GATE 2024 from February 3; IISc Bangalore shares health, wellness tips for aspirants

GATE 2024 will be held on February 3, 4, 10, and 11 in two shifts for 30 papers. IISc Bangalore released two videos on mental health and well-being.


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GATE exam 2024 will be held from February 4 in two shifts. (Image: Screengrab of IISc Bangalore Youtube video.)GATE exam 2024 will be held from February 4 in two shifts. (Image: Screengrab of IISc Bangalore Youtube video.)

Vagisha Kaushik | January 31, 2024 | 02:30 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2024 will be held on February 3, 4, 10, and 11. For the students appearing for GATE exam 2024, the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) released two Youtube videos on the importance of mental health and wellness.

The recent GATE 2024 Youtube video talks about the stress, pressure, and self-doubt faced by students while preparing for the exam and shares tips on handling the exam stress. In the previous video, IISc Bangalore talked about the wellness of students and also shared motivational quotes. “Exams are not just about competition, they’re about balancing life and studies,” it said.

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The videos shot on the IISc campus show students studying, playing, doing meditation, laughing with friends, and eating thus motivating students to create a balance between exams and life.

Through the videos, IISc Bangalore shared motivational tips for students appearing for GATE 2024. The institute asked students to reach out to family, friends, and mentors and to remember that they’re not alone in their journey. “Remember, exams are just a part of life, your well-being is a priority,” it said.

GATE 2024: Tips on mental health

IISc Bangalore also shared tips on maintaining a holistic wellness and their benefits for students which are as follows:

  • Start your day early, just as the sun rises, with a fresh mind and a hopeful heart.
  • Meditate. Find your calm amidst the chaos.
  • Nourish your body with a wholesome breakfast, it fuels your brain and spirit.
  • Stay active. Physical wellness sharpens your mind and boosts your confidence.
  • Study strategically, not endlessly. Prioritize quality over quantity.
  • Don’t hesitate to ask for help. It’s a sign of strength, not weakness.
  • Connect with friends and share stories.
  • Indulge in your passions.
  • Sleep to restore your energy and enhance memory.

“As you walk into the exam hall, remember, you have prepared not just your mind but your entire being. And when you march, victorious or not, know that you are resilient. Your well-being is your greatest asset. Reach out for support when needed. Together we’ll face exams and life’s challenges,” IISc Bangalore lastly said.

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