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Pariksha Pe Charcha 2024:Joining the live session With PM Modi emphasized the importance of competing with oneself rather than others, aiming to alleviate exam-related stress.

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The event, designed to discuss and tackle the challenges of exams, took place at Bharat Mandapam in Delhi, where the Prime Minister(PM Modi) also explored a tech innovation exhibition and engaged with students.

PM Modi told parents to look at their child’s report card in a new way, saying not to treat it as if it’s their own visiting card. He also explained that it’s important for students to focus on their own growth and not compare themselves to others.

Reflecting on the pressure associated with exams, the Prime Minister likened the event to an exam for himself as well.He said it’s important not to feel too much pressure because it can make it hard to do your best. He said it’s a good idea to take things one step at a time and make sure there’s a nice balance between personal and school growth. He suggested going about personal and academic development in a steady and well-balanced way.

Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, present at the event, welcomed PM Modi and expressed the commitment to make India a developed nation by 2047 under his leadership. The Education Minister referred to Pariksha Pe Charcha as a mass movement.

PM Modi – Pariksha Pe Charcha 2024

The main things to remember from PM Modi’s talk are:

  • He doesn’t like it when parents, teachers, or relatives make negative comparisons. Instead, he thinks it’s important to have supportive and positive talks with students.
  • Advocating for a deep and open relationship between teachers and students, where students feel comfortable discussing their concerns and insecurities.
  • Highlighting how important it is to stay physically healthy for a happy mind, and making sure to get enough good sleep.
  • Encouraging consistent practice for increased confidence, with a focus on personal growth rather than external comparisons.
  • Advising students to set small goals during preparation, gradually improving performance to build confidence.
  • Talking about how confusion and not being able to make decisions can be bad, and saying it’s important to think carefully and make clear decisions.Also, suggesting a balanced way of using technology and saying it’s crucial to be careful about how much we use it. Urging parents to inspire rather than instill a sense of competition among their children.

To sum up, the live session aimed to help students, parents, and teachers with useful advice on facing exam challenges and creating a positive learning atmosphere.

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