Organisation : MHRD
Service Name : Toll-Free Helpline Number
Head Quarters : Delhi
Industry : Education
Service/ Product : Manodarpan
Website : http://manodarpan.mhrd.gov.in/
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MHRD Manodarpan Toll Free Number
MHRD Manodarpan National Toll-Free Helpline Number 844 844 0632
To monitor and promote the mental health issues and concerns of students and teachers and to facilitate providing of support to address the mental health and psychosocial aspects during conditions like COVID 19 and beyond
MHRD Manodarpan Contact
Ministry of Human Resource Development, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi.
Protect yourself and others! Follow these Do’s and Don’ts
** Practice frequent hand washing . Wash hands with soap and water or use alcohol based hand rub. Wash hands even if they are visibly clean.
** Cover your nose and mouth with handkerchief/tissue while sneezing and coughing.
** Throw used tissues into closed bins immediately after use.
** See a doctor if you feel unwell (fever, difficult breathing and cough). While visiting doctor wear a mask/cloth to cover your mouth and nose.
** If you have these signs/symptoms please call state helpline number or Ministry of Health & Family Welfare’s 24X7 helpline at 011-23978046
** Avoid participating in large gatherings.
** Have a close contact with anyone. If you’re experiencing cough and fever.
** Touch your eyes, nose and mouth.
** Spit in public.
Tips for School Students, Teachers & Families:
Quality Family time:
Spend time by playing with family on board games, antakshari, other indoor games, music and crafts.
Learning can be fun:
Creative thinking can go beyond the academic learning by participating in household chores, supporting younger siblings and parents.
Interactive Online classes:
Support teachers in participating actively in online classes which will go a long way for enriching the utility and productivity of these times.
Empower Adolescent Peer Support:
Come forth to be a peer educator/mentor by initiating and innovating online based peer support programs on life skills enrichments.
Learning with Life Skills:
Encourage children to read and exchange things they have read or learnt beyond textbooks.
Engage in Playful Activities:
Drawing/painting or story telling can help them express their feelings in a safe and supportive environment which can release emotions like fear or anxiety.
Provide Support and Attention:
Seek guidance from the school principal/counsellor or special educators about a child with special needs and contact the local medical authority, if needed.
Motivate children to write about new skills and positive stories they have developed being at home and how they are spending their time with family.