Education Minister Shri Bhupendrasinh Chudasama opens Covid Kiran Helpline Beautiful effort of Education Department for solving physical and mental problems of students.
GANDHINAGAR: The state government has taken the lead in working in various fields to find practical solutions to the economic, business, and social problems that have arisen all over the world, the country, and the state due to Korona Kovid-19.
The Department of Education has also organized online lectures on various skills, employability skills, and functional English for the youth of the state under the Finishing School and to date, more than 20,000 students have benefited from it. In addition, the Department of Education has started the Corridor Kiran Helpline with the noble intention of getting psychological guidance from experts if the youth of the entire state is facing social and mental problems, especially due to Korona Kovid-12. Which was unveiled by Education Minister Shri Bhupendrasinh Chudasama today?
Seek a doctor through this helpline. Parthiv Mehta and d. Hansal Bhachech will solve the physical or mental problems of parents or students. Education Minister Shri Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that many problems have been created due to Corona Covid-19. I hope that small and big problems of students will be solved Is th. Especially in the current situation, not to panic, to be careful, such a message will naturally provide great mental warmth to parents and students when it is received by parents or students by experts
Covid Kiran Helpline
Explaining the role of Kovid Kiran Helpline, Mrs. Anju Sharma, Principal Secretary, Department of Education, said that the Department of Education has started Kovidkiran Helpline to provide guidance to the students on emotional, social or psychological issues in the hall situation. Social, mental health problems will also be solved. The youth of the state can be reached through this helpline. Parthiv Mehta and Rdo. Hansal Bhachech was guided by a video conference. The video conferencing was also attended by the Chancellors of the state government-owned universities.