Pariksha Pe Charcha 2022

The 5th edition of Pariskhas Pe Charcha the unique interactive program of Hon’ble Prime Minister with students teaches and parents will be held through virtual mode in February, 2022. In order to select participants who will be featured in Pariksha Pe Charcha programme, an online creative wiring competition is being conducted at on various topics during 28th December to 20th January 2022 for children studying in classes of 9 to 12 teachers and parents.
About 2050 winners will also receive a certificate signed by Director NCERT and a special PPC Kit comprising of Exam Warriors book in Hindi or English, written by Hon’ble Prime Minister.
The competitions are the mode through which students’ parents and teachers are invited to frame their questions to be addressed to the Hon’ble Prime Minister Selected questions shortlisted by NCERT, may feature in the programme. The participants who asked questions in the previous editions of Pariksha Pe Charcha are invited by media channels to appear in their programmes. In the same lines this year’s chosen few may get an opportunity to interact with media.
In this context, schools will arrange the following:
a. Use social media handles and #PPC 2022 to disseminate the event along with their own preparations for the event. You could make your own posters/creatives/videos, etc. and post accordingly. The selected creative/videos from among these shall also be exhibited on the MyGov platform. Display the attached banners of Pariksha Pe Charcha 2022 on prominent places in your school and also during online classes by the teachers.
b. Students will be selected in States/UTs for receiving special PPC Kits. States have been requested to issue instructions to SCERT or equivalent organization in the States/UTs to carry out the selection process subject to allocated quota in coordination with NCERT. 
c. You may propagate and promote this significant initiative towards reducing exam stress among students, teachers and parents.
d. Ensure that the information about Pariskha Pe Charcha is shared with all students, teachers and parents.
e. Ensure maximum registration of students from Classes IX – XII, teachers and parents in the online creative writing competition being conducted at from December 28,2021 to January 20, 2022 to avail of the chance of being selected for this event.
Themes For Pariksha Pe Charcha Contest 2022

Themes For Students

1. Exam stress management strategies during COVID-19:
Creative strategies adopted by you as a student to manage pandemic stress and forthcoming exam stress.
2. Azadi Ka Amrit Mahostav:
Do you know about the history of the village/town/city where you live? Write about your village, town, or city, and share about an unknown facet of the freedom struggle there.
3. Self-reliant School for Self-reliant India:
What does self-reliance mean to you? Share your ideas on making you and your teachers “Aatmanirbhar” in-terms of teaching and learning when the schools are not fully functional due to COVID-19.
4. Clean India, Green India:
Your ideas on how to strengthen India’s fight against climate change.
5. Digital Collaboration in Classrooms:
How your teacher made your online class joyful, interesting and effective during the pandemic. Your views on how quality of online classes can be improved.
6. Environmental conservation and climate change resilience:
Activities undertaken by you as a student during pandemic period for Environmental conservation and climate change.
Themes For Teachers
1. National Education Policy (NEP) for Naya Bharat:
How provisions of National Education Policy will empower student’s lives in particular and society in general, and pave way for “Naya Bharat”.
2. The COVID-19 Pandemic: opportunities & challenges:
The improvisations/strategies adopted in teaching-learning during the pandemic and creative solutions adopted by teachers during the pandemic.
Themes For Parents
3. Beti Padhao, Desh Badhao:
As the country is celebrating seven years of successful implementation of Honorable Prime Minister’s call of “Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao” write a creative note on how it has helped in National development.
4. Local to Global - Vocal for Local:
What would you do to make India to go ‘local to global’ while ensuring you are ‘vocal for local’.
5. Lifelong Students’ Yearning for Learning:
Write about any new technology that you learnt from your children during COVID-19 pandemic.

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