Guwahati-based Dr. Anamika Ray Memorial Trust (ARMT) released ‘Motivation’ for the students to deal with the COVID19 crisis.

‘Motivation’ is a multimedia interactive document, which was formally released by the Trust’s chairperson, Prof. M.C. Sarma on the official website of ARMT on Saturday.

Later, the document is shared by the Trust on social media platforms as a motivational gift to students on the occasion of Teachers’ Day.

“This document will act as a guiding light for many students of higher education who are being caught into the clutch of mental war during this lockdown period,” said Rajat Baran Mahanta, the vice chairperson of ARMT.

“It will help eradicate all noises within one’s mind risen out of the loneliness and accompany them till they stabilize for the future course of action,” Mahanta said.

“It is prepared as an outcome targeted document that will enable the students to dream big despite the livelihoods remain standstill due to the massive outbreak of Covid-19 virus across the world,” added Mahanta, who is also a former joint secretary to the Assam government.

At a time when thousands of students are falling victim to depressions across the globe for witnessing their academic chores so badly affected by Covid-19, MOTIVATION comes as a handy book to re-energize their minds and channelize them towards positivity.

A total of 2.60 crore students study in different colleges, followed by 70 lakh students in universities and 20 lakh in the standalone institutions in India.

“The basic objective of preparing this document is to stimulate more than three crore students of higher education of the country about different prospects of activities even after the confinement of spaces due to the COVID-19 pandemic”, said Dr. Ankuran Dutta, managing trustee of ARMT.

Dutta added, “This brief, but comprehensive document with 10 important concepts will enable human resources to foresee the new way of life that depends upon the mental strength rather than the physical one. It will motivate them to be academically and mentally healthy”.

The document has been highly shared and forwarded to students’ groups of different colleges and universities since it is publicly made available on ARMT’s website

“We have also uploaded the document on our University website as it will help students to remain motivated in these difficult times,” said Prof. Birinchi Kumar Das, Vice Chancellor of Bhattadev University.

During the last six months of the Covid19 crisis, the Trust prepared and produced the most circulated ‘COVID Katha’, a mass awareness multimedia interactive document on Covid19 with the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India.

It also successfully launched the first of its kind campaign across the globe against the fake news on Covid-19 – #CheckTheFake on Covid-19.

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