Why need NILA
The school mental health program (SMHP) is a very important and integral part of the educational system worldwide. In India, the SMHP is yet to be recognized and initiated as a part of the health component in schools Need mental health support. Methods to improve the psychosocial competence and resilience of the adolescent as health promotional activities and development-oriented approach need to be included in the school syllabus and provided as much relevance as the Three Rs (reading, writing, arithmetic).
The present model of health promotion using life skills approach for adolescents in secondary schools was initiated by the authors in late 1996 but crystallized in late 2002. It is a model
which is comprehensive focusing on all developmental issues of adolescents; it uses experiential learning with peers using participatory methods thus enabling the adolescent with psychosocial skills. The model also uses the available infrastructure of the school and the teachers for implementation of the program in a continuous manner over the academic years as a co-curricular activity for maximum effect. The Model is discussed in detail elsewhere.
Statement of need
1) The overall weighted prevalence for any mental morbidity was 13.7% lifetime and 10.6% current. The table provides the weighted prevalence rates for individual disorders. ( as per WHO MH survey )
2) An estimated 150 million persons are in need of mental health interventions and care (both short term and long term) and considering the far-reaching impact of mental health (on all domains of life), in all populations (from children to elderly), in both genders, as well as in urban and rural populations, urgent actions are required. Considering the burden among children and adolescents (not included in this survey), thousands more are in need of care.
3) s. Almost three-quarters of the global burden of neuropsychiatric disorders is in countries with low and lower-middle incomes.
1) We are focusing on learning not steering; we need to provide equality to all student s with flexible output
2) SET is based on the emphasis on broad knowledge and equal value to all aspects of individual growth and learning.
3) We follow trust through professional methods means, including what is best for student san din reporting of program
4) We offer equal opportunity and through positive education
5) Happiness clinic and our positive education will enhance students to know themselves
6) Catalyst from Nila work independently and have strong autonomy towards their work as a mentor
7) Our assessment criteria are based on students’ living-learning method
8) Our content is based on the social function
9) Pur syllabus is based on competence not a competition
- Smile and happiness
- To face failure
- to reach success