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MP board launches toll free helpline to help students tackle board exam stress

This helpline would ensure effective counselling for students who might undergo mental stress before or during exams and/or before or after the result declaration.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi I |
Updated: January 20, 2022 9:43:45 am
mp board, mp board exams helplineThe service will remain active on all days (including holidays). (Representative image)

The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has issued a helpline number for students appearing for high school and higher secondary exams. Students can call on toll-free helpline number 18002330175 between 8 am to 8 pm. The service will remain active on all days (including holidays).

This helpline would ensure effective counselling for students who might undergo mental stress before or during exams and/or before or after the result declaration. Additionally, academic help would also be provided to the students by an academic panel, through this helpline. 

Students will also be informed about other important instructions regarding the exam through the helpline. Career counselling, communication of Covid-19 protocols, and information regarding dietary habits and health during exams would also be done via the helpline. 

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