PM Narendra Modi’s Pariksha Pe Charcha 2022 registration will end tomorrow, 27 January. The Honorable Prime Minister will interact with students, teachers, and parents to address exam-related issues.
All the stakeholders can register only by tomorrow. The website on which they can register is mygov.in. Thereafter, they get an opportunity to interact with PM Modi. However, no announcement for the date and time of PPC 2022.
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OVER 11.33 LAKH STUDENTS REGISTERED
Further, over 11.33 lakh students have registered for Pariksha Pe Charcha this year. Whereas more than 2.55 lakh teachers applied for PPC 2022. On the other hand, last year PPC was conducted on 7 April 2021.
STEPS TO REGISTER FOR PARIKSHA PE CHARCHA 2022
- Head to the government official website i.e., mygov.in
- On the homepage, click on the section that reads “What’s New”.
- Click on the image that reads ” Pariksha Pe Charcha 2022″.
- Now, click on the link of registration, which reads “Register Now”.
- Fill in all the details and click “Submit”.
- Also, don’t forget to save the registration form for future use.
PARIKSHA PE CHARCHA 2022: THEMES FOR STUDENTS
Following are the themes for students for this year’s PPC:
- Exam Stress Management Strategies during Covid-19.
- Self-reliant School for Self-reliant India.
- Clean India, Green India.
- Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.
- Digital Collaboration in Classrooms.
- Environmental Conservation and Climate Change Resilience.
PPC 2022: GUIDELINES
According to the guidelines, students of classes 9th to 12th are allowed to participate. Moreover, each student takes part in only one specific theme. Further, participants will get disqualified, in case any false information is submitted or represented.
Additionally, the entry should not consist of any provocative or inappropriate content. To clarify, the responsibility for corrupt entry and liability for the publication of unlawful content will lie entirely on the candidate.