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CBSE Announces Free 24/7 Tele-counseling for Students & Parents After Result Release (May 14th Onwards)

The wait is over, CBSE results are finally here! But for many students, that can mean a wave of anxiety and stress. Whether you’re happy with your scores or feeling disappointed, CBSE understands the emotional rollercoaster that comes with exam results.

That’s why, for the 26th year in a row, CBSE is offering free psychological counseling services to students and parents! This year, the counseling goes above and beyond, providing 24/7 tele-counseling for a whole week starting May 14th, 2024.

Here’s how you can access this helpful service:

  • Call the toll-free number: Dial 1800-11-8004 from anywhere in India. A team of trained professionals, including principals, counselors, special educators, and psychologists, will be available to answer your call and offer support.
  • Visit the CBSE website: Head over to the ‘Counselling’ link on the CBSE website ( for additional resources and information. This page might have specific tips to manage exam stress or deal with disappointment.

Why Consider Counseling?

Talking to a professional counselor can be incredibly helpful in managing exam-related stress and anxiety. They can provide you with:

  • Coping strategies: Learn practical techniques to deal with stress and negative emotions.
  • Support and guidance: A listening ear and someone who understands what you’re going through.
  • Problem-solving skills: Develop healthy ways to navigate setbacks and challenges.

Remember, you’re not alone! Many students experience anxiety around exam results. Don’t hesitate to reach out and take advantage of this free and confidential service offered by CBSE.

Here are some additional tips for managing exam stress:

  • Talk to a trusted adult: Share your feelings with a parent, teacher, counselor, or friend. Talking can be a great way to release pressure and gain perspective.
  • Practice relaxation techniques: Techniques like deep breathing, meditation, or yoga can help calm your mind and body.
  • Focus on self-care: Get enough sleep, eat healthy meals, and exercise regularly. Taking care of yourself physically can improve your emotional well-being.
  • Maintain a positive attitude: Celebrate your achievements and focus on the future. Remember, there are many paths to success!

By utilizing the free counseling services and taking care of yourself, you can navigate this stressful period and move forward with confidence.

Click Here to Download the Official Press Release From CBSE
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