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     Raipur, February 14, 2016: Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today asked the students not to feel helpless if secured lesser marks in the board examinations.

     In his monthly radio broadcast Raman Ke Goth, the Chief Minister wished the lakhs of students all the best for their examinations.

     With hard labour and concentration the students should appear in the examination. However, if they failed to get expected results they should not feel depressed or disheartened, said Singh.

     Students should take everything in sportsman spirit, he said.

     The Chief Minister also recalled his childhood memories and said during examination days his mother used to awake him early morning and after the exams family members used to ask him and others about their performances.

     Today was his sixth episode of the Raman Ke Goth, which is being broadcast every second Sunday from 10.45 AM to 11.00 AM through the All India Radio Raipur and carried by all the radio stations of the state.

     Even regional television channels beamed the programme live.

     Raman Ke Goth was started on September 13, last, which is being broadcast every second Sunday of a month.

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