PM’s pre-exam advice: Parents should stop using children’s report cards as ‘visiting cards’

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Parents should quit utilizing their kids’ report card as their own “meeting cards” at parties, Prime Minister Narendra Modi exhorted guardians, advised them against connecting one’s youngster’s scholarly execution to one’s social standing.Addressing around 2,000 understudies and educators here on Tuesday in his second ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ cooperation in two years, Modi asked understudies not to trifle with misery and look for guiding whenever required. Amid his second pre-test communication with them, the Prime Minister exhorted understudies to record their inconveniences on a paper and trust in their companions to keep sorrow under control. “Nobody should trifle with wretchedness, neither guardians nor understudies nor instructors. They should give it most extreme need,” he said. The Prime Minister additionally said that understudies must be clear about what they need to end up or accomplish throughout everyday life, and not simply take affirmation in any course or school. “In the event that that happens the alumni making processing plants will continue creating graduates who might not realize how to manage their lives,” he said.The Prime Minister reacted to inquiries of understudies from a few nations, for example, Nepal, Russia, Nigeria and Kuwait. Understudies’ inquiries were presented to him as pre-recorded recordings. Be that as it may, two or three understudies who were among the participants couldn’t break through to the PM regardless of yelling “sir” a few times. One of the understudies, who was from Central Hindu School, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, was made to take a seat by his instructors and different authorities when he confronted make an inquiry. The cooperation was live-spilled in all administration schools of the nation.

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