Prime Minister Narendra Modi has tweeted that his next "Mann ki Baat" radio show will be on school and competitive exams. Days after his joint radio address with US President Barack Obama, PM Modi has once again invited feedback from the public.
"Was thinking about this month's radio prog & thought...why not share 'Mann Ki Baat' with students preparing for board & competitive exams," PM Modi tweeted.
"I urge students, parents & teachers to share exam experiences that would inspire youngsters & even motivate them in exam preparation," he said in another tweet, promising to share "some of your thoughts, inputs & anecdotes" during the programme.
He has invited people to post their inputs on his government's interactive forum.
Like always, I will share some of your thoughts, inputs & anecdotes during the programme. Do share them here. http://t.co/hxxnlOQPzNNarendra Modi (@narendramodi) February 9, 2015
Mr Modi uses his radio address, "Mann ki Baat" (from the heart) at least once a month to talk to the millions who live in rural India and don't have access to television.
Both leaders took up some questions during the programme, with the Prime Minister doubling up as the coordinator.
In the past, the PM has used Mann Ki Baat to promote a massive nationwide cleanliness drive, promise action against tax evasion, and raise awareness of drug abuse.