Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with the students on Monday during the third edition of the ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020’ program in Delhi’s Talkatora Stadium.
During the session, PM interacted with the students and solved their questions on how to beat the exam stress.
Prime minister said as a prime minister he has to attend many types of programs. Although each program provides a new experience this program touches his heart the most.
There were around 2,000 students participated from across the country.
Modi asked students to interact with him openly” Speak to me hashtag without filter” assuring students of his complete focus.
Modi further said to keep updated with the technology but it should not rule your life.
He further aid we should have the strength to keep technology under control and make sure that is should not waste our time. Our rooms should be technology-free therefore whoever enters the home will not carry any gadgets.
He also told students that we have to come out of the thinking that exams are not everything.
He further explained the importance of extra-curricular activities and said if you are not doing any activity, you will become robots. E aid out youth is full of energy and dreams.
He also underlined the statement that class X and XII will be shaping the future decade and this New Year and coming decade are equally important for you and the country.
The topics Hackathons and the importance of managing mental pressure during exams were also discussed in the meet. Hackathon is an event that lasts for several days where a large number of computer programmers meet to engage in a particular project.
He said he loves attending Hackathons where the youth showcase their power and talent in India. Thousands of students participate in this and he feels how the youth of India thinks and what they do.
Before attending the students, PM Modi went through an exhibition of beautiful artworks by students in Delhi and even interacted with some students.
“Eagerly awaiting today’s #ParikshaPeCharcha2020! It is always a delight to connect with India’s youth. Their energy and vibrancy are unparalleled. Today we would talk about numerous subjects relating to exams and even life beyond exams,” the Prime Minister tweeted earlier.
The government press release said the HRD ministry launched a ‘short essay’ competition on five different themes for students from class 9 to 12 in coordination with MyGov.
Contest for participation in ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020’
Prime Minister Modi announced a contest in December 2019 to select students who will join ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha ‘ with him in 2020 in New Delhi. The contest was open for students from 9 to 12 classes. The Prime minister also shared the link of the contest which the “mygov.in” website was hosting.
The contest said that Pariskha Pe Charcha is not only to stress out the way students appearing for boards or other entrance exams but for a chance to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and interact with him.
The first edition of the Prime Minister’s interaction with students ‘Parisksha Pe Charcha’ held two years ago on February 16, 2018, at Talkatora stadium.