SCERT J&K participates in 5th Edition of Pariksha Pe Charcha 2022 along with all DIETS of Jammu Division


JAMMU, APRIL 01 (KNS): Director SCERT J&K Prof Veena Pandita and Joint Director SCERT Divisional office Jammu, Surinder Kumar, along with staff viewed the 5th edition of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Pariksha Pe Charcha, a unique interaction with students, teachers and parents through online mode, here at SCERT Divisional office Jammu today.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with students, parents and teachers . PM Modi spoke to students about keeping calm and acing the incoming exam season.

"Students should not feel they are under pressure from teachers and parents to score good marks. Parents should not inject their dreams into their children. They should be allowed to decide their future freely," said PM Modi during the fifth edition of 'Pariksha Pe Charcha' 2022.

"NEP should be called 'National Education Policy instead of New Education Policy. So many people were involved in drafting the policy. We were brainstorming on it for the last 6-7 years. We took advice from teachers & students from far-flung areas along with modern intellectuals," said PM Modi.

Nearly 15.7 lakh participants had registered for this year’s creative writing competition, which was conducted between December 28, 2021, and February 3, 2022 on different themes. Entries at SCERT were evaluated by the team headed by nodal officer Vaishali Rajput.

"Students must connect with their inner self while preparing for examinations, '' said PM Modi during his Pariksha Pe Charcha 2022 interaction with students. "Using an iPad or being online gives us happiness but students must understand their inner self as it is more joyous than being online. Students must take out a few minutes every day to reflect inside themselves," Modi said.

The event began at 11 am and was watched live by all the educational institutions, schools and DIETs of Jammu Division. Prof Veena Pandita had also detailed interaction with the staff and asked the faculty to keep motivated the children to face the exams stress free and in a congenial atmosphere.

JD SCERT, Surinder Kumar apprised Director SCERT that in training programmes for teachers are oriented to counsel the young students to overcome Examination stress.(KNS)

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