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Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020: Want to meet PM Modi? This is how students can participate in competition

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 5 December 2019, 14:22 IST

Ahead of Board exams 2020, PM Modi is all set to interact with students, parents, and teachers through Pariksha Pe Charcha. Through this programme, PM Modi will tell some tips to students that will help them in reducing board exam stress.

As per the reports, the Pariksha Pe Charcha programme will be held in January 2020. However, the exact date and time, venue and other details to be notified soon on the official website, https://innovate.mygov.in/.

Students who want to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have to participate in the contest for which entries have invited from aspirants.

The competition is open for students of classes 9 to 12. According to the official website, “Participants have to write their responses on any one of the 5 themes in a maximum of 1500 characters.”

Here are the five themes on which participants have to write:

1. Gratitude is great
2. Your future depends on your aspirations
3. Examining exams
4. Our duties, your take
5. Balance is beneficial

 

Besides, participants may also submit their question to Hon'ble Prime Minister in a maximum of 500 characters, official notification reads.

PM Modi also took to Twitter and wrote about the Pariksha Pe Charcha programme. “Exams are approaching and so is Pariksha Pe Charcha! Let us keep working together to ensure stress-free examinations. Here is a unique contest for student of Classes 9 to 12. The winners will get to attend PPC 2020 early next year!” PM Modi wrote.

 

Last year, the Pariksha Pe Charcha 2019 programme was held on January 29 at Talkatora Stadium, New Delhi. During the event, PM Modi interacted with around 2000 students along with their parents and teachers.

Also Read: Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020: PM Modi gears up to interact with students, parents, teachers ahead of board exams

First published: 5 December 2019, 14:14 IST
 
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