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    Published On : Wed, May 31st, 2017

    ‘Mission-Jeene Do’ Grand Rally on Sunday

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    Swayam Social Organisation and Nagpur Today are jointly organising a Grand Rally – ‘Mission-Jeene Do’ on Sunday, June 4. The grand rally is aimed at guiding students as well as parents over an array of key issues.

    HSC results were declared recently. SSC results are on the anvil. These ‘Career Turning Point’ results are awaited excitingly by student fraternity. However, during the period in between, students face unnecessary pressure exerted by parents and other media. This ‘pressure’ causes depression and anxiety among students. Talented students are unable to prove their abilities. As parents fail to understand aspirations of their wards, many of the disappointed students choose the extreme step. Keeping in mind the disturbing fact, the ‘Mission-Jeene Do’ Grand Rally is being organised jointly by Swayam Social Organisation (My Career) and Nagpur Today on Sunday, June 4. The aim of the rally is to create awareness about this social problem.

    The grand rally will start at 8 am from Samvidhan Square and proceed towards Variety Square, Jhansi Rani Square, University Library Square, Alankar Talkies Square, Ajit Bakery T-Point and culminate at Children’s Traffic Park (Dharampeth). At the venue, all the participating students will be administered an oath for bright future.

    A National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) report of 2015 published in January 2017 has revealed a very disturbing fact. In 2015, the number of student suicides in India stood at 8,934. In 2015, Maharashtra reported most student suicides of any state: 1,230 of 8,934 (14%) nationwide. The NCRB report cited failure in exams, competition stress, family problems as the main reasons for student suicides. This fact has been corroborated. The number of student suicides is increasing with every passing year.

    Marks in exams should not be the determining factor for success and failure. The ‘Mission-Jeene Do’ venture has been undertaken to spread awareness on what should be the role of parents during exam time as well as after the results, how to gauge students’ emotions and other vital aspects. Several educational and social organisations have consented to participate in this venture. Students and parents should also attend the grand rally in large number, appealed the Swayam Social Organisation President Vishal Muttemwar.

    For further information regarding the rally, the interested can contact 9049763849, 0712-2750795.

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