Telangana News: Under Mental health scheme teachers also organise life skill session on how to handle exam stress, tackling anxiety and feeling like hopeless etc.
Telangana News: Friends Covid 19 plays a big role to increase mental illness in India. Now a days Heart Attack increasing day by day may be you already listened everywhere. On these days Telangana Minority Residential Schools (TMREIS) has decided to organise mental health programme in the schools and colleges of Telangana. Today in this article we explained all about Mental Health Scheme which is started by Telangana Minority Residential Schools (TMREIS).
What is Mental Health Scheme?
This Scheme Officially launched by TMREIS on new year beginning 2023. Telangana Minority Residential Schools Connect with HHF (Helping Hand Foundation) which is Hyderabad based health care NGO (Non Governmental Organization). Under this scheme they conduct a program in which they selected 250 teachers on the base of careful selection process. After this program now they all teachers will be identified signs of mental health related issues. That’s why all the 250 teachers now will be able to find students who fighting with mental problems.
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In this Mental health scheme Telangana, committee covers more than 1.3 lakh students across 200 schools and colleges of Telangana. Now this Scheme will be helpful to identify student’s mental health related issues and provide a solution to recover from it.
How it’s Works?
Under this scheme Committee put a suggestion boxes in a school and College as well as they displayed helpline number. So any student who fill mental health related problems he/she can drop a paper note in the box about their problems. After Committee will check time to time to open the suggestion box. After that they tried to understand the issue that based on HHF Training and try to solve. Students can use helpline number too to directly report any issue related their problems.
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Under Mental health Programme teachers also organise life skill session on how to handle exam stress, tackling anxiety and feeling like hopeless etc. As per the media reports Secretary of TMREIS said that this type of program no one held so far and this programme will actually help the students of Schools and colleges to recover from mental health problems.
Objective of the Programme
One of the main objective to starting TMREIS is to recover more and more students from mental health problems and also they can feel that this is not a permanent problem but it’s a soluble problem. Under this scheme more than 1 lakh 30 thousand students will be benefited.
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Benefits and Features of Mental health scheme Telangana
- This Scheme officially launched by TMREIS on the beginning of new year 2023.
- Under this scheme Approximately 1.30 lakhs students will be provided solutions of their mental health.
- This Programme will be conducted over 200 schools and colleges of Telangana state.
- Under this scheme, committee provide a helpline, suggestion boxe and to conduct a live sessions.
- This scheme will help students to overcome the mental health problems like feeling hopeless, exam related tention etc.
- This type of scheme held in Telangana first time so far. This scheme really will be helping the students.
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