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Mann Ki Baat: PM Narendra Modi interacts with successful CBSE students, shares their stories

Mann Ki Baat 2020: Speaking about the success stories of the country's rural area, the Prime Minister said, their achievements were not limited only in sports and other fields, but can be seen in board exam results

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 26, 2020 9:09:23 pm
Mann Ki Baat Mann Ki Baat 2020: PM Narendra Modi congratulated the successful students of CBSE

Mann Ki Baat 2020: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has spoken to some successful students of the Central Board of Secondary Examinations (CBSE), and congratulated them in today’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’. PM went on interacting with students, most of them are from small towns and villages. Speaking about the success stories of the country’s rural area, the Prime Minister said, their achievements were not limited only in sports and other fields, but can be seen in board exam results. PM Modi has also shared their success stories through his Twitter handle.

In his interaction with Kritika Nandal from Panipat, the top scorer said that her mother was her biggest inspiration in life. Kritika told Prime Minister that she wished to become a doctor in life.

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Prime Minister spoke to Vinayak then, a student from Ernakulam, Kerala. Congratulating him, Modi said, “He is also a very lucky person because he is not on social media yet.” According to Vinayak, hard work and proper time management is his secret to success.

After Vinayak, Prime Minister had a word with Usman Saifi from Uttar Pradesh’s Amroha. According to Usman, his favourite subject is mathematics, and he got interested due to a teacher Rajat, who taught this subject well.

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Upon knoing his interest on the subject, PM advised him to take Vedic Maths classes. He said, “I am sure it would be a great learning experience.”

Usman has already cleared JEE Main in first attempt, and will appear for the second term in September. He wished to get a Bachelor degree from IIT, and then move on to clear UPSC CSE exam.

Prime Minister then asked Kaniga from Tamil Nadu Namakkal about her preparation strategy. The girl attributed her success to hard work since beginning. Kaniga got more than her expectations, 490 (98 per cent marks).

Kaniga wished to be a doctor in future and her favourite subject is mathematics.

PM Narendra Modi advised students to share their success stories that will inspire the whole country.

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