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Pariksha Par Charcha: Politics is not in my nature, i believe in working for people: Modi

By Vikas

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will today interact with lakhs students across the country about how to take examinations without any worry. Pariksha Par Charcha comes two weeks after the Prime Minister launched his book titled 'Exam Warriors' that contains 25 mantras to help students face examinations without stress.

Pariksha Par Charcha

PM Modi took to Twitter today to share the details of the programme scheduled for February 16, during which he will interact with thousands of students prepping for the crucial board examinations.

Stay tuned for live updates here:

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2:09 PM, 16 Feb
PM Modi's interaction with the students ends.
2:07 PM, 16 Feb
Tamil is an ancient language, unfortunately i cannot speak Tamil: PM Modi
2:06 PM, 16 Feb
I could not speak in the mother tongue of all students, i apologise for it: PM Modi
2:05 PM, 16 Feb
All the best for exams, do give me marks on my interaction: Modi
2:03 PM, 16 Feb
Politics is not in my nature, i believe in working for people: PM Modi
2:02 PM, 16 Feb
I dedicate myself to serving people of the country, elections will take care of themselves: Modi
2:02 PM, 16 Feb
Focus should be on working hard, results are just a by product: Modi
2:00 PM, 16 Feb
You should become a journalist: Modi tell a student.
2:00 PM, 16 Feb
Student question: We both have exams, i have board exams and you have elections, are you nervous?
1:58 PM, 16 Feb
Have a firm resolve, have a goal: Modi tells students
1:45 PM, 16 Feb
Earlier, teachers were like part of the family. Parents used to approach teachers to discuss about their children: PM Modi
1:44 PM, 16 Feb
Student asks: What advise would you give teachers to boost the confidence of students during exams?
1:41 PM, 16 Feb
Relaxing asanaas, sleep are very important: PM Modi
1:36 PM, 16 Feb
Must ensure that we spend time with people less privileged, this improves EQ: Modi
1:34 PM, 16 Feb
Must work on improving Emotional Quotient (EQ): PM Modi
1:32 PM, 16 Feb
PM explains the difference between IQ and EQ.
1:28 PM, 16 Feb
Student asks: How can Yoga help in studies?
1:27 PM, 16 Feb
Along with studies you must also indulge in sports, listening to music or any such thing that interests you: PM Modi
1:22 PM, 16 Feb
To focus, first we must learn to defocus: PM
1:22 PM, 16 Feb
Student asks: How to keep away from phones and focus on studies?
1:19 PM, 16 Feb
My advise to parents is that don't make child's education a status issue: PM Modi
1:18 PM, 16 Feb
Child in joint families learns everything about politics: PM
1:18 PM, 16 Feb
Every child in India is a born politician: Modi
1:16 PM, 16 Feb
Parents sometimes try to impose their unfilled aspirations on their children: PM Modi
1:14 PM, 16 Feb
Never doubt that they want the best for you: PM Modi
1:13 PM, 16 Feb
Trust the intentions of your parents, try to understand what they want from you: Modi
1:13 PM, 16 Feb
Students question: How to deal with pressure put by parents?
1:10 PM, 16 Feb
Compete with yourself, don't focus on competition much. Always focus on giving your best: PM Modi
1:05 PM, 16 Feb
Play according to your strengths: Modi
1:03 PM, 16 Feb
Students ask about expectations from parents

The human resource development (HRD) ministry had earlier this week said that over 20,000 questions have been recieved within a span of four days. Students were asked to submit their questions on MyGov platform between February 6, 2018 to February 11, 2018. An HT report quoted an HRD ministry official as saying that more than 20,000 questions have been received from across the country. Questions have come even from states such as Andaman and Nicobar, Jammu and Kashmir, Kerala, Goa and the northeast, said the report.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued a directive for all schools ahead of the same to ensure maximum reach of the event.

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