Agartala: As part of the ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ being held on January 27 at Talkatora Stadium in Delhi, four Tripura students will represent the state.
To remove the fear of exams among students, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will exchange views with students across the country before board exams for classes XII and XII.
According to report, around 32,705 students from various schools in the state participated in an online creative competition in eight subjects.
Two students Sneha Das of Dakshin Nalchar Vidyalaya and Vijay Sharma, of Brilliant Star School of Gomati district, were selected for the main event in New Delhi.
Apart from them, National Arts Festival awardees Moumita Sarkar and Rhea Ganguli will also participate in PM’s Pariksha Pe Charcha in Delhi after attending the Republic Day function.
Congratulating the students selected for PM’s event, Education minister Ratan Lal Nath said this is the first time Tripura students have faced such competition to get access to PM’s program, which is innovative and highly encouraging.
Applauding the development of the education sector in Tripura, Nath said the state has already achieved several milestones under BJP’s rule.
He informed that recently the department launched a digital library for class IX and X students for 304 school libraries of the higher and higher secondary level where eminent academicians and teachers developed a curriculum and syllabus-based e-content so that students can study in audio-video mode.
Altogether 9,120 tabs have been purchased for this digital library at the cost of Rs 9.95 Cr and 30 tabs were allocated for each school.
”Teaching, and learning on the digital platform will be convenient in all those schools which do not have expert teachers,” Nath added.