Ahead of the board examinations, Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the virtual Pariksha Pe Charcha session on Wednesday, suggested students to study difficult topics first with a fresh mind. "I will ask students to equally distribute time. When it comes to studies, take the first thing which is difficult. Attempt difficult topics first with a fresh mind first. When you attend difficult parts first, easy ones get easier," said PM Modi. The Prime Minister also shared his working style when he was the Chief Minister of Gujarat and said that he used to take up the toughest thing first and still follows the same. "I always take up tough things first, this was my habit since the time I was Chief Minister. I have made this a routine. When I get up in the morning, I start with the toughest task," he added.
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi virtually held 'Pariksha Pe Charcha 2021' with the students on April 07. Prime Minister opined that creating a tense atmosphere for children during exams is the biggest mistake. "You knew of exams. They haven't come suddenly. It means you're not scared of exams but of something else. Atmosphere has been created around you that exams are everything. Sometimes schools, parents, relatives create atmosphere that you've to undergo a big event, huge crisis," said PM Modi. He added, "I'd like to tell them, especially parents, that what have you done? I think it's the biggest mistake. We become conscious more than necessary and start over-thinking. I think this is not the end. Life is very long, this is just a small halt. We should not create pressure."
Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated King Abdullah II and the people of Jordan on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the state of Jordan. In his video message, the Prime Minister expressed his heartiest congratulations and warm greetings to His Majesty King Abdullah II and the people of Jordan. “India and Jordan are united in the belief that moderation and peaceful co-existence were essential for peace and prosperity. The two sides will continue to walk side by side in their joint efforts for a greater future for all humanity,” said PM Modi. Watch the full video for more.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended greetings on 100th anniversary of the founding of the state of Jordan. He said India and Jordan will continue to walk side by side to work together for better future of all humanity. "India and Jordan are united in belief that moderation and peaceful co-existence are essential for peace and prosperity. We will continue to walk side by side in our joint efforts for a better future for all humanity," said PM Modi.
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi said despite saying 'Beta-beti ek samaan', but in our households, there is inequality in the treatment between sons and daughters. "We say 'Beta-beti ek samaan'...