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Union minister launches “Bharosa” helpline for counselling Odisha students

HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal took to Twitter to report the dispatch of another helpline number which will help students in Odisha adapt to the pressure and uneasiness of the coronavirus lockdown across the country lockdown. This helpline has been propelled by the HRD minister today, as a team with the University Grants Council (UGC). The Minister communicated his joy on the dispatch of this helpline by means of a short video message on Twitter.

Introducing the helpline “Bharosa” through a video gathering, Pokhriyal commended the activity as it targets giving mental and psychological help to the understudies of the organization.

The helpline has been propelled and about 400 calls have been gotten by the designated team in the pilot stage, as indicated by the vice-chancellor of the Central University of Odisha. He likewise said that the key component of the helpline is to assist understudies with managing the psychological worry of this lockdown.

As a result of the nationwide lockdown, every single educational organization have been closed down till further notification. The rehashed expansion of the lockdown has prompted a great deal of vulnerability for understudies concerning the up and coming scholarly meeting 2020-21.