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Pariksha Pe Charcha 2024: PM Modi advises students to compete with themselves, not others

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the 7th edition of ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ today at the Bharat Mandapam in Delhi, where he engaged with students and parents on dealing with examination stress.

The annual event saw the Prime Minister advising students not to allow parental or peer pressure to affect their confidence and morale during exams. “Compete with yourself, not others,” PM Modi told the students.

Key Takeaways from PM’s Address

  • Avoid comparisons by parents and teachers as it harms students’ mental well-being. Have heartfelt conversations instead.
  • Build a deeper bond between teachers and students, so students can discuss tensions openly.
  • Keep your body healthy through proper sleep and diet, for a healthy mind.
  • Practice regularly to build confidence, irrelevant of difficulty level. Stay focused on your preparation.
  • Set small goals during prep to gradually improve performance.
  • Be insightful in analysis but decisive in removing confusions. Indecisiveness is worse.
  • Use technology positively. Discretion needed on usage.
  • Parents must not create competition among siblings. Rather, inspire each other.

The Prime Minister’s annual interaction with students ahead of board exams aims to help them overcome stress and anxiety. This year’s event saw PM advising parents and teachers to create a supportive environment for students.

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