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Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: Don’t pressure, let students pursue, PM Modi’s mantra for parents

Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020 HIGHLIGHTS at DD National, Doordarshan: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is having a 'Pariksha Pe Charcha' with 2,000 students and teachers from across the country.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: January 20, 2020 1:57:58 pm
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Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is having a ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ with 2,000 students and teachers from across the country. Ahead of the event, being held at the Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi, PM Modi said he enjoyed ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ the most among all his programmes.

Encouraging students to have a frank conversation, PM Modi said, “I thought I should share the burden your parents have to bear. Today’s fashion is ‘#withoutfilter’. Just like you speak to your friends, we will talk today.”

During the interaction, he mentioned the failure of Chandrayaan-2. While the prime minister said he was disheartened the moon mission was not entirely successful, he told the students to remember that “every failure is a step towards success.” Good marks in exams are not everything, he told the students in the interaction. “We have to come out of the thinking that exams are everything,” the prime minister said. He also encouraged students to pursue extra-curricular activities but strike a balance.

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13:05 (IST)20 Jan 2020
Do not enter the exam hall with any sort of pressure: PM Modi

As a tip for the students ahead of exams, PM Modi said, "I would urge students to be confident about their own preparation. Do not enter the exam hall with any sort of pressure. Do not worry about what the others are doing.Have faith in yourself and focus on what you’ve prepared."

12:47 (IST)20 Jan 2020
Let them pursue, don't pressure students: PM Modi to parents, teachers

In an advice to the parents and teachers, Modi sadi them to allow the students to "pursue" and not "pressure." "Every parent/teacher must think about how they behaved with the children when they were about 4-5 years old. You didn't pressurize them, you just motivated them. I want parents to accept that their children have grown up, but they must understand that their psyche to help them must never change or go away. Parents who allow their children to pursue things (if they are on the right track) are doing right thing."

12:37 (IST)20 Jan 2020
PM Modi pitches for 'Make in India' at Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020

"Can we decide that by 2022, we will all buy everything that's India made? We will promote 'Make In India'. This will help our economy. This will strengthen our country. We shouldn't let water flow needlessly. We mustn't use electricity more than we need. We must not travel without tickets on trains. There are a lot of responsibilities that can help in the development of the entire country," PM Modi said. 

12:36 (IST)20 Jan 2020
PM Modi at Pariksha Pe Charcha: 'Hope students act on the Fundamental Duties enshrined in Constitution'

Motivating students to follow the Fundamental Duties enshrined in the Indian Constitution, PM Modi said, "There's a fine connection between our rights and responsibilities. Our rights are directly dependent on the responsibilities performed by others. Have you ever thought where will you be in 2047, at the completion of 100 years of India's independence? You'd be leading someone, somewhere in life. If you get a broken and dilapidated country when you become a leader, would you able to lead well? I hope this generation takes it upon themselves to act on some of the Fundamental Duties enshrined in our Constitution."

12:17 (IST)20 Jan 2020
PM Modi encourages students to have a 'gadget-free' hour each day

In his masterclass, PM Modi said, 'Technological trends are changing quickly. It is essential to stay updated with these trends. Fear of technology is not good. Consider it as a friend. There are few things that you should do each day. Have a technology-free hour. Dedicate some time away from the gadgets. Encourage your parents also to do the same. '

12:05 (IST)20 Jan 2020
Extra-curricular activities needn’t be glamour driven: PM Modi tells parents

Cautioning parents not to burden the kids, PM Modi said, "Not pursuing any extra co-curricular activities can make a person like a robot. What is not good is when the passion of the children becomes fashion statements for parents. Extra-curricular activities needn’t be glamour driven. Let each child pursue what he or she likes."

12:00 (IST)20 Jan 2020
PM Modi at Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020: Encourages students to participate in extra-curricular activities

Replying to a question, PM Narendra Mod said that examinations an important milestone in life, but not the end of the world. "Good marks in exams are not everything, we have to come out of the thinking that exams are all," PM Modi said. He also encouraged students to participate in extra-curricular activities. "You should participate in everything, but balance your time efficiently." He also suggests students in class 10 and 12 to do something creative every day even if for 15 minutes. This will help them relax. 

11:59 (IST)20 Jan 2020
'Do you remember the India-Australia test series in 2001' : PM Narendra Modi

Talking about motivation, demotivation, PM Narendra Modi took the example of India-Australia test series in 2001.

"Do you remember the India-Australia test series in 2001? Our cricket team was facing setbacks. The mood was not very good. But, in those moments can we ever forget what Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman281 did. They turned the match around," said PM Narendra Modi.

11:56 (IST)20 Jan 2020
Setback may mean the best is yet to come: PM Modi during Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020

During the interaction, the prime minister also mentioned the India-Australia test series in 2001 to drive home his point. Referring to the match, PM said, "The mood was not very good. But, in those moments can we ever forget what Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman did? They turned the match around. We can add enthusiasm to every aspect of life. A temporary setback doesn’t mean success is not waiting. In fact, a setback may mean the best is yet to come."

11:53 (IST)20 Jan 2020
'Motivation, demotivation are very common' : PM Narendra Modi

PM Narendra Modi said that motivation, demotivation are very common in life. "Motivation, demotivation are very common. Everyone goes through these feelings," said PM Narendra Modi.

Modi also took the example of Chadrayaan. "In this regard, I can never forget my visit to ISRO during Chadrayaan and the time spent with our hardworking scientists," Modi said. 

11:47 (IST)20 Jan 2020
Every failure is a step towards success: PM Modi

Encouraging the students, PM Modi said,"When ISRO launched the moon mission, I was told not to go for Chandrayaan-2's landing as there was no guarntee of success. When I went to attend the launch, I was restless about the failure of the Chandrayaan 2, so I met the scientists to motivate them the next morning.' He further added, 'Motivation, demotivation are very common. Everyone goes through these feelings. But remember that every failure is a step towards success.'

11:37 (IST)20 Jan 2020
Aaj kal ka fashion hai '#withoutfilter' : PM Narendra Modi

"I though I should share the burden your parents have to bear. I am also a member of your family, why not share your parents' burden on a community scale." Referring to the social media trend #WithoutFilter, PM has requested students to raise questions without any filter. "Let this discussion also be free, light-hearted and interesting. We may even make mistakes. And, in my case, if I make a mistake the friends in the media will love it too," PM Modi said.

11:34 (IST)20 Jan 2020
'I also love attending Hackathons,' says PM Modi

Regarding Hackathons, PM Narendra Modi said, "I also love attending Hackathons. They showcase the power and talent of India’s youth."

11:32 (IST)20 Jan 2020
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11:30 (IST)20 Jan 2020
'Pariksha Pe Charcha touches me most,' says PM Modi

At the third edition of Pariksha Pe Charcha, PM Narendra Modi said that the programme touches him the most. "As Prime Minister one gets to attend numerous types of programme. Each of them provides a new set of experiences," said PM Narendra Modi

"But, if someone asks me what is that one programme that touches your heart the most, I would say it is this one," PM said. 

11:27 (IST)20 Jan 2020
PM Narendra Modi greets students, teachers

PM Narendra Modi greeted students saying, "My dear youngsters, your friend Narendra Modi is once again in your midst. Let me begin by wishing you all a happy 2020."

11:23 (IST)20 Jan 2020
HRD minister Nishank welcome students, teachers

"My dear children, I welcome all of you from over 37 million students, parents, teachers from 37 states and union territories and 25 countries across India," tweeted HRD minister Nishank

मेरे प्‍यारे बच्‍चों एवं #ParikshaPeCharcha2020 कार्यक्रम से जुड़े संपूर्ण भारत के 37 राज्य और केन्द्र शासित प्रदेशों एवं 25 देशो के 15 करोड़ से अधिक विद्यार्थी, अभिभावक, अध्यापक गण मै आप सबका स्वागत करता हूँ अभिनंदन करता हूँ।

— Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) January 20, 2020

11:19 (IST)20 Jan 2020
'Students, Teachers from 27 countries watching Pariksha Pe Charcha': HRD Minister Nishank

Addressing students and teachrers, HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said that not only students from India, but students from 27 countries is watching live Pariksha Pe Charcha.

11:16 (IST)20 Jan 2020
HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank addressing students

HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank is addressing students. A total of 2,000 students and teachers attended the event. The students have been selected through an essay competition

11:14 (IST)20 Jan 2020
‘Ye PUBG wala hey kya' : PM Modi at Pariksha Pe Charcha 2019

‘Ye PUBG wala hey kya,’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday asked a concerned parent over her kid’s online game addiction. PM Modi’s reply comes on a query by Madhumita Sengupta, a parent from New Delhi who asked for tips to shift the focus of her child from online games. “My son was good at studies but his performance is deteriorating as he is focusing too much on online games. How should I deal with it?”

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Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: For the Pariksha Pe Charcha programme, the ministry received around 2.6 lakh entries from students. Last year, it was around 1.4 lakh entries. PM Modi took 10 questions in the 2018 edition of Pariksha Pe Charcha and 16 in last year’s. This year’s event was initially scheduled for January 16 but was rescheduled due to festivals across the country.

Neha Rajaram Patil, a student of Class X at Kaivalya Vidya Niketan in Lonavala, has been selected for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Pariksha Pe Charcha-2020’ (Discussion on exam) event. Neha will get a chance to meet PM Modi in New Delhi on January 20 for the event.