Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday met 53 students from Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) excursion groups from Sikkim and Ladakh.
Interacting informally with the Prime Minister, they shared their vision of a prosperous, corruption-free India. The Prime Minister exhorted them to work towards achieving this vision. He also urged students to keep fit, in order to be more productive. In this context, the same significance of Yoga was also discussed.
PM Modi stressed the importance of learning, and said there should be a natural inclination to be a learner at all times.
The students mentioned the book “Exam Warriors”, written by the Prime Minister, who exhorted them to live their life without undue stress and pressure.
The visiting students showed keen interest in Digital India. Cashless transactions also came up for discussion. The Prime Minister explained how Direct Benefit Transfers are benefiting the common people.
The ITBP has been organising these excursion tours from the schools of the bordering states and taking school children visiting different parts of India.