Workshop Detailed Reports
Mon, 09th Oct 2017 – MEGA Career Event
Hosted by Jitin Chawla

OBJECTIVES

  • To help students understand the Institutes, courses & unique offerings.
  • To help students understand the Career Planning process and themselves.
  • To help them understand how to plan for board exams vise, Concentration, Memorizing, Time Management etc.

On 9 October, 2017 students of class XII along with Ms Rekha Ahuja and Dr Anu Tandon got the opportunity to attend a Mega Career Event, hosted by Mr. Jitin Chawla, an eminent educationist and career counsellor, on the various changes introduced in the Delhi University curriculum. It was held at Siri Fort Auditorium.

The workshop began with an elaboration upon the Changes in Delhi University & Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. Mr Chawla assured that with the implementation of the new scheme, and innovative new courses like. B.Tech (Humanities) and B. Tech (Musicology), a student with average aggregate will too have the opportunity to study at DU. He also asserted that Delhi Technological University (Formerly known as Delhi College of Engineering) has started BBA, Eco Hons, and MBA. Dr. G.S Tuteja – Dean, Student Welfare, Delhi University, deliberated on the Admission Process, which is now online. He informed the students that new universities like Ambedkar University, Central Universities etc. now offer a new pattern of education and a variety of new courses. Even new private universities are expanding to teach & train students. CIC has been started by DU to offer courses like BA (Social Sciences & Humanities) under Meta University concept.

Dr. ArunaBroota, a Clinical Psychologist and retired Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Delhi, talked about the ways to tackle stress during exams. A special emphasis was laid on parameters that influence a student’s academic performance. The aim was to help the child to study smart instead of studying hard. Overall the workshop was a very informative and enriching one.

MEGA Career Event
MEGA Career Event
Tue, 16th May 2017 – Capacity Building Program Workshop
A workshop on Capacity Building Programme was organized by CBSE on 16th and 17th of May 2017 at Guru Nanak Public School, Rajouri Garden .It was conducted by Dr.Renu Malaviya associate professor at Department of Education, master trainer for 30 years and Mrs Anita Makkar Principal of HDFC School, Gurugram associated with curriculum designing of NCERT and UGC. It was an interactive and informative workshop dealt with the following topics:
  • Classroom management, its purpose, importance and factors affecting it.
  • Seating plans for the classroom
  • Teaching styles i.e. authoritarian, authoritative democratic and detached.
  • How to make rules for the classroom.
  • Difference between rules and routines. During the session lots of Group discussions, role plays, case studies and questionnaires were conducted among different school teachers to reinforce the concepts.
  • This workshop was attended by Ms. Shweta Gandhi
Capacity Building Program Workshop
Fri, 21st Apr 2017 – Report on Workshop Attended
A workshop was organized by Mount Abu School, Rohini on 21.04.2017 in association with CRISP(Consortium Research In School Pedagogy)on the topic Integrating Technology In Education to enhance the ICT skills of the teachers for making education more creative.

The workshop was conducted by Mr. Uday Lauria, President of CRISP. He emphasized on divergent thinking among both teachers and students for creativity. Mr. Rajat, another resource person from CRISP continued with workshop and made the teachers familiar with many softwares and URL to enhance their lessons and type their lessons easily. He also explained the new way of using images and videos from internet legally to create their own lessons for all the subjects which is called Flipped Classrooms. We can increase the learning capacity of students and enhance the professional growth of the educators by using Connecting Classrooms technology provided by them to the schools.

Overall, the workshop was an interesting one as it was done through an Interactive Session. Mr. Uday Lauria concluded the workshop by certifying all the participants.

Report on Workshop Attended
Wed, 01st Mar 2017 – Workshop Gyanodaya by Mr. Jitin Chawla
Topic: "Changes in Delhi Universities and Emerging Universities".

Objective:

  • To help Principals' /Counselors' understand the Institutes, courses & unique offerings.
  • To help Counselors' new kinds of jobs & how they can plan to get in those.
  • To help Counselors’ help students who score less than 90% to secure admission.

Facilitator: Mr. Jitin Chawla

With the view to update Principals, Sr. Teachers/Counselors/Coordinators about the changes in admission procedures and the courses offered by Delhi University, Mr. Jitin Chawla, an eminent career counselor from Centre for Career Development organized a workshop on 1st March ‘17 at Alliance Francaise, Lodhi Estate. He talked about the Three Year Undergraduate (Programs & Courses) and how the academic courses were distributed over three years. He elaborated upon the new universities like Ambedkar University, Central Universities, SAARC University, English & Foreign Language University, which offer a new pattern of education and a variety of new courses. He even deliberated upon the new private universities like Shiv Nadar University, Azim Premji University, FLAME-Pune, Ashoka University, and OP Jindal University and how are they expanding to teach & train students. CIC has been started by DU to offer courses like BA (Social Sciences & Humanities) under Meta University concept. Not confining himself to the changes in DU, Mr. Jitin Chawla also highlighted the new academic and professional options for the students after class XII, admission criteria, tentative dates of notification and about best colleges in India for different streams.

Dr. Gurpreet Singh Tuteja, Deputy Dean - Student Welfare, Delhi University, talked of the virtues of maintaining constancy with changes. He advocated constructive change coupled with continuity of all that is good in the old tradition. He noted that there are winds of change being felt everywhere and it is conviction that is to be preferred to career. "Go where your heart goes and your career shall follow you." Dr. Tuteja added that the fallacy that there is some difference between the teaching, the faculty, the libraries or the infrastructure of the North and the South campuses of D U must be corrected and the parents must be counseled that there is no truth in the rumours.

The same thoughts echoed through the talks of Dr. Nitin Malik, Joint Registrar, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University He said that the students must be encouraged and left free to follow their inclinations and that itself would show them the way forward. With the advent of a plethora of opportunities available in today’s world for the students, it is imperative for them to make informed decisions in life. It is the quintessential need for the students to analyze their own personality attributes interests and aptitude for choosing their careers. Dr. Nitin acquainted the audience with the courses being offered by the universities. He sought to dispel some of the misunderstanding regarding his university.

Mr. Jitin Chawla concluded the conclave by introducing several streams of studies being offered by D U and several upcoming universities across the NCR. Mr.Chawla discussed in an interesting manner the various career options with combinations like Commerce with and without Mathematics, Humanities, PCM and PCB. He even shared valuable information about the websites like coursegarage.com, myexamplan.org, letsintern.com, internshala.com, motachashma.com etc. He emphasized the relevance of various competitive events and exams like Google fair, spell bee, NTSC and the like for value addition to the students’ application process to the foreign universities.

Thu, 09th Feb 2017 – Annual Work Education Report Presentation(Classes III – V)
Work Education is an integral part of our school curriculum. Keeping the above view in   mind, an annual report presentation for session 2016 – 17 was held on 9.02.17 (Group A: Curricular) and 10.02.17 (Group B: Co – Curricular)for classes III to V. The students of each club came forward and gave a brief description about their respective clubs, threw light on the activities performed in the whole session and presented any one of the activity which they found to be the best.

The students concluded their presentation by telling about the impact of all the activities on their overall growth. Further, they showed gratitude towards their teacher incharges by thanking them for their support and guidance. This presentation was indeed inspirational for the audiences. This year end presentation was enriching, informative and knowledgeable. Students shared the skills that were picked up by participating in these clubs and learnt about what went on in the other clubs.

Annual Work Education Report Presentation(Classes III – V)
Annual Work Education Report Presentation(Classes III – V)
Sat, 24th Dec 2016 – Exhibition on 'Early Childhood'
An exhibition was conceptualized and organized exhibition on Early Childhood-"The Joy of Learning" at IGNCA, 10 Man Singh Road, Delhi by Salwan Public School. Ms. Sheetal Tehlan and Ms. Anjali Guliani Junior and Primary School teachers of VBPS along with 16 students from Vishal Bharti Public School have attended the exhibition on 24th December, 2016.

The Exhibition depicted the new dimensions of early childhood education. It was based on the philosophy of Loris Malaguzzi and showcased the students work made from waste products. Their unique way of presenting the waste material was impeccable. Students enjoyed and learnt new aspects of using things.

Exhibition on 'Early Childhood'
Exhibition on 'Early Childhood'
Wed, 30th Nov 2016 – Stress Management Workshop
A work shop was conducted by the HT Education in collaboration with Expression India and SD Public school Pitampura on 30th November 2016 for the students of class X and XII. Five Students of class X along with Ms. Jaya George r attended the workshop .The workshop prepared the students to get through the difficult exam season with ease, improve their concentration and memory.

Individual and group counseling was also provided to the students. It was a great learning experience under the expert guidance of renowned counselor Dr. Pankaj Gupta and subject experts and will help them to take the exams with a positive spirit.

Stress Management Workshop
Stress Management Workshop
Sat, 26th Nov 2016 – Workshop for French Language
"One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way"

The "Prayatna Educational Society" had organized a workshop for French teachers on the 26th November 2016 at the Venkateshwar Public School. More than 90 teachers attended the workshop from various schools and institutes from Delhi & NCR.

The Workshop was mainly aimed to make all school teachers and teacher trainers aware of "journee FLE". It provided them an opportunity to enhance their skills in the field of Foreign Language Teaching to keep abreast with the current international standards. Some of the topics discussed at the Workshop were, "Classroom Activities", "Intonation & Melody of French Sentence Structure" and "New Teaching Material for the classroom."

Mon, 21st Nov 2016 – Capacity Building Program On Communication Strategies
'Being able to communicate effectively is the most important of all life skills'

A workshop on Communication Strategies was organized by Quality Education Asia on November 21,2016 at Maharaja Agarsain Public School, Narela. QEA is a team of committed professionals whose aim is to facilitate learners in giving best in education. The workshop was attended by Ms Vibha Sachdev along with four students from Class VIII –Nandini Bhatnagar, Vanshika Sharma, Karanjot Singh and Vishal Jatia. The resource person Mr Nishant Bansal facilitated students through his rich experience as a trainer. The main focus of the workshop was to help the students to be effective communicators. It was an interactive session where the students got some valuable tips for improving body language. Many activities done within a span of four hours suggested students tools to communicate effectively. The students learnt ways to make communication impactful, persuasive and everlasting.

Sat, 19th Nov 2016 – English Junction Workshop
ORIENT BLACK SWAN organized a workshop on "21st Century Student Curriculum" by Mr. Anil Kumar at Radisson Blue, Paschim Vihar on November 19, 2016 Ms.Anjali Guliani of Vishal Bharti Public School attended the workshop. The workshop focused on a comprehensive curriculum solution for middle school and impact of English in everyday life. There were plethora of activities (Watching a video and speaking the same instructions, Making of a lemonade, Role Play: The problem of demonetization. Find someone who etc. that focused on e-learning and assessments. Mr. Anil Kumar along with his colleagues also launched the new set of books of ORIENT BLACK SWAN i.e. ENGLISH JUNCTION. The workshop showcased the usage of GAFE (Google Apps for Education) in classroom It also threw light on the characteristics of 21st century teacher.. It was an enriching session towards creating future ready classrooms for today's 21st century learners.
English Junction Workshop
Mon, 26th Sep 2016 – Workshop on Hindi Language
Devnagri script is the oldest script of India. It is the basic script of Brahmi script of Ashokan era. This script is more scientific than Roman , Arabic and Chinese etc. It was used for printing first time in the year 1678. The efforts are being made for the standardization of Nagri script since 1892.

Vishwa Nagri Vigyan Sanstha i.e. WORLD INSTITUTE OF NAGRI SCIENCE has a Mission to explore the scientific adoptability of Nagri for different languages.

To promote the development and standardization of Nagri lipi, a Hindi workshop was organized at KIIT World school on Sept 27’16 and was attended by Ms. Anju Sachdeva(Hindi department) of Vishal Bharti Public school. The founder member and resource person were Krishna Kumar Goswami discussed the importance of Nagri lipi in modern days. It was a good learning experience.

Mon, 29th Aug 2016 – Symposium For Teachers, Counsellors And School Principals
International Centre for Advancement of Education (ISAE) organised a symposium for teachers, counsellors and school Principals at India International Centre, New Delhi on 29th August 16. It was attended by Dr Anu Tandon of Vishal Bharti Public School. The Symposium was sponsored by University of Leicester in association with NIIT University, Neemrana and Istituto Marangoni. Dr ArunaBroota,Clinical Psychologist and Retired Professor, Department of Psychology,Delhi University, led the discussion on the theme Nurturing the 21st Century Learners-Creating Global Leaders for Tomorrow. She explained the role of teachers in the life of students and how important is for them to understand the group that they are dealing with.

Mr Bob Athwal, Director of Student Experience, Leicester University, deliberated upon the topic Building Bridges today, for tomorrow to walk on. Mr Vijay K. Thadani, Vice Chairman& Managing Director, NIIT Limited, focussed on the essentials we require to gift to generation zee, as educators, counsellors and leaders. He emphasised on the role of innovation and creativity in picking up a job. According to him jobs of yesteryears have become redundant today and automation would take the lead in the next decade.

Ms. Chetna Sabharwal, Counsellor, felt that before we facilitate training for our students, we all need to gear up by updating ourselves with the skills to be well- informed educators. The take away from the workshop was:

  • Introduce an 'Inclusive Career Curriculum' in schools.
  • Provide opportunities to students as early as possible to be self-aware and well informed.
  • Contribute, collaborate and communicate your experience and expertise to the world.
  • Create your own Skill development curriculum to suit your need.
Symposium For Teachers, Counsellors And School Principals
Symposium For Teachers, Counsellors And School Principals
Sat, 27th Aug 2016 – Yoga Workshop
Saraswati Bal Mandir School Celebrated Yoga Day on 27-8-16 (Saturday) Organised by
Ministry of Culture Govt of India and Vidya Bharti Sanakriti Shiksha Sansthan Sanskriti
Bhawan , Kurukshetra.  Ms . Rakhi Sharma (PET) VBPS attended the workshop.  Mr. K.C . Jain IAS along with other yoga expert shared his views about education and how yoga is related
with science.

'Yoga and its  Role in Healthy Human Life' was the topic on which he spoke .

It was an enriching experience where we were enlightened about yoga and its effects.

Tue, 09th Aug 2016 – Gender Senstivity
A Training Programme on 'Gender Sensitivity' was organized on 9th August 2016 by C.B.S.E, at Adarsh Public School Vikas Puri which was attended by Ms. Shweta Gandhi. The aim of the training programme was to highlight the importance of Gender Sensitivity among students so that they grow into adults with a sensitive heart.

The main objectives of the training session were:

  • Difference between Gender equality and Gender sensitivity.
  • How can schools be Gender Sensitive?
  • Gender Sensitive Classrooms.

The session was conducted by Dr Renu Malviya and Ms Usha Anand. They asked the teachers to take up the issue in the class and inculcate the value of respecting each other irrespective of gender. This needs to be done through different activities taken in class from time to time. It was an interactive session where teachers discussed the problems and found the solutions of all queries they had. This programme will help in building a society that is rich in values and providing equal opportunities to both the genders.

Mon, 08th Aug 2016 – Sanskrit Workshop
A discussion on 'THE RELEVANCE OF SANSKRIT FOR MODERN DAY EDUCATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY' was organised by  the organisation 'Corporate Ashram' and hosted by Mahavir Senior Model School, Delhi on the 8th  of August,2016. It was presided over by an esteemed group of panelists that included Dr. Sampadanad Mishra, Dr. Balram Shukla, Mr. Prashant Singh and Ms. Antonia Ruppel.

The panelists were unanimous in their view that Sanskrit is the language of soul, consciousness, music and unity and that it is a scientific language.
Dr. Antonia Ruppel expressed that  though Sanskrit is a complicated language, it is this complexity that inspires human minds for research. She mentioned the role of Panini's renowned text 'Ashtadhyayi' in the numerical systems adopted in the computers today.

Dr. Prashant Singh believed that it is the ultimate source of wellness and power of attention.
According to Dr. Sampadanad Mishra, even students can learn this language through self study and general awareness and some level of consciousness.

The session articulated the steps needed to incorporate the language in present day education system such as by uses of channels like 'Vividh Bharti' and 'Sanskrit Divya Vaani'
The session was highly interactive and acted as a great platform for sharing ideas, experiences and learning.

Sat, 23rd Jul 2016 – Reverse Lesson Planning In Language Learning
"Language is not merely a tool for describing what one knows already. It is a pervasive process through which we develop our creative and problem solving abilities."

An "Effective Workshop on Facilitating Participatory Learning Environments through Reverse Planning" was organized by Next Education on July 23, 2016. It was attended by Ms. Richa Bhasin from VBPS. The resource person was Ms. Bhawna, an English academician for Next Education and is responsible for preparing Teach Next Modules for English Language. The workshop focused on inspiring students from being just listeners, to being thinkers and active participators through Reverse Planning. The resource person presented a sample lesson plan to show how new concepts and ideas can be introduced to the children.

It was an effective, informative and interactive workshop. The level and depth of learning that occurred through the tasks performed were amazing. 

Reverse Lesson Planning In Language Learning
Sat, 09th Jul 2016 – Workshop for Commerce Teachers
A workshop on 'Mastering the art of teaching Business Studies' was organised by Commerce Teachers’ Association at G.D.Goenka Public School, Rohini on 9th July 2016. The workshop was attended by P.G.T. (Commerce), Ms.Rekha Kumar.

The Workshop was conducted by Mr. G.S.Alag, renowned author of Business Studies Books. The workshop equipped the teachers with methods of teaching Business Studies. Case Studies & HOTS questions of important topics like Business Environment, Types of plans etc. were discussed in detail.

The most important feature of the workshop was the interactive session where everyone got the opportunity to express his/her views. The workshop was very informative and inspiring.

Tue, 10th May 2016 – Career Counselling Workshop
Every student faces the question of 'what next' after class XII. Firstly to decide a stream and then to decide the graduation course!

To help these students, Happy Model School, Janak Puri organized a Career Counselling Session on 10th May 2016. It was attended by the Science, Commerce and Humanities students of Vishal Bharti Public School. The session was headed by

Mr. Jitin Chawla, Career Counselling Director, Centre for Career Development. He emphasized that one needs to work for one’s goals from the very beginning and for that one needs to start right from Class XI where a  crucial choice of selecting a stream is made by the students. Choosing the right subject that matches one’s aptitude and personality itself translates into professional success, according to him. He asserted in his deliberation-'Dreams are not that you see while sleeping but dreams are that which do not let you sleep'

The Resource Person enlightened the enthusiastic students with many off beat career options like-Wedding Choreography, T-Shirt Designing, Radio Jockeying, Software Application Development etc. It was an informative session which engaged the students and gave them an opportunity to explore the wide range of career opportunities. The resource person also dealt with the issues concerning a person's aptitude, attitude and interest. He also talked about many private universities like Shiv Nadar University, Ashoka University, O P Jindal University etc. where students may take admission and pursue the career of their choice. Overall it was an amazing and informative program for the students

Tue, 26th Apr 2016 – Training Programme on 'Performance Management Of School And Staff'
A  Training Programme on 'Performance Management Of School And Staff' was organized by KIIT World School, Parwana Road,  Pitam Pura in collaboration with Quality Education Asia, and was attended by Ms. Shaily Sharma and Ms. Neeru Kapoor on April 26,2016. The aim of the training programme was to provide the key strategic components that underpin effective Performance Management processes so that teachers and students excel.

The session was introduced by the former Executive Head teacher and current Senior Leadership and Strategy Adviser, Mr. Martin Mathews At Summit Ltd., U.K. and was joined by Mr. Lokesh Kumar, Operations Manager, Globals. The training provided support in tracking and monitoring the performance of staff effectively, highlighted the need of using digital content, academic trackers, content engines and education resource planners. He emphasized that senior leaders must ensure an effective data usage by staff members to communicate their teaching and learning plans.

The session was an enriching and informative one as it provided examples of technological solutions that support effective Performance Management.

Training Programme on 'Performance Management Of School And Staff'
Training Programme on 'Performance Management Of School And Staff'
Mon, 25th Apr 2016 – Teaching for Success
Transforming teaching and learning in education systems.

A Teach4Success Workshop was organised by the British Council on 25th April 16. It was attended by Dr. Anu Tandon (PGT English) of the school. The teachers were welcomed by Gill Caldicott, Director Operations British Council India, who stressed that--The British Council Frameworks of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is a planned, continuous and lifelong process whereby teachers try to develop their personal and professional qualities, and to improve their knowledge, skills and practice, leading to their empowerment, the improvement of their agency and the development of their organisation and their pupils.

Alison Barrett, Director English for Education Systems British Council,, launched 'Teaching or Success' our approach to CPD at the British Council on 25th April 2016.It was an excellent presentation providing an enabling structure for CPD for teachers and educators. She stated that---'No room is better dressed than one full of English Teachers in India.'

According to her the frameworks represent the British Council’s global understanding of, and expertise in, teaching and teacher development. Their services and resources for the teaching of English language and other school subjects are all mapped to the CPD Frameworks and provide clear pathways for the development of teaching professionals.

Next there was a discussion between David Weston, Teacher Development Trust UK and Subir Shukla, Ignus ERG@inBritish#Teach4Success It was a very useful talk for design and review ofCPD. They stressed that -- Some need to teach, some need to talk, and we all need to learn. Overall it was an interesting discussion and gave us much food for thought.

Wed, 16th Mar 2016 – Awakened Citizen Program
A workshop 'Awakened Citizen Program' organized by Rama Krishna Mission was attended by Ms. Shalu Jain on 16thof March, 2016. The workshop aimed at giving an overview of Awakened Citizen Program which is a three-year graded value education programme for the students of classes VII to IX. The program has been created with a vision of having a nation full of Awakened Citizens and leading to the national regeneration India. The emphasis was laid on bringing about a transformation from within rather than giving the children a set of do's and don'ts that they are expected to conform to. It was really an enriching experience to attend this workshop.
Awakened Citizen Program
Awakened Citizen Program
Sat, 06th Feb 2016 – Enhancing Numeracy Skills In Students
A workshop on 'Enhancing Numeracy Skills in students' was organised by Quality Education Asia (QEA).It was attended by Ms.Vani Bhardwaj and Ms. Anita Sharma from VBPS on 6th February 2016 at Nav Bharti Public School, New Delhi. The Objectives of the workshop were to explore the differences between Mathematics and Numeracy, teaching strategies to enhance Numeracy skills in students and learning creative Inter-disciplinary activities. The resource person Ms. Rupam Sah stressed that activities with concrete objects form the first step in the classroom to enable the child to understand logical functioning.

Mathematical games, puzzles and stories involving number are useful to enable children to make connections and to build upon their everyday understanding. During the session, teachers indulged in different games like Loop Cards, Target Number, Time Cards, Broken Calculator etc. which enhanced our knowledge on how to execute games / activities in a more meaningful manner. The assessment techniques discussed were innovative in approach and easy to incorporate in class. This workshop was an enlightening experience for the teachers. Such workshops bring to the forefront the skills required to bring effectiveness in the Teaching – Learning process.

Enhancing Numeracy Skills In Students
Enhancing Numeracy Skills In Students
Thu, 04th Feb 2016 – Workshop On Communication Strategies
Vishal Bharti Public School organized a one–day workshop for teachers on the topic 'Communication Strategies'. The workshop was attended by a large number of teachers from reputed schools of Delhi. The workshop was organized by Quality Education Asia and was facilitated by Mr. Raman Kumar Khanna a reputed name in the teacher training industry with 37 years of experience.

In a highly interactive session Mr. Khanna emphasized that good communication skills help in the delivery of effective pedagogy, classroom management and interaction with the students and building a good teacher-student rapport, thus playing a vital role in the cogent communication of ideas.

Principal Dr Amita Saxena appreciated and extended a vote of thanks for the speaker Mr Khanna and participating schools. She said that the workshop provided the teachers with tools to communicate and teach more effectively making their communication more impactful, persuasive and meaningful!

Tue, 02nd Feb 2016 – Orientation Programme for Overseas Education
Vishal Bharti Public School Paschim Vihar in association with Quality Education Asia hosted a one day orientation programme for Overseas education in which more than 80 students and teachers from various schools of Delhi participated.

The orientation programme was conducted by 'NAVITAS Foundation' and Ms Anamika Sinha was the resource person for the day in the 16 member team.

Dr Amita Saxena, Principal, Vishal Bharti Public School, in her introductory address spoke about the objectives of the orientation programme and emphasized the need to introduce youngsters to futuristic and out of the box careers

The orientation programme enlightened the students about education in various countries such as the U.S.A, U.K, Australia and Canada and highlighted the pros and cons of education aboard. Making  innovative models, discussions, question answer sessions and group activities also were a part of the programmme, it raised the students awareness as they geared  up for the prospectus of education aboard.

The orientation programme culminated with the felicitation of the participating teachers and students.

Orientation Programme for Overseas Education
Orientation Programme for Overseas Education
Mon, 01st Feb 2016 – Innovation In Leadership
A Training Programme on 'Innovation in Leadership' was organized by KIIT World School, Parwana Road,  Pitam Pura in collaboration with Quality Education Asia, and was attended by Ms. Lucy Jad & Ms.Shikha Kakkar. The aim of the training programme was to provide the key strategic components for effective leadership skills so that teachers and students excel.

The session was conducted by the CEO of QEA Ms Rupam Sah. The training provided support in tracking and honing leadership abilities in order to ensure a smooth functioning of schools. Emphasis was laid that leaders ensure effective communication between staff members and students.

The session was an enriching and informative one as it provided examples of technological solutions that support effective leadership.

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