Prime Minister Narendra Modi advises CBSE students to take tests in 'happy and stress-free manner'

Appear for CBSE board examinations in a 'happy and stress-free manner', Prime Minister Narendra Modi told students on Saturday.

Press Trust of India February 15, 2020 20:31:04 IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi advises CBSE students to take tests in 'happy and stress-free manner'
  • Appear for CBSE board examinations in a happy and stress-free manner Prime Minister Narendra Modi

  • Describing those appearing for the classes X and XII board examinations as exam warriors

  • Nearly 18.89 lakh candidates are appearing for Class X exams and 12.06 lakh for Class XII examinations

New Delhi: Appear for CBSE board examinations in a "happy and stress-free manner", Prime Minister Narendra Modi told students on Saturday.

Describing those appearing for the classes X and XII board examinations as "exam warriors", he said months of hardwork and preparation will "surely lead to great things".

"As the CBSE Class X and XII exams commence today, best wishes to all young Exam Warriors, their parents and teachers. I urge my young friends to appear for the exams in a happy and stress-free manner," the prime minister tweeted.

Nearly 18.89 lakh candidates are appearing for Class X exams and 12.06 lakh for Class XII examinations.

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