The 7th edition of Pariksha Pe Charcha was set for January 29. More than 3,000 students participated in the congregation at Bharat Mandapam in New Delhi. However, the event’s impact extends beyond the physical site, with over 2 crore registrations on the MyGov portal for virtual participation. This enormous number of virtual viewers illustrates how popular and interesting the event is among students around the country.
This provided students with an opportunity to directly engage with the Prime Minister, ask questions, and obtain vital insights into exam preparation and stress management.
PM Modi provided pupils with helpful ideas for dealing with test stress ahead of the next board exam sessions
- Managing exam stress and anxiety
- Effective Study Methods and Time Management
- Maintaining a healthy lifestyle throughout tests
- The value of parental assistance and guidance
- The Power of Positive Thinking and Self-Belief
Pariksha Pe Charcha fosters a positive academic culture
The program connects students directly with the Prime Minister, allowing them to ask questions, receive vital exam preparation tips, and conquer exam anxiety. Aside from individual help, it fosters a positive academic culture by incorporating parents and teachers and fostering overall student well-being. In essence, it provides a platform for learning, motivation, plus stress-free exam preparation.
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Drishti Chauhan, a Gujarati student, and Swati, a Keralan student, were looking for a solution to eliminate competitiveness among classmates. PM Modi stated that while competition is healthy, it should not be twisted. Stop comparing, even within your family; it’s dangerous. Don’t hold grudges against your friends; instead, be inspired by them.
PM Modi highlights the value of challenges and healthy competition in life, arguing that without them, life is dull. Prime Minister Modi emphasizes the pervasiveness of the comparison attitude in students. This starts early in life owing to family influences. He encourages parents to avoid comparing their children to the successes of others. Instead, he focuses on building a supportive environment that encourages general growth and well-being. Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasizes the importance of having ambitious friends, calling them a source of blessings.