The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE, recognises the stress experienced by both students and parents after board exams. To address result-related anxiety, they have launched a free, week-long tele-counselling service. Available 24x7 until May 21st, this service can be accessed via a toll-free number listed on the CBSE website. This yearly programme has been on for 26 years and links those in need with 65 professionals. Within this exhaustive team are principals, counsellors, special educators and psychologists. Offering student and parent tools to manage exam stress and navigate the results healthily is the goal of CBSE through round-the-clock support. Aarul Malviya, Founder of Zamit, commends the move by CBSE. He says. "As students and parents navigate the often stressful period of exam results, it is commendable on CBSE Board's part to take proactive steps to address result-related anxiety through free counselling services.

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