nCOVID-19 Online helpline
During a major crisis such a COVID-19 the country is facing, the frontline warriors are putting in efforts 24x7 to bring this unanticipated circumstance under control. At this time, Kristu Jayanti College is extending its commitment to the welfare of the students along with the dedicated hands of the Medical Professionals and Mental Health Professionals across India.
It is true that COVID-19 has hit our life in unforeseen ways and that every day we are hearing news about this new disease. This pandemic and lockdown has impacted the wellbeing of everyone in some way or the other. Mental Health Professionals assume that it is normal to experience some stress reactions, worry and anxiety. But if anyone is experiencing extreme anxiety, panic, depression, or worsening of physical or mental health conditions, they may need to seek the help of Mental Health Professionals immediately.
In order to effectively and professionally deal with these stressful situations, a team of Mental Health Professionals of our College will be available for any student in need at this time of precaution and quarantine. Please find the attached phone numbers of teachers who will act as helpline professionals with multi-language proficiencies.
During this pandemic the Government has taken all the necessary steps to control the spread of the disease and it becomes our duty to follow all the mandates given by the authority. Let us continue to respect the regulations and the directives of the Government authorities and let us continue to practice the social distancing while engaging our time effectively for the academic progress and disciplined lifestyle.
Stay Home! Stay Safe!
Helpline Numbers for Psychological Counselling
|Name||Contact Number||Languages for Help|
|Dr. Alice Aloysius||+91 80958 87689||English, Kannada, Hindi, Malayalam|
|Dr. Rema M K||+91 97406 00952||English, Kannada, Malayalam|
|Dr. Rajalakshmi||+91 74112 96356||English, Malayalam, Hindi|
|Ms. Kavitha||+91 96860 47208||English, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu|
|Ms. Vimala M||+91 89045 75696||English, Kannada, Tamil|
|Ms. Navya Patel||+91 98865 87133||English, Kannada, Hindi, Tamil|
|Ms. Soumya Simon||+91 98452 12989||English, Hindi, Malayalam|
|Mr. Vigraanth Bapu K G||+91 99943 18980||English, Hindi, Tamil|
|Fr. Emmanuel P J||+91 88846 62025||English, Malayalam|
Government approved resources for managing Psychological Stress during COVID-19
“Lockdown to Knockdown COVID-19". - [CLICK HERE TO VIEW]
"Lockdown to Knockdown COVID-19 - additional tips" - [CLICK HERE TO VIEW]
“Tips for parents and students coping with anxiety and stress during the lockdown" - [CLICK HERE TO VIEW]
Identifying and addressing sources of anxiety and stress during the lockdown - [CLICK HERE TO VIEW]
Various health experts on how to manage mental health and well-being during the #COVID19 outbreak. - [CLICK HERE TO VIEW]
Minding our minds during the COVID-19 - [CLICK HERE TO VIEW]
Practical tips to take care of your mental health during the stay in - [CLICK HERE TO VIEW]
Coping with Stress during Pandemic [CLICK HERE TO VIEW]
MYTHS vs FACTS COVID 19 [CLICK HERE TO VIEW]
Kristu Jayanti College – Travel Advisory
The students of Kristu Jayanti College are hereby advised to avoid non-essential travel within the city of Bengaluru, or to their home town in other districts of Karnataka or other states or countries
If it is really necessary, the students may travel only to be in the custody of their parents. Do not plan for any outing or excursions
Students are advised to follow the precautionary measures and guidelines given by the Ministry of Health, Govt. of India
Students should be alert and monitor the health of family members and self, and report any symptoms whatsoever to the concerned medical authorities and get medical help at the earliest.
As research indicates, the novel corona virus can remain alive for three days on surface of body or material. Thus any unnecessary physical contact with persons or material or surfaces in public places or public transport should be avoided
If you have travelled, due to unavoidable reasons, to the states / districts / countries in which there are cases of nCOVID-19 positive cases reported, you are required to furnish a self-declaration or a medical certificate when you report to college after the vacation
Quarantine Tips by the Jayantians for the Jayantians
The world is going through a paradigm shift right now, the pandemic has developed a kind of fear, few people are still careless and walking around freely because they can’t stay indoors, don’t be one of those careless thickhead and put yours and others life in danger but instead stay at home and do some something that will keep you occupied, because sitting idle can cause mental harm.
Here are few things that few of us in Kristu Jayanti indulge in during these hardships to be productive and hope these tips will keep yourself occupied too.
1. Start a journal or blog: Most of the Mass Communication students are busy writing their blogs. Give it a try. Maybe it can be about coronavirus itself, where you’re spreading awareness or if not, it can be anything of your interest, you can pick up this task during the evening sitting in your balcony/sit out. It will help you from getting bored and having unnecessary thoughts and being productive in a way.
2. Learning new languages and online courses: Few of the Jayantians consider it as a wonderful opportunity to learn foreign languages. Applications like Duolingo have ventured into the life of Jayantians in their pursuit of learning. There are several Jayantians who have completed short term online courses by eyeing 02 credits to their marksheets. So to let’s make the best use of technology we have today, and be happy we aren’t quarantined without the internet. Download any app from the play store and learn a language or enrol yourself for a new course of your interest.
3. Meditate: Few status messages and Instagram pictures of Jayantians were truly inspiring when they quoted it as a perfect time to meditate. if you’re a morning person, this is just what you can do, sit straight and meditate, because it's proven that the best way to relax your mind is to just sit and meditate but if you’re not a morning person then just find some time in between and meditate.
4. Time to help the needy: Even a Jayantian along with his brother hit the headlines of newspapers for helping the needy in this time of difficulty in Guwahati. There are several other Jayantians who have volunteered to help the needy in different parts of the country. Lock down is not the same for everyone, there are people who are in need of food, maybe you know someone around your place of such kind, try providing them one time meal (with proper sanitation), you’re going to get a different kind of happiness.
5. Family time: A vast majority of outstation students who are part of the Kristu Jayanti family considers it as family time. Group messages and short videos of them all of us were really busy until the quarantine and did not actually have time for our family, now it’s the best time to give some time to your family, sit together and bond with each other, maybe by watching one favourite movie of each person every day and by playing indoor games and having your meal together.
There are few others who consider it as an opportunity to complete their homework, learn a few tips for workout, and there are a vast majority who attempt cooking and the unlimited sharing of food ideas and group discussions on how delicious the food they prepared are the conversation in groups chats that create a positive vibe. It's amazing to see them engaging in online challenges dressed best in traditional attire and sharing of childhood photos.
All what we need is to keep us occupied with positive thinking and make the best out of the available time. Stay happy…. Stay safe.