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Children Seek Guidance From PM On Mental Health Challenges They Face

The children asked him various questions about the challenges they face and sought his guidance on a variety of topics

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday interacted with Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar (PMRBP) awardees, where children discussed a wide range of topics including mental health, research and innovation, spirituality, among others.

The children asked him various questions about the challenges they face and sought his guidance on a variety of topics.

The prime minister suggested the awardees to start by solving small problems, gradually build capacity, enhance capability and develop confidence to solve bigger problems as they go ahead in life. Discussing the issue of mental health and problems faced by children, he talked about tackling stigma around the issue and the important role of family in tackling such issues.

Several other topics were also taken up by PM during the interaction, including the benefits of playing chess, taking up art and culture as a career, research and innovation, spirituality, among others.


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