Parisksha Pe Charcha 2023

Ministry of Board invites parents and teachers to the sixth edition of Pariksha Pe Charcha 2023

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PPC 2023 a live conversation with Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of Class X, XII board examinations. As the board examinations for classes X and XII approach, students, parents, and teachers have begun to panic. Board exams are regarded as a critical aspect of everyone’s lives since they are thought to be the defining moment in our lives that determines our destiny. Students who will be taking board examinations begin to receive career advice from everyone, which automatically switches on the panic button. However, this unnecessary panic mode may cause issues in the lives of students or their parents.

Every year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds a dialogue with students, parents, and teachers to keep them calm, inspire them, and offer them good thoughts in order to make this time easier for them.

And therefore, the Ministry of Education (MoE) has announced the ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha (PPC) 2023 Event for students, parents and teachers this year. This will be the sixth edition of PPC in January next year conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Students in grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 may enrol their names by December 30 through the official website,

Prime Minister Narendra Modi responds to queries from students about examination stress and related topics in a live show at the annual Pariksha Pe Charcha event. The prime minister will also communicate with educators and parents to support them in assisting children to accomplish all their dreams and goals.

Ministry of Education gave invited the students, in a tweet they said, “Calling students, teachers and parents to participate in #PPC2023 and get an opportunity to interact with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.”

How to enrol for PPC 2023

  • First of all, go to the website-
  • Click on the ‘Participate’ button under the ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha 2023’ section on the home page.
  • Students can present their responses on any one of the topics provided to them.
  • Students can also submit their questions to the Prime Minister in a maximum of 500 characters.
  • Parents and teachers can also participate in online activities specially designed for them and submit their entries.