Vikash Sharma

With crucial board examinations around the corner, it is time for parents and other elders to focus on their wards so that they handle pressure without any problems.

Pariksha Pe Charcha is one such initiative by Prime Minister Narendra Modi where students, teachers, and parents share their examination-related concerns. This year, the 7th edition of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Interaction Programme with school students will be held on January 29 in a town-hall format at Bharat Mandapam, ITPO, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

Over 1 crore registrations have been done on the MyGov portal to date which shows the enthusiasm among students nationwide who are eagerly waiting to participate in this distinctive event and interact with the Prime Minister.

Nearly 4000 participants will be interacting with the Prime Minister in the programme. Two students and a teacher from each of the States and UTs and winners of the Kala Utsav and the Veer Gatha competition may be invited as special guests for the main event, as per the PIB report.

The online MCQ competition is also live on the MyGov portal till January 12, 2024, for students of classes 6 to 12, Teachers, and Parents to participate in the contest. As of January 5, over 90 lakh students, more than 8 lakh teachers, and around 2 Lakh parents have registered so far.