two-day workshop on mental well-being of students, titled ‘Building Scalable Systems for Student Wellbeing in Residential Programs’, concluded at the Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar (IITGN), on Tuesday. The workshop aimed to create systems in place in higher education institutions to ensure early identification of mental health issues, effective strategies and best practices to foster supportive environments prioritising mental health and emotional well-being of students. Leading experts, mental health professionals, psychologists, psychotherapists, neurologists and academicians participated in the workshop. Dr Amit Sen, director of Children First India, mentioned that 24 youth die by suicide every day and 75 per cent of all mental disorders emerge before the age of 25, an official statement issued by IITGN said.