“Out Of Syllabus”: PM When Student Asked About Opposition Criticism
In response to a question regarding the criticism he receives from members of various opposition parties today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a funny response.
“Criticism is like purifying in a democracy,” the prime minister stated in response to a student at the “Pariksha Pe Charcha” event.
“The question is out of the syllabus. I have a conviction that criticism is an absolute condition and a Shuddhi Yagna for a prosperous democracy,” PM Modi said.
At the sixth iteration of “Pariksha Pe Charcha,” an annual engagement he has with kids before of board exams, he spoke with thousands of students and answered their questions.
PM Modi warned parents against placing excessive pressure on their children regarding grades by highlighting the distinction between constructive criticism and “unnecessary interruption.”
“If you are hardworking and honest, then you should not care about the criticisms because they become your strength,” he told the students.
He asked them to stay focused on their goals.”Expectations from family are natural, but if the family is looking at social status, then it’s not healthy. Do not be suppressed by pressures. Stay focused,” he said.
The prime minister also stressed to students the value of time management. “Time management is crucial in your daily life as well as for exams. Set job priorities, that’s all. You will learn how to effectively manage your time if you watch your mother “said he.
Additionally, he firmly opposed utilising unethical tactics during exams. “Some students ‘cheat’ during exams by using their ingenuity. These pupils will succeed if they make wise use of their time and imagination. In life, we shouldn’t take any quick cuts “declared the prime minister.PM Modi asked the students to not get distracted by technology and adopt “digital fasting” once a week. “People in India spend an average of 6 hours on screen. Keep a separate time allotted when you will use mobile for interaction on social media platforms,” he said.