CBSE Begin Free Counselling Services from May 14: Full Details Here

CBSE Begin Free Counselling Services from May 14: Full Details Here

Last Updated May - 14 - 2024, 04:17 PM | Source : Education Times | Visitors : 11

"CBSE announces the start of its free psychological counselling services for students and parents following the release of Class X and XII results. The initiati
CBSE Begin Free Counselling Services from May 14: Full Details Here

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the results for classes X and XII today. As a result, the education board will start the second phase of its free psychological counselling services for students and their parents on May 14, 2024. The services to alleviate anxiety associated with results will be offered seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day.

This initiative, which is an annual feature of CBSE for the last 26 years, aims to counsel students and their parents to equip them with ways to effectively combat exam and result-related stress.  

The counselling programme will have a team of 65 professionals including principals, trained counsellors, special educators from CBSE-affiliated government and private schools, and psychologists who will provide tele-counseling to students and parents around the clock for a week.

The psychological counselling programme of the CBSE board is conducted in two phases. The first phase is conducted before the exams are held, whereas the second phase is conducted after the results of the board exams are announced. 

Interested students and their parents can dial the toll-free number 1800-11-8004 from anywhere in India to access CBSE’s tele-counseling helpline, providing centralised support, information, and useful tips to address result-related anxiety or stress. 

They can also visit the link at https://www.cbse.gov.in/cbsenew/prunit_temp/index.html on the CBSE website which offers further assistance and resources to stakeholders.

The board has engaged with students over the years through the use of YouTube, FaceBook and Instagram apart from sharing useful information on social media. 

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