LS Speaker Urges Kota Students to Study Without Stress, Reach Out to Him

Last Update: January 02, 2023, 12:51 PM IST

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla has urged students coming to Rajasthan's Kota city to study without any tension (Photo: ANI Twitter)

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla has urged students coming to Rajasthan’s Kota city to study without any tension (Photo: ANI Twitter)

Addressing the students on New Year’s Eve, Om Birla touched upon the growing concern of parents over candidates taking their own lives after failing in various competitive exams.

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla has urged the students coming to Rajasthan’s Kota city to study without any tension and to contact him in case of any problem. Addressing students on New Year’s Eve, he also touched upon the growing concern among parents wanting to take their own lives after failing in various competitive exams.

“Students should not be depressed about their studies. Life is full of challenges and one who is determined towards his goal and works hard never fails.”

The Kota-Bundi MP also asked the students to be positive and in high spirits in 2023. He said that whenever MPs from different parts of the country come to him, they talk about the children of their states studying here and inquire about their well-being. , Birla told the students, “Every family living in Kota is your family and they will take care of you.”

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He assured them of providing phone numbers of his local office and the one in Delhi, and asked them to contact him if anything bothered them.

“I have the solution and solution to every problem and every difficulty. You just come and meet me. Examination, but to enjoy their educational pursuit.

When asked about the preference given to English as the medium of communication, he said, “Earlier all proceedings of the Parliament were conducted in English and everyone used to talk in that language. But I started speaking in Hindi and now 90 per cent people in Parliament participate in debates and discussions in Hindi.” According to the police, 15 students allegedly committed suicide in Kota in 2022.

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