Helpline launched by CBSE for students and Parents

CBSE board examination are starting almost within a month, thus the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be helping the students and parents by providing psychological counselling from February 9.

The service has been provided by CBSE for the last 19 years and this year will be the 20th year when this service will be provided. Every year the helpline numbers are flooded with calls both by parents and students.

The helpline will be available from 9th February onwards and will continue till April 29. Circular relating to the launch of the helpline has been sent by CBSE to all schools.

The board has asked the schools to inform the students and parents about the dates and the helpline numbers so that they can make full use of the same.

This year, 90 principals, trained counsellors from CBSE-affiliated government and private schools, a few psychologists and special educators will participate in tele-counselling to address exam-related issues of students and parents.

 

The students and parents are requested to dial toll free number 1800 11 8004.

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