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All You Need To Know About Pariksha Pe Charcha 2021

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Pariksha Pe Charcha 2021: As per official notifications and announcements made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal, the Pariksha Pe Charcha, an event organised by the central government will take virtually on April 7 at 7 pm.

PM Modi took to Twitter on April 5 and that the event will have a “new format” this year and will cover questions on a “wide range of subjects”.

What is Pariksha Pe Charcha about?

It is an event organised by the central in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacts with students appearing for board exams. In the past three editions of the event since 2018, PM Modi has been sharing exam tips with students and answering their questions. PM Modi in the past has been seen giving advice to children on how to overcome exam stress.

How can one apply for the event?

The registration window to apply for the event has now been closed. Students, teachers and parents all could visit the innovateindia.mygov.in and submit their entries based on different themes. Based on the applications, the centre chose people who will be able to participate in the event along with Narendra Modi. They will also get a Certificate of Appreciation from the central government.

How many people will be participating in the event?

According to official reports, more than 10.39 lakh students registered for the Pariksha Pe Charcha 2021 online event. About 2.61 lakh teachers and more than 93,000 parents registered. ANI report on April 7 had Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal saying that the number of students registrations have crossed 14 lakh and the entries include students from 81 countries who have participated in the Pariksha Pe Charcha 2021 creative writing contest.

The event is open to watch for everyone at 7 pm on April 7, PM Modi tweeted on Monday. He wrote, “A new format, several interesting questions on a wide range of subjects and a memorable discussion with our brave #ExamWarriors, parents and teachers.”