02-26-2015, 06:29 PM
PM Narendra Modi share "Mann Ki Baat" Meeting with students exam tomorrow. He had earlier this month invited students, teachers and parents to share their experiences related to examination by his monthly radio program.
"I was thinking more of the radio and I thought, why not share 'Mann Ki Baat' with students preparing for Board examinations," said Modi, the experiences you want to inspire young people and motivate them even during the preparations for the exam. As always, we plan to share some thoughts and contributions to the general public during the program. CBSE exams begin on 02 March. Also on January 27, Modi jointly addressed his monthly radio program with US President Barack Obama.
The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, is expected to address the nation twice each month on All India Radio. Having started officially on 3 October 2014 the program aims to convey the voice of the Prime Minister of the general masses of India. Since television connections are not available everywhere in India, particularly in rural and less developed regions, radio was chosen to be the means for the program, because of its broader scope. It is estimated that 90% of the total Indian population on the environment. Additionally, several private FM radio stations in the metropolitan cities of India are also authorized to issue a recording of the show, which is getting popularity unbeatable.