Prime Minister Narendra Modi his 'Mann Ki Baat' in radio today at 11 am. It is a programme in which the PM adddresses the nation since october 3, 2014 every month.
Prime Minister Narendra his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ in radio today at 11 am. It is a programme in which the PM adddresses the nation since October 3, 2014 every month. His last broadcast broadcast on January 29 was specially for the students who are getting ready to appear for their board examinations in the month of March 2017 for which he urged all the young children to listen to what he had to say.
He had begun the show by urging people to observe a silence of 2 minutes on morning of 30 Jan to pay respect to martyrs who gave their lives for the nation. He congratulated the families and personnel who won gallantry awards on Republic Day, He said, “I urge youth to research on the martyrs by using internet and spread the word.” He continued by paying condolence to the deceased and also remembers Mahatma Gandhi. He said, “My condolence to the brave jawans who lost their lives due to avalanche in Jammu and Kashmir. January 30 is the punya-tithi of our respected Bapu.”
While talking about board examinations and the stress which is borne by the students, PM Modi said, “Why should exam time be a time of stress or sadness? Do not think about exams as pressure; they should be celebrated as festivals. Smile more and score more. During exams there should be an environment of festivity, it will turn P for pressure into P for pleasure. When you are relaxed, the recall value will be more. Relaxation is the best tonic for memory. A happy mind is the secret of a good mark sheet. Exams are not a benchmark of your success in life. If your mission and ambition are in sync, marks will follow. Take small breaks, return to books feeling fresh. Try deep breathing it is very relaxing. P for prepare and P for play, the person who plays, shines. Deep breathing is beneficial during exams, it’ll keep you feeling fresh; Proper sleep will increase your concentration.
PM Modi congratulated the Indian Coast Guards for completing 40 years on Feb 1, 2017. He said, “I thank all jawans and officials for serving the nation. They not only look after coastal vigilance but also coastal cleanliness, as they under took a cleanliness drive last year. Not many know that our Coast Guard has women personnel also and they work at par with their counterparts.” In the end he gave his best wishes to the students by saing that,”Be confident, do well. My best wishes are with you. Make the best of it.”