New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with students during his ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ programme on Monday. During the programme, the students will get the opportunity to pose questions to the Prime Minister and share their thoughts with him. Also Read - Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020: PM Modi to Interact With Students, Teachers on January 20 | All You Need to Know
In a video message, Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ said that ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ programme will be organised at Talkatora Stadium and special arrangements will be made for specially-abled children. Also Read - Pariksha pe Charcha 2.0: PM Modi Asks Parents to Not Expect Children to Fulfil Their Unfulfilled Dreams, Gives Tips on Dealing With Exam Stress
According to the minister, the specially-abled children have shown keen interest in the programme as they will get the opportunity to interact directly with PM Modi. He said that Modi wants that the children should appear in examinations without any pressure so that they can give their best.
In his video message, he made an appeal to the students and their parents to be a part of this programme in large numbers.
State Minister for Human Resource Development Sanjay Dhotre met the students of Odisha, Assam, Tripura, West Bengal regarding the programme and discussed various aspects of school life with the students as well as the teachers.
Dhotre told the students not to come under any pressure regarding their examinations and see the ‘Praiksha Pe Charcha’ programme on January 20 as Modi will be talking about things related to the exams.
The ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ programme of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has become extremely popular and this year 250 more students have registered for it. This year students from other countries will also connect with the programme.
Last year too, PM Modi had held the session in February and discussed exam-related issues with lakhs of students from across the country, through a video conference. The PM had managed to connect with as many as ten crore children on the occasion, reports had said.
(With agency inputs)