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Mann Ki Baat : PM Modi Announces ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ For His Younger Friends On Tuesday

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| January 27 , 2019 , 14:10 IST

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday, during his first radio broadcast ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme of the year 2019. The radio podcast began broadcasting at 11 am.

Pm Modi said he will interact with students from all over the country this Tuesday in the 'Pariksha Pe Charcha' programme. He said he will touch upon all facets of examinations, especially on the topic of stress-free exams. He urged people to send inputs and ideas with regard to this programme.

He said, “I will touch upon a lot of things related to exams with my young friends, especially on the topic of stress-free exams. I urged people to send me their inputs, ideas with regard to this programme.”

“It was suggested that I talk about exams warriors, however, I am happy to inform you that I will hold a special session ‘Pariksha par Charcha’ to address the students of the country.”

"My younger friends, the days of #examinations are approaching. Students, their parents, teachers, all are engaged in tasks related to exams. I wish all the students, their parents, and teachers all the best,"

Narendra Modi hailed Election Commission for its endeavors in conducting free and fair polls in the country over the years and urged the youth to register and exercise their franchise. Modi said efforts are made and all arrangements are ensured and often poling stations are set up so that even a single voter in a remote corner of the country can exercise his or her democratic rights.

He said,“The manner in which the Election Commission conducts elections in India, it is natural for all Indians to feel proud about it.”

“I compliment Election Commission to make all efforts to strengthen the spirit of democracy in the country,” Prime Minister said.

Talking about India's achievements in Space Technology, Modi said the number of successful space missions attempted since independence till 2014 is equal to those successfully completed in the past four years.

He highlighted that the country has also created a world record for launching 104 satellites simultaneously from the same spacecraft. He added that India will soon register its presence on the Moon through Chandrayaan-2 campaign.

He said space technology is being used to improve delivery and accountability of government services. Housing for All scheme involves geo-tagging of about 40 lakh homes spread over 23 states.

Along with this scheme, about thirty and a half million properties under MNREGA have also been tagged.

He paid condolence on the death of Shivakumara Swami and hailed the seer's social work. The Siddaganga mutt seer breathed his last on January 21 and also paid tributes to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, whose birth anniversary passed off on January 23.