Have you registered for Pariksha Pe Charcha 2021?
Registration for the fourth edition of the much-awaited annual event Pariksha Pe Charcha 2021 began in February this year.
This time, the programme will be held virtually. School students of class 9 to 12 can ask questions related to dealing with examination stress through MyGov platform. Selected questions will be featured in the programme. School students, teachers and parents from all across the country will be selected through an online creative writing competition designed specifically for them on MyGov platform. There are different topics assigned for students, parents and teachers in the contest.
The selected participants will be participating online from their respective state and UT headquarters and will be presented with a special PPC kit (Pariksha Pe Charcha kit). The portal for online creative writing competition will remain open till 14thMarch 2021, he added.
Click here to access the link of the portal: https://innovateindia.mygov.in/ppc-2021/
Topics for creative writing competition on MyGov
Topic 1: Exams are like festivals, celebrate them
Activity: Draw a scene depicting a festival around your favourite subject.
Topic 2: India Is Incredible, Travel and Explore
Activity: Imagine your friend visits your city for three days. What memories would you create for him or her in each of the following categories?
Places to See: (Word Limit: 500 Words)
Food to Relish: (Word Limit: 500 Words)
Experiences to remember: (Word Limit: 500 Words)
Topic 3: As One Journey Ends, Another Begins
Activity: Describe the most memorable experiences of your school life in not more than 1500 words
Topic 4: Aspire, Not to Be, but to Do
Activity: If there was no restriction on resources or opportunities, what would you do for society and why? Submit a write up in not more than 1500 words
Topic 5: Be Grateful
Activity: Write ‘Gratitude Cards’ for those whom you are grateful to in not more than 500 words
Topic: Online Education System – Its benefits and how it can be improved further.
Activity: Write an essay on the topic in about 1500 words
Topic 1: Your Words Make Your Child’s World – Encourage, As You Have Always Done
Activity: Write a story about the vision you share with your child for his or her future. Let your child write the first sentence. Then you write the next and so on. (Word Limit: 1500 Words)
Topic 2: Be Your Child’s Friend—Keep Depression Away
Activity: Write a postcard to your child and let him or her know why they are special. (Word Limit: 100 Words)