Developing Future Civil Service Officers: DICS and Mental Health Laws and Policies

India is expanding quickly, and students are driven to find well-paying, reputable professions in this country. One such option that aids students in reaching their objectives is civil services, provided they pass the test—the test to find applicants for several respectable and well-paying administrative positions. However, students must endure a demanding study regimen, a large syllabus, intense competition, and the expectations of their dependents to ace the exam. Students are prone to being psychologically impacted due to all of this dread and anxiety, which not only throws them off course in their work but also has a major negative influence on their health. At DICS, we recognize the importance of mental health. The blog seeks to convey to students their worth.

Policies and laws associated with mental health

  • To address the problems related to drug and mental abuse, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has created rules and regulations.
  • The rights of Indian citizens seeking mental health treatment are protected by the Mental Healthcare Act of 2017.
  • In 1991, the United Nations General Assembly developed and adopted twenty-five principles that protect and care for the rights, freedoms, and interests of individuals who have been diagnosed with mental health issues
  • Additionally, the World Health Organization has launched a program that will run from 2019 to 2020. As it relates to raising money and educating people about this important issue, the program raised awareness worldwide among the various national governments.

 

End Note

DICS is an all-encompassing support system for Indian candidates for the civil service, not merely a coaching facility. In addition to our emphasis on academic achievement, we also give our students" emotional health and well-being priority. We incorporate the significance of India"s mental health legislation and regulations into our coaching program. Our goal is to develop confident, resilient people who can successfully traverse life"s problems, in addition to successful government servants, by fostering the mental health of our aspirants. At DICS, we"re dedicated to supporting your mental health and helping you achieve your goals. Come along as we set off on a journey of learning, development, and well-being.
 

DICS Branches

Our Branches

DICS Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad

(Head Office)

Address : 506, 3rd EYE THREE (III), Opp. Induben Khakhrawala, Girish Cold Drink Cross Road, CG Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad, 380009.


Mobile : 8469231587 / 9586028957

Telephone : 079-40098991

E-mail: dics.upsc@gmail.com

Gandhinagar

Address: A-306, The Landmark, Urjanagar-1, Opp. Spicy Street, Kudasan – Por Road, Kudasan, Gandhinagar – 382421


Mobile : 9723832444 / 9723932444

E-mail: dics.gnagar@gmail.com

DICS Vadodara

Vadodara

Address: 2nd Floor, 9 Shivali Society, L&T Circle, opp. Ratri Bazar, Karelibaugh, Vadodara, 390018


Mobile : 9725692037 / 9725692054

E-mail: dics.vadodara@gmail.com

DICS Surat

Surat

Address: 403, Raj Victoria, Opp. Pal Walkway, Near Galaxy Circle, Pal, Surat-394510


Mobile : 8401031583 / 8401031587

E-mail: dics.surat@gmail.com

DICS New Delhi

New Delhi

Address: 53/1, Upper Ground floor, Near Popular juice, Old Rajinder nagar, New Delhi -60


Mobile : 9104830862 / 9104830865

E-mail: dics.newdelhi@gmail.com