Ganderbal: Under the G-20 University Connect, engaging young minds programme, the Health Centre, Central university of Kashmir (CUK) in collaboration with Institute of Mental Health & Neuroscience (IMHANS) organized a “One Day De-Stressing Camp” for the students and staff at Tulmulla Campus here on Monday.
Inaugurating the camp, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Farooq Ahmad Shah said, the CUK has always been a front runner in organizing the de-stressing camps for the students and the faculty. “The students are facing continuous stress during the present times and the need of the hour is to hold such programmes to de-stress them,” he said.
In his speech, Registrar Prof. M Afzal Zargar, said, the health of mind and body is a sacred gift and that physical fitness and mental well-being are conditions to be achieved and maintained. He added that the aim of the camps like these is to provide basic quality healthcare services to students and staff.
Director Tulmulla campus, Prof. Shahid Rasool hailed the CUK health centre and IMHANS for organizing the camp.
Team of doctors including Dr. Obaid (Psychiatrist), Dr.Maqsood (Cl. Psychat) , psychologists Ms Naziya, Ms Iqra, Ms Mehren, Medical Officers Dr.Sheeba Nazir and Dr. Abid Ahmad along with paramedics, Javaid Ali khan , Suhail Ahmad Rather ,Dr Samia ,Asmat Majeed and Jahangeera Parvaiz were present.
Many students and staff members were assessed, advised and counseled by the experts during the camp.