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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday interacted with faculty college students who’ve carried out successfully inside the board examinations this yr. PM Modi was addressing the nation by the use of the radio programme Mann Ki Baat. The deal with is telecast on the ultimate Sunday of every month.
He first interacted with Kritika Nandal who cleared the board exams this yr. She hails from Panipat, Haryana. PM Modi congratulated her for passing the board exams and requested about her intention in life. She talked about, “I want to become a doctor.” Wishing her higher of luck, PM Modi talked about that the lifetime of medical medical doctors are fully dedicated to the society and that it is a 24×7 job. “Doctors have to work very hard throughout the day. In the time of pandemic, they are risking their lives to serve the public,” he added.
The PM then interacted with Vinayak of Ernakulam, Kerala. “How’s the Josh!” the PM requested. “High, Sir,” he replied immediately. Congratulating Vinayak, PM Modi requested him if he is into social media and electronics gadgets. “No sir, we are not allowed to use social media and electronic gadgets in our school premises,” Vinayak talked about, to which PM Modi replied, “So you are lucky!”
He then talked to Usman Saifi of Amroha, UP and congratulated him for passing the board exams. PM Modi requested about his ambitions in life to which Saifi replied, “I am preparing for JEE Mains that will be held in September and wish to get into an IIT. After completing my engineering, I want to become an IAS officer.” Talking about his hobbies he talked about, “I love to write on current affairs like GST, demonetisation etc.” The PM was amazed to know that he loves writing about such key factors, apart from analysis. “I am glad to know that you read and write about these important topics. Writing helps you hone your thinking and learning skills.” When he found that Usman is all for Mathematics, he advised him to attempt finding out ‘Vedic Mathematics’ on-line.
At last, he talked to Kanika from Namakkal, Tamil Nadu, whose father is a driver. She objectives to grow to be a doctor. “First of all, I do a pranam to your father who is taking a lot of care of you and your sister (who is also studying in MBBS). It i s a great service he is doing. He is an inspiration for all.”
“When I hear of Namakkal, I think of the Anjaneyar temple, now I will also remember my interaction with you,” he added.