi suggests students to read 'Exam Warriors'

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 the next two days as it will help them with all their questions.

10. 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.

(Source: IndiaToday)

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