Meritorious people got Yogi mantra, be curious, keep faith in yourself, work also requires rest, include sports in routine
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has inspired the meritorious to be inquisitive. He has said that never hesitate to ask questions. First, discuss the question in your mind, still, if you don't get the solution then ask the teacher, but don't hesitate. CM Yogi was interacting with the top-ranked children, their parents, and principals in the UP Board class 10th examination in Lucknow district on Thursday.
During this conversation held at the CM residence, the Chief Minister while congratulating and congratulating the parents of the students included in the merit list, expressed special happiness over the success of the daughters in the excellence list. At the same time, taking information about the methods of their reading, the children said that never prepare on the basis of notes from others. Prepare your own notes. Notes can give you instant success, but if the concept is not clear then it will never be useful for long-term goals. He suggested everyone keep a small diary with them. Said that in this diary you should note down new things/important things.
Interacting with the children, the Chief Minister said that along with work, rest is also necessary. If you will study regularly, play regularly, and do all the tasks by making a timetable, then there will be no unnecessary stress at the time of the examination. With a disciplined routine, you can score good marks in the exam. Therefore, if you follow the routine by making a timetable, then not only your course will be completed on time, but your health will also be better.
The Chief Minister said that we all should sleep and wake up on time. If all the children sleep by 10 pm and wake up at 4 am, then it will be favorable for their health. Waking up throughout the night makes a person tired throughout the day, adversely affecting health. He also motivated the children toward sports. Said that every child should be associated with some program of sports. This will lead to physical and mental development as well as intellectual development. It also enhances decision-making ability.
Stay updated with current events, read the newspaper every day
The Chief Minister said that apart from the fixed school syllabus, you should stay updated with the current situation of the country and the world. Newspaper is a good medium for this. Make sure to read a newspaper at one time in the routine. The editorial pages of newspapers are full of ideas. By reading different ideas, you can decide your point of view on a subject. It will be useful for you in upcoming competitive exams. The Chief Minister said that every student must inculcate the habit of going to the library. Try to read at least one book a month that is different from the syllabus. CM Yogi also discussed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's popular radio program 'Mann Ki Baat' with the meritorious children.
He said that every student should join the 'Mann Ki Baat' program of the Prime Minister. With this, you will get to know a lot of creative things. Where in the country, which child did good work, about the good work of the progressive farmer, wherein the social life, which person has done good work, the Prime Minister also discusses this in his 'Mann Ki Baat' program. This program is full of information about any new design, innovative efforts, new changes, etc. happening in the country. Every child and parent must listen to this. The CM also discussed with the children and parents the book 'Exam Warrior' written by the Prime Minister and the special program 'Pariksha Pe Charcha' for the board candidates.
Addressing various queries of the meritorious, the Chief Minister said that the state government updates the syllabus from time to time in view of the changing environment. This sequence will continue continuously. We should know about our true history. One should be aware of the personality/work of his heroes/great men. Therefore, the state government has included these subjects in basic education as well.
Information about career, given success tips
While discussing with the meritorious their career plans, the Chief Minister said that the state government conducts Abhyudaya coaching. Free preparation for various competitive exams including NEET, JEE, UPSC, UPPSC, NDA, and CDS is done here. Its specialty is that it is conducted by those who have passed the respective examination. Like Young IAS, IPS, PCS, PPS Officers, Young Doctors, Newly Selected Engineers, etc. This innovative coaching runs in both virtual and physical modes. Children should be made aware of this in schools.
Congratulations to the schools said to create an ancient student council
The CM congratulated the principals of the school for preparing meritorious children and inquired about their teaching and evaluation system. The principals were told that the teachers should make communication with the parents. If there is no personal communication with the parents, then it will not only affect your school, as well as the parents, will also not know what is happening in the school. Therefore, such a system should be made so that once a month the teacher must visit the child's house. Meet the parents. It is also in the interest of the school and will also be useful for the student. The Chief Minister also appreciated the conduct of extra classes/remedial classes for relatively weak children/talented children on the basis of talent/capacity. Also said that the style of teaching of the teacher affects the admissibility of the subject. Educational institutions should teach in an interesting manner.
The Chief Minister said that many schemes are being run by the Central and State Governments for the benefit of the students/youth. A large number have taken advantage of schemes like Mukhyamantri Kanya Sumangala Yojana, Beti Bachao Beti Padhao, Stand Up Scheme, Start-Up Scheme, Mudra Yojana, Digital India, etc. Make such a system that students can get information about these schemes in schools. Give complete details of the scheme like purpose, qualification, mode of application, etc. An early morning prayer meeting can be an appropriate occasion for this. The Chief Minister asked the principals to ensure that the children get the benefits of central and state government schemes. Apply for scholarship/fee reimbursement on time. Emphasizing the need to benefit the present students from the experiences of the old students, the Chief Minister advised the principals to constitute the Purana Chatra Parishad in the school. While talking to the CM, the parents also told the story of the hard work of their children. The mother of one meritorious shared the happiness of her son getting 100 marks in Hindi, while many other parents gave information about the duration of the children's studies.