Helplines are always required for both students and parents before and after the Board exam Results. Well, the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) Class 12 results are out and the NGO's have come up to launch an helpline on Thursday to counsel students based on results.
The helpline is made available from 24th May and continues till 2nd of June, said an NGO representative. Also an “Hopeline 2012”, is being offered by NGO Snehi would provide free of cost confidential counselling to students who have results-related anxiety and stress. It also includes guidance on Career basis.
To contact the Helpline centre one can call 011-65978181 which is available from 10 AM to 7 PM. Contact through mail is also encouraged, students can seek mail at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Director of Shehi Abdul Mabood said “Our helpline attended 2,684 calls. Among them 1,929 calls were students pf class 10 and class 12 and the rest 755 were students from other classes.
We also attended 290 calls from parents during that time and helped them handle situational stress, he added. According to Shehi, the helpline will be manned by a team of trained counsellors and mental health professionals. A total of 52,316 students of class 10 and 12 and 7,127 parents have been helped by the helpline in the last 14 years.
So, students need not fear for the upcoming days and decisions of their future... Here are help centres specially launched for you. Well, go ahead to start you career from today.....All The Best...