IMPHAL, September 5: Students of Jawaharlal Navodiya Vidyalaya, Khumbong got an opportunity to interact with Prime Minister Narendra Modi online today.
The interaction program was held at the National Information Centre (NIC), Manipur State Centre which is under the Department of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India.
Nickson Singh Laishram, a Class XII (Science) student of JNV told IFP that the Prime Minister treated them nicely and was very friendly.
He talked to us in an informal manner like friends do even though he is the Prime Minister exceeding all our expectations about him, he added.
Nickson also said that it was a great opportunity to have talked with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the experience has been enlightening and thought provoking.
He narrated how PM Modi replied that one has to work really hard from the grass roots to succeed replying to his question how one can become the Prime Minister, adding that the PM also told them of contesting elections only after attaining 24 years of age.
JNV Khumbong principal Ningthouja Dhiren said that Navodiya Vidyalaya Samiti, Noida selected two JNVs from the country to have an opportunity of talking with the Prime Minister. Thus JNV Khumbong got a chance to talk with the PM, he adds.
Ecstatic over having the privilege of being part of an interaction program with the PM, he said if given such opportunities in the future he will not waste it because students derived pleasure and were enlightened after receiving such an opportunity.