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February 14, 2018 Wednesday 10:09:40 AM IST

Preparing the “Exam Warriors” for the tests

National Edu News

14th February, 2018: In a first of its kind initiative, the prime minister of India, Narendra Modi, has penned a book “Exam Warriors”, ahead of national level Board Exams scheduled to start in March 2018. The idea of such a book has emerged from one of his famous “Mann ki Baat”, it is said.

“I have chosen to write on a subject that is close to my heart, and one that is fundamental to my vision for a youth-driven and youth-led tomorrow,” PM Modi is quoted as saying.

The book, supposed to help students deal with exam pressure, keeping one’s composure and even what to do after the exams are over. The book abundantly cites examples of crisis management from the life of PM Modi.

Bluekraft Digital Foundation is the technology and knowledge partner for the book.


“With his vision for ensuring their success he has put India on a path of change and we at Penguin Random House India are excited to be working together to bring his thoughts to the nation and beyond,” said Gaurav Shrinagesh, CEO of Penguin Random House India.

“PM Modi addresses core issues like overcoming exam stress, keeping one's composure during exams and even what to do after the exams are over! The tone and tenor of the work is informal and conversational. The book clearly states why it is important to prioritize knowledge over marks, and how to take responsibility for the future,” as per the official press release of Penguin Random House, India.


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