Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday encouraged his students to believe in their strengths and use electronic devices wisely and smartly
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday encouraged his students to believe in their strengths and use electronic devices wisely and wisely.
“People in India spend an average of six hours on screen. Are we going to be slaves to gadgets?” Modi said at the sixth edition of the “Pariksha Pecharcha” program in the capital. He further said that the average 6 hours of screen time for our country’s gadget users is “pointless” and benefits only the manufacturers.
“Right now in our country, gadget users have an average of 6 hours of screen time. This certainly reflects the amount of time and energy people waste pointlessly and without productivity. It is a serious concern and a threat to people’s creativity,” Modi said, adding that everyone would feel “bliss” when they freed themselves from the shackles of technology misuse.
“The moment you feel bliss, you will have true freedom,” he continued.
In addition, motivating students to believe in themselves and their intelligence, the Prime Minister advised them to use their gadgets wisely.
He also enlightened students to believe in their own cleverness and highlighted the big mistakes students make by relying on gadgets.
“You have to decide who is smarter between you and your gadget. will be,” he said.
He reiterated to his students that gadgets are a means of helping everyone on their journey to excellence, and that they can be used in relatively good ways if they keep their equanimity.
Modi also suggested creating a “technology-free zone” so that students could spend more compassionate time with their families without being distracted by their gadgets.
Earlier, he also mentioned the problem of cheating during exams, times change, exams have to be taken at every stage, cheaters pass one or two exams, but pass a lifetime He said he could never do it.
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“Some students use their creativity to cheat on exams, but if such students use their time and creativity in a good way, they will be most successful. Don’t take shortcuts in life, focus on yourself.Those who work hard will certainly live a blessed life, a life full of color,” Modi said.
Modi further said that dedicated students would definitely get the best grades and the difference in numbers would not matter.
A 2-3 point gap between you and your colleague on exams doesn’t matter in the long run in life. Prime Minister Modi said a dedicated person would undoubtedly do his best.
In addition, he encouraged students not to underestimate their potential, saying, “In our country, the world called ‘Average’ is shining worldwide! Therefore, never underestimate your own potential. Changed, everyone has extraordinary skills, the problem is that we need to recognize them.
He then addressed his concerns over criticism, stating that there is a deep and thick line between “criticism” and “condemnation.”
“Don’t turn your attention to habitual critics…we should never lose focus. I also urge parents not to let gossiping “shape” their children.
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