Around 70 School Students from all over the country got an opportunity to interact with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the headquarters of ISRO in Bengaluru. All of them have been at the office of Space Agency to witness the landing of Chandrayaan 2 on the Moon.
A Student requested Narendra Modi to offer him tips to fulfill his dream of becoming the President of India. Then, NaMo asked the Boy why he doesn't wish to become PM which is much more powerful post in India.
PM asked a Female Student what would she say to the people back home. She replied, 'I would say that ISRO lost communication to Chandrayaan 2's Vikram Lander'.
During the chat with Students who came from Bhutan, PM asked if they had made any friends in India during their stay.
Prime Minister hasn't only interacted with students jovially but also offered them autographs and posed for pictures with all of them. He advised the Students to aim for big, divide the target into small parts and start the work to achieve those small goals.