Jalandhar: A workshop was organized by the DIPS group for preparatory class teachers, during which the DIPS educational advisor, Monika Mehta, discussed with them the multilateral development of pupils and the challenges of the future. She said that the child’s mind is like clay, like a clean mirror on which whatever is printed or written will be imprinted on it. In such a situation, it becomes our responsibility as teachers to show a positive attitude towards children. She said that they should be made intelligent so that they can adapt well to common sense, knowledge of the world, and their own personality. About 50 teachers and 20 coordinators participated in this workshop. They also brought important teaching aids made by them. Through these, the knowledge of colors, the knowledge of feelings, of accumulation and subtraction, the art of tying laces, of buttoning, of closing the zip are told. Today, when most parents are working, DIPS is ready to allow children to do their own work. Meanwhile, Monica Mehta educated teachers on the qualities of creative writing and communication. She said that in today’s era, if you want to make a name for yourself in the corporate sector and have an impact on others, it is very important to master the art of speaking. On this occasion, a poetic writing activity was organized to encourage creative teaching. In this, the teachers expressed their feelings by writing funny poems and were applauded by everyone.
A deserving child gets free entry
Father Peter Kavumpuram, director of the Trinity Group of Institutions, said on Friday that Rosmi Sandhu, a deserving student from Punjab, had been honored by the management of Trinity College. Rosmi Sandhu, a pupil of Government Secondary School (Girls), Ghariala in Patti, Tarn Taran, achieved 97.80% of Class XII results as announced by the Punjab School Education Board. By securing ninth place overall, she made her school, her teachers and her parents proud. Rosmi Sandhu is enrolled in BA to pursue higher education at Trinity College, Jalandhar. Trinity College has always been committed to the welfare and overall development of its students. The college management honored Rosmi Sandhu with free entry into BA. All the teachers blessed her and wished her a bright future.
Conference on polycystic ovary disease
HMV Collegiate Senior Secondary School held an informative Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD) conference under the guidance of Head Teacher Dr. Ajay Sareen. The resource person was Dr. Harpreet Chhabra, IVF Specialist at Armaan Hospital, Jalandhar. Principal Dr. Ajay Sareen said that health is the real wealth and to preserve this wealth an active lifestyle should be maintained and it is always better to take precautions than cure. Dr. Harpreet Chhabra educated the students about PCOD, its symptoms and precautionary measures. The students showed great interest and asked questions about it. The school coordinator, Meenakshi Sayal, thanked the resource person and felt proud that Dr. Harpreet Chhabra, an alumnus of the college, was one of her brightest students. Dr. Harpreet congratulated the Director, Dr. Ajay Sareen, faculty and students as recently HMV was acclaimed as the best institute working for social cause by ASSOCHAM.
Teaching skills in Kanya Maha Vidyalaya
Kanya Maha Vidyalaya continuously strives to provide quality education to its students. In this context, DDU Kaushal Kendra awarded by Government of India to KMV performed eight B.Voc. and three M.Voc. courses with the aim of providing students with skills development training. Shedding more light on this, Head Teacher (Dr) Atima Sharma Dwivedi asserted that there are many lucrative career options in skill development courses because after successful completion of the program, students will be able to hold multiple jobs in their respective fields. All of these skill-based courses keep job prospects in mind, as the college has ties and has signed MoUs with different industries. It is important to mention that the college offers eight B.Voc skills development courses in Animation, Retail Management, Management and Secretarial Practices, Artificial Intelligence and Data Science, Hospitality and Tourism, Nutrition, Exercise and health, textile design and apparel technology and beauty and wellness and three M. Voc. courses in animation and visual effects, retail management, and textile design and apparel technology under its umbrella. Nutrition, exercise and health students work as dietitians in various health centers. Animation and VFX students work as rotoscopic painters, 3D artists and video editors. Students of B.Voc. Textile design and clothing technology take part in the KMV fashion show every year where budding students have the opportunity to show off their talent. Not only are the clothes designed by the students, but they are presented by the student models themselves on stage, which builds their confidence and sense of ownership in what they do. Beauty and wellness students also start their own businesses as makeup artists, while retail management students also find the best placements in the industry. The Principal commended the efforts of the Director, DDU Kaushal Kendra, Dr. Gopi Sharma, various course leaders as well as the faculty for their tireless efforts.
Skills Development Courses at Doaba College
The PG Department of CS and IT at Doaba College conducted a Value Added Certificate Skills Development Course on “Web Design and Development, Corel Draw and Photoshop” for 10+2 students from various schools.
Professor Sakshi led courses in web design and development while Professor Harpreet and Professor Neel Money led courses in corel drawing and photoshop. Various events like computer aptitude test, antakshari and motivational lectures were organized for the students during the workshop. Principal Dr Pardeep Bhandari focused on the importance of thoughts and good vision and how they help to become what he wants using a quote “you become what you think”. Dr. Pardeep Bhandari said that it is through these relevant skills development courses that IT and IT students at Doaba College have secured internships over the past few years in companies like Wipro, Infosys, Accenture, TCS, etc
Van Mahotsav at Eklavya School
Eklavya school celebrated van mahotsav on site. This day is inaugurated to celebrate the importance of cultivating and saving our forests. On this occasion, special guest Baljit Singh Kang (owner of Kang Natural Farm who deals with organic farming) was invited to share his point of view. He talked about the importance of planting trees, growing different vegetables and fruits organically. He shared the process of making compost at home. On this occasion, primary school students went out for a nature walk. Dimple Malhotra (Administrator) from Eklavya School shared her thoughts mentioning how one individual can help save mother earth by planting trees in their neighborhood. The pre-primary students did different activities like showing plant parts, saving trees, saving the earth, etc. Elementary students planted saplings and did a poster-making activity on Save Earth. JK Gupta, President of Eklavya School, appreciated the teachers’ efforts to raise awareness about forest conservation and to save the environment. Seema Handa, principal, and Komal Arora, principal of Eklavya School appreciated the efforts of students and teachers.
Course “Draw and paint like an artist”
The PG Department of Fine Arts at Apeejay College of Fine Arts held a three-week “Sketch and Paint Like an Artist” course as part of the Skills Enhancement Courses, during which students learned skills on the creative approach to works of art.
Director, Dr. Neerja Dhingra while appreciating the efforts made by the department said, “Often students are not able to find the right path to express and hone their talent, our attempt through coursework skill improvement is to help them shape the secret. artist in them with the right advice. Amandeep Kaur from the Department of Fine Arts emphasized the importance of an artistic spirit. During the three-week skill enhancement courses, students learned the techniques of creative portraiture, understood the difference between 2D and 3D art other than life sketching practice. The students felt overwhelmed by the drawing and painting lessons and described it as a fruitful endeavor, which will help them further improve their artistic skills in life.