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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the issue of exam stress and gave valuable advice to students from all over the country. In the session along with honourable prime minister,other notable dignitaries including minister of human resource development, Mr Ramesh Pokhriyal were present. He addressed himself as a friend to the students and encouraged them to talk #withoutfilter.
Every programme has its own importance but PM mentioned this event as the most heart touching one because of the responces he received from all over India from the youth. In this event student ask questions and discuss their problems with PM Narendra Modi.
Q.1. The first question was asked by a girl from Rajasthan that how can we motivate ourselves during exams and stay focused without any stress.
Ans : mentioned that we take stress when we have high expectations and goals for ourselves and working in order to full fill them. We feel demotivated when we fail in step for pursueing our goal. Everyone has to go through this. We should keep this in our mind that failure give us lessons for success and when you get over your failure you take a step forward.
You should take responsibility of yourself and emotion management.
Q.2. How much attention should we pay towards exams, as they are not the ultimate thing in life .
Ans : PM emphasised on the fact that in 2020 your score in exams are not the only way to judge your potential and field. If you don’t score good in academics then there are other ways to go ahead. The world has changed, opportunities increased, exam scores are important but this is not the only criteria to decide your future.
Exams are part of our life and we have to face them at different points in our lives irrespective of the field you choose.
He answered about that how student can balance both academic and co-curricular activities and why academics have more future. He stated that everything you learn is like a new door to a new world, its an entrance point.one skill should be picked, weather academic or co-curricular. Extra cocurricular activities are important to have a healthy non-robotic youth. For parents, their child’s co-curricular activities are an important topic to consider.
He also told the audience about the importance of technology in this new age. He advised us not to be afraid of technology. Instead it should be adopted properly. One should not be invested in technology just for the sake of being ‘cool’. It shouldn’t be used as a symbol of status or pride. We should know how to get best advantages from it. He also encouraged us to have a ‘tech-free’ hour everyday.
He answered about a students rights and duties saying that we should learn atleast one language other than Hindi. He said our duties and rights aren't separate terms but they are closely interconnected. That if we fulfil our duties then there is nothing to be worried about regarding our rights.
He discussed about leadership and how in every field of life the leader is important. He discussed about freedom that freedom is not just changing a flag,it is something in which everyone is self dependent, self pride, where we can live with our heads held high. So in order to make these aspects strong we should buy things made in India and believe in make in India. We shouldn’t waste water, shouldn’t travel without tickets and should keep our surroundings clean in order to achieve this.
He also answered about managing peer and parents’ pressure during exam. He said that parents should always encourage their children and they need to understand the fact that their child is now a grown up but simultaneously should keep this thing in mind that they will be there for him in case he needs some help just as they used to do when he was small. He stressed on need for counselling and that he aren’t should understand and encourage their child for is capabilities.
He also answered about the best time to study
He said we should wake up early in the morning to study. He said that we are already stressed during night and there’s lots of stuff in our brain at that time while in the morning our brain is clear like the morning sky. But we must choose our study hours according to our comfort zones.
He also answered about how to manage the tensed situation wherein we forget everything on seeing the paper. He told the students to relax and start with the easy part and be focussed
He also answered about how to be focussed on future goals. He told the students to analyse themselves, come out of their comfort zones, make a diary, seek opportunity and takes its advantage. He said that we should never be scared of exams and to never let the student in you to die, that you can always be a learner.
He also answered on how to resolve the tensions of competitive exams by saying that the tension is of failure. He asked to read the book exam warrior.
He said exam is just an opening which leads to many other doors