Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the target within the 'Examination on Discussion' system stated that pupils should hit a stability between nature and life.
new Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the target during the 'Examination on Discussion' system at Talkatora Stadium here on Monday stated that pupils should hit a stability between nature and life. In response to your concerns expected by the pupils, he stated that the individual should learn based on their biological time clock (time which will be right for him). Prerna, a student of course XII studying in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Aurangabad, expected which of this times or evenings is the better for studying? <! –
While Shubhashish from Tripura's Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya expected, "Am I doing anything wrong by studying at night?"
To this, Prime Minister Modi encouraged, "I think morning is the best time to study, because I am a person who gets up early in the morning. But these days I have to work late, so I can understand that by activities A person feels tired after a full day. "
He included, "I have no moral right to preach what I cannot do. However, I suggest that the morning is the best time for study."
Prime Minister Modi stated, "We work all day and if we study at night then due to thoughts on what happened throughout the day, we may have difficulty in focusing. So we have to get up early in the morning and read We should try. In the morning our mind is clear in the same way as the rain after the sky. That is why our mind and memory work well in the morning. "
He included, "You must have heard the tweet of birds in the morning and evening. This is the way of nature, which tells us about evening and morning. One should understand nature and study according to his biological clock and rest To find time for it. "
(Input: Agency IANS)