Digital Desk, New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi suddenly attended a session of CBSE students on Thursday. This session was organized by the Ministry of Education. He interacted with the students and their parents during the meeting. During this, the Prime Minister talked about the issues and concerns of the students. PM said to the students, I have come suddenly but I do not want to disturb you. You have also learned how to burn calories online. The Prime Minister asked all the students about their well being.
During this, the Prime Minister also spoke to a student named Hiteshwar Sharma living in Panchkula, who has been a topper of class X. Hiteshwar told the Prime Minister that he lives in Sector 10, Panchkula. On this, the Prime Minister said that he too had lived in Sector 7 of Panchkula for a long time.
The Prime Minister asked Hiteshwar that if you were the topper of 10th, then it must have been your preparation to top in 12th also. To this Hiteshwar replied that Sir, I felt good about the cancellation of the exam. We were seeing that at present the environment is not so safe. You have taken the best decision and to be the topper I believe that our hard work never goes in vain as our knowledge stays with us. We hope that we will get good marks in the basis which you will make for the exam result. We will be forever grateful to you for this decision.
The students said that those students who study continuously do not need much worry. It is wrong that the toppers are disappointed with this decision.
The Prime Minister also spoke to the students on Corona security. He asked the students that some people consider themselves very brave and said that they will not wear masks. How do you feel about this?
The students replied that we feel very bad seeing such persons. One more, while all the responsible people and the government are doing so much awareness to protect against corona, some people do such carelessness.
Referring to the book of Prime Minister Modi, a student from Kolkata said that Prime Minister, you have said that the examination should be celebrated like a festival, so I had assumed from the beginning that what is the need to be afraid of the festival.
Nandan Hegde of Karnataka said that I thought this exam is not the last test of my life. We have to preserve our health and prepare for the upcoming exams.
The Prime Minister asked the students that what would you like to do now, watch the Champions League, concentrate on the preparations for the Olympics. In an online discussion with the Prime Minister, the parents of the students also thanked him for canceling the examination.
The parents said that this decision has been taken for the interest and safety of the students. Students can now start preparing for their future.
On the other hand, a student of Kendriya Vidyalaya in Bengaluru, Karnataka thanked the Prime Minister and said that your decision is very good because if the head is safe then turban thousand. Hearing this answer, the Prime Minister also smiled.
Himachal’s Kashish Negi told the Prime Minister that the decision to cancel the examination was absolutely right, as our life had come to a standstill due to examinations. But I would like to thank you for the decision you took.
Jannat Sakshi, a student of Delhi Public School, Jaipur, said, “We welcome the decision you have taken for the 12th board exams because the health and safety of the students is paramount. We are confident that whatever process will be followed for evaluation, it will be in our interest.
During this, a student said that some of my beards also grew in the lockdown. When my mother asked me to cut my beard, I refused and said that I am a fan of Modi ji, so I am growing a beard.
Shubhanshi Agarwal, a student of Kendriya Vidyalaya New Delhi said that we will use the extra time we have got due to the cancellation of examinations to prepare for the entrance examinations of competitive examinations.