PM Modi To Interact with Students in Pariksha Pe Charcha 2022 on April 01 – NEET, Board Exams and Other 5 Top Questions by Students


Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to interact with the students in Pariksha Pe Charcha 2022 which is going to be held on April 01, 2022. This will be the fifth edition of the event and it is going to be held at Talkatora Stadium, New Delhi. The interaction is going to be joined by students, parents and teachers from all over the country.

Pariksha Pe Charcha 2022

According to several reports, more than 15.7 lakh participants have already registered for the event. Altogether, more than 12 lakh students, 02 lakh teachers and 90 thousand parents have registered for the event. However, the participations have been closed. This is an excellent learning opportunity as it allows the Prime Minister to interact with the students face-to-face.

Important Questions Asked

In the previous Pariksha Pe Charcha In the sessions, the questions that were mostly asked by the students revolved around exam stress, parental pressure, and concentration in studies. Some of the questions that are expected to come up in this year’s event are as follows.

1. What should the students do to concentrate on their students since they get easily distracted?

2. How to change the mentality of parents who consider studying to be the end to earning?

3. Despite distractions, how can students focus better during exam sessions?

4. How to deal with nervousness during exams?

5. How can one not forget the answers that they have learned?

Important Takeaways from previous Pariksha Pe Charcha

Last year, Pariksha Pe Charcha was held on April 07 at Delhi. In the event, the Prime Minister put more emphasis on reducing the pressure on students for creating a healthy learning environment. He also asked the students to learn more about the country and the freedom struggle. PM Modi also urged the students to do something for the country once the board exams get over. When a student asked about the importance of marks, he said that marks do not define the caliber of any student.

He said that if the pressure on students is decreased, then the fear of exams will automatically come down. As a result, students will be able to focus better. Students have the power to memorize everything if they are fully involved in that moment.

With regard to the COVID-19 situation, PM Modi said that the pandemic has taught many lessons, the most important of which is to not take anything for granted. It made everyone realize the importance of basic needs that help us stay alive. He also explained the ways of handling peer pressure in life.

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