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CBSE to introduce psychological counseling ahead of 2024 board exams

CBSE to introduce psychological counseling ahead of 2024 board exams

CBSE to introduce psychological counseling ahead of 2024 board exams

To support students and parents ahead of the upcoming exams, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the launch of psychological counseling services from January 1, 2024. This initiative aims to provide comprehensive support tailored to the exam.

Schedule already announced for the practical and theoretical work planned between January 1st and 15th.

CBSE provides comprehensive psychological support, emphasized its commitment to the psychological well-being of students and stated.

“CBSE is probably the only board in the country to provide psychological counseling to students and parents on such a comprehensive and continuous scale for the last 26 years.” in an innovative way.”

The Board highlighted the different options for support and identified three main forms of psychological counseling: IVRS, podcasts and telecounseling.

IVRS (Interactive Voice Response System): CBSE will operate a free IVRS facility available 24×7 at 1800-11-8004.

 

CBSE to introduce psychological counseling ahead of 2024 board exams

 

CBSE to introduce psychological counseling ahead of 2024 board exams
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CBSE to introduce psychological counseling ahead of 2024 board exams

This service provides stress-free exam preparation guidance, effective time and stress management strategies, frequently asked questions (FAQs) and relevant contact details of CBSE offices, available in Hindi and English.

Telephone advice

This free, voluntary service is available Monday to Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. A team comprising 65 school principals, trained counselors, special education teachers from CBSE-affiliated public and private schools and several psychologists will provide advice on stress-free testing strategies.

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Notably, 52 professionals are from India, while 13 consultants are from countries such as Kuwait, Nepal, Japan, Doha-Qatar, Oman (Muscat) and the United Arab Emirates (Dubai, Sharjah, Ras-al-Khaimah).

The CBSE has also started the practical exams for classes 10 and 12 from today and has requested both students and parents to check the accurate reflection of their fields of study in the list of candidates submitted by respective schools.

In addition, schools are required to ensure the preparation of laboratories and the selection of internal examiners in accordance with the guidelines provided.

By implementing these meticulous preparation and counseling services, CBSE aims to provide comprehensive support to students and parents, thereby facilitating a smoother and stress-free examination process.

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