To increase awareness of mental health, doctors quiz students in the classroom.

Doctors at Fortis Memorial Research Institute have devised a new way to raise concerns about mental health in students . 900 schools from 215 cities in India participated in the Psych-ED, with the grand finale taking place in Gurgaon .

New Delhi (New York) – Doctors at a leading healthcare organization have devised a new way to raise concerns about mental health in students, namely by launching a quiz contest, whose winners were announced on Thursday.900 schools from 215 cities in India participated in the Psych-ED, with the grand finale taking place in Gurgaon.The teams went through a series of nerve-wracking quizzing until Mumbai emerged as the winner of Psych-ED 2022.They were closely followed by Christ Junior College, Bengaluru, who was the first runner-up, and Mayoor School, who were the second runner-up, according to a press release from Fortis Memorial Research Institute (FMRI).

We are engaging with the youth and fostering a new way of approaching knowledge about psychology and mental health.Mental health is a less discussed subject, and the academic community should work together to engage the younger minds, said Dr. Samir Parikh, director of FMRI.The department of mental health and behavioural sciences of Fortis Healthcare administered the quiz, while the grand finale took place at FMRI.

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