Updated: February 15, 2020 5:59:28 pm
CBSE Board exams 2020: With the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) starting the annual class 10 and class 12 examinations from today, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent his wishes to ‘exam warriors’ through a tweet.
The Prime Minister, who had earlier released a book called ‘exam warrior’ to help students and parents de-stress and remain cool during the board exams, wrote, “I urge my young friends to appear for the exams in a happy and stress-free manner.”
As the CBSE Class X and XII exams commence today, best wishes to all young Exam Warriors, their parents and teachers. I urge my young friends to appear for the exams in a happy and stress-free manner. Months of hardwork and preparation will surely lead to great things!
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) February 15, 2020
Over 30.96 lakh students have registered to appear for CBSE board exams this year, of which 18,89,878 candidates will be appearing for class 10 and 12,06,893 students for class 12 exams.
Meanwhile, HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhiryal Nishank has also been tweeting tips based on PM’s book and advice to score one’s best potential in board exams.
Exam season is here!
Fret not, let’s approach these exams with enthusiasm & confidence.
Follow these #examtips and give your best.
Tip 1: Dont be a worrier, be a warrior 💪
Stay tuned for more… pic.twitter.com/tEc14dYm1h
— Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) February 10, 2020
Stay focused & keep calm during exams.
If you feel stressed and go in a panic mode – take some deep breaths, this will help you to calm down and increase concentration.
Tip 3: Smile more and score more
Stay tuned for more #ExamTips…@cbseindia29 @KVS_HQ pic.twitter.com/6DDjkf0pwJ
— Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) February 12, 2020
Tip 5: Don’t dwell over your exam!
Students, instead of thinking about how your exam went, concentrating on the upcoming exams will be a good idea.
Try to resist the urge to overthink & just let it be! pic.twitter.com/hiOqgnGtcQ
— Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) February 14, 2020
The latest in the series being –
Tip 6: Play Outdoors!
Students, every now & then take a break from studies and go outdoors. Play your favourite games & unwind with your friends.
Having FUN is also important!#FitIndiaMovement#education @KirenRijiju @IndiaSports pic.twitter.com/miSBs26A9h
— Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) February 15, 2020
PM also holds annual interactions with students called ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ (discussion over exams). Encouraging students not be afraid of failures he had 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.’
This year, CBSE has made several changes in the Board exams from introducing two level mathematics examination to giving more international choice and introducing objective type questions. Check the list of changes here
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