Kashmir students participated in ‘Pariksha pay Charcha’ speech by Modi

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Srinagar: Students from across Kashmir participated in the Prime Minister Narendra Modi “Pariksha pay Charcha”.
Talking about the arrangements put in place in Kashmir and Ladakh, Director School Education Kashmir Dr. G.N. Itoo said that arrangements for the screening of the Prime Minister’s interaction with the students had been put in place in every CM’s Super 50 Coaching Centre and Winter Tutorial of the Division.
Despite Winter Vacations students from Ganderbal, Kupwara, Anantnag and other districts watched the Prime Minister’s Programme in their respective schools. The students of Sainik School Manasbal, Ganderbal, S P Higher Secondary School Srinagar, Tyndale Bisco and Mallinson School, Srinagar and Girls Higher Secondary School Kothibagh also viewed this special programme in the schools. Some students said that the tricks and remedies for examination stress mentioned in the book of Prime Minister “Exam Warriors” will be very helpful in coping up and minimizing the examination stress and this will also reduce the suicide cases due to examination stress.
Modi interacted with 10 crore students all over the country on the topic “Pariksha pay Charcha. He advised the students to appear in exams with a positive attitude and leave the stress behind.
Ministry of Human Resources Development had arranged the screening of the interaction of Prime Minister with the students in all the schools and colleges of the country, in this contextarrangement were put up throughout the State of Jammu and Kashmir also. The students from all the regions of the State i.e. Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh watched this interaction and came to know about many experiences and remedies to cope up with examination stress.
Replying to a question from a student of Degree College Leh, Leela Bano Prime Minister said that every individual has its inbuilt peculiar capabilities and it is not important that the capabilities of a person match with others. He stressed upon the parents to allow the children to choose their career according to their capabilities.