Class XII topper thanks PM Modi for writing ‘Exam Warriors’, which helped him in his preparation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday decided to share a feedback he received about his book – “Exam Warriors” from class XII pass out and ISC topper Sakshi Pradyumn, wherein he described the way the book helped him in his preparation.

In the tweet he posted in the morning, the PM thanked Sakshi for his wonderful letter and expressed happiness over being able to help him prepare for his exam:

As seen in the snapshot of Saksi’s email, he received the book as a gift before his examination was about to start. After reading it, Sakshi claims that the book gave him tips to concentrate, relieve stress, increase confidence and reduce tension by looking at the lighter side of things.

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He also claimed that PM Modi’s take on issues like time management, presentation, efficiency and individuality filled him with optimism and helped him reach his peak. One of the quotes by the PM which he claims he followed is, “let us be warriors, not worriers”.

He thus claimed that with the PM’s love and wishes he managed to secure 99.5 per cent marks in his class 12 exams which included him bagging full marks in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Computer Science. He ended the email by thanking the PM for his book.

As reported by Times of India, PM Modi’s decision to share his email with the world came as a surprise to Sakshi, who claims he is feeling on top of the world. The report claimed that Sakshi managed to check PM Modi’s tweet on his father’s twitter account.

Sakshi who hails from Lucknow, wishes to become a software engineer, and is planning on going abroad for his studies.

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