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Effects and Benefits of Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Students – How to become an exam warrior

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Effect of Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Students – How to become an exam warrior

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today, interacted with students, teachers and parents, as part of Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0 at Talkatora Stadium, New Delhi. Honourable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi discussed core issues related to life of students, teachers and parents during the examination and all stakeholders’ pre and post examination effect. Is a person’s life more than one examination? What are essential issues that should be taken utmost care by students, teachers and parents?

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi interacting with school and college students, during the ‘Pariksha Par Charcha 2.0’, in New Delhi on January 29, 2019.

We organized an open discussion in the class with all students after Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0. Students came up with rational ideas and answers. Positive effect of Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0 can be felt in the eyes of students. Everyone felt a positive spark in the eyes of students.

We asked them to summarize today’s interaction of honorable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi with students, teachers and parents community from all over the world. Today so many students brought it–

Each and every student tried to interpret his own way the Prime Minister’s interaction with students from different corner of the world. One thing was very clear that each student was mesmerized by the outcome of the discussion in “Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0”. When I was going through students summary/keys points of their learning in “Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0”, they might be written grammatically incorrect but they were fully satisfied with the discussion points of the Prime Minister. Every student imprinted some of final dialogue of “Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0” i.e.
लक्ष्य ऐसा होना चाहिए जो पहुंच में हो लेकिन पकड़ में न हो
निशान चूक जाएं तो  माफ हो सकता हैं लेकिन निशान नीचा हो तो कोइ माफी नहीं.
निराशा में डूबा हुआ समाज या व्यक्ति किसी का भला नहीं कर सकता इसीलिए आशा और अपेक्षा अनिवार्य होती है। 
जो सफल लोग होते हैं, उन पर समय का दबाव नहीं होता है। ऐसा इसलिए क्योंकि उन्होंने अपने समय की कीमत समझी होती है।
“Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0” has magical effect on each and every student. We hope that student will impart these life learning lesson for the prosperity of self, society and nation.

Rajeev Ranjan

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Social Science Exam Preparation Tips Tricks and Strategies for Getting Good Marks in Board Exam

Broadly, Social Science syllabus can be divided into 7 parts. When we analyze a chapter of Social Science, we find that a chapter consists of 7 main categories i.e

Wise students read lesson intensively and develop a deep level of understanding in Social Science subjects “History, Geography, Political Science and Economics”. Getting high score in board examination heavily depends on comprehensive knowledge of different historical, social, political and economic key points and issues along with learning ability of “different terms, concept, days , dates and data, facts, figure writers, explorer, thinkers, books and crucial core issues of past, current and major challenges in near future.

How to develop a comprehensive knowledge in Social Science t? How can we score high marks in Social Science? What are the tips, tricks and strategies for getting good marks in social Science?

“Important Terms and Concepts”

“Important Terms and Concepts”   Subject Wise
Nationalism, Despotism, Ethnicity, Peace settlement, Domino effect, Rowlatt Act etc, History
Sustainable Development, Green Revolution, Geo-thermal energy, Golden Quadrilateral Geography
Power sharing, Legislative, Linguistic state, Family Laws, Mobilization, Social Movement Political Science
Primary sector, Literacy rate, Underemployment, Demand deposits, Globalization, Per capita income Economics

Tips to Score High Marks in This Section

This section is very easy for students. Students learn important terms and key concepts word to word. Generally, important terms and key concepts consist of 1 word to 30 words, therefore it is very easy to learn and reproduce. Each student has own technique to remember something for a long time, however there are two well tried techniques help students to remember important key terms and concepts for a long time.

1st – Repetition – learning key terms and key concepts so many times and reproducing those points either in terms of re-writing or verbally representation so many times

2nd – Revision – revising key terms and key concept frequently over a period of time (7days/10 days/15 days/30 days

Wise students present important terms and key concepts word to word as it is mentioned in the text book. There is less space and opportunity for students to deviate from the prescribed statement.

“Important Days & Dates/Periods,”

“Important Facts/Figures/Revolutionary Figures/Writers/Explorers/Thinkers/Books”

“Definitions and Descriptions of an Event and Its Impact on Society, Nation and at World Level, “Characteristics of an historical, cultural and economic event/incident/decision”,

“Classification & Differences between two events/incidents/social issues/issues related to different systems”,

“Classification & Differences Subject Wise
 Difference between ‘Nationalism and Romanticism/Liberalism and Conservatism/Non-cooperation Movement and Civil Disobedience Movement History
Difference between ‘Conventional and Non- Conventional Energy’/‘Agro-based industries and Mineral- based industries Geography
Difference between ‘ Coming Together and Holding Together Federation, One Party System and Multiparty System, Democracy and Dictatorship/ Political Science
Difference between ‘ developed countries and developing countries, organized sector and un-organized sector, investment and foreign investment / Do you think the classification of economic activities into primary, secondary, and tertiary is useful? Explain how. Economics

Tips to Score high Marks in this section:-

  1. Be precise
  2. Write points wise according to questions (words limits/limit points) and marks allotted for a specific question
  3. Include and integrate related key words/key terms in your point
  4. Give appropriate examples if it requires to include( Condition)
  5.  Do not repeat same points several-times
  6. Remember the theory of ‘demand and supply’

Rajeev Ranjan

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