LU’s ‘Happy Thinking Lab’ to beat the blues of students’ life

Lucknow University has set up a ‘Happy Thinking Laboratory’ in its psychology department to counsel students through motivational speeches and other means.

Shobhit Kalra
Published on 7 Jan 2021 7:50 PM GMT
LU’s ‘Happy Thinking Lab’ to beat the blues of students’ life
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Lucknow University’s Happy Thinking Lab to beat the blues of students’ life
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Lucknow: To beat the blues in students’ life and ensure they stay full of positive energy and calm under stressful conditions, Lucknow University has set up a ‘Happy Thinking Laboratory’ in its psychology department. So far, over 2500 students have joined the lab through online platforms, who are being counseled through motivational speeches and other means.

Happy Thinking Labs help eliminate negative thoughts and increase the positive energy in the students. The lab uses three types of equipment that are Biofeedback, Bio-Well (used for testing energy levels in the body), and Karada scan machine based on Russian technology to measure mental and physical wellness.

Prof. Madhurima Pradhan, head of the Psychology Department, Lucknow University, said, “In the last four months, over 2500 students have joined Happy Thinking Lab through online platforms. The purpose of this lab is to provide spiritual knowledge to students in a simple and easy manner. This will infuse enthusiasm, happiness, and energy into the lives of students to identify their potential to achieve the goals of their lives. They will also learn to handle the situation positively and calmly. ”

Assuring full support for the successful operation of Happy Thinking Lab, Vice-Chancellor Prof. Alok Kumar Rai, LU, said, “This Lab will provide a steady flow of positive energy among the students. Lucknow University is also preparing to start a new course called 'Education for Happiness' to keep students away from stress and give them a sense of enjoyment. The purpose of this course is to tell children the value of the happiness that they get from family and society who seek happiness through various social media platforms. The course will also include topics related to philosophy and Bhagwad Gita.”

Shobhit Kalra

Shobhit Kalra

Writer has 10 years of experience in digital media. Presently working as Chief Sub Editor at newstrack.com. An avid reader and always willing to learn new things and techniques.

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