Jamshedpur, April 7: With the aim to support students’ mental health and their transition back to in-person classroom learning, particularly after extended periods of school closure, Narbheram Hansraj English School organised a seminar on the occasion of World Health Day on Thursday, April 7.
These two years have affected the physical and mental health of the students and are facing problem in adjusting to offline classes.
Guest speaker for the event was educationist and philanthropist Gurpreet Kaur Bhatia.
She gave a pep talk to students on mental health to students of class 9 and 12.
Bhatia said that mental fitness is more important than physical health, and that, one can overcome stress by prioritizing tasks effectively. She gave tips on how to maintain physical, mental and social health. Her guidance was well appreciated by the students
School Principal Paramita Roy Chaudhury felicitated the guest speaker and said, “Pandemic has impacted every one over the world, especially children. Two years after the pandemic broke out, students have started coming to school so we felt it was imperative that the school takes care of the physical, mental and social health of students.”
The seminar was organized by JYOTI, G.K and Interact Club of the school. It was an interactive session in which the students raised several questions and came up with problems.