PM Modi to interact with students, advise them on beating exam stress
After launching his book "Exam Warriors" where he talks about beating exam related stress, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi is now holding "Pariksha pe charcha" through which he will interact with students live in Delhi's Talkatora stadium. Those who are in school can also attend through virtual mediums of radio and television.
At Talkatora, he will be interacting with around 2500 students where he will take live questions. Questions sent online by students will also be included in the session.Ahead of the board exams for Class 10 and 12, Modi will be interacting with students to advise them in beating exam stress.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has asked all schools to make necessary arrangements for the programme to be made available for students through TV or radio on February 16.
As per the circular sent by CBSE, questions that students ask should to be specifically about ways to beat exam stress. They can submit their questions on MyGov website, like the questions for "Mann ki Baat" are taken.
"Students of Classes 6 onwards will be allowed to listen to or watch the programme in schools. It will be aired through All India Radio channels, DD National and streamed live on the YouTube channel of MHRD," a CBSE circular sent in this regard on Thursday read.
It added that only students from Class 9 and above will be allowed to ask questions from the PM, which he will answer during his session.
CBSE has asked all schools to make sure that students attend this programme. Schools have also been asked to submit a detailed report on the programme, later.
sources : DNA