Pariksha Pe Charcha: PM Narendra Modi to Hold Talks with Students, Registration Begins on 28 December
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Today, on 26th December, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosted his exclusive show ‘Mann Ki Baat.’ In his address to the nation, PM Modi announced that he will conduct Pariksha Pe Charcha to interact with students for their upcoming board examination 2022. Since 2018, PM Modi suggests his valuable tips to students across the country through this show on a range of topics related to exams. Students from classes 9 to 12 and their teachers and parents are invited to take part in this interactive programme. 

The official Tweeter handle of Mann Ki Baat confirmed that Pariksha Pe Charcha will be conducted early next year. The registration for the same will commence from 28th December on the official website- The participants can register themselves till 20th January 2022. PM Modi also announced that online competitions will also take place for classes 9 to 12. The parents and teachers can also participate in the competition. The winners will get an exclusively designed certificate of appreciation and a chance to directly interact with PM Modi in the virtual event. A special Pariksha Pe Charcha kit will also be given to the winners. 

PM Modi said, “Friends, every year I discuss such topics with the students on examinations. This year also I am planning to discuss with the students before the exams.” He also added that everyone should share the book that they have read. Through this initiative, others would be able to make their reading list for 2022. 

Pariksha Pe Charcha 2022: Steps to Register

All the interested students, parents, and teachers can register themselves for this event by following the simple steps given below. 

  • Visit the official website at
  • On the homepage, click on the tab named Participate Now. 
  • Register by providing basic details and choose a theme for the competition.
  • Write a brief question to the PM in 500 words. 
  • Submit the application form.