New Delhi (NVI): In the 74th edition of his Mann Ki Baat monthly radio programme, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today wished students ahead of their exams and said that they should “become a warrior, not a worrier.”
“Do all of you remember – You have to become a warrior not a worrier, go gleefully for the examination and come back with a smile. You have to compete with yourself, not with anyone else. Get adequate sleep and be mindful of time management,” PM Modi said in his radio address.
He also invited parents and teachers for their suggestion for “Pariksha pe Charcha.”
In his address, the PM also stressed on the importance of conserving water ahead of summers. He said that people have to understand the collective responsibility towards water conservation.
The practical exams for Class 10 and 12 students of Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) are set to begin from tomorrow (March 1).
The PM gave example of Jadav Payeng of Assam for his conservation efforts who has received Padma award for his work. “Jadav Payeng is the person who actively contributed in raising about 300 hectares of plantations in the Majuli Island in Assam. He has been constantly working for forest conservation and is also involved in motivating people for Plantation and conservation of biodiversity,” he said.
Apart from that, PM also encouraged people to use indigenous products to promote India’s policy of self reliance.
Apart from that, PM also encouraged people to use indigenous products to promote India’s policy of self reliance. “When people feel proud of indigenous products then Aatmanirbhar Bharat does not just remain economic programme but becomes national spirit,” he said.
He also touched upon a number of other issues, including the nation’s battle against coronavirus and employment generation.