Pariksha pe Charcha program is going to be organized on 27th January. A record 20 lakh queries have been sent for this programme. These questions have been sent by parents and students.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will discuss the exam on January 27 this year. More than 38 lakh students have registered to participate in this program. This is a record in itself. There has been an increase of 15 lakh in the number of students as compared to last year. Students from all over the country will get a chance to interact with PM Modi in the program to be held at Talkatora Stadium in Delhi. Pariksha Pe Charcha In the program, PM Modi talks to the students on the issues of stress related to the exam.
This year, the sixth edition of the program will be organized under Pariksha Pe Charcha. Live telecast of the program will also be done across the country. Pariksha Pe Charcha is an annual program in which PM Modi interacts with the students going to appear for the board exams. The stress and other issues related to students’ exams are discussed in the programme. During this, PM Modi also answers the questions of the students. The first edition of Pariksha Pe Charcha program was started on 16 February 2018.
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More than 38 lakh students will participate
However, this program is completely for school children. But Higher Education Institutions have been told that they can participate in the program in a virtual manner. Started in 2018, 20,000 students had first registered in this program. In 2019, this number increased to 1,58,000. Whereas, in 2020, 3 lakh, 14 lakh in 2021 and 15.8 lakh students in 2022 got registered for this program. This year the number of students registering has increased to 38.8 lakhs.
20 lakh questions sent for the program
There will be 2000 students who will physically participate in the ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ program at Talkatora Stadium in Delhi. This year, more than 20 lakh questions have been received from across the country, which have been sent by experts, parents, schools and students.
Higher education regulator All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and University Grants Commission (UGC) have sent letters to all colleges and universities, asking them to make arrangements to make the program available virtually.