Sushma Swaraj, Prakash Javadekar launch 'Exam Warriors', Narendra Modi's book for students [Photos]

Union minister Sushma Swaraj and human resource development minister Prakash Javadekar launched a book 'Exam Warriors' authored by Narendra Modi

FP Staff February 04, 2018 14:26:46 IST
Union ministers Sushma Swaraj and Prakash Javadekar launched a book titled 'Exam Warriors' authored by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday. The book is a compilation of the prime minister's advice to students on dealing with exam stress. PTI
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Union ministers Sushma Swaraj and Prakash Javadekar launched a book titled 'Exam Warriors' authored by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday. The book is a compilation of the prime minister's advice to students on dealing with exam stress. PTI
There are 25 mantras given in the book by Modi, which help students, their parents as well as teachers on how to handle anxiety and stress during exams. Swaraj described in detail the 25 mantras at the launch and urged students the read the book. PTI
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There are 25 mantras given in the book by Modi, which help students, their parents as well as teachers on how to handle anxiety and stress during exams. Swaraj described in detail the 25 mantras at the launch and urged students the read the book. PTI
Swaraj also encouraged students not to fear examinations just like the prime minister does not fear elections. She suggested that the students should compete with themselves, and not others. Twitter@USAmbIndia
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Swaraj also encouraged students not to fear examinations just like the prime minister does not fear elections. She suggested that the students should compete with themselves, and not others. Twitter@USAmbIndia
The 193-page book is available on the 'Narendra Modi' app and students can communicate with the prime minister through it. The mantras in the book are aimed at helping students face examinations without stress apart from teaching them the importance of embracing technology, playing and presentation skills, among others. Twitter@PrakashJavdekar
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The 193-page book is available on the 'Narendra Modi' app and students can communicate with the prime minister through it. The mantras in the book are aimed at helping students face examinations without stress apart from teaching them the importance of embracing technology, playing and presentation skills, among others. Twitter@PrakashJavdekar
In a letter to parents in the book, Modi asked them to spend quality time with their children and "always accept rather than expect" from them. Twitter@PrakashJavdekar
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In a letter to parents in the book, Modi asked them to spend quality time with their children and "always accept rather than expect" from them. Twitter@PrakashJavdekar
Javadekar, at the launch, said the prime minister has written a book on an issue which is not political and is connected to every home. He added that the prime minister will soon hold a dialogue with crores of school and college students on the issue of examination and how to confidently appear for tests. Twitter@PrakashJavdekar
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Javadekar, at the launch, said the prime minister has written a book on an issue which is not political and is connected to every home. He added that the prime minister will soon hold a dialogue with crores of school and college students on the issue of examination and how to confidently appear for tests. Twitter@PrakashJavdekar