New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will communicate online with parents and teachers in addition to students in March under the annual dialogue program ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’. During this dialogue, those who ask questions will be selected through a competition. Given the Covid-19 pandemic, this year, the examination will be held online.
Education Minister said this
Giving information to this effect, Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said on Thursday that this discussion will be held with students from ninth to 12th standard in March before their examinations begin.
Nishank tweeted, ‘The fourth edition of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dialogue program’ Pariksha Pe Charcha ‘is being organized in March 2021 to reduce students’ exam stress and provide them with inspiration and guidance. -19 Due to pandemic, the discussion will be online this year.
How long can one register?
Registration for the discussion has started on Thursday (18 February), it will end on 14 March. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted, ‘On the demand of the people’ discussion on the exam 2021, this time parents and teachers have also been included. I appeal to students, parents and teachers to participate in a large number of examinations in 2021.’
Referring to ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’, Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said that the Prime Minister has been communicating this way with the students even before. This time there will be a dialogue with parents and teachers.
He said that during the discussion, students, parents, teachers will be selected through a competition to ask questions and it will be organized on ‘mygov.in‘. He informed, ‘School students, teachers and parents from all over the country are to be selected through an online creative writing competition.’
These five topics were kept for the competition
The first of these is ‘Celebrate Examination as Festivals’ and in this, students have to create a scene depicting a festival of their favourite subject.
The second topic is ‘Incredible India, Travel and Exploration’ and under this, the students imagine that their friend is coming to visit your city for three days and they have to tell it in three categories under places of sight, delicious food, memorable moments. How can they make it memorable?
The third subject relates to a journey ends, the second begins’. Under this, students should describe the most memorable experiences of their school life in a maximum of 1500 words.