CBSE pre-exam counselling 2018: To ease the stress of the candidates appearing for the upcoming board examinations, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is providing pre-examination counselling to all students.
CBSE pre-exam counselling 2018: To ease the stress of the candidates appearing for the upcoming board examinations, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is providing pre-examination counselling to all students. According to the information mentioned on the official website, the pre-examination counselling has already started. This counselling process has been started by CBSE to help students cope with examination stress and anxiety. Along with pre-exam counselling, the board will also provide a post-exam counselling for the students to clear their thoughts and help them understand as to what they want to do in future. It is an annual psychological counselling exercise that will be provided to the students twice every year.
The CBSE annual counselling is an outreach programme which caters to the heterogeneous students’ population and vast geographical spread, according to the official website. This initiative was started by CBSE back in 1998 for the first time with Tele-counselling. The website adds, ‘CBSE is perhaps the only board in the country which provides psychological counselling to the class X and XII examinees.’
The annual psychological Tele-Counselling is offered from within CBSE affiliated schools located across the world by trained counsellors and Principals. It is a voluntary service that is provided for free of cost. Prior to the annual counselling, feedback and training sessions are conducted regularly with the purpose to enhance the counselling skills of the participants. this facility is also available for the Differently Abled Students.
CBSE counselling 2018 timing:
The psychological counselling is provided twice a year-
- Phase I- Pre Exam, February to April
- Phase II- Post Result, May to June
- Timings : 8 AM to 10 PM on all days
CBSE counselling 2018: How does this work-
Students feeling anxious or stressed about the board examination are just a number away from getting some help. All they have to do is dial a toll free number from any part of the country to get centralized access to CBSE helpline. Queries related to exam anxiety or stress will be answered by principals or counsellors, whereas general queries will be answered by the operators.
Tollfree number- 1800118004
CBSE counselling 2018: Question-Answer Columns-
CBSE experts answer queries of students through weekly Question Answer Columns published in national newspapers during the month of February.