1, March, 2024
HomeEducationUnlocking Success: Prime Minister Modi's Insights on Navigating Exam Stress at PPC 2024

Unlocking Success: Prime Minister Modi’s Insights on Navigating Exam Stress at PPC 2024

Published on

At the recent Pariksha Pe Charcha 2024 (PPC 2024) event, Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared valuable insights on conquering exam stress and preparing for success. Emphasizing the importance of practice, he urged students to dedicate time to writing practice before exams, drawing parallels to the notion that practice makes a man perfect.

Read Also | Unlocking the Power of Knowledge: Delving into the International Day of Education on January 24

In addressing the challenge of exam stress, PM Modi compared exam preparation to boarding a train. Just as one arrives at the train station early, identifies their compartment, and prioritizes luggage placement, students should mentally prepare before entering the exam hall. The crucial 10-15 minutes before the exam provides an opportunity for focused preparation, as highlighted by the Prime Minister during PPC 2024.

Highlighting the significance of thorough practice, PM Modi encouraged students to engage in extensive writing practice, drawing a comparison to how individuals who practice swimming are less afraid of drowning.

Commencing the event, Modi acknowledged the historic significance of the venue, where global leaders had once convened to discuss the future of the world. He reminded students that they were now participating in discussions about the future of India.

This year’s PPC witnessed an overwhelming response, with over two crore students registering through the MyGov portal.

The official notification reported a total of 22,631,698 students, accompanied by 14 lakh teachers and 5 lakh parents, participating in the seventh edition of the event. Nearly 4,000 individuals had the opportunity to interact with the Prime Minister during the program.

Notably, a hundred students from Eklavya Model Residential Schools attended the program for the first time, contributing to the event’s growing influence. PM Modi highlighted the substantial increase in registrations since the inception of PPC in 2018, underscoring its evolution into a mass movement.

Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, welcoming PM Modi, expressed the collective goal of making India a developed nation by 2047 under the Prime Minister’s leadership. He acknowledged the transformative impact of “Pariksha Pe Charcha,” which has evolved into a mass movement dedicated to shaping the future of the nation.

Read Also | Modi Launches 2024 Poll Rally in UP’s Bulandshahr Post Ram Mandir Inauguration

PM Modi’s insights at PPC 2024 offer students practical strategies for overcoming exam stress and achieving success, reinforcing the importance of preparation, practice, and mental readiness before entering the exam hall. The growing participation in the event reflects its increasing significance as a platform for empowering the youth and shaping the future of India.

Latest articles

WhatsApp Unveils Handy Pop-Out Chat Feature for Windows Beta

WhatsApp is set to revolutionize user experience with the introduction of a new pop-out...

Not-So-Neighborly Hollywood Stars: Tales of Trespassing and Turmoil

Living next to a Hollywood celebrity might sound like a dream, but for some...

Global Recognition: ‘Drishyam’ Franchise Set for Hollywood Remake After Korean Success

The Drishyam franchise, celebrated for its triumph in India and China, is poised for...

More like this

Assam APSC CCE Prelims 2023: Exam Schedule Released, General Studies-I Paper on March 18

The Assam Public Service Commission (APSC) has officially announced the schedule for the Combined...

NEET MDS 2024: A Chronicle of Events Leading to Supreme Court Hearing for Exam Postponement

The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test - MDS (NEET MDS) 2024 has been a...

NEET MDS 2024 Exam Date Unchanged, Aspirants Await Government Decision

In a recent development, the Supreme Court of India has declined to intervene in...
Enable Notifications OK