AHEAD OF this yr’s college board examinations, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday suggested students not to fear exams. This fear, he stated, is basically created by exterior stress from mother and father and society.
The Prime Minister spoke on a variety of different subject regarding students and academics on the first ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ occasion to be held just about. Interacting with the students, he additionally gave life classes, citing examples from his personal life.
When two students requested him about methods to cope with the fear surrounding exams, Modi stated: “You are not scared of the exams, the fear is born from the atmosphere built around you which makes it seem like these exams are the end all and be all of your life.”
He requested mother and father to not create stress on the kids. “If external pressure is not created, students will not feel pressure of exams and their confidence will also grow.”
Addressing questions on how to cope with topics which students dislike or discover tough, Modi stated the standard knowledge of trying simpler issues first and leaving the tough half for later was not right. “Don’t run away from difficult subjects. Spend your energy and time equally among all subjects. Tackle the difficult bits first since your mind will be fresh at that time. When I was Chief Minister, I would take up more complex work in the morning and leave the easier parts for later,” he stated.
Citing the instance of singer Lata Mangeshkar, he stated the actually profitable folks had been those that mastered one core topic. He additionally stated free time was a “treasure” and that students ought to benefit from it by serving to their mother and father in chores or doing actions that make them completely satisfied. —With PTI inputs