To ensure overall wellness and create awareness among officers, officials of Registry, advocates, and litigants, the Supreme Court has released a press note. This will help them to cope with strain, fear, and anxieties which are caused due to pandemic. In these times people are getting aware of mental health.
"MIND MATTERS" is the workshop that has been organized by the Director, Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences, Delhi. It is will be conducted on 15th September 2020 at 3.30p.m, C Block additional Building Complex in the Multipurpose Hall. The uncertainty triggered by the ongoing unprecedented situation has been recognized by the Chief Justice of India and has visualized a common response to manage the stress, fear, and anxiety.
The Supreme Court administration has been ensuring the physical safety of all concerned by focusing on the physical aspect but the studies have indicated long-term psychological distress of the pandemic was mentioned in the press note.
In the press note, it was mentioned that in these stressful times the leaders in the administration should come upfront and should ensure the overall wellness of the subordinates by keeping themselves mentally strong. This workshop will help to create awareness among the stakeholders ie officers and officials of the Registry, advocates, and litigants from the mental strain which is induced by the pandemic.
All the officers of the ranks will be joining the workshop. After the experience from this workshop for other staff members and stakeholders, the interactive programs will be arranged in the future. Mental wellness Helpdesk & telecommunication is in the contemplation for the future in the Supreme Court of India was indicated in the press note. This press note was released by the Public Relations Office of the Supreme Court of India. The date on which this press note was issued was 14th September 2020