Fortis Healthcare launched its Exam National Helpline launched on the 15th of January 2016 to help students cope effectively with exam stress. An initiative by the Department of Mental Health and Behavioral Sciences, led by eminent psychiatrist Dr. Samir Parikh, targeted at promoting mental wellbeing of the student population of India, this helpline aims at aiding students by providing counseling services telephonically. In service seven days a week from 9am to 5pm, the helpline provides assistance with managing concerns such as managing exam stress, useful study tips, effective learning strategies and ways to improve memory. The Fortis Exam Helpline has proven itself to be a hugely successful initiative on a national platform with around hundred calls per day from across the country.
With calls mapping the length and breadth of the nation, a majority of calls have come from Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi NCR, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Karnataka, Uttaranchal, Jammu Kashmir, Uttrakhand, Gujarat and Punjab.
The student base ranges from school going children to students preparing for their final year engineering/ medical examinations. Additionally, individuals appearing for examinations for UPSE, Banking sector and B.Ed have sought assistance through the helpline. Furthermore, parents and teachers form another significant portion of the calling population, reaching out with the hope of getting assistance for a diverse assortment of concerns.
For more information, please contact:
Ajey Maharaj: +91 9871798573
Pallavi Chandra: +91 9999906645
Tanushree Roy Choudhury: +91 9999425750
Rishu Singh: +91 9958891501
Neeraj Shorya: +91 9911856010
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