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CBSE asks schools to urge students to download PM’s mobile app

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New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has asked schools to urge students, teachers and parents to download the ‘Narendra Modi mobile app’ so that they can share their experiences with the Prime Minister.

The CBSE issued a notification after Prime Minister Modi in his ‘Mann ki Baat’ urged students to face examinations with confidence and optimism while seeking their response through the Narendra Modi app.

The CBSE in its notification has invited students, teachers and parents to give a feedback on their own experiences about examinations on the app.

Invoking eminent personalities like JK Rowling and Thomas Edison, Prime Minister Modi in his 17th edition of Mann ki Baat gave a message of encouragement to the students who are set to appear for the upcoming board exams, saying that they need to hone ‘discipline’ as it was bound to help them focus in their studies and therefore have great results.

The Prime Minister also played a special message by Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar and Chess maestro Vishwanathan Anand for the students preparing for the exams.

(ANI)

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