CBSE's councelling service, which is made available to the students every year before board exams, is one of the most effective service from which a number of students take benefit to reduce the exam stress and maintain a calm mind.
Here, we are answering to the most frequently asked question about CBSE's councelling service, which is:
Q. How to avail the counselling service provided by the CBSE regarding the board exam issues and problems?
Ans: CBSE provides counselling to students and parents over every issue that comes as a hurdle while preparing for the board exams. CBSE uses different modes of communications like telephonic counselling, question-answer columns in newspapers, interactive voice response system (IVRS) and online counseling through CBSE website. All these services are provided free of cost to counsel the stressed out students across the geographical spread.
A toll free, 1800 11 7002, is also provided to the Indian students which can be dialled from any part of the country and will give centralized access to the CBSE helpline.
All your queries will be answered by the Principals, trained counsellors from CBSE affiliated govt. and private schools, psychologists and social scientists.
Centralized Toll Free Number
Students can dial a toll free number 1800 11 8004 from any part of the country. While the general queries will be answered by the operators, but in case of exam related anxiety or stress, students will be connected to the principals or counsellors. The tele helpline continues to be operational from 08 AM to 10 PM. The psychological counselling will focus on resolving problems related to exam stress.
CBSE experts will answer queries of students through weekly Question Answer columns to be published in major national newspapers during the month of February.
Counselling for Differently Abled Students
CBSE has also arranged a special counselling facility for differently abled students since the past eight years.
Any other information related to examinations and tips and techniques to deal with exams related stress/anxiety is also provided at the CBSE website: www.cbse.nic.in.
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