Partho Chattopadhyay: No Pariksha Par Charcha in West Bengal schools and colleges

Aaron Brown
February 17, 2018

The PM's comments came at his "Pariksha pe Charcha", where he addressed students about to take up their board exams.

In the course of the event which lasted about one-and-a-half hours, the prime minister took questions on a range of issues, including nervousness, anxiety, concentration, peer pressure, parents expectations, and the role of teachers. "But I'm unable to speak all those languages, I can't speak Tamil, Malayalam or other languages but through voiceover, students should be informed about today's address", he said.

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Apart from a large auditorium, arrangements were also made to screen the programme at two classrooms, for students at the primary and secondary levels.

"The students should be allowed to study during examination time". Students in most of the other grades write their annual examinations prior to these dates. "Koi film dikhayenge lagta hai", said one of the 350-odd 11-year-olds, who had gathered. So if anyone gives good ideas or thoughts to a young student, be it a parent, a friend or the Prime Minister I welcome it.

Students from 2,000 schools and colleges are scheduled to attend the event. It is essential to be flexible and make best use of one's time, he added.

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