The Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) of the University of Delhi taught creative writing skills to develop the skills of girl candidates. For this, an online creative writing workshop was organized by NCWEB in Hindi-English medium. Which ended on Saturday evening. In this workshop, three girls were given prizes for both Hindi and English medium and two girls were given incentive prizes.
The event was held on the online zoom platform. Prof KG Suresh, Vice-Chancellor of Makhan Lal Chaturvedi University was present in the program as the chief guest. Noted writer and social activist, special guest Naina Sahasrabuddhe, Dean Student Welfare, and NCWEB Chairman Prof. Rajeev Gupta, and Director of NCWEB Dr. Geeta Bhatt were also present.
On this occasion, Prof KG Suresh stated that one should always be studious. At the same time, Prof Suresh said to understand the culture, civilization, and human psychology of the country, it is necessary to talk and travel with more and more people. NCWEB Deputy Director Dr. Umashankar said that creativity never ends, this workshop will encourage all of us by becoming a source of inspiration.
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A tele counseling system is organized by DU vital after the covid-19 horrors:
Delhi University administration has gone to the stretch of establishing several tele counseling helplines for students. Thus, it will help the DU students fight with all the stress and trauma resulting from covid-19. Also, students holding queries regarding DU exams or the new admission process 2021 will be attended by the tele counseling helplines. Hence, they are just one call away.
The whole 2nd wave of the pandemic has almost torn every household into pieces. Thus, the DU authority understands how tough it has become for youngsters with all these losses and grief. Often youngsters encounter anxiety, depression, and trauma after enduring such hardships. So, they innovated the idea of introducing tele counseling helplines. Students can now clear their doubts regarding exams, admissions, the future course of action, covid-19 trauma, and more.
Five colleges namely – Maitreyi College, Gargi College, Miranda House, Janki Devi Memorial College, and University College of Medical Sciences have volunteered. So, they will assist youngsters by providing mental support during harsh times. The colleges together have come up with 28 helpline numbers along with the Department of Clinical Psychology at the Institute of Human behavior and allied Sciences. Also, the helpline number of many faculty members is provided by colleges for help.