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In connection with the MoU signed between SCARF and Sindhi College, a Student Wellness Club has been formed with 30 student volunteers for the activities of the club. A four-day training programme was organized for the members of Hope Advisory Board (HAB) and Student Wellness Club members. Training focused on Emotional Regulation, Social connectedness, Communication Skills, Character Strengths: Gratitude, Kindness and Hope, Mental Well-being, Psychological First-Aid and on the roles and responsibilities in the club activities. The members of the club are provided with a badge 'Youth Mental Health Advocate' that will be worn throughout the day in the campus to facilitate the students to reach these members for psychological help. As it is a student led club, office bearers for the activities of the club is coordinated by the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Vice-Secretary, Treasurer, Vice-Treasurer, Director of Communications, Vice-Director of Communications who report to the Hope Advisory Board Members that has the representatives from parents, office staff, faculty members and students.