According to the Publisher,”‘Exam Warriors’ is said to be a handy guide for students in India and across the world. Book seeks to add to the debate and discourse around the importance of stress-free examinations and the need to pursue knowledge over marks”.
Ahead of this year’s school board exams comes a self-help book that could guide students on how to cope with stress, and it’s written by none other than our Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arguably has the most stressful job in the country.
Students needn’t worry though about getting yet another lecture on burning the midnight oil. The publishers promise the book is “non-preachy, practical and thought-provoking”.
Book titled as, ‘Exam Warriors’, by newbie author PM Narendra Modi, released today. It’s currently in English, but will be published in multiple languages.
Idea for the book is believed to have come from Modi himself. He apparently decided to write the book after perceiving a good response to his monthly ‘Mann ki Baat’ addresses.
It was in a ‘Mann ki Baat’ that the PM addressed the country’s ‘Exam Warriors’, first in 2015, and then again in 2016 and 2017.
Publisher Penguin further added that,”Book is interactive, with illustrations, activities and yoga exercises, and “intended to be a friend to youths not only in acing exams but also in facing life. A series of asanas and breathing exercises are also included for students to overcome stress”.