CBSE in its latest circular has notified students about the upcoming live chat and interactive session organised by PM Modi as ‘Pariksha Par Charcha’ this year. With their annual exams rounding up this year near the corner, Hon’ble PM has taken up the initiative to relieve students from exam stress and anxiety. Students of classes VI onwards of CBSE schools can attend the same by viewing the telecast of the same. Students of Class 10th & 12th who are all set to appear for CBSE Board Exams 2018 scheduled in March this year are specially iterated to be a part of this exclusive and one of its kinds initiatives launched by PM Modi.
CBSE 2018 Exams | Main Features, Date & Time of ‘Pariksha Par Charcha ‘ Programme
The Programme as a live interaction shall be launched for the students of Class VI onwards studying in CBSE affiliated schools. The Central Board of Secondary Education as an efficient conducting and regulating authority of the examinations has now released a circular on February 8, 2018 notifying all its schools to participate in the live interaction session. Hon’ble PM shall address the student-related issues and share tips on how to deal with the exam stress.
The programme ‘Pariksha Par Charcha’ shall be broadcasted on the Doordarshan Channel through DD National, DD News and DD India. The same shall be aired live on radio stations such as All India Radio Medium Wave, All India FM Channel to have a wider reach of audience as well. The specially dedicated initiative shall also be streamed live on the various official websites of the MHRD, PMO, Doordarshan, Facebook live and many more areas. All of these streaming shall be done on February 16, 2018 from 10:30 am to 12:00 noon for students to view on aforementioned areas.
Here’s How CBSE School Students Can Participate & Ask Exam Related Questions From PM Modi
Students can even ask questions from Hon’ble PM Modi provided they follow the norms. Special instructions for students who wish too ask the questions have been issued which includes students from Class IX onward only are eligible to ask queries only in English and Hindi medium only. Moreover, only some of the queries would be taken up by them and their questions need to direct and brief in not more than a 100 words. Such students can submit their questions to the MyGov platform from Feb 6, 2018 10:00 am onwards to Feb 11, 2018 till 12:00 hours. The questions should only be about exam stress handling and related concerns of students.
It is one of its kinds first-ever initiative taken up by the Government to address the problems faced by students in handling exam related stress. We wish all the students appearing for their Class 10th and 12th board exams 2018, all the best for the same.