"He used say "you worship 33 crore gods and goddesses, those 33 crore gods and goddesses will shower blessings upon you, but if you are not confident in yourself then even they will not be able to do anything for you", he said.
Modi also said that by chasing after marks we sometimes can not acquire the things that we actually want to and hone the knowledge that is required.
Earlier, Minister Prakash Javadekar also came to the front and said, like PM Modi's mantra for the country is "Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas", in education it is "Sabko Shiksha, Acchi Shiksha".
According to News 18, he also later added that parents shouldn't make the achievements of their child a matter of social prestige.
On pressure from parents on students, Modi said despite everything one should not mistrust the intentions of the parents.
From the beginning of the event starts Modi asked the students to consider him as a friend, not as a Prime Minister. Students also asked questions through various television news channels, the Narendra Modi Mobile App, and the MyGov platform.
Mr. Modi was answering questions at an interaction with the students in a special programme "Pariksha pe charcha" (discussion on examinations). University Grants Commission's (UGC) has issued a directive asking all states to arrange for students in educational institutions to hear Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech. The PM, who took the question with a smile on his face, sportingly said that given his smart way of questioning, Girish should take up journalism as his career.
This is not the first time the prime minister has addressed school students live.
However, he said that Yoga is a wonderful way to improve it.
"Arunachal Pradesh is one such place in Northeast India where people understand and talk in Hindi", Modi said. But his visit has not borne any fruit and instead disappointed every Arunachalee, said Tuki. Students in most of the other grades write their annual examinations prior to these dates. You can give me marks out of 10 later.
One student asked, "I suppose we will both be facing our exams next year".