UP Board Toppers Meeting with CM Yogi: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath (Yogi Adityanath) on Wednesday advised the toppers of the UP Board to inculcate the habit of reading newspapers. During an interaction with meritorious students in Lucknow, he said that reading newspaper regularly increases the general awareness of a person. The CM also advised the students to inculcate the habit of reading books and going to the library. It is worth noting that on Saturday last week, Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (UPMSP) had announced the results of 10th and 12th board on Saturday.
CM Yogi said, ‘Students should look beyond books and stay updated with what is happening in their country and the world. Newspapers are a better way for this. Reading newspaper should be a part of daily routine. The Chief Minister further said, ‘Editorials to newspapers are full of differing opinions about the latest developments. Different opinions and their analysis will help you to form your own point of view about a topic. This will also help you in competitive exams.
There is no substitute for hard work: CM Yogi
Chief Minister Yogi also requested the students to follow the time table. CM said, ‘Time management is very important. Early to bed and early to rise is the best mantra for a healthy mind and body. Children should also understand that there is no substitute for hard work. The Chief Minister also gave an advice to parents and teachers. He said, ‘Both the school and home environment play a major role in shaping the personality of a child’.
Special classes should be organized for weak students: CM Yogi
The CM asked the parents to listen to the discussion on PM’s exam every year and read his book Exam Warrior. He said, ‘This book will give you tips to deal with exam related challenges.’ CM asked schools to adopt innovative methods of teaching and directed to organize special classes for weak students. CM Yogi asked the schools to make the students aware of the government schemes being run by both the Center and the state for their welfare.
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