Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked students who are about to take their annual exams to become warriors, not a troublesome child, and said on Sunday that he updated the warrior exam book with new, new mantras and interesting activities. In his monthly radio talk, Mann Ki Baat, PM Modi asked the students to face the exam with joy and come back with a smile.
“Most young friends will take exams. Everyone must remember this: they must become warriors, not problem children, go to the exam happy and come back with a smile. You have to compete with yourself, not someone else,” he said.
The Prime Minister urged students to get enough sleep, be careful about time management, and not stop playing. “For those who play, these are the ones who thrive. Smart review and memorization should be accepted, so in general you should do your best on these exams. You have to think about how all of this will be possible. We will do it together ”, he added.
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Prime Minister Modi said that, like every year, he will have “Pariksha Pe Charcha” with students in March this year and asked “test warriors, parents and teachers” to share their experiences and advice.
“You will get all the information about MyGov: how to participate, how to win the award, how to have the opportunity to chat with me. So far, more than one student in Lakh, around 40,000 parents and around 10,000 teachers have participated,” he added.
PM Modi went on to say that he took a long time in Corona’s time and added many new mantras to the Trial Warrior book. Prime Minister Modi also urged people not to lower their guard against COVID-19. “The rules shouldn’t be neglected when it comes to Corona, either,” he said.