“PARIKSHA PE CHARCHA - 2024” Vidya Bharati Students Participated

“PARIKSHA PE CHARCHA - 2024”  Vidya Bharati Students Participation
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In every walk of life, you must have leaders. Education in the spiritual world, in the labour field, in the agricultural field, we must have leaders. - Narendra Modi

New Delhi | Our honourable Prime Mantri interacted with students, teachers, and parents at the newly inaugurated Bharat Mandapam, Pragati Maidan in New Delhi on Monday 29th January 2024, during the 7th edition of 'Pariksha Pe Charcha', held every year ahead of the Board exams. The event is conducted with the aim of inspiring and motivating students to overcome exam related stress.

In this event a separate section has been allotted to Vidya Bharati Delhi Prant’s Vidyalaya. 11 schools got the opportunity to participate, where 90 students and 11 teachers happened to be a part of it. Coordination work on this motivational event was done by GLT Saraswati Bal Mandir Nehru Nagar, New Delhi. Interveiw of students were taken by news channels. Several projects were discussed in this event, including Art Integration, Skill Development, Best out of Waste, Swachh Bharat Swasth Bharat.

PPC is a movement driven by Shri Modi’s efforts to bring together students, parents, teachers, and the society at large to foster an environment where each child’s unique individuality is encouraged and allowed to unfold itself fully.

This year Parents and Teachers also got connected directly with Hon'ble Prime Minister to raise their concerns. 10 Major Takeaways from PM Modi's Interaction with Students during 'Pariksha Pe Charcha'

Focus Kshetriya’s of PPC

  • External pressure and stress
  • Focus on writing during the preparatory stage!
  • Set small goals and prepare gradually!
  • Peer pressure and competition among friends
  • Role of teachers in motivating students
  • dealing with exam stress
  • Career progression
  • Role of Parents
  • Don't compare your children with others!
  • Intrusion of technology

“PM Modi suggested to "Compete with yourself, not others”