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Karnataka Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar (Photo/ANI)
Karnataka Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar (Photo/ANI)

Mental health helpline started for SSLC students in Karnataka to cope with result stress

ANI | Updated: May 18, 2022 23:11 IST


Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], May 18 (ANI): For the first time in the history of Karnataka, the state has opened a mental health tele-helpline for students who are in distress as they await their Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) for Class 10 results on Wednesday.
"Success and failure are a part of life and they are like two faces of the same coin. SSLC students expecting results must not lose hope at all costs," said Karnataka Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar today.

Further, Minister Sudhakar said, "All the best to students who are awaiting results for their SSLC examinations. Whether students get the results they expected or not, they must not be disheartened as these results are not the end of the road. It is just an outcome of one's academic life. Success and failure are a part of life."
To provide mental health assistance, Dr Sudhakar instructed officials to open a tele-helpline.
Students who are feeling low, distressed, anxious, depressed or scared are encouraged to call the helpline mentioned on the official website of the government. Minister Sudhakar expressed his best wishes to all the students who attended the SSLC exams. (ANI)

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