Pradeep Pattanayak

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been guiding students, parents and teachers in his Pariksha Pe Charha (PPC) programme, said Odisha Governor Raghubar Das on Monday. 

The Odisha Governor has been visiting different parts of the state and hearing people’s grievances. On Monday, he was on a one-day visit to Subarnapur district. During his stay in the district, he attended several programmes. He also interacted with the people on topics like women empowerment, the development of agriculture and education. 

Later, he went to the Subarnapur Kendriya Vidyalaya and listened to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Pariksha Pe Charha programme with the students. Thereafter he went to Bankatentuli and Kartang villages and held discussions with farmers and the beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana. 

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During his visit, he also attended the golden jubilee function of Kartang High School. While addressing the gathering, he laid emphasis on education and said education helps society grow and become cultured. He also discussed with the students the importance of the Pariksha Pe Charha programme. 

“While addressing the problems of students, teachers and guardians, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been guiding children, their parents and teachers in his Pariksha Pe Charha programme,” he said. 

“In the presence of Governor Raghubar Das, we took part in the PPC programme in our school. The Prime Minister told us how to manage the examination fear. Examination plays a vital role in a student’s life. He guided us on how to overcome the stress. It was very motivating and we enjoyed it a lot as the Governor was with us,” said a student of Kendriya Vidyalaya.

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  • Rabindra Hota