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PM’s book ‘Exam Warriors’ extract: Students can write their ‘Mann Ki Baat’ for out of syllabus questions

04, Feb 2018 By dasu

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s book ‘Exam Warriors’ was launched on Saturday by HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in New Delhi.


The book which has total 208 pages can be finished in couple of hours if the reader ignores the profile of the author which is good five pages. Book gives 25 mantras for students who are studying hard and also those who are working hard to prepare chits. Book has advice for parents, teachers, peon who would be busy preparing additional papers by putting proper stamps, school house keeping staff who are busy cleaning the brass bells placed inside schools. Essence is how to tackle exams without stress and anxiety.

Though it would be ‘acche din’ for Alarm clock, Tea, Coffee, Horlicks, Bournvita selling companies, PM Modi in the book has not ignored cable TV DTH companies, TV serial, film producers, multiplex owners for whom exam season would not be acche din.

Students often complained in the past on out of syllabus questions, printing error ones. They would be sitting last half an hour eating the butt of their pen and pencil thinking what to write for those questions, PM has advice for this also.

“You can write your Mann Ki Baat for such questions. Anyway, boards will give you grace marks for such questions. Using the blank space available, aapne kalam ka sahi istmaal karo, aur likh dalo jo bhi tumahara mann mein hain. Mein jana chahta hoon, mera desh ke youth kya sochta hai desh ke barein mein”, writes PM in the page number 101 of the book.

PM has written the best answers he will pick for his Mann Ki Baat radio program.

According to our sources, taking advantage of non-election and non-foreign trip season, PM is busy in completing two more books, how players can destress during IPL season and political leaders during election time.