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SCERT celebrates Pariksha Pav 2.0 in Kohima

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 1/28/2020 12:37:35 PM IST

SCERT in collaboration with Nagaland State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (SCPCRs) celebrated Pariksha Pav 2.0 at SIEMAT conference hall on January 28.

According to DIPR report, chairperson SCPCRs Awan Konyak delivering her keynote address said that examinations were part of academic life and since one cannot avoid it should be a joyful experience and not a painful one for students. Konyak said that however due to factors like family pressure, anxiety, nervousness, poor self-confidence and negative thoughts create stress among students during the exam. She stated that to change the outlook and perspective of children towards making exam a joyful activity, the national commission for protection of child rights along with state commission are conducting Pariksha Pav 2.0 across the country. 

Konyak said that environment at school and home was the most important factor which contributes to the way a child reacts to examination. She therefore encouraged the parents and teachers to be appreciative and encourage the child by avoiding comparison with peers and not over reacting to failure. She also urged the teachers and parents to recognize a traumatized child and taking immediate preventive measures and also offer a non-judgmental patient hearing to someone who has suicidal tendencies.

Director SCERT, T Sekhose also delivering a short message said that training programme has been initiated by the central government in order to address issues of examination stress. He said that Pakrisha Pav 2.0 not only addresses the students but have also taken the parents onboard because parents are also a very important contributory factor in building stress in the student. He remarked that SCERT realizing the need to provide counseling to children had incorporated counseling course with an aim to place two counselors in every government schools in Nagaland. 

Resource persons for the training were senior medical officer State Mental Health Institute Dr Viketoulie, associate professor counseling cell SCERT Dr Zavise Rume and research associate counseling cell SCERT Medemmongla Jamir. 


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