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Organisation : Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government Of India
Contest Name : PPC Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020
Applicable For : Only Indian Citizens
Applicable Students : Students of Classes 9 to 12
Contest Last Date : 23rd December 2019
Website : https://innovate.mygov.in/ppc-2020/
MyGov Pariksha Pe Charcha
Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020 – Participate & get an opportunity to meet and interact with PM Narendra Modi.
Related / Similar Contest : MyGov COVID19 Solution Challenge 2020
Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020 (PPC 2020), which seeks to not only take away the stress of our young students, who will be appearing for board examinations and other entrance examinations, but will also give them an opportunity to meet Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and ask him questions that they always wanted to.
Who Can Participate?
The competition is open only for students of classes 9 to 12.
How to Participate?
You may participate in the contest by registering on the MyGov platform.
Step 1 : Visit the official website of MyGov through provided above.
Step 2 : Next, click on the “Participate as Student” button.
Step 3 : Already registered user, login with your User name and Password. New User click on “Register Now” link.
Step 4 : Participants have to write their responses on any one of the 5 themes in a maximum of 1500 characters.
Step 5 : Participants may also submit their question to Hon’ble Prime Minister in a maximum of 500 characters.
For ‘Participate through Teacher’ :
** The ‘Participate through Teacher’ may be selected by teachers to login and enable their students who don’t have an email id or mobile number for participating in PPC 2020.
** One teacher may login and enable one or more students (one at a time) by submitting the correct details and their entries.
** Upon clicking the ‘Participate through Teacher’ tab, teachers will be able to view the status of all submissions made by him/her.
1. Gratitude is Great :
Write a short writeup on the people who you think have played an important role in your academic journey so far. Also, mention what they do and why you are grateful to them.
2. Your future depends on your Aspirations :
What are the goals you have set for yourself in the future? What is it that you want to pursue as a career and why?
3. Examining Exams :
Do you think our examination system helps in evaluating the true potential of students? Share your suggestions for how an ideal examination system should be.
4. Our Duties, Your Take :
Our Constitution emphasises upon duties as much as it does on rights. While we need to be aware and alert about our rights, we should also treat our duties similarly. What are the duties that people can inculcate in their daily lives and how? Write and inspire everyone to become more dutiful citizens.
5. Balance is Beneficial :
A student’s life is not just about books and studies. It is also about extra-curricular activities, hobbies, sports and more. What are these activities that you do apart from studies? How do you maintain a balance between all of these?
** Upon successful submission of entries, all participants shall receive a digital certificate of participation that they may download.
** Selected participants will get an opportunity to attend the interaction with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The best responses will be featured in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Interactive Session with Students scheduled in New Delhi in January 2020.
Terms & Conditions
** You may participate under at least one theme.
** The language of the write-up may be in Hindi or English.
** The write-up for each theme should not exceed 1500 characters.
** Responses that are original, creative and simple will be appreciated.
** The question to Prime Minister should not exceed 500 characters.
** Selected questions to Prime Minister shall receive a physical Certificate by MHRD.
** For OTP – Students may use their / parent’s / teacher’s mobile numbers.
Last date of submission of entries is 23rd December 2019.