New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address students from across the country to give them ideas to be relieved from the stress of the examination today. This program is being organized at 12 am at the Talkatora Stadium in Delhi. This discussion through video conferences will include millions of students from all over the country. In this dialogue, PM Modi will teach students from class 9 to second-year students of the college and will teach them the skills of preparing for the exam so that students get relief from stress.
This program has been named ‘Pariksha Ek Utsav’. The Prime Minister believes that the examination is like a celebration that should be celebrated with full bliss and glee.
To ensure the broadcast of this program in all schools, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued orders for all schools to arrange direct broadcast of the program and to ensure the presence of students. CBSE has also sent a form to the schools, which will have to be filled and sent to the CBSE along with photographs and videos. In this program, about 10 students will get the opportunity to ask questions directly to the Prime Minister, while the Prime Minister will also answer some of the questions selected from MyGov.com.
HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said that around 29 crore students are giving various types of examinations every year, including three crore college students. In these exams, 10 million teachers also give their services.