PM asks students not to run away from difficult subjects


New Delhi, Apr 7 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday asked students not to run away from difficult subjects and also shared his own experiences of tackling toughest decisions.
"I have to learn a lot. What I do I always take up tough questions first, this was my habit since the time I was the Chief Minister of Gujarat. When I get up in the morning, I start with the toughest task. Officials, who know that I feel fresh in the morning, come to me with the most difficult works. I figure it out and tackle those challenges easily," PM said while interacting with students virtually in his 'Pariksha Pe Charcha' programme.
"After completing the tough task, I start working on easy ones," Mr Modi added.
He said everyone can not be good at every subject, but we should not run away from it.
Mr Modi asked teachers to guide students and told parents not to create fear in the minds of their children, saying it will bring in negativity for students. He added that the parents should motivate their children.
He said students have lost a year of their lives owing to COVID pandemic, but they have also learned many lessons. They have realised the real value about regular school and attending office.