#ParikshaPeCharcha: Students shouldn’t be afraid of failure, face failure firmly: PM Modi

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Delhi: On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi began discussing the examination with the scholars and stated that he would discuss freely with the scholars with none 'filter'. While addressing the scholars within the 'Examination on Peer Discussion 2020' program, he additionally requested the scholars to overtly talk about with them. Referring to the 'hashtag' prevalent on social media, he stated that the dialogue between the scholars and them can be 'hashtag with out filter'. <! –


Students shouldn’t be afraid of failure

The Prime Minister stated in response to a query of a scholar who’s distressed because of the examination, "Students should not be afraid of failure and should consider failure as a part of life." Referring to the incident of the Chandrayaan mission, he advised the scholars that a few of his colleagues had suggested to not go to the touchdown of the Chandrayaan mission, as there was no assure of success of this mission.

Test isn’t every little thing in life

In spite of this Modi stated that he went to the headquarters of ISRO and inspired his lot by staying among the many scientists. In response to a query associated to the significance of marks within the examination, Modi stated that getting good marks within the examination isn’t every little thing. He stated that college students ought to get out of considering that examination is every little thing. During this, he additionally appealed to the scholars to participate in actions aside from schooling, together with sports activities, artwork and music.

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