Prime Minister Narendra Modi told students on Wednesday not to fear exams, but to see them as a test to improve. He practically interacted with students on his annual Parikasha Pe Charcha show, admitting that you can’t be good at everything, but also asking students not to stray from any topic, even if they find it difficult. He cited his own example of more complex work in the morning, as he was feeling fresh and leaving the simpler parties late at night.
“My opinion about trying simple questions first on exams is slightly different. The most difficult must be approached with a “new spirit”, which will make the simplest feel even easier. In my work as Prime Minister and Chief Minister before, I have preferred to approach difficult problems in the morning with a fresh mind.
He also set an example for the legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar. “She may not be good at geography, but she sings incomparably. You may find some difficult subjects, but it is not a failure. Don’t run away,” Prime Minister Modi said.
He went on to say that exams are not his last chance to prove himself, but rather an opportunity to take the first steps towards his dreams.
“The fear is mainly due to the atmosphere that made the exam last a lifetime and in the end, which makes the students overly aware. Life is very long and it is only one stage of life. Parents, teachers and colleagues should not push “. For students, exams should only be seen as a good opportunity to test themselves, not as a matter of life and death.
“Parents who take care of their children know their strengths and weaknesses. However, they sometimes turn children into ‘instruments’ to achieve their dreams and goals. If external pressure is not created, students will not feel the pressure of try and your confidence grow too, ”he said.