Just a week left for the board exams and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is interacting with about 2,000 students at national capital’s Talkatora stadium on Tuesday, January 29. This is first time in India that students and parents from all across the nation and abroad attending the programme-Pariksha pe Charcha.

The participants belong to countries including Russia, Nigeria, Iran, Nepal, Doha, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Singapore.

The event is being telecasted live by Doordarshan in all government and CBSE schools, colleges and higher education institutions of the country and abroad. This year, a cultural programme of 10 minutes has also been included in which the bright student winners (e.g. Dancers/Singers etc) from Kala Utsav contest, their parents and teachers will be performing. A short film will be telecast on steps taken to reduce exam pressure since last years’ ‘Pariksha Par Charcha’.

The students who will get a chance to question PM Modi were selected through an online competition was organised to select the participants for the programme. Unlike in 2018, programme, this year only selected participants will participate, who won a contest organised through website https://www.MyGov.in will interact with the PM this time. 

Here are the live updates:

Student convey thanks to PM Modi for answering question and encouraging them through Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0

PM Modi’s Pariksha pe Charcha comes to an end with an inspirational message for all the youngsters who are going through pressure in exam time.

?PM Modi: A person does not always get depressed all of a sudden. There are signs that show a person is heading into depression. Ignoring these signs is not a good idea. On the contrary, we must talk about this

Students in Sri Lanka watch PM Modi’s Pariksha pe Charcha 2.0 at Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre in Colombo.

PM Modi: Our learning cannot be reduced to exams only. Our education must equip us to face various challenges of life as well

Sara Sadaf from Kuwait makes a few points on the need to further improve education systems and ensure that exams are not only reduced to rote learning but also showcase what students have learnt.

PM Modi: Compare yourself with your own record and compete with it

Jairpeet Singh is a student based in Tehran, Iran. He is asking PM on the need on encouraging our children constantly and how constant encouragement makes children very happy.

Naren from Tamil Nadu asks PM Modi on aspects relating to time management.

I would request parents- do not expect your children to fulfil your unfulfilled dreams. Every child has his or her own potential and strengths .It is important to understand these positives of every child: PM Modi

PM Modi – “Technology should lead to expansion of the mind and as a means to innovate.”

On kids getting engrossed in video games like #PUBG, PM @narendramodi says we should encourage our kids to adopt technology; to discuss technology but ensure they dont get controlled by technology

PM speaks on parental pressure

 A student, Lavanya, asks PM Modi- How can we overcome parental pressure during exam time.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi starts interacting with parents, teachers and students at Pariksha pe Charcha 2.0

HRD Minister Prakash Javedkar addresses the gathering of students, parents and teachers for Pariksha pe Charcha 2.0 at Talkatora stadium.

Students showcase their spectacular cultural performances. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and HRD Minister Prakash Javedkar are seen enjoying their performances.

PM Modi taking a look at the exhibition at the venue.

Students and parents galore the stadium with excitement. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be arriving shortly.

Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javedkar reached at Talkatora stadium to attend Pariksha pe Charcha 2.0.


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