The chief minister, Yogi Adityanath, while interacting with the deserving students who made a place on the merit list in the high school and inter examination of the UP Board, said it is not difficult to achieve any task nor any goal if there is self-confidence in the mind. Don’t take anything for granted. Small things are also very important in life.
Gorakhpur. If you have confidence in your mind, it is not difficult to achieve any task or goal. Don’t take anything for granted. Small things are also very important in life. We only fail when we ignore many things as little ones. Also remember that there is no substitute for hard work. If you work hard, you will surely achieve your goal. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said these things while interacting with the deserving students who made a place on the merit list in the UP Board’s secondary and intermediate examination. On Friday, in the auditorium of the Bhawan Annex, among the top ten high and middle school students in Gorakhpur district, the chief minister was sometimes seen in the role of tutor, sometimes teacher and sometimes classmate of these students.
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In this program called ‘Medhavi Vidyarthi Samvad’, CM Yogi while giving advice to students to achieve brighter success said that they make a notebook of all the important things. Instead of trusting someone else, if you take the exam from your notebook, you will definitely succeed according to the goal. If there is any exam, it is very important to fully prepare for it as well as free yourself from fear and worry. Keep up to date by reading regular newspapers Students CM Yogi said that all students should have the habit of reading newspapers regularly. Explained, it is a better way to keep your general knowledge up to date. He proposed that students study the articles published on the editorial page of the newspapers and also take up the habit of writing down important ideas and facts from them.
He said the articles on the editorial page are real, informative and interesting. At the same time, the Chief Minister also proposed that all students go to the library to view the books, study them and in the current era connect with the libraries of the country and the world through the online medium. Must read PM Modi’s Exam Warriors, you will receive an inspiring guide During the dialogue, CM Yogi asked the students, how many children have read Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Exam Warriors, how many have seen and heard the PM exam discussion program . He also said that all students should read Exam Warriors, this will give a motivational guide to success. He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi connects with the country through the Mann Ki Baat program. It offers interesting information about who is doing what new in any corner of the country. Extracurricular activities in personality development also helping CM Yogi, while interacting with students, taught them to participate in extracurricular activities for personality development as well. He said that in addition to preparing for the exams, he should also be interested in other areas. During this, he gave the example of the meritorious student Vaishnavi Agrahari and said that Vaishnavi sang Ramcharitmanas and Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta aloud. It helps to develop the personality. Students should also have a habit of positive debate about sport and current affairs. Principal’s responsibility To create a learning environment, principals of deserving student schools were also present in the program. Calling them, the head counselor said it is the principal’s responsibility to create a learning and discipline environment in the school.
He called for cleanliness along with school classrooms, laboratories, libraries and premises. If a school does not have a sweeper, teachers and students can do this work collectively. The student must have a sense of cleanliness, discipline and go to school on time, so along with the student, parents must also understand their responsibility. CM Yogi told principals that new information should be given regularly at prayer meetings in schools. At the same time, an old student council should also be formed in all schools. These students will benefit from the experiences of alumni and will be guided. With these efforts, we can do something new in every school. CM Yogi also appealed to principals for students to be informed about government schemes as well. If a student wants to prepare for NEET, JEE, NDA, UPSC, etc. and will be informed about the Abhyudaya Coaching Scheme managed by the government, it will be very beneficial for him. Similarly, by spreading information about Mukhyamantri Kanya Sumangala Yojana, the future of many girls can be saved. Therefore, the schools themselves must be aware first. He said that if students had information about Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana, Home Program, Stand Up Plan, Self-Employment Plan of the Chief Minister, One District One Product Plan, etc., their parents or relatives would also be they will benefit through them.
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He suggested that students see the government’s plans in the newspapers, keep their clippings and get more information about them from administration officials. Change in curriculum according to all exams in India The Chief Minister said that no board is wrong. We are implementing the NCERT curriculum so that the preparation of the students here can be in accordance with the All India exams. In addition to preparing to follow the new curriculum, emphasis has also been placed on teacher training. At the same time, there is a total deployment of teachers in each school. Old buildings are being reinforced. At the end of the program, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath paid tribute to the district leaders of the UP Board by presenting them with a summons. Along with that, he was given bags and books. These books also include PM Modi’s Exam Warriors. Students, parents and principals were amazed at CM Yogi’s spontaneity, seeing the intimacy and leisure with which the chief minister interacted with students, principals and parents in the meritorious student dialogue program, everyone became they make of him. One by one, CM Yogi got to know his detailed introduction to all the toppers, asked about his subjects and the marks obtained in the exam and congratulated them. After the presentation, he interacted with the students again. This time he discussed with everyone one by one the preparations for his further studies and guided them. After the students, he asked the principal about the facilities available at the school, the number of students, and so on. The chief minister held a SEBI dialogue with some parents, during which the mother of a deserving student was moved and said: Maharaj ji used to see you in the newspapers or on television until now. Today my son has given me the good fortune that today I have the opportunity to speak directly with you.
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