Pariksha Pe Charcha 2023: Prime Minister Narendra Modi also talked to students about the use of gadgets during the Pariksha Pe Charcha program. PM Modi said that people in India spend an average of 6 hours on screen. This is a matter of concern. Why be a slave to gadgets when God has given us an independent existence and a personality with limitless potential?
The Prime Minister said, ‘to believe in the power God has given you. Trust your smartness, not the smartness of gadgets. The smarter you are, the better you will be able to use gadgets. Use them wisely.’
Why does PM think that it’s our mistake to consider gadgets smarter than ourselves?
Prime Minister Modi said that first of all, you have to decide whether you are smart or gadget smart… sometimes you are smarter than yourself… you take your gadgets for granted and the mistake starts from there. The more smartly you use the gadget, the better the results will be.
PM Modi said that once you extricate yourself from the clutches of such misuse of technology, you will feel blissful. The moment you feel joy, you will have attained true freedom.
He advised the students to neither destroy their inner peace in the constant feeling of comparing and competing with their peers nor consider their exams as their life. There is a life beyond these too. The more positive and free you feel, the better you will do in life.
There is a very thin line between criticism and obstruction. Parents must criticise in a constructive, positive way: PM Modi during 'Pariksha Pe Charcha' 2023 pic.twitter.com/mecNyljn3w
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Prime Minister Modi said that our country, which the world used to call ‘average’, is now shining globally, so never underestimate your potential. Times change and everyone has some extraordinary talent; The point is that you need to recognize them.
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Talking to the teachers and parents present in the program, PM Modi said that every parent should evaluate their children properly and not let the inferiority complex come within the children. Also, he told the children that once they accept the truth that they have an ability and now have to do things according to it… the day you know their ability, they become very powerful that day.
PM Modi refused to talk to the parents
The Prime Minister told students, teachers and parents not to pay attention to habitual critics… We should never lose focus. I also urge the parents that you cannot ‘mold’ their children through gossip.
He said that there is a deep and thick line between ‘criticism’ and ‘blame’. Criticisms make us better and blame is something we should not even pay attention to in life. Prime Minister Modi said that we live day and night in the spirit of competition… we live for ourselves… we live in ourselves… we live while learning from our loved ones. Everyone needs to learn, but the emphasis should also be placed on your inner potential. Life does not stop at one station because of one exam.
PM Modi appeals to students to learn new languages
Prime Minister Modi also appealed to the students to learn new languages during the program. He said that learning new languages not only opens doors for us to learn and learn new words and phrases but also to know about the ancient heritage, history, culture and age-old civilizations associated with it.
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