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Pariksha Parv 4.0 observed in Thoubal

The ‘Pariksha Parv 4.0’ was organised with the objective of changing the perspective of students toward exams, by introducing positive impacts through social media and providing experts’ advice on exam stress and anxiety, said.

ByThoubal Correspondent

Updated 18 May 2022, 6:29 pm

Representational Image (PHOTO: IFP)
Representational Image (PHOTO: IFP)

Pariksha Parv 4.0’ under the theme ‘Exams are like festivals, celebrate them’ was organised by state Manipur Commission for Protection of Child Rights (MCPCR), at New Public Higher Secondary School, Khangabok, Thoubal district on Monday.

The event which was sponsored by National Commission for Protection of Child Rights was attended by MCPCR member Kh Jitendra Singh as the chief guest, Child Welfare Committee (CWC), Thoubal chairman L Romen Meitei as the president and deputy inspector of Schools, zonal education officer, Thoubal N Rajen Singh as the guest of honour.

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In his welcome speech, Kh Jitendra Singh mentioned that the National and State Commission for Protection of Child Rights are the statutory bodies under the Commissions for Protection of Child Rights (CPCR) Act, 2005. The statutory body is under the administrative control of the Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India, he added.

He recalled that the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights launched the month-long campaign ‘Pariksha Parv’ during the examination period of February and March in 2019. He added that in continuation of the campaign MCPCR organised the ‘Pariksha Parv 4.0, 2022’. The campaign has been organised with the objective of changing the perspective of students toward exams, by introducing positive impacts through social media and providing experts’ advice on exam stress and anxiety, he mentioned.

Speaking on the occasion, L Romen Meitei highlighted the issue of child rights and child marriage in Manipur.

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Motivational speaker Th Bon Bihari compared exams with festivals, and encouraged the students to celebrate exams just as one would celebrate festivals with pomp and gaiety. “Thought leads to action, repeated action becomes our habit, combinations of habits make our character and ultimately our character leads to our destiny,” he said.

Mentioning the root cause of exam stress and anxiety, he advised the students to develop an apt and smart strategy. 

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First published:18 May 2022, 6:29 pm

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Thoubal Correspondent

Thoubal Correspondent

THOUBAL district, Manipur

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