‘Don’t Look For Shortcuts, Stay Focused’: PM Modi in Pariksha Pe Charcha

Bhubaneswar: Tanmay Biswal of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Konark in Odisha’s Puri requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s advice on preventing cheating during an exam as he gave ideas to students on Friday during the Pariksha Pe Charcha program.

Some students “cheat” by using their imagination during exams, however, if those students use their time and ingenuity wisely, they will succeed to great heights. Students who put in the extra effort are harmed by others who use unfair tactics. I wish to encourage diligent students by saying that your inner power will help you succeed in life. Therefore, never imitate those who cheat or use shortcuts to get through.

Notably, Satabdee Mishra, a Class XI DAV-CDA student from Cuttack, is attending the program in New Delhi. After placing third (classical dance category) at the recently finished national-level Kala Utsav-2022 in Bhubaneswar, Satabdee was given a special invitation by the Ministry of Education to meet PM Modi.

She was present for the beating retreat on January 28 as well as the Republic Day parade in the nation’s capital.

While a record number of 38 lakh kids have signed up to take part in this year’s Pariksha Pe Charcha, 80 winners of the NCERT’s Kala Utsav competition, as well as 102 students and teachers from all over the nation, will attend the main event as special guests.

According to the education minister, NCERT has chosen a small sample of the 20 lakh queries it received to address issues including familial pressure, stress management, the avoidance of unfair practices, maintaining physical fitness, and career choice.

Notably, in April 2022, more than 26,000 kids from Odisha, 5,000 teachers, and 1,200 parents registered online for the “Pariksha Pe Charcha” initiative. The students questioned the PM on a variety of subjects, including test anxiety and stress, what family members expected of their wards, the effects of the new education policy on students’ life, and others.

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