Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked students not to fear for exams but to celebrate them. Prime Minister also asked parents not to pressurize kids and let them enjoy exams. Engaging with students, parents and teachers at the first virtual edition of Pariksha Pe Charcha, Mr Modi shared his mantras to overcome stress and anxiety. He stressed that students and parents should not consider exams the end of life and always try to do better in the next attempt.
The Prime Minister asked teachers to guide students on time management. While interacting with Punyo Sunya from Arunachal Pradesh and Vineeta Garg from Delhi, Mr Modi suggested that students should divide their attention and energy accordingly towards each subject. Prime Minister also said a student should always try to attempt the difficult topic in the beginning and devote more time to it. Mr Modi added that hard subjects and topics must be done in the morning before jumping onto easier topics, because the mind is fresh and concentration is sharp.
Mr Modi also highlighted the importance of spare time saying it is essential for the day to not become monotonous and robotic. He said on their spare time, they can help their parents and siblings with chores and also do things they are passionate about. Prime Minister said he likes to sit on his swing and wind off after a hard day. Mr Modi asked students to devote their spare time in activities through which they can express themselves and develop their personality. Prime Minister said creativity can take people to newer heights.
Mr Modi asked students to keep their minds calm and fresh while entering the examination hall. He asked them leave all their tensions outside the examination room and focus on the questions. Mr Modi said, students should stop thinking that their memory is average.
Prime Minister requested children to make a list of things they need everyday and try to buy local products to strengthen the vision of Aatma Nirbhar Bharat and Vocal For Local. Mr Modi said, we are celebrating 75 years of independence as Amrit Mahotsav and he wants the students to write about freedom fighters and think about the next 75 years of the nation.
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