On 29 January, Tuesday, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be interacting with 2,000 students at New Delhi’s Talkatora Stadium. In the programme ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha 2’, not only Indian students but also students from abroad will take part.

The officials said that “For the first time, students from all over India and also Indian students residing abroad are participating as compared to last year where only Delhi / NCR students were called. The participants from abroad belong to countries like Russia, Nigeria, Iran, Nepal, Doha, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Singapore.”

According to the sources, all the government schools, colleges, and higher education institutions of the country and abroad will be live telecasting the programme.

Last year also the programme was held named ‘ Pariksha Pe Charcha’ in order to discuss the problems related to exams and manage the stress on students. Before that PM Modi had written a book named ‘Exam Warriors’ which was released by the HRD Ministry focusing to help students cope with exam stress.

A cultural programme of 10 minutes has also been added between the programme. Winners like dancers and singers of Kala Utsav contest, their parents and teachers will be performing in the programme.

There will be also an arrangement to telecast a picture based on the steps taken to reduce exam pressure.

The event, The Pariksha Pe Charcha 2 has been arranged by the government just a week before board examinations. The Indian Council of Secondary Educations (ICSE) will start from February 22, 2019, while the Indian School Certificate (ISC) examinations will begin from February 4. The CBSE Class 10 examinations will begin from February 21 and  Class 12 from February 15, 2019.



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