Helpline for Free Stress Management Launched: A helpline where students may discuss their stress and other difficulties have been introduced by PeakMind, a digital wellness platform for students. Users will be able to speak with an expert on the helpline in a non – judgmental setting. According to PeakMind’s press release, the service is available to parents as well because they frequently experience similar levels of stress as students, particularly during exam periods. This allows parents to maintain their positive outlook and learn how to support their children in a more effective way.
Users simply need to WhatsApp message or send “COMPETE 2022” to the numbers +918045687786 or 08045687786 to access the service. Once the users have given their basic information, they are ready to proceed. Up to the end of July 2022, the service is free for students taking the 2022 admission exams.
The launch takes place as part of the COMPETE programme. The program’s goal is to improve aspirants’ performance by assisting them in building their mental fortitude, performance abilities, and the ability to control their stress and anxiety during one of their most challenging trips. PeakMind stated that because student stress levels are at an all-time high during test season, it is essential to teach them quick coping mechanisms to prevent performance problems.
The CEO of PeakMind, Neeraj Kumar, commented on the debut of the helpline, saying, “Passing these competitive exams continues to be one of the biggest family & social goals in India. I grew up in a tiny town, and I can still clearly recall how everyone there rejoiced over my admission to the IIT, but I can also clearly recall the great disappointment and heartbreak of some of my intelligent classmates who were unsuccessful. Students invested many years of effort, passion, fervour, and emotions in this race with high expectations. One of the main goals of the competition is to support each student in bringing out their best and shining through this process in preparation for a huge life ahead, even though the final decision is ultimately determined on rank. Hope shouldn’t lose, but merit should.