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‘Pariksha Pe Charcha-2022’: Students, teachers’ watch PM’s live programme

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SRINAGAR: The fifth edition of ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ was watched live on Doordarshan, You tube channel of MoE, Facebook Live and on All India Radio in all schools across all the districts of Kashmir, reports said.
During the event which was live telecasted from Talkatora Stadium, Delhi, the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi held interaction with students, teachers and parents. He discussed how to beat examination stress especially in the post-Covid19 pandemic era, besides sharing tips to do better in life.
The PM also spoke about the significance of the new National Education Policy-2020, among other important issues related to academics.
‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ is part of the larger movement – ‘Exam Warriors’ – led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to create a stress-free atmosphere for youngsters. It is a movement that is driven by Prime Minister’s efforts to bring together students, parents, teachers and the society to foster an environment where the unique individuality of each child is celebrated, encouraged and allowed to express itself fully.
Meanwhile at Srinagar, the Director School Education Kashmir, Tassaduq Hussain Mir along with Chief Education Officer Srinagar and Principal, teachers and students of Government Girls High School Kothibagh watched the live telecast programme ‘Pariksha pe Charcha’ at the Auditorium Hall.
The programme was also watched live by a huge gathering of teachers and students at Government Girls High School Chanapora and at all the schools of Srinagar district.
At Ganderbal, the District Administration Ganderbal hosted live streaming of the 5th episode of Pareksha Pe Charcha programme.
In this regard the District Administration along with the Education department had made adequate arrangements in schools for live streaming of the program.
The main event was held in the Conference hall of Mini Secretariat Ganderbal where students and teachers of various educational institutions of Ganderbal district witnessed live broadcast of the 5th episode of Pareksha Pe Charcha.
Chief Education Officer Ganderbal besides parents were also present on the occasion.
At Kulgam, scores of students across the district joined Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s fifth edition of live telecast programme ‘Pariksha pe Charcha’ at Government Girls Higher Secondary School Kulgam and hundreds of other schools.
Chief Education Officer Kulgam along with other officers also participated in the programme.
The programme received an overwhelming response from the students, and students in all education zones joined and participated in this programme
Elaborated arrangements were put in place in all Educational Zones of the district to view the live telecast programme, ‘Pariksha pe Charcha across the district.
At Kupwara, the Deputy Commissioner (DC) Kupwara, Imam Din along with Chief Education Officer, Kupwara, Abdul Hamid Fani today joined Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s live telecast programme ‘Pariksha pe Charcha’ at Government Higher Secondary School (Boys), Kupwara, here.
On the occasion, the DC was informed that a large number of Students and Teachers participated in the programme across the district. It was further informed that there was a target of 6000 students to witness the programme but the programme received a good response from the students, which increased the number 3 times more.
The DC was also informed that suitable arrangements were put in place in all 13 Educational Zones of the district to view the live telecast programme, ‘Pariksha pe Charcha’.
Radio sets were also arranged in all those institutions in the border Machil area of the district where there was network problem.
The DC expressed his satisfaction to make the mega event a success.
At Bandipora, the students and teachers joined the ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ speech of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, in virtual mode from their respective schools while the grand event was organised at Girls Higher Secondary School Bandipora.
Nearly 14300 students, 1860 teachers of 503 schools besides 250 parents of the district listened to the Prime Minister’s speech keenly and 405 screens were arranged for live telecast of the PPC by the department.
The Chief Education Officer Abdul Roub Shaad, Deputy Chief Education Office also joined the students to listen to the Prime Minister and urged the students to take back the lessons from the speech and practice those in real life for better results in examinations.
At Shopian, students across the district watched the fifth edition of ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi.
The District Administration along with the Education department had made adequate arrangements for students, teachers and parents to watch the live telecast of the programme.
Meanwhile, students across Kathua district attended the programme at their respective schools where the school administration had made arrangements for the live streaming of the same.
At Rajouri around 42000 students of Rajouri participated in the Charcha at 178 special centres created for successful telecast of the event.
Chief Education Officer, Shailesh Kumari informed that Special arrangements were made for live telecast in the schools having functional ICT labs/CAL/Community Centres.
At Udhampur ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha” was viewed by a large number of students from class 4th to 12th of both Government as well as Private schools along with staff across Udhampur District.
As per Education Department, around 49128 students of 1370 schools and 3306 teachers witnessed the programme at 1451 places where big screens were installed for live telecast.
At Ramban the students expressed their gratitude to the Prime Minister for the unique interactive program “Pariksha Pe Charcha” the live telecast of which was held in the educational institutions with the facility for the same.
AT Samba the telecast was held in Kendriya Vidyalaya School Samba, HSS Jakh, GHSS Samba, GHSS Gurha Salathia, GHS Kesomansa, GHSS Gho Brahmana and others.

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