6th July 2022 - 5:50pm IST
Wellbeing, as a positive outcome, is meaningful for youth and it results from holistic approaches towards social, physical, physiological, psychological, and mental aspects. Higher educational institutions can play a great role in developing the wellbeing among young adults. Wellbeing is increasingly conceptualized at institutional level in a collective form by the educational ecosystem. It can help the students in achieving personal and social goals as the wellbeing and learning outcomes have strong linkages. Teaching and learning systems, collaborations can be used as a measure to aware, create interest, and take action in this regard.
How important is wellbeing/holistic development in academia?
“What Can Higher Education Institutions do for Society’s wellbeing?”
DISCUSSION POINTS BY THE PANELLISTS:
1. In what ways universities can actively participate in development of a well-being society?
2. What initiatives universities can take to improve social relationship and sustainable living?
3. What are the challenges that affect the mental health and well-being of higher education students?
4. How can HEIs enable the students to handle psychological problems such as depression, anxiety and stress?
5. How HEIs can address the work-life balance, job satisfaction, turn-over issues, happiness and personality development inside the academia setting?
PROF. LALITH EDIRISINGHEDean -Faculty of Management & Social Sciences and Head - CINEC Society Linkage Cell
DR. ENAKSHI SENGUPTADirector - Center for Teaching and Learning and Business Faculty
DR. SURESH KRISHNAMMBBS, MD - Senior Physician Internal Medicine
MARIAN DE LA MORENA TABOADADirectora del Centro de Bienestar BeWell Center UCJC