“You all must have seen the Pariksha Pe Charcha and the Honorable Prime Minister had said that this is the seventh edition and even after the seventh edition this question is coming and he wants to provide a better solution this time also to deal with the stress, ” Dr. Bhardwaj said.
He talked about how stress arises and how it affects students appearing for the CBSE board exams. “First of all we should try to understand where the stress is coming from. Stress comes when we are unable to fulfill our desires, when we are unable to fulfill our dreams, when we are Are unable to carry out the plans made.” Us,” he said.
Take CBSE exams stress-free with expert tips from CBSE Controller of Examinations Dr. Sanyam Bhardwaj
Explaining how students should manage stress during board exams, Dr. Bhardwaj said, “Whenever you are preparing your schedule, it should not be too ambitious, it should be as per your abilities and capabilities. Needed.” Follow that.”
He encouraged the students to believe in themselves and have confidence within themselves to achieve remarkable achievements. Dr. Bhardwaj emphasized that students must constantly move forward, completing daily tasks and progressing to the next day’s work.
“Believe in yourself you can do miracles. I am telling you that when you are in public life I will be standing in line to get your autograph. The only thing is that you start moving forward, get your work done daily Do it and move on again. And get the work done for the next day,” he said.
CBSE Controller of Examinations Said that not only the student, but the entire family needs to support the child during the examination, thereby ensuring a conducive environment for preparation.
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“So not only the student but the entire family has to accompany the child taking the exam. They also have to ensure what kind of environment is provided to the student to sit and prepare for the exam. The exam should be friendly, acceptable, so It is not a test of the student, I would say it is a test of the whole family. Sometimes it happens that the father is watching the news and the child is studying and preparing for the exam so it is always better that Fathers can read newspapers quietly instead of listening to the news loudly,” he explained.
He suggested that the entire family should cooperate in creating a festive atmosphere at home while avoiding stressful atmosphere.
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