PM Modi to interact with students, teachers, parents in 'Pariksha Par Charcha' programme today
New Delhi, January 27: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with students, teachers, and parents in the yearly 'Pariksha Par Charcha' program today.
The programme will start at 11.00 am. "Pariksha Pe Charcha is among the most exciting programs, giving an opportunity to discuss ways to make exams stress-free and support our Exam Warriors. I look forward to the program on the 27th of this month and urge you all to take part in this unique interaction," PM Modi said in a tweet earlier.
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As per the official of the Ministry of Education, registrations for the program have more than double this year compared to the year 2022.
About 38.80 lakh participants (Students- 31.24 lakh, Teachers - 5.60 lakh, and Parents - 1.95 lakh) have registered for PPC-2023 compared to about 15.7 lakhs for PPC-2022.
"Students from over 150 countries, teachers from 51 countries, and parents from 50 countries have also registered for PPC-2023," an Education Ministry official told ANI.
Education Ministry officials further said that students, teachers, and parents have enthusiastically participated in big numbers from State Boards, CBSE, KVS, NVS, and other Boards.
About 2,050 participants selected through the creative writing competitions on MyGov will be presented with a special Pariksha Pe Charcha kit comprising of Exam Warriors book in Hindi and English, written by the Prime Minister, and a certificate. Some of the questions by the participants, to be selected by NCERT, may feature in PPC-2023.
According to the Ministry of Education, Prime Minister Narendra Modi conceptualized this unique interactive program - Pariksha Pe Charcha wherein students, parents, and teachers from across the nation and also from overseas interact with him to discuss anxieties related to examinations and life after school.
The event seeks to help in overcoming stress in order to celebrate life as an 'Utsav'.
This event was organized successfully for the last five years by the Department of School Education and Literacy, Ministry of Education.
The program is proposed to be in a town hall type format, as in the year 2022, while adhering to the COVID-19 protocols, as determined by the Ministry of Health.
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