State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) in collaboration with State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (SCPCR) celebrated “Pariksha Parv” 4.0 in the SIEMAT conference Hall, here on Friday.
In his keynote address on “Joy of Examination”, professor, counselling cell SCERT, Dr. Zavise Rume spoke on the celebration of Pariksha Parv which was to sensitise and create awareness not only for the students but also for the teachers with regard to stress.
He said teachers had a huge responsibility in moulding the outlook and future of the children.
Dr. Zavise also said that parents and teachers should create an environment where learning was a welcome activity.
State Commission for Protection of Child Rights secretary and joint secretary Social Welfare, Mhathung Tsanglao informed that after introduction of examination, children have become more stressful.
He said that over the years, the stress and pressure along with anxiety was noticeable, therefore, he said it has also become difficult to listen and understand the younger generation.
With an aim to change the outlook of children towards exam stress and help them overcome their anxiety, Tsanglao said “Pariksha Parv” 4.0 was celebrated.
He explained that this was also a platform for parents and teachers to share their thoughts and get important tips from experts as sharing thoughts would help mitigate stress and anxiety of students to a great extent.
Counselling cell, SCERT, research associate, Medemmongla Jamir chaired the programme while diploma in school counselling trainee, SCERT Jenny Kath welcomed the guests.