Registration for participation in Pariksha Pe Charcha by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will start from tomorrow, December 28.
Pariksha Pe Charcha is an initiative that was started by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2018. It is an annual event where Prime Minister interacts with students, parents and teachers from India. PM talks about tips that one should understand before giving board exams.
Participants have to go through a competition and the winners get chance to attend the event. Some participants also get to meet Prime Minister in person. However, this might not be the case this year due to growing circumstances of terror by Omicron variant of corona virus.
Who Can Participate?
Students from Class 9th to 12th participate in the event. Teachers and parents can also participate.
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Officials have not announced the date and time of Pariksha Pe Charcha event. Last year this event took place on April 7. Students, parents and teachers can register to participate on mygov.in.
At last year event held in April PM Narendra Modi talked about importance of being relaxed before and during exams. PM requested parents and teachers to not put pressure on students so that they can give their exams without pressure. When students will not be pressurized then their fear of exams in them will go away easily.
Parents should understand that every child is different and they should understand child’s caliber. Parents should focus on strengths of their child. He further said that parents should create a healthy environment for their children.
One student asked a question to PM Narendra Modi. She asked how to deal with a subject that you don’t like.
PM response was befitting. He said It is ok to not like or be weak in some subjects but do not consider them a failure point. Successful people are those who focus on their strengths. One must focus on tough subjects and treat them as a challenge.”