TEACHER ENRICHMENT PROGRAMME

LEARNING WITH ORAL NARRATIVES

Day/Date: Thursday, 18 April 2024

An online session on the topic ‘Learning with Oral Narratives’ was organized by the Human Resource Development Centre, DPS Society on Thursday, 18 April 2024.

The webinar aimed to explore the educational benefits of incorporating oral narratives into the learning process. Hosted by Ms. Padmini Rangarajan, Director Sphoorthi Theatre for Educational Puppetry, Art and Craft, the webinar delved into the rich tradition of storytelling and its potential to enhance various aspects of education.

Ancient Indian storytelling is rich with diverse narrative techniques, many of which have been passed down through generations. The resource person introduced five different forms of storytelling.

Harikatha- One of the most notable storytelling techniques in ancient Indian literature.This technique involved narration with singing. Stories from ancient Indian texts like puranas and Ramayana weretaken. Through these stories local regional language, history and geography of a particular place was promoted.

Burra Katha- An oral storytelling technique from South India in this tradition, travelers narrate stories while beating the drum. It is a narrative that consists of prayers, solo drama, dance, songs and poems. 

Cheriyal Mask Scroll Painting- Cheriyal paintings were stylized versions of Nakashi art(scrolls of narratives from mythology and folklore). These paintings were used for educating the villagers and kept them entertained at that time. It was used by the Storytellers to narrate the episodes of Indian Epics and the folk culture of the region. In this form the storyteller wandered from village to village to narrate stories.

Kavad Art-A visual story telling art which used a box containing handpainted pictures of classical stories.Through it the resource person taught about the origin of Ganga and the state of polluting rivers.

Shadow Theatre-This form is from Odisha. Wherein a screen was made using a white cloth and shadows were created behind the screen to depict figures of the story.

These narrative techniques from ancient Indian literature demonstrate the depth, complexity, and diversity of storytelling traditions in Indian culture. Each technique serves a specific purpose and offers a wide range of tools to craft engaging and impactful stories, to entertain, educate, inspire, and provoke introspection.

 

 ‘READ ALOUD’ AND ‘ORAL SKILLS’

Day/Date: Monday, April 15, 2024

A workshop aimed at training teachers in the 4C’s – Communication, Critical Thinking, Creativity, and Collaboration – was organized on Monday, April 15, 2024, on the topic ‘Read Aloud and Oral Skills’ by HRDC – DPS Society. I, Gagandeep Kaur Bhasin (PRT, DPS Dwarka), attended the webinar. The webinar was hosted by Mrs. Vanita Sehgal, Director HRDC – DPS Society, who introduced the guest speaker, Dr. Nina Hood, Senior Lecturer at The University of Auckland, New Zealand, and Founder of The Education Hub.

Dr. Nina Hood's presentation focused on Oral language and Read Aloud and its classroom implementation. She elucidated that oral language encompasses expressive language, involving generating ideas, selecting words, maintaining correct sentence structure and grammar, and speaking fluently, as well as receptive language, requiring understanding meaning, sentence structure, vocabulary, listening, and interpretation. The importance of developing listening skills and reading comprehension was emphasized.

Various planning stages and aspects of ‘Read Aloud’ were highlighted, including activities before, during, and after reading, each elucidated with examples. Dr. Hood emphasized making stories interesting and enjoyable for children through voice modulation, rather than seeking moral lessons from them. An example from the picture book 'The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch' illustrated rich vocabulary, background knowledge, illustrations, and speech bubbles, engaging children with the story of Mr. Grinling's lunch adventure.

Additionally, a text from the same book demonstrated the use of figures of speech such as alliteration and enriching vocabulary with words like 'concocting,' 'delicious,' 'scrumptious,' 'devoured,' and 'varmints.' Pictures with accompanying text were used for picture description and composition, reinforcing the link between listening and reading. Dr. Hood stressed the importance of child-friendly books to foster a love for reading and advocated for early phonetics education to ensure correct pronunciation.

The session concluded with a question-and-answer segment, further enlightening participants about the nuances of oral skills. A vote of thanks was extended to the resource person.

EXPRESSIONS : A WORKSHOP IN COMMUNICATION SKILLS

"Communication is the solvent of all problems and is the foundation for personal development."

- Peter Shepherd.

Expressions : A Workshop in Communication Skills was held at DPSS, Human Resource Development Centre, Knowledge Park -5, Greater Noida from Friday, 5 April  2024 to Sunday, 7 April 2024.
The workshop for communication commenced with  lamp  lighting by Ms. Vanita Sehgal, Executive Director HRDC, DPSS, Ms. Jyoti and Ms. Sudeshna along with the participants in an open arena to usher a new beginning and seek blessing of the almighty. The session commenced with Ms. Vanita Sehgal extending a warm welcome to all the participants. In her address to the group, she emphasized on the importance of effective communication in today’s time.
Day 1
The resource person Dr. Sanjay Ranade, associate professor (retired), department of communication and journalism, University of Mumbai began session with the fundamentals of dealing with simple behaviours of the students. One learns from expression from imitating what is expressed by others. Imitating happens in two ways: Anukirtan or saying after, and Anukaran or doing after helping learners, build empathy, listen actively and resolve conflict, expression plays a crucial role in building positive relationships with students. Effective Classroom Presentations make the children more engaging and persuasive. In the classroom we need to create muscle memory of the students which can help the children achieve at the next level.
Speech Articulation and Pronunciation: For communication to be effective, it must be clear, correct, complete, concise and compassionate. It requires us to be clear and complete in what we are trying to express. The resource person explained that regular practice helps students improve their speech clarity and enhances their ability to enunciate words accurately.The teachers were engaged in an activity of making tongue twisters of the subjects they taught
Communicating with the Body: The multisensory experience of the world is diminishing because of the advent of online modes. Hence, the body or the physical movements must be used more extensively. For example, playing football or cricket in the ground is more fruitful than playing the same online. Dr Ranade distinguished between conceptualization and constructivism. Concepts refer to abstract or general ideas So efforts should be made to bring more conceptualization through constructivism. ‘Charade’ was highlighted as a pedagogical tool as it  offers a dynamic and interactive approach to teaching and learning.
Actions speak louder than words therefore as teachers we need to ‘show’ the concepts to students instead of just stating them. For the clear understanding of the topic the participants made a charade by selecting a concept.
Curriculum on the wall (Using Comics as a Pedagogical Tool): Dr. Sanjay Ranade stressed on using comics as a pedagogical tool for an engaging and effective way to enhance learning through various activities hence comics offer a unique blend of visual and text, making complex concepts more accessible and enjoyable for the students. The resource person involved teachers in creating their own comic strips. Teachers could adapt a lesson or a historical event into a comic format and make learning long lasting. Conceptualization, Problematization and humour forms essential components of a comic strip. Several other hands-on activities were conducted to facilitate the same.
Day 2
Visual Communication Skills: Ms Bidisha Roy Das, Media Professional and Mr Zahid Khan Head, Production and Post Production Peninsula Studios introduced the participants to the process of video editing and rearranging video shots to create a cohesive story or message which involves trimming, cutting, and arranging clips to achieve the desired pacing and flow. The felicitators guided the participants to plan the storyboard for planning of the film and also the VIDEO SCRIPT TEMPLATE, scene wise with the selected theme. The participants were divided into groups and video shots were made by each group. The resource person helped the participants in post-production, which is the final stage after the filming of various shots. Each of the groups worked independently on combining the raw video shots by adding music, voice covers and various sound effects to create more impactful visuals under the constant guidance of Ms. Bidisha Roy Das.
As a part of visual communication session, video making was an effective way to convey the concepts in the classroom. Especially, when a teacher wants to incorporate visual and auditory elements as a part of a classroom presentation. The video making sessions enhanced the teachers learning. It is also easy for the facilitators to access and allow students to review material at their own pace and convenience. This flexibility can be especially beneficial for students with diverse learning styles or those who require additional support.
Encouraging students to create their own videos as part of assignments or projects can promote creativity, critical thinking, and digital literacy skills. It allows students to express themselves in different ways and demonstrate their understanding of concepts. Video filming provides students with visual stimuli, making abstract concepts more tangible and easier to comprehend.
Day 3
The day commenced with the introduction of resource person Ms. Hetal Varia, Voice and Dialect Coach. She explained that Expressive communication is a fundamental aspect of human interaction, influencing how we convey ideas, emotions, and intentions. Effective communication involves not only the choice of words but also the modulation of voice, pitch, and resonance. Understanding voice science, vocal habits, and techniques for building authentic speech delivery is crucial for enhancing communication skills.
The resource person then gave introduction of  voice science, the physiological and aspects of vocal production which encompasses the study of vocal anatomy, physiology, and acoustics. Key components include the vocal folds, resonance chambers, and airflow mechanisms. The felicitator emphasized that effective communication requires the deliberate use of vocal techniques to convey meaning and emotion. Proper breath support, vocal projection, and articulation contribute to clear and engaging speech. However, misuse of these techniques, such as speaking too softly or forcefully, can lead to vocal strain or misinterpretation of the message. Awareness of vocal habits and techniques empowers individuals to communicate with confidence and authenticity.
Presence in communication refers to the ability to engage and captivate an audience through confident and authentic delivery. Resonance involves the richness and depth of sound produced by the voice, influenced by factors such as posture, breath support, and vocal placement. Pitch modulation adds nuance and emotion to speech, conveying subtleties of meaning and emphasis.
The participants were engaged in various voice training techniques which deepened their comprehension of how presence, resonance, and pitch impact effective communication.
They acquired practical techniques to improve vocal delivery, capture attention, and enhance confidence in public speaking and interpersonal interactions.
This holistic approach of the workshop on communication enabled participants to develop a nuanced understanding of how their communication  influences their interactions, paving the way for continued growth and success in both professional and personal realms.

 

ORIENTATION WORKSHOP FOR THE CAMBRIDGE EARLY YEARS CURRICULUM

The Orientation Workshop for The Cambridge Early Years Curriculum was held at DPSS, Human Resource Development Centre, Knowledge Park -5, Greater Noida on March 20, 2024 which was attended by the following teachers:
1.        Ms. Maneesha Mahajan (Cambridge Supervisor)
2.        Ms. Richa Agarwal
3.        Ms. Gurpreet Kochhar
4.        Ms. Pallavi
5.        Ms. Priyanka Sharma
6.        Ms. Meenakshi Kanwar
7.        Ms. Seema Kaushik
8.        Ms. Shipra Aggarwal
9.        Ms. Falguni Kapoor
10.      Ms. Riddhi Mahajan

In her keynote address Ms. Vanita Sehgal Director HRDC, reflected on the importance of pedagogy in effective teaching and learning during early years. She stressed upon   various aspects of the Cambridge Early Years Curriculum and practical strategies for effective teaching and learning in the early years. She further emphasized that together, as teachers we need to give learners the confidence they need to thrive and make a positive impact in a changing world.
Elaborating on Cambridge Early Years new programme for 3-6 years old the resource person Dr. Akash Raut gave an insight into how the Cambridge Early Years programme gives young learners the best start in life, helping them to meet key early milestones and thrive in and outside of school.  The resource person further focused on the fact that children should be involved in their own learning through well-planned experiences which will help them develop knowledge, understanding and skills through a spiral approach, thus following a holistic approach that focuses on the whole child and connects his/her development with the world and people around them.

The session on Making Connections emphasized on the areas in a learning environment the children can choose from and explore freely. It focused on what  to look out for during the activity and how to support or challenge children accordingly. It provided an outline for the activities by providing full and detailed  guidance for play  based  learning designed to meet new curriculum learning statements - by   advising ,  observing and  assessing learning. The session also suggested ways to support struggling learners.
Transferring Learning session emphasized on how learning should encourage a balance of physical, cognitive, language and communications, and social and emotional development. He impressed upon the teachers the divine significance of their roles, purpose and responsibilities, which when assumed effectively, help shape the little ones. The teachers were encouraged to share their everyday classroom challenges and how they coped with the same. Implementing the curriculum, helping learners transition into early years education and on to primary, short, medium and long-term planning for Cambridge Early Years, including example templates and planning was stressed upon. The resource person further elaborated on the role of school support hub which included engaging resources for teachers and learners that are carefully designed to align with our curriculum.
Sharing Good Practices session emphasized on the fact that speaking, listening, reading and writing are crucial to children’s early development. Showing children the importance of language through fun activities and encouraging them to engage with a wide range of texts helps to ignite a lifelong curiosity for learning was stressed upon. The workshop emphasized on how creative expression allows children to communicate their ideas and develop their imagination through art and design, music, dance and drama. This important area brings together skills and cognitive processes from across the whole curriculum
Assessing young learners’ progress against key milestones was stressed upon. Benchmarking on students’ levels of ability, highlighting any hidden talent or undiscovered strengths and suggesting where additional support is needed was stressed upon giving opportunity to tailor teaching, using personalized reports, offering an objective measurement that helps compare/track children’s progress were a few examples that were reiterated and discussed.
The workshop was central to children’s lives. It underpinned their wellbeing and attainment in all areas of their learning which help them to develop social learning and friendships, regulate their emotional responses and respond to the needs of others, and develop self-esteem and confidence.
The content of the workshop was highly relevant to the teachers' role in the classroom, offering practical tools and strategies that could be directly applied in an early childhood classroom. Ample opportunities for networking and collaboration were provided, allowing participants to connect with peers, share experiences and exchange ideas for enhancing the Cambridge Early Years Curriculum
Step-by-step activity ideas, continuous provision and guided play suggestions, observational assessment guidance etc. was discussed in detail. The workshop indeed included a comprehensive array of interactive sessions, engaging activities and stimulating discussions.
The workshop effectively engaged participants through interactive activities, discussions etc. fostering a dynamic learning environment. The resource person Dr. Akash Raut demonstrated deep expertise in the field, providing valuable insights, research-based practices, and real-life examples to support various teaching practices.
A stimulating synergy was fostered all along that created a fertile environment for optimum learning thus providing a solid foundation and platform which focused on developing best practices and practical strategies that can be used with learners.
It was a very enriching and fruitful session.

 

CLASSES: EARLY YEARS 1-2 & PRIMARY STAGES 1-3
CAMBRIDGE SCHOOLS CONFERENCE ONLINE

Day/Dates: Wednesday, 11 March to Thursday, 21 March 2024

The Cambridge Schools Conference was conducted through the online mode from Wednesday, 11 March to Thursday, 21 March 2024. The Vice Principal, Primary Wing, along with teachers teaching Early Years 1 and 2 as well as Primary Stages 1-3 attended the following Breakout Sessions:
Language of feedback: Empowering learners
Resource Person – Dr. Akash Raut
Wednesday 13 March, 2024

Feedback is one of the most powerful influences on learning. The impact of feedback is more important than the feedback given and thus, the language of feedback to develop learner autonomy is highly essential. In this workshop, the role of assessment for learning (AFL) was understood, in order to facilitate teaching and learning that creates meaningful feedback to improve learners’ performance.
The workshop allowed participants to think critically about the role of feedback in assessment for learning, the language of feedback to be used in the classroom and strategies to imbibe language of feedback in the teaching and learning process.

Building the foundations for confident communication in our early years classrooms
Resource Persons - Nayla Aramouni & Ruth Macdonald
Wednesday, 13 March 2024

Effective speaking and listening skills are critical for children's overall development in the early years. These skills also support academic and social success in primary school, secondary school and into adult life. Effective communication relies on children feeling encouraged to become active participants in conversations and discussions, and having the range of vocabulary and language they need to understand and make themselves understood. This session focussed on how to scaffold early language development, how play provides an ideal context for developing speaking and listening skills and strategies that promote effective communication.  Moreover, participants gained knowledge in supporting children whose home language is different to the school language.  The session facilitated in understanding the expected progression for children's speaking and listening skills in the Cambridge Early Years curriculum framework following the English as a first language or English as a second language route.

Confident use of technology for communication in the classroom
Resource Persons - Andrew Field & Rachel Logan
Thursday 14 March, 2024

Technology can act as the saviour or the saboteur of any given lesson.  This session explored how technology can be used to communicate with our learners, without the need for extensive tech-expertise or elaborate planning and preparation. Participants also reflected on how teachers can model a growth mindset in their approach to teaching and learning.

Learning to talk, through talk
Resource Person – James Mannion
Thursday 14 March, 2024

The word oracy was invented in 1965 in an attempt to give spoken language equal status as written literacy and numeracy. Despite this, almost 60 years later, spoken language remains largely underdeveloped among children and young people in schools, where reading and writing still rule the roost.  It was learnt that there are two sides of the oracy coin: oracy education (learning to talk) and dialogic teaching and learning (learning through talk). Both are equally important – and both are often underdeveloped in schools.  In this practical workshop, Dr James Mannion shared a number of tried and tested techniques and strategies for teaching children how to speak and listen effectively, and how to learn through dialogue. Talk rules, talk goals, pupil groupings, talking points, the third turn and intercepts were explored in detail. 

Read to write, write to read: A true story from the classroom
Resource Person - Ahmed Shalabi Abdelghaffar
Monday 18 March, 2024

This recorded session allowed participants to understand the following:

Artificial Intelligence in education – friend or foe? Communicating Cambridge’s Approach to Generative AI
Resource Persons - Sanjay Mistry & Jesse Dvorchak
Monday 18 March, 2024

In this workshop, the dynamic role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in education was explored, questioning whether it’s a friend or foe. Cambridge’s approach to Generative AI was focussed upon, navigating its potential benefits and challenges in shaping the future of learning. It was learnt how AI can be harnessed as a powerful ally in education.

 Every teacher is a language teacher: How all teachers can help all learners develop their writing skills
Resource Person - Lauren Woods
Tuesday 19 March, 2024

Even when learners are confident in a subject, they may struggle to communicate their knowledge, skills and understanding effectively when they write. In this session, it was learnt that all teachers, regardless of subject specialism, can help learners overcome these challenges so that their written work is a true reflection of their subject ability.  Actively engaging with resources written by others can help learners develop the quality of their own writing. This means that when teachers plan and create written teaching and assessment materials, they need to consider both the level of subject-specific language and wider vocabulary and linguistic structures.  This workshop explored the importance of knowing the language ability of individual learners and why some may find writing challenging.  It enlightened about ways in which teachers can ensure the language they use in written resources is accessible to all learners while still offering age and qualification appropriate stretch and challenge.  Practical tips were given which can help learners to develop their writing skills across the curriculum.

 Developing wellbeing through confident communication
Resource Persons - Sarah Nelson & Hannah King
Tuesday 19 March, 2024

When learners have a positive sense of wellbeing, they are more likely to feel confident, motivated and engaged in their learning. This is crucial as they progress towards and through adolescence - a period of rapid cognitive and emotional changes - and leads to better academic outcomes and overall success in life.  The teaching and learning of wellbeing can be enhanced through the use of targeted and well-managed discussions, but confidence around the discussion of potentially sensitive topics can impact our ability to do so. Looking across the curricula, we can utilise familiar active learning techniques to develop and enhance learners' communication in the new Cambridge Primary Curriculum.  The following points were explored in the session: 

Tackling the climate crisis: empowering learners through climate change education
Resource Persons – Christine Özden & Judith Roberts
Wednesday 20 March, 2024

Education is key in tackling the climate crisis. High quality education matters, and local context matters, too. In this session, participants looked at what works, and the practical steps school leaders can take.  The scope of climate change education across primary and secondary education was explored and some key considerations were noted, as it becomes a major strand in the curriculum.  It was stressed how working together will help us make sure students can be ready for the world at a time of climate change.
Cultivating Green Shoots: A Practical Guide to Climate Change & Sustainability in Your Schools and Classrooms
Resource Person - Dr Mona Chiriac
Wednesday 20 March, 2024

Educators hold the keys to communicating about climate change and engaging learners in how to create a more sustainable future. This workshop invited participants to explore practical ways to nurture sustainability education in our schools and classrooms.  Participants got an opportunity to navigate the core principles of climate change and sustainability education, ensuring a firm foundation for further exploration.  By the end of this session, participants gained a clearer understanding of climate change and sustainability education in the classroom.  The session reminded participants of the role and purpose of the Global Perspectives curriculum strand and invited participants to reflect on how they and their school can develop communication skills in their learners and the role that Global Perspectives plays now and/or could play in the future.  


STORYTELLING & STORY COMPOSITION

Day/Dates: February 27, 2024 & February 28, 2024

"Storytelling is the most powerful way to put ideas into the world today."

- Robert McAfee Brown

The two day event began with the Inaugural Ceremony graced by Ms. Zeenat Khader, Joint Secretary, The DPS Society and Ms Vanita Sehgal, Executive Director, HRDC, The DPS Society. Teachers from 54 DPS schools across India participated in this workshop.
The first session titled 'Teachers as Storytellers' was taken by Dr. Jaishree Sethi, Head, Story Ghar and Cheshta Care Foundation. She talked about the importance of Story Telling and it's need as per the NEP 2020. In her interactive session, she explained how teachers and educators can create narrative-centered learning environments to facilitate curriculum transaction at 
pre-primary  and  primary  school  level.  She demonstrated the  use  of storytelling  props,  objects,  stick  and  glove  puppets,  and  activities which make the classroom atmosphere fun and interactive.

The session was then taken over by Dr Eric Miller, Director, World Storytelling Institute, Chennai. He took sessions on

During this two day programme, he talked about various techniques and styles of story composition beginning with the story of one's own life. Through group activities and performances, the idea of story composition and presentation was made lively and interesting.
Dr. Miller highlighted the importance of vocal and physical warm-up and demonstrated how to visualise, describe, illustrate, and become a character. He explained how the need for the eye contact leads to the in-performance transference process and the candid style of storytelling. Through mindful and playful activities, Dr. Miller spoke about the role of story theatre, verbal play, word games in our classrooms.

In the last session, Dr. Miller reiterated how stories also raise issues. By listening, discussing, and telling stories, students could explore their thoughts and feelings about the subject matter. He

also deliberated and discussed the importance of storytelling and theatrics in all subjects taught at school.
Takeaways:
The session ‘Teachers as Storytellers’ taken by Dr. Jaishree Sethi enlightened the teachers about the use of theatrics in the classroom to create interest in the learners and make teaching learning process more interactive, fun-filled and effective.
In the ‘Storytelling and Story Composition’ workshop conducted by Dr. Eric Miller, teachers gained valuable insights that enhanced their pedagogical approaches. Firstly, they witnessed firsthand the power of narrative in capturing attention and fostering engagement. It equipped the teachers with techniques to make their lessons more captivating and relatable.
The workshop provided a model for effective communication, emphasizing the importance of expressive delivery, voice modulation, and body language. Teachers learnt to infuse dynamism into their presentations, creating a more immersive learning environment for their students.
Furthermore, Dr. Miller's incorporation of themes and messages prompted teachers to consider the broader impact of storytelling in conveying complex concepts and moral lessons. This experience encouraged the educators to explore creative avenues for imparting knowledge, acknowledging the role of emotion and connection in the learning process.
Cultural and historical references within the storytelling session offered teachers a lens through which to introduce diverse perspectives into their lessons, fostering a more inclusive and empathetic educational environment.  This immersive programme was a rich source of inspiration, equipping teachers with innovative strategies to enhance their teaching methodologies.

'INCLUSIVE MINDS - NEURODIVERSITY AWARENESS'
Day/Date: Wednesday, 21 February 2024

In today's diverse society, understanding and embracing neurodiversity is paramount for creating inclusive environments. To raise awareness about neurodiversity in children and equip teachers with practical strategies to support diverse learners in the classroom, a workshop on 'Inclusive Minds - Neurodiversity Awareness' was organised for the teaching staff of Primary Wing on Wednesday, 21 February 2024 in the school auditorium. The session was conducted by Ms. Samridhi Mitra (Counseling Psychologist) and Ms. Tanu Rajput (Consultant Special Educator & Language therapist).

The speakers emphasized the importance of understanding neurodiverse conditions, including ADHD, Autism, and Specific Learning Disability as part of this spectrum. Through samples and interactive discussions, the importance of viewing neurodiversity as a spectrum, with each child exhibiting unique strengths and challenges was highlighted. They talked about the difficulties neurodiverse children might face in the classroom, like being sensitive to certain sensations, struggling to communicate socially and having trouble with organizing tasks and actions.

Practical strategies for fostering an inclusive classroom environment were discussed. This included implementing universal design principles, modifying instruction to meet individual needs and promoting acceptance and understanding among students.

Participants learnt effective classroom management techniques to support neurodiverse students including proactive behavior management strategies and individualized instruction. Strategies for promoting engagement and minimizing distractions were emphasized. Ways to Collaborate with Parents and Support Services were also spoken about. 

Promoting neurodiversity awareness is essential for fostering inclusive minds and creating a more equitable and compassionate society. By embracing neurodiversity, we can unlock the full potential of individuals with diverse cognitive abilities and build a world where everyone can thrive.

The workshop provided essential knowledge and practical tools for supporting neurodiverse children in the classroom. The session was both enlightening and enriching.

 

हिंदी लेखक कार्यशाला

(6.02.2024 - 8.02.2024)

मानव संसाधन विकास केंद्र दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल सोसायटी के प्रांगण में तीन दिवसीय ‘हिंदी लेखक कार्यशाला’ का आयोजन किया गया जिसमें भारतीय संस्कृति की अद्भुत झलक दृष्टिगोचर हुई। इसमें पूरे भारत के विभिन्न शहरों से आए दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल के 52 अध्यापक-अध्यापिकाओं ने उत्साहपूर्वक भाग लिया।

कार्यशाला का शुभारंभ भारतीय संस्कृति का परिपालन करते हुए दीप गान और दीप प्रज्ज्वलन के साथ किया गया।

तदुपरांत मानव संसाधन विकास केंद्र दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल सोसायटी की कार्यकारी निदेशिका सुश्री वनिता सहगल ने सभी प्रतिभागियों का हार्दिक अभिनंदन किया। उन्होंने अपने स्वागत भाषण से वातावरण को आनंदमय बनाया। उन्होंने प्रतिभागियों का उत्साहवर्धन किया तथा कहा कि अधिगम जीवनपर्यंत चलने वाली प्रक्रिया है।

सभी प्रतिभागियों का स्वागत करते हुए उन्होंने यह आश्वासन दिलाया कि यह कार्यशाला सभी के लिए अत्यधिक ज्ञानवर्धक सिद्ध होगी तथा यह कार्यशाला सभी के लेखन कौशल विकास को समृद्ध बनाएगी।  

कार्यकारिणी समिति के आदरणीय सदस्यों ने कार्यशाला के नियमों से सभी प्रतिभागियों को परिचित करवाया। सभी प्रतिभागियों ने आकर्षक ढंग से अपना संक्षिप्त परिचय दिया।

इसके पश्चात उन्होंने आज के वक्ता प्रोफेसर रहमान मुसव्विर, जामिया मिलिया इस्लामिया विश्वविद्यालय में कार्यरत प्रवक्ता का अभिनंदन किया।

योग  सत्र
दिनांक : 6 से  8 फरवरी, 2024

हिंदी लेखक कार्यशाला के अंतर्गत दिनांक 6 से 8 फरवरी 2024 को प्रातः 6:45 से 7:15 तक योग सत्र का आयोजन किया गया । योग  सत्र का आरंभ ‘ओम ‘के मंत्रोच्चारण से किया गया । तत्पश्चात विभिन्न आसनों-मंडूक आसन, वज्रासन, ताड़ासन, तितली आसन एवं सूर्य नमस्कार आसन के द्वारा प्रतिभागियों में शारीरिक व मानसिक अनुशासन का संतुलन बनाया गया । योग विशेषज्ञ श्री सुभाष जी  ने योग के विभिन्न लाभों से परिचित कराते हुए कहा कि  योग संगीत की तरह है जो शरीर की लय, मन की मधुरता, आत्मा के सद्भाव को मिलाकर जीवन को एक सुर में पिरोते हैं।

योग के द्वारा शरीर पुष्ट होता है, बुद्धि तेज होती है, अंग-प्रत्यंग में रक्त प्रवाहित होने से स्फूर्ति आती है, मांसपेशियाँ सुदृढ़ होती हैं, पाचनशक्ति ठीक रहती है।

योग सत्र के दूसरे दिन योगाचार्य अरविन्द जी ने बताया कि योग मन और आत्मा की अनंत क्षमता को बढ़ाकर आत्मज्ञान की प्राप्ति करवाता है। योग से हमारा मस्तिष्क एकाग्रचित्त होकर कार्य  करता है  और मन में अच्छे विचार पैदा होते हैं।

योग सत्र के तीसरे दिन आचार्य जी ने सामान्य अनुलोम-विलोम और प्राणायाम आदि से योगाभ्यास की शुरुआत की ।

सत्र का समापन गायत्री मंत्र के समवेत उच्चारण से किया गया । सत्र के दौरान सभी प्रतिभागियों ने सक्रिय रूप से भाग लिया और लाभान्वित हुए।

दिनांक : 7 फरवरी, 2024
विषय :

अतिथि वक्ता- दिव्यप्रकाश दुबे (लेखक एवं किस्सागो)

कार्यशाला के दूसरे दिन के प्रथम सत्र का आरंभ प्रतिभागियों की प्रस्तुतियों से हुआ, जो वे लिखकर लाये थे | तत्पश्चात श्री दिव्यप्रकाश दूबे जी द्वारा उनका विश्लेषण किया गया एवं घृणा, प्रेम, ईर्ष्या, नफ़रत जैसे भावों पर भी चर्चा की गई |

कहानी कैसे शुरू हुई ? इसके बारे में बताया | सत्र को रोचक बनाते हुए उन्होंने बीच - बीच में कुछ गतिविधियों का आयोजन भी किया , जैसे सर्वप्रथम उन्होंने ' मैं कहानी क्यों लिखना चाहती /चाहता हूँ ' विषय पर गतिविधि करवाई और इसके माध्यम से उन्होंने यह बताया कि इस गतिविधि का उद्देश्य यह है कि यदि आप भविष्य में कथा - लेखन अथवा लेखन. के क्षेत्र में आगे बढ़ते हैं तो उसमें आने वाली परेशानियों का आप सामना कर सकें और अपने द्वारा चुने हुए मार्ग की अवहेलना न करें |

कहानी के संबंध में उन्होंने महत्त्वपूर्ण बात यह बताई कि कहानी में पात्रों के साथ - साथ एक अवरोधक तत्त्व अवश्य होना चाहिए ताकि कहानी में रूचि उत्पन्न हो सके | कहानी लेखन के कुछ महत्त्वपूर्ण बिंदुओं पर भी प्रकाश डाला|

कहानी के साथ-साथ उन्होंने कहानीकार पर भी प्रकाश डालते हुए कहा कि कहानीकार का काम यह नहीं है कि दुनिया कैसी होनी चाहिए ?  वह अपनी कहानी में एक दुनिया दिखाता है| इसमें वह उपदेश देने से बचता है| अपने इन बिंदुओं को उन्होंने कुछ फ़िल्मों और उनके पात्रों के माध्यम से बखूबी समझाया|
अपने वक्तव्य के दौरान श्री दिव्यप्रकाश दूबे जी ने किस्सा,  उपन्यास और लघुकथा पर भी प्रकाश डाला|

पूरे सत्र को श्री दिव्यप्रकाश दूबे जी ने बहुत ही रोचक और सरल ढंग से प्रस्तुत करते हुए प्रतिभागियों को कथा लेखन के लिए प्रेरित किया | आज का यह सत्र सभी प्रतिभागियों के लिए ज्ञानवर्धक, उपयोगी एवं आनंददायी रहा |

दिनांक : 8 फरवरी, 2024
विषय -  
केस स्टडी
कहानियों का विश्लेषण-
1. गुप्ता जी की प्रतिज्ञा
2. यादव कोचिंग सेंटर
अतिथि वक्ता - श्री दिव्य प्रकाश दुबे

हिंदी लेखक कार्यशाला  की शृंखला में यह द्वित्तीय चरण था। जिसमें कहानी ‘गुप्ता जी की प्रतिज्ञा’ और ‘यादव कोचिंग सेंटर’ की केस स्टडी के अंतर्गत हमने बहुत कुछ सीखा । कहानी का विश्लेषणात्मक अध्ययन किया गया। कहानी का स्वरूप,कहानी के संवाद एवं कहानी के पात्रों पर चर्चा हुई। कहानी के मुख्य पात्र गुप्ता जी के संवादों द्वारा एक ऐसे पात्र की चर्चा हुई जो जीवन की आपाधापी में अपने परिवार को समय नही दे पाता और अंत में अपने प्रेम को पत्नी के प्रति अभिव्यक्त करने की भावना  प्रदर्शित करता है । उन्होंने गुप्ता जी की प्रतिज्ञा और यादव कोचिंग सेंटर  द्वारा कहानियों का विश्लेषण कैसे किया जाए,  वह भी अच्छी तरह से समझाया। उन्होंने हिंदी के अलावा उर्दू भाषा पर भी चर्चा की ।

चर्चा आगे बढ़ाते हुए कहानी के विकास तथा संवेगात्मक रूप पर भी चर्चा की गई जैसे कहानी का टाइम फ्रेम क्या है ? कहानी में कौन से भाव उद्दीपन के रूप में आते हैं?  प्रतिभागियों को उनके जीवन  पर आधारित अनुभवों को कहानी के

रूप में कैसे बांधा जाए, इसका अभ्यास करवाया गया। दुबे सर ने बताया कि कहानी में नए-नए मोड़ होने चाहिए जो श्रोता और पाठक के मन में जिज्ञासा उत्पन्न करें, वही एक सफल कहानी कहलाती है ।

दिनांक : 8 फरवरी, 2024
विषय -  

अतिथि वक्ता - श्री दिव्य प्रकाश दुबे
(लेखक एवम् क़िस्सागो)

सत्र का प्रारम्भ दिव्य प्रकाश दुबे जी ने श्रव्य कहानी (ऑडियो स्टोरी) को समझाते हुए किया, जिसमें उन्होंने लिखित और श्रव्य कहानी के बुनियादी अंतर को स्पष्ट किया।पिया मिलन चौक और दिल लोकल जैसी श्रव्य कहानियों की सीरीज़ के माध्यम से, मुख्य किरदारों और कथावस्तु के द्वारा हमने सीखा कि कहानी में सूचनाओं को संवेदनाओं में ढालने पर ही कोई घटना प्रभावित करती है। कल सात कहानियाँ निर्धारित की गई थीं। प्रत्येक कहानी को सात शिक्षकों के एक समूह ने आज के सत्र में सुनाया।

सभी कहानियाँ जो कल एक रोचक मोड़ पर छोड़ दी गई थीं आज पूरी हुईं। एक-एक कहानी को लेकर श्री दिव्य प्रकाश दुबे जी ने विस्तृत चर्चा करते हुए उसे कसौटी पर कसकर उसकी विशेषताएँ और कमियाँ बताईं, साथ ही उन्हें दूर करने के तरीके भी सुझाए।इस सत्र के माध्यम से हम सभी ने सीखा कि कहानी कब कमज़ोर पड़ जाती है और किस तरह उसमें जान डालकर उसे एक नई सूरत दी जाती है।

पूरे सत्र के दौरान हम सभी शिक्षक प्रश्न पूछने के लिए स्वतंत्र थे । शिक्षकों ने कहानी के किरदारों, कथानक, संवाद, देश-काल परिस्थिति और कहानी को नया मोड़ देने सम्बन्धी अनेक प्रश्न पूछे और दुबे जी ने अपनी सहज शैली में उनके रोचक उत्तर दिए और संदेहों का समाधान किया।

दिनांक : 8 फरवरी, 2024
अतिथि वक्ता: श्री दिव्य प्रकाश दुबे
विषय -

पहले भाग के रूप में विभिन्न प्रतिभागियों द्वारा लिखी गई कहानियों, विशेष रूप से चरित्र-चित्रणों पर चर्चा की गई। अतिथि वक्ता द्वारा लेखकों द्वारा अपनी रचनाओं को बेहतर बनाने के लिए एक चरित्र को गढ़ने को कहा गया। तदुपरांत कैसे उस चरित्र के आस-पास कहानी को बुना जा सकता है, इसका अभ्यास करवाया गया। वक्ता द्वारा लेखक को अपनी कथा के मोह को त्यागने की बात भी बताई गई। इस बात पर ज़ोर दिया गया कि कृति के प्रति आत्ममुग्धता कहानी और कहानीकार दोनों को कमज़ोर बनाती है।

सत्र के दूसरे भाग में कहानी लिखने की प्रक्रिया और उसे प्रकाशित करने की विधियों के बारे में विस्तार से चर्चा हुई। प्रकाशन के पारंपरिक तरीकों के साथ-साथ समसामयिक विधि, यथा डिजिटल माध्यमों पर प्रकाशन की प्रक्रिया को समझाया गया। इसी क्रम में कहानी और पटकथा-लेखन के मध्य अंतर पर भी बात की गई। उन्होंने श्रव्य एवं दृश्य माध्यमों में लेखन के मूलभूत सिद्धांतो पर विभिन्न उदाहरणों द्वारा प्रकाश डाला।

समापन समारोह

8 फरवरी 2024

कार्यशाला के अंतिम दिन, समापन समारोह के दौरान मानव संसाधन विकास केंद्र दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल सोसायटी की कार्यकारी निदेशिका सुश्री वनिता सहगल जी ने सम्पूर्ण कार्यशाला के कार्यक्रम को संक्षिप्त रूप में प्रस्तुत किया एवं भविष्य में होने वाली कार्यशालाओं के विषय में बताया | डीपीएस श्रीनगर की शिक्षिका ने कार्यशाला सम्बन्धी अनुभवों को सभी प्रतिभागियों के प्रतिनिधि के रूप में साझा किया | एक शिक्षिका ने स्वरचित कविता का वाचन किया | तत्पश्चात सुश्री वनिता सहगल जी ने सभी प्रतिभागियों को प्रतिभागिता प्रमाण पत्र प्रदान किए | सुश्री सुदेशना द्वारा धन्यवाद - ज्ञापन के साथ त्रिदिवसीय कार्यशाला का समापन हुआ |

FINANCIAL LITERACY AND USE OF DIGITAL TOOLS

Day/Date: Saturday, 03 February 2024

Delhi Public School, Dwarka in association with C.B.S.E. organised a workshop on 'Financial Literacy and Use of Digital Tools' on 03 February 2024. The workshop was conducted by Mr. Ram Kumar Gupta, a resource person from C.B.S.E. Mr. Ram Kumar Gupta is a seasoned professional and certified financial planner with more than two decades of hands-on experience in direct sales and courseware development in the financial planning industry. He brought a wealth of expertise to the session.

Mr. Gupta shared insights on budgeting, saving and investing wisely to achieve one's financial goals. He stressed the importance of diversification, emergency funds and long term planning for a secure financial future. He recommended and demonstrated the use of digital budgeting apps to set financial goals, explained the benefits and potential risks associated with online banking-emphasising secure practices. He recommended websites and apps designed for effective budgeting. Using examples from daily life, he discussed reputable online platforms emphasising factors like fee and investment options.

The key takeaways of the session were:
* Relevance of Portfolio Management
* Tax Planning
* Life Insurance versus Term Insurance
* Cyber Frauds
* Knowledge of SIPs, Mutual Funds and Equity Investments
* Significance of Long Term investment in Stocks
* Retirement Planning

The goal of the session was to empower the attendee teachers with the knowledge and skills to navigate the digital financial landscape responsibly, and make informed choices for their financial well-being.

The session proved advantageous for the participants as it addressed their investment queries, enlightening them on the significance of prudently managing their income.

FINANCIAL LITERACY & USE OF DIGITAL TOOLS

Day/Date: Friday, 19 January 2024

DPS Dwarka organized a training session on Financial Literacy and Digital Tools to sensitize teachers about basic financial planning tips and techniques. This session driven by the CBSE, was conducted on 19th January in the School Auditorium by   Mr. Ram Kumar Gupta, a certified Financial Planner and a former educator cum trainer. The session focussed to create awareness about some tax saving plans and their benefits. The speaker also highlighted the importance of SIPs, Shares and Mutual Funds and ways to maximise savings. He also shared some real life examples and emphasized on the significance of long-term investment in Stocks. Further, he explained the principles of Personal Money Management and suggested websites to enhance the knowledge and understanding of many Mutual Funds and Equity companies.
Some of the key takeaways for the teachers were:

The session was informative as it gave an insight into the basics of financial planning. Overall, it was an enriching experience for all the teachers.

 

WORKSHOP ON “EVERYONE CAN DRAW: SKETCHING AND DRAWING”

Day/Date: Wednesday, 27 December 2023

An enriching and engagingworkshop was conducted by Ms. Swati Dangwal for the teachers of Pre-School and Pre-Primary on Wednesday, December 27, 2023 on “Everyone Can Draw”, based on her learnings and experiences gained at HRDC DPSS.
Well-thought activities were conducted in an hour-long session. In the first activity, teachers were prompted to interpret and utilize a commonplace object, specifically a muffler, in a non-conventional manner. This exercise aimed to stimulate 'out-of-the-box' thinking among teachers, underscoring the innate creative capacity inherent in children. The intention was to emphasize the role of educators in nurturing and fostering this inherent ability within their students.
In the second activity, teachers were initially tasked with sketching a cat and subsequently, a sleeping cat. This exercise served to illustrate that art affords individuals the liberty to interpret subjects based on personal perception, emphasizing the absence of definitive right or wrong outcomes in artistic expression. The underlying message conveyed was that acknowledging and appreciating a child's artwork, irrespective of its deviation from reality, plays a pivotal role in fostering confidence and self-assurance.
For the third activity, teachers wereengaged in a collaborative exercise, working in pairs. One teacher was presented with a drawing depicting a village scene, while the other teacher had to recreate the same scene solely relying on verbal instructions from her partner. This activity underscored the integral role of such exercises in facilitating language development. It illuminated the multifaceted nature of art, transcending its conventional boundaries and serving as a conduit for the integration of historical, mathematical, and scientific thinking in children."
Key takeaways from the workshop included the appreciation for diverse perspectives in art and the understanding that art does not demand perfection. For kids, engaging in artistic expression is a pathway to self-discovery, enabling them to communicate thoughts and emotions in a language beyond words. By incorporating art into the curriculum, educators have the power to foster a generation of thinkers – individuals capable of innovative ideas, open-mindedness, and a deep understanding of the world around them. It is through artistic exploration that we can create, nurture, and develop young minds into visionaries who approach challenges with creativity, resilience, and a broad perspective.

‘FOUNDATIONAL LEARNING WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS’ 

Day/Date: Saturday, 23 December 2023

An enriching and lively workshop was organised by Oxford University Press on the topic ‘‘Foundational Learning for Teachers’. It was conducted by Ms. Sonia Relia. A TedX speaker, author and teacher parent facilitator, she has developed activity based program KINOLEARN AND KINOPHONICS.

The workshop began with a discussion on the key characteristics of the National Curriculum Framework (NCF Foundational Stage) as envisioned by the NEP 2020. The fundamental stage emphasizes developing vital skills that create the building blocks of future learning. It involves numeracy skills, language and communication skills, motor skills, problem-solving competencies and social-emotional competencies.
The workshop showcased activity based curriculum for developing skills and domains with experiential learning that is fun-filled and flexible, includes folk and local culture, guidelines and goals creating joyful knowledge using a simple learning kit for reaching learning milestones activities like vocabulary wall, looking in the mirror, pairing working etc. were taken up. It had answers to questions that are researched in India and are based on resources that are easily available in the smallest places with activities for small groups, large groups, along with storytelling. The significance of Panch Kosha Vikas developing the socio-emotional and ethical domains, language domains, culture and aesthetic domains, cognitive domains, and physical domains were all emphasized upon
Based on the OUP product – ‘The Learning Train’ the workshop was enriching and effective significantly for classes Pre-School, Pre-Primary, class I & II.

WORKSHOP ON PROGRAMME IN LIBRARY SCIENCE

 Dates: 21-22 December 2023

An enriching and engaging workshop was conducted by the HRD Centre,  DPS Society on Thursday, 21 December 2023 & Friday  22 December 2023 on Library Science.
The workshop was for the Librarians. The two day workshop had six sessions - “User Engagement in the Library”, “Learning Management System and demo on Moodle”, “Introduction to Digital Library Services”, “DSpace Introduction and Administration and Metadata and Search in DSpace”, “Demo on DSpace”,  “Introduction to Library Automation and Management History, Need, Advantages and Challenges”, “Library Automation Software” and “Demo on Koha”.  
The resource persons Mr. Girdhar Kunkun,  Mr.  Vinit Kumar, Dr A. R. D. Prasad and Dr. Mohit Garg covered various strategies and activities to constructively engage Library user and the challenges we face nowadays as the user is an Alfa generation, well equipped and technology driven. Through the extensive session, we learnt about various open-source online teaching-learning management software. The sessions were really helpful to implement a Digital Library in the school. The demo sessions provided valuable insights into the platform’s capabilities and potential benefits for our organisation. The interactive session allowed participants to grasp the practical aspects of the online software’s.
There have been a bagful of takeaway from my experience in this programme. They explained the role of the librarians to bring the world to their library and make users involve in the library activities and as well as the librarian herself to make their library a modern place with latest management system by separating routine job in the presence of the users .
The workshop ended with a valedictory function where in the Librarians were given their certificate. The session was insightful and motivated librarians to explore their potential. At the end vote of thanks was proposed by the resource persons.
 

WORKSHOP ON PROGRAMME IN FINE ARTS

Dates: 15-16 December 2023

An enriching and engaging residential workshop was conducted by HRDC DPSS on Friday, 15 December 2023 & Saturday 16 December 2023 on Fine Arts. There were teachers from 42 DPS schools across India.
The workshop was meant for teachers who did not have an art background. The two-day workshop had three sessions - “Simplified Landscape”, “Everyone Can Draw: Sketching and Drawing” and “Fundamentals of Modern Art and Methodology”. The resource persons Mr. Mandhar Marathe, Mr. Shardul Kadam and Mr. Ashwani Kumar Prithviwasi explained the history of each genre with immense details and techniques. They even made us practice the art practically on canvas and sheets. They provided us paints, brushes, canvas & easels. The participants also put up an exhibition of their art work on Saturday, 16 December 2023 which was graced by Dr. Meera Sethi, Ex head of International Organisation for Migration in India and Ms. Namita Pradhan, Hony. Treasurer, DPS Society.
There was a bagful of take aways from my experience in this programme. As a teacher, I learnt that each drawing deserves appreciation because all of us have different perspectives. We should reinstill the belief amongst learners that everyone has the ability to draw. I learnt that art is inter-disciplinary and involves language, science and mathematics too. As the resource person Mr. Shardul Kadam said, art is a discipline that is not bounded to be perfect.
The workshop ended with a valedictory function where in the teachers were given the certificates.
The session was insightful and motivated teachers to explore their potential to become an artist and also make the children develop passion for art.

WEBINAR ON MATHEMATICS

Day/ Date: Tuesday, 07 Nov 2023

As a part of HRDC Online Training Sessions, a webinar was conducted on ‘Various Equations and Polynomials ‘by Dr. Mridula Budhraja, Assistant Professor (Shivaji College, DU). She gave an insight about the contribution of different civilizations in the development of equations ranging from Babylonians to Euclid to Indian mathematicians. The resource person explained the geometrical representation of various equations for finding their solutions.
The workshop focused on quadratic ,cubic, quartic,and quintic polynomials and few short cut methods of solving these . She discussed the works of mathematicians like Aryabhatta ,Bhaskaracharya ,Al-Khwarizni,Cardano and Euler.
The seminar concluded with an interactive doubt clearing session. It was truely an enriching experience .

WEBINAR ON CELEBRATE ‘REPROGRAM YOUR BRAIN’

Day/Date: Sunday, 29 October 2023

A webinar on ‘REPROGRAM YOUR BRAIN’ was organized by Tech Programming CSIT. Re programming the brain is a concept that has gained popularity in recent years. It refers to the process of changing the way we think, feel and behave by creating new neural pathways in our brain. Our brain is not designed for the rapid pace of changes happening all around us. This may trigger a sense of fear anxiety and limit our thinking. Re programming our brain helps us to be more agile and adapt to the changes more effectively.
The resource person, Mr Sharad spoke about the meaning of re programming the brain, the need to re program the brain, how to transform one’s mindset, how to manage one’s habits, and the benefits of this process.
Tricks and strategies to train one’s brain to do difficult tasks and increase productivity and creativity to the next level were discussed. Re programming helps us to be able to detach ourselves from negative thought patterns, improve our mental health too.
The resource person concluded by emphasizing that re programming one’s brain is a process and not the destination.
The session was enriching and informative.

FUTURE CAREERS IN HUMANITIES & COMMERCE

Day/Date: Sunday, 29 October 2023

A Teacher Training Program “CLASSROOM TO CAREER” for teachers on Future Careers in Humanities & Commerce was held on 29 October 2023, to Become First Level Counselors for the students and get a holistic view on how the subjects is taught in the class lead to futuristic careers.

The role of Political Science in the workshop for first level counsellors for students and future career development can be multifaced-

The Contextual Understanding:
Political Science provides the foundation for understanding the political, social and economic context that can significantly influence a student’s career choices and opportunities. It helps counsellors to grasp the impact of government politics, international relations and practical ideologies on career prospects.

Career Guidance:
Political Science equips counsellors with knowledge about a wide range of careers related to politics, public administration international relations and more. This enables them to provide informed guidance to students interested in these fields.

Critical thinking and Analysis:
Political Science encourages critical thinking, analytical skills and the ability to evaluate information objectively. Counsellors can use these skills to help students make influenced decisions about their future careers.

Understanding Diverse Perspectives:
Help the students to learn to work with people from various background.

Global Awareness:
Counsellor can guide students interests in global career or working in international organization.

Ethical and Moral Values:
Counselors can focus on Political Science involvement in discussion of ethnic and morality in politics and reflects on these principles and consider them in their career choice.
New career in Political Science discussed were:

Workshop enhanced counsellor’s abilities to guide students effectively in their career choices and personal development. It was thought provoking workshop.

COUNSELLING APPROACHES

Day/Date: Thursday, 26 October 2023

 On 26 October 2023, CBSE has organised online continuous professional development programmes for teachers.  I have attended one of those programs based on the topic—Counselling Approaches.
The workshop started with the introduction of the topic and the resource person involved all the participants in the discussion. She discussed about the concept of counselling, how is it done and what is the use of counselling at school level. It was followed by different approaches of counselling like directive counselling, non-directive counselling and eclectic counselling approach.  Then she also discussed about the advantages and disadvantages of different forms of counselling.  She also talked about the role of a counsellor in various approaches. Later she talked about the steps in counselling like diagnosis, analysis and preparation of tentative plan and proper handling of related problems.  Towards the end the types of individual therapy were also discussed and what are the counselling outcomes in the process of counselling were taken in detail.  Some of the outcomes are like change in behaviour, change in attitude, coping ability, relief of emotions stress.
Overall, it was a very informative and fruitful workshop. I am thankful to the authorities for giving me this chance to attend the workshop.

HRDC RESIDENTIAL WORKSHOP

Day/Date: Friday, October 27, 2023 to Monday, October 30, 2023

The Human Resource Development Centre, Delhi Public School Society organized an In Person Residential Programme in Mathematics for Middle School Teachers from Friday, October 27, 2023 to Monday, October 30, 2023.

Day 1: 27th October’23

He suggested numerous exercises/ tasks/ methods/ strategies which can be incorporated in classrooms to strengthen student’s concepts.

Day 2: 28th October’ 23

He emphasized that the main goal of Mathematics is to mathematise the child’s thought processes, instead of knowing a lot of Mathematics it is useful to know how to think mathematically and logically.

He suggested that the beginning of a new chapter is the most important aspect of learning outcome for children and hence should be made interesting with a story as it engages students and develop a strong connection between the teacher and the taught. He also suggested that the use of calculators should be prohibited in future also specially till Middle School. Children should be encouraged to solve the problems related to basic mathematical operations manually and quickly.

Day 3: 29th October’23

In this session we have learnt how to create low cost TLM for making Mathematics concept learning interesting. The activities demonstrated in the whole session were a good take away as all of them were very practical for the teaching learning process.

Day 4: 30th October’23

Dr. Bhatt started the session by sharing his personal and professional experiences in the field of Mathematics teaching and Statistics.

He emphasized on a story-based approach to create interest about the concept in students. While framing an equation if teacher starts with real life situation, then, students can correlate it, which easily helps to understand the concept.

Yoga sessions were also conducted on the second and third day. The session kept us energetic and focused throughout the day.

Also, the participants shared their Best Teaching Practices which was very interesting and informative. Attending this workshop was a great learning experience and I enjoyed it thoroughly.

ONBOARDING OF SCHOOL ON SKILL INDIA PORTAL AS SKILL HUBS UNDER

Day/Date: Thursday, 19 October 2023

The skill India Portal served as a platform to connect job seekers with skill development programme and job opportunities especially in school. Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana initiative aimed at enhancing the skills of the Indian work force including the students of schools for development of future potentials.
Pre- Requisites of skill hubs include availability of adequate classrooms for theory classes and laboratory.
This was an extremely informative webinar to bring changes in the school education system.

DEVELOPMENT OF E-CONTENT VIDEO RESOURCES

Dates:  16 October to 20 October 2023

The workshop was conducted by- Dr. Pranita Gopal, Assistant Professor, CIET-NCERT, New Delhi

Workshop was organised by NCERT

The primary objective of the workshop is to enhancing the understanding and skills of participants in creating effective electronic content for video-based educational materials. The workshop covered a range of topics related to e-content development for video resources. The workshop began with an in-depth discussion on the concept of e-content and its significance in modern education. Participants gained insights into the various types of e-content, including text, images, audio, and video. The workshop emphasized the importance of aligning e-content with educational pedagogy. Participants explored various instructional design models and best practices for integrating e-content into teaching. Real-world case studies and examples of successful e-content development in various educational settings were presented to inspire and educate participants. Participants left with enhanced skills and a deeper appreciation for the role of e-content in modern education. It was a very fruitful workshop.

CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAM CONDUCTED BY CBSE 

 Dates: 11 October 2023 to 13 October 2023

The Capacity Building Program for Teachers Teaching Artificial Intelligence in Class IX was conducted to equip educators with the knowledge, skills, and resources necessary to effectively teach AI concepts in the ninth-grade curriculum.
-           It was attended by more than 40 enthusiastic educators from various schools.
-           The program aimed to enhance the understanding of AI technology, its applications, and the pedagogical methods required to engage students in this emerging field.
The primary objectives of the program were:

-           Day 1-
*          The resource person explained the CBSE curriculum designed for class IX. Sub units – Excite, Relate, Purpose, Possibilities and AI ethics were explained in detail.
*          Websites like Semantris and Quick Draw were introduced. Smart cities, Smart phones and Smart homes and their relevance in today’s world was explained.
*          Games like Rock,Paper, Scissor through AI was introduced.
*          Definition of AI and how a computer can be made artificially intelligent.
*          Various AI Domains like Data, Computer Vision and NLP (Natural Language Processing)
*          A letter to your future self, 10 years from now can be introduced to the students and what technological advances do they expect after 10 years.

-           Day 2 –
*          An AI Quiz was conducted by the resource person.
*          AI project cycle and its relevance was explained in detail.
*          4Ws Problem Canvas was discussed.(Who, What, Where and Why)
*          17 sustainable development goals were discussed and how they can be used to develop an AI model and project.
*          Difference between AI, ML (Machine learning) and DL (Deep learning ) was clarified and how they are interdependent on each other.
*          Websites like https://aifacilitator.community and https://datavizcatalogue.com/  were introduced for future content sharing on Artificial Intelligence.
-           Day 3 –
*          Types of approaches when building models in  AI were discussed in great detail with examples.
*          AI ethics along with AI Bias and AI access was discussed.
*          Types of models in AI- Rule based approach and Machine learning approach. Machine Learning models and their usage.
*          Finally the neural network was explained and how a neural network code looks like.
-           The knowledge and skills acquired by the teachers during this program will undoubtedly have a positive and lasting impact on the quality of AI education in Class IX, ultimately contributing to the development of future AI leaders and innovators.

INDIAN POLITICS TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS

Day/Date: Thursday,13 October 2023

On 13 October 2023, a highly informative and thought-provoking webinar titled “Indian Politics trends and development” was presented by Professor Shashikant Pandey. The event provided a comprehensive overview of the ever-evading landscape of Indian Politics and its key trends and developments.
Issues like Indo-Canadian ties were also discussed in the workshop. The workshop was very informative.

COUNSELLING TECHNIQUES

Day/ Date: Thursday, 13 October 2023

The resource person started the workshop by explaining the difference between guidance and counselling. Ms. Raturi, who was well versed in the subject pointed out how small slogans and posters on positive affirmations in the classroom can help the students set short-time and long-time goals.
She delved deep in emphasizing how the unconscious mind anticipates a problem, works through our belief system and affects our emotional and physical  well-being. The slides of the PPT were visually very appealing.
The webinar concluded with an interactive question and answer session. The speaker could truly engage her audience and left an inspiring impact on them.

WEBINAR  ON HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

Day/Date: Monday, October 9, 2023

On October 9, 2023 a webinar was organised by DPSS HRDC on  Human Development from 2:30-4:30pm. It was conducted by Prof. Subhakanta Mohapatra, Discipline of Geography, School of Sciences, Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) New Delhi.
Prof. Subhakanta Mohapatra started the session and said that Human Development has two sides, the formation of human capabilities such as improved health, knowledge, and skills and the use people make of their acquired capabilities - for leisure, productive purposes or for being active in cultural, social and political affairs. He added if the scales of human development do not finely balance the two sides, considerable human frustration may result.
The highlights of the session are as follows:

The Vote of Thanks was delivered by Ms. Jyoti Sharma, Joint Director, HRDC,

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

Dates: 9 October to 13 October 2023

The workshop was conducted by Mr. Shankar Subbiah S Director, Agate Infotek Chennai Tamil Nadu

Workshop was organised by NCERT

The focus of the workshop is  the importance of digital technology in enhancing the lives of children with special needs. The workshop emphasized the significance of adaptive learning platforms that can be tailored to individual needs. These platforms can adapt content and pacing, ensuring a more personalized learning experience for children with special needs. Various assistive technologies, including communication apps, screen readers, and sensory devices, were showcased during the workshop. Participants discussed how these tools can empower children with special needs to communicate and access educational resources effectively. The workshop acknowledged several challenges, such as the cost of specialized technology, the need for ongoing training, and the digital divide among special needs children. However, participants recognized the opportunities for innovation and collaboration in addressing these challenges.
It was a very fruitful workshop.

PLANNING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Day/Date : Friday, 06 October 2023

On October 6 2023, HRDC DPSS organized a webinar from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm featuring Dr. Rolee Kanchan Professor department of Geography faculty of science the MS university of Baroda as the speaker.
The topic discussed was “Planning and Sustainable Development”. Dr. Rolee discussed about Sustainable Development. She further emphasised on the importance of planning various steps involved in planning were discussed and emphasised that planning is prerequisite for Sustainable development.
The workshop provided valuable insights

PLATE TECTONICS: A REVOLUTION IN EARTH SCIENCES

Day/Date : Thursday, 05 October 2023

The workshop conducted by Dr. Meenal Mishra on the topic Plate Tectonics was very interactive and educative.
Plate tectonics is a scientific theory that explains how major landforms are created as a result of Earth’s Sub terranean movements. The whole history of its development was explained in detail with lots of slides and videos that has made it very interesting. Questions of the participants were taken up alongside at every step by Dr. Meenal.
The concept of Geological events, Paleontological evidences, Seafloor spreading, Conventional currents, Major lithospheric plates with plate boundaries, Terminologies associated with earthquakes and volcanoes were explained quite impressively and in detail.
It was really very nice to learn from Dr. Meenal. The presentation and PPT were very interesting and educative. I have learnt to present the topic of plate tectonics to children and how to make my presentation on the topic more interesting and keep my students engaged during the discussion.

MINERAL AND ENERGY RESOURCES

Day/Date: Tuesday, 03 October 2023

On October 3 2023, HRDC DPSS organized a webinar from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm featuring Dr. Meenal Mishra Professor of the Department of Geology at Indira Gandhi National Open University Delhi, as the speaker.
The topic discussed was "Mineral and Energy Resources" Dr. Meenal discussed Natural Resources as gifts of nature. She further explained about Minerals, their importance in our life, Types and classification of minerals on various parameters. She also covered Energy resources which are very important for the development of the county
The workshop provided valuable insights

MINERAL AND ENERGY RESOURCES

Day/Date: Tuesday, 03 October 2023

On October 3 2023, HRDC  DPSS organized a webinar from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm featuring Dr. Meenal Mishra Professor of the Department of Geology at Indira Gandhi National Open University Delhi , as the speaker.
The topic discussed was "Mineral And Energy Resources" Dr. Meenal discussed Natural Resources as gifts of nature. She further explained about Minerals, their importance in our life, Types and classification of minerals on various parameters. She also covered Energy resources which are very important for the development of the county

The webinar concluded with a vote of thanks by Dr. Sandeep Kumar Jain, Joint Secretary(Training), CBSE.

DIGITAL WELLNESS

Dates: 2 October to 6 October 2023

Workshop was conducted by- Prof. (Mrs) Gowramma I.P..Professor in Education Regional Institute of Education (RIE), NCERT, Bhubaneswar

Workshop was organised by NCERT


The focus of workshop was to raise awareness about the challenges associated with excessive screen time and provide practical solutions to improve digital well-being. The workshop began with a comprehensive discussion on the definition of digital wellness. It was agreed that digital wellness encompasses the balance between technology use and personal well-being, focusing on aspects such as physical health, mental health, and social connections. The group examined the detrimental effects of prolonged screen time, including sleep disturbances, eye strain, and increased stress levels. Participants shared their personal experiences and highlighted the need for better digital habits. The group acknowledged the importance of educating children about digital wellness from an early age. Participants shared tips and resources for parents to guide their children's digital usage. The workshop served as a starting point for individuals and organizations to actively address digital wellness concerns.
It was a very fruitful workshop.

WEBINAR ON CYBER SECURITY AND SAFETY

Day/Date: Friday, 29 September 2023

The webinar emphasized the significance of ensuring safety and security in the evolving cyber landscape.

Key Discussion Points:

  1. Importance of Cyber Security:

Mr. Giri began by highlighting the critical importance of cyber security in today’s technologically driven world. He discussed the rising threats and the potential risks individuals and organizations face due to cyber-attacks.

2. Cyber Threat Landscape:

The presenter delved into various types of cyber threats, including phishing, malware, ransomware, and social engineering. He stressed the need to stay informed about these threats to better protect oneself and one’s digital assets.

3. Best Practices for Cyber Safety:

Mr. Giri provided practical tips and best practices to enhance cyber safety. These included using strong passwords, regularly updating software, being cautious of suspicious emails and links, and implementing multi-factor authentication.

4. Data Privacy and Protection:

The workshop also covered the significance of data privacy and how individuals can take measures to protect their personal and sensitive information online. Mr. Giri discussed encryption, secure browsing, and safe storage of data.

5. Cyber Hygiene:

The concept of cyber hygiene was introduced, emphasizing the need for regular maintenance and good practices to ensure a safe online experience. Attendees were encouraged to regularly check their online presence and settings.

6. Awareness and Education:

Mr. Giri emphasized the importance of spreading awareness about cyber security within communities and organizations. He encouraged attendees to share knowledge and educate others on safe online practices.

WEBINAR ON COMPETENCY BASED ASSESSMENT

Day/Date: Friday, 29 September 2023

With an aim to make the educators understand the new evaluation methodology, an enriching  webinar was organized by CBSE from 3.30 pm to 5.00 pm on Friday, 29 September 2023 on the Topic Competency Based Assessment, to equip the educators with new skills. The Primary Wing Faculty members attended the webinar.
The webinar began with Mrs Sudesh Gulia, Under Secretary (Training), CBSE introducing the  resource person Mr. Shailendra Sigdel (Statistical Advisor UNESCO).
Competency-Based Assessment (CBA) is a widely adopted educational and professional evaluation approach that focuses on the mastery of specific skills, knowledge, and abilities. It is designed to move away from traditional grading systems and emphasizes the demonstration of skills and knowledge in real-world contexts.CBA is significant as it promotes student-centered learning and personalized education. It ensures that learners acquire practical skills that are relevant to their future careers. Assessment aligns with learning objectives and allows for continuous improvement.
It further highlighted that education and assessment must be competency based and should move parallel to each other. The emphasis must be given on concentrating on 5 P’s i.e Process, Priority, Product, Purpose and Partnership where one has to move from isolated to integrated, evaluation to reflection and feedback and from control to participation.
When implementing competency-based assessment techniques, it's essential to align assessment methods with clearly defined competency standards and learning outcomes. To map the essential competencies the Assessment Tools are rubrics, quizzes, matrix , performance assessments, simulations, portfolio reviews and checklists that help in evaluating. Additionally, providing constructive feedback and opportunities for improvement is crucial for improvement. Reflective practices encourage self-assessment and growth.
The webinar summed up that Competency-Based Assessment is a transformative approach that has the potential to bridge the gap between education and employment by focusing on the practical skills and competencies needed in the real world. While it presents challenges, its benefits and future prospects make it a valuable tool for educators, and learners alike. As the landscape of education and work continues to evolve, CBA will play an increasingly prominent role.

The webinar concluded with a vote of thanks by Dr. Sandeep Kumar Jain, Joint Secretary(Training), CBSE.

IN-PERSON RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMME IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

Day/Dates: Thursday 21 Sep 2023 – Sunday 24 Sep 2023

It was a 4-day residential workshop at HRDC with participants from various DPS schools. On the first day, after introductory session, Dr Amit Kumar (Professor at IIT Delhi) conducted a workshop on “Algorithmic Decision Making”. He shared his knowledge on computational problems, Program design, comparison of algorithms and abstract data types. The next session was delivered by Dr Atul Kumar (psc CEO at AKS Institute of Cyber Technology, Noida) on “ITSAT (Information Technology Security Awareness Training)”. It explained about various types of security threats and ways to make devices secure from all these threats. Various case studies were also taken during the session. The day ended with session on participants sharing best teaching practices they follow.
Next day started with a yoga session followed by workshops on “Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (AI)”, “Delving into Machine Learning and Deep Learning” and “Applications of Python on AI” by Dr Kamlesh Tiwari (Associate professor at BITS Pilani). He explained AI and related terms, difference between AI and DL, use of mathematics in ML, and Python. A session on “Computer System Organization” by Dr. Ritu Singhal (Associate Professor at IP College, University of Delhi) was also held focusing on computer system hardware parts, its structure and Number system conversion.
Third day started with a yoga session followed by workshops on “Implication of Generative AI on programming”, “Questions to Develop Critical Thinking and Assessing the ability to critique” by Dr. Viraj Kumar (IISc Bangalore). He explained AI tools for generating programmatic solutions and developing critical thinking and ability to critique among students. Various examples were discussed to explain the topic. Then a session on “Database Management System” was taken by Dr Harmeet Kaur (Hansraj College, University of Delhi) related to the structure and usage of DBMS.
Next day a session on “Computational Thinking” was taken by Dr. Manoj Aggarwal (University of Delhi). The session focused on developing computational thinking among students by using algorithms and flowcharts. Various examples were discussed to develop logical ability required to build code.
The programme ended with a Valedictory function, presided by Chief Guest Mr. Ravi Vira Gupta, member, DPS Society.

REAPPROACHING ANCIENT AND EARLY MEDIEVAL HISTORY THROUGH INSCRIPTIONS BLENDED LEARNING

Day/Date: Thursday  14 September 2023

The HRD Center of DPS society organized a webinar on 14 September 2023, on a very interesting and enriching topic - Reapproaching Ancient and Early Medieval History Through Inscriptions. The speaker was Dr Pallavi Prasad, Associate Professor, Department of History, Satyawati College.

Dr Pallavi started the session by identifying two types of sources – Archaeological and Literary. Numismatic studies have enabled historians to classify inscriptions into 3 types –

She went on to describe and decode some noteworthy inscriptions such as - Sohagaura Inscriptions, Hathigumtha Inscription, Allahabad Pillar Inscriptions etc. This gave a fresh impetus to a relatively uncovered topic in our texts.

I found this session to be very informative and engaging. Dr Pallavi patiently answered all the questions put up, actively engaging with the audience at every step. It was informative, educative and enjoyable.

CYBER SAFETY AND SECURITY

Day/Date: Tuesday, 12 September 2023


The session started with the discussion on Cyber Ethics including Intellectual Property Rights, Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks and GI Tags. The resource person explained the difference between the requirement of authorization and authentication for application security.
The webinar also emphasized on the importance of making children aware about the safety measures for dealing with internet threats like cyber bullying. The lecture concluded with the precautions required for safeguarding our data (online) through Cyber laws and Acts.
It was truly a fruitful session.

HARAPPAN CIVILISATION: RECENT PERSPECTIVES

Day/Date:Tuesday 12 September 2023

With the aim of publicizing new studies about the Harappan Civilisation, the HRD Center of DPS society organized a webinar on 12 September 2023. The speaker was Dr Yogender Dayma, Head of the History Department, Hansraj College.

Dr. Dayma began by describing the subtle differences in the many names, synonymously used for this civilisation. He went on to describe the salient features of the civilization – Town Planning, Agriculture, Economy, Crafts, Religion etc.

He spent a great deal of time in explaining the possible causes of the decline of the civilization, while stressing that everything we deduce is mostly conjectural as no significant writing of this culture has been found, making future decipherments also a questionable endeavour.

Dr. Dayma explained each topic with enthusiasm and patiently took all the questions put up by the attendees. The session ended with the Vote Of Thanks proposed by Ms. M. Sudeshna, Joint Director, HRDC, DPSS.

BLENDED LEARNING

Dates: 11-15 September 2023

The “Blended Learning of NCERT” webinar was held from 11 to 15 September, aiming to enhance understanding and application of blended learning methods in the educational domain. This report summarizes the key insights and takeaways from the webinar.

Key Objectives:

  1. Understand the concept of blended learning and its integration into the education system.
  2. Explore the role of National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) in promoting blended learning.
  3. Learn effective strategies and tools for implementing blended learning.

Key Insights and Learning:

Blended Learning Overview:
The webinar provided a comprehensive understanding of blended learning, which combines traditional classroom teaching with online learning components. It highlighted its potential to optimize learning outcomes and student engagement.
NCERT’s Initiatives:
The role of NCERT in promoting blended learning was discussed, emphasizing its efforts to integrate technology and digital resources into the education system. This includes online platforms, e-books, and interactive learning modules.
Effective Blended Learning Strategies:
Participants were exposed to various effective blended learning strategies, such as flipped classrooms, personalized learning paths, and synchronous/asynchronous learning. These strategies aim to tailor learning experiences to individual student needs.
Utilization of Educational Technology:
The webinar showcased the effective use of educational technology, including Learning Management Systems (LMS), interactive multimedia, and assessment tools. These technologies enhance engagement and track progress effectively.
Pedagogical Approaches:
The webinar emphasized the importance of incorporating active learning, collaborative activities, and real-world applications into blended learning approaches. These approaches enhance critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

The “Blended Learning of NCERT” webinar provided valuable insights into the integration of technology and traditional teaching methods to enhance the educational experience. Participants gained knowledge about effective strategies and tools for implementing blended learning, emphasizing its potential to revolutionize the education system and improve learning outcomes.

NAZISM AND THE RISE OF HITLER

Day/Date: Friday, 15 September 2023

On September 15, 2023, HRDC DPSS organized a webinar from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm featuring Dr. Shankar Kumar, Associate Professor of the Department of History at Hindu College, Delhi University, as the speaker.
The topic discussed was "Nazism and the Rise of Hitler." Dr. Kumar covered Hitler's ascent to power, elaborating on the historical background, reasons, foreign policies, and economic policies that contributed to Hitler's rise and the impact of Nazism on Jews and other German people as well as the entire Europe. The workshop provided valuable insights into this significant historical period.

MINDFUL LIVING

Day/Date: Thursday, 14 September 2023

Delhi Public School, Dwarka organized a workshop titled “Mindful Living” for the teaching staff on Thursday, 14 September 2023 in the school auditorium. It was a one hour session attended by all the teachers.  The workshop was spearheaded by Dr. Mantosh Kumar, a senior consultant at the Department of Mental Health & Behavioural Sciences, Fortis Memorial Research Institute. Dr. Mantosh has a rich experience of 11 years to his credit in the field of psychiatry.
The concept of mindfulness was explained through a power point presentation and the resource person gave multiple relatable instances where the audience learned to practice mindful living on a daily basis. He shared the techniques to become a mindful thinker and the benefits one can draw from it.
The workshop was an interactive and experiential session.  The teachers practised focused breathing exercises and thought monitoring, thus gaining an insight into what mindfulness is all about.  The session concluded with a Q & A session wherein Dr. Mantosh answered to the queries of the teachers.

ZOOM WEBINAR - FEUDALISM

Day/Date: Wednesday, 13 September 2023

On  September 13, 2023,  an online session on the topic of Feudalism was conducted by Dr. Shankar Kumar, Associate Professor, Department of History, Hindu College, University of Delhi.
Ms. Vanita Sehgal extended a warm welcome to the Resource Person and the participants present at the webinar. She said that it was heartening to see the interest shown in the sessions by the participants and the positive feedback received for every session in the History webinar series.

The presentation on 'Feudalism' began with the generally accepted attributes of the model, which are as follows:

  • Feudalism from 10th-13th century in Europe.
  • Historiography of Feudalism.
  • Limitations of treating Feudalism as a world system, unlike Capitalism.
  • Feudalism in India.
  • Quoted references from Herman Kulke, B.D. Chattopadhyay & Marc Bloch.
  • Dr. Kumar reiterated that the topic of Feudalism has a lot of interesting and informative resources. Therefore, it requires 'telescoping' the available data related to Feudalism in some meaningful ways to facilitate a better understanding of the concept.
  • The queries of the participants were answered comprehensively during the Q&A session by Dr. Shankar Kumar.
The Vote of Thanks was delivered by Ms. Jyoti Sharma, Joint Director, HRDC, DPSS.

 

WEBINAR ‘TRANSFORMATIVE PEDAGOGICAL PROCESSES FOR DEVELOPING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS IN STUDENTS OF HISTORY’

Day/Date: Monday, 11 September 2023

On September 11, 2023 a webinar was organised by DPSS HRDC on Transformative Pedagogical Processes for Developing 21st Century Skills in Students of History’ from 2:30-4:30pmItwas conducted by Dr. Sangeeta Pethiya, Assistant Professor, NCERT, RIE, Bhopal. 

Ms. Vanita Sehgal, Executive Director, HRDC, DPSS, welcomed the Resource Person and the participants to the webinar.  
Dr. Sangeeta Pethiya discussed the challenges of teaching History. She pointed out that History is considered as a subject of rote learning, dates of events and has low popularity vis-à-vis other subjects in school education. She remarked that the responsibility of making History interesting lies solely on the shoulders of the teachers. She stated that innovative teaching pedagogy will help in the teaching-learning process and also inculcates deep understanding and interest in any subject.  

Dr. Pethiya elaborated on the concept of Transformative Education. It involves teaching and learning geared to motivate and empower happy and healthy learners to make informed decisions and actions at the individual, community and global levels.  

  • Learners must engage with the world and find coherence between the world they experience in school and the world we all wish to build outside school. 
  • To build this world, we need to learn collaboration, empathy, complex problem-solving, and connection to other human beings and nature. 
  • Education can only be “transformative” when students feel valued, acknowledged, safe and included in the learning community as full and active members. 

Dr. Pethiya said that Transformative Teaching Strategies has to be aligned with NEP-2020, where the Pedagogy must evolve to make education: Experiential, Holistic, Integrated, Inquiry driven, Discovery oriented, Learner centred, Discussion based, Flexible and Enjoyable. 

Dr. Pethiya shared some important strategies for inculcating interest in the subject. She said that teachers must make use of Maps, ask children to carry a map of India and the world all the time and also keep a stencil of the map with them. She said that Map work not only helps in understanding the context of an event, but also helps in the understanding of the Geopolitical background of an event. She spoke about interdisciplinary learning through History and how it makes the subject more dynamic. 
She also added that stimulation, inquiry-based learning, use of video clips, movies, case studies, activities like debates, research-based learning, and hands-on learning are some of the suggested ways of making History interesting and enjoyable. She said that teachers must prepare the lessons with extra information on the topic and plan some interesting activities for the junior classes and research-based activities for the senior students. She emphasized that a visit to any Historical Monument or Museum must be preceded with questions for the students to ask when they visit those places. She reiterated that there are online platforms which have a lot of content, but the teachers must verify the information before sharing it with the students. 
The session was enriching and informative, where the participants gained a lot of insights into the pedagogical strategies of teaching History.  
The Vote of Thanks was delivered by Ms. Jyoti Sharma, Joint Director, HRDC, DPSS.

BHAKTI AND SUFI TRADITIONS

Day/Date: Wednesday, 6 September 2023

On September 6, 2023, Dr. Nirmal Kumar, Professor, Dept. of History, Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi conducted a session on ‘Bhakti and Sufi Traditions’.
Dr. Nirmal Kumar started the session and said that the Bhakti and Sufi movements were two of the most important religious movements in Indian history. The Bhakti and Sufi movements in India started towards the end of the 12th century and continued till the 18th century and were two of India's most popular spiritual paths to God. They offered a way for people to connect with their divine nature and find peace and happiness. They were both very different, but they both emphasised the importance of personal devotion to God. Dr. Nirmal Kumar said that the Bhakti movement originated in South India and the Sufi movement originated in North India. The primary focus of the Bhakti movement was to unite all Hindus in a common spiritual path. The primary focus of the Sufi movement was to unite all Muslims in a common spiritual path. They both aimed to unite all Hindus and Muslims in a common spiritual path.
Dr. Nirmal Kumar added that both movements had a significant impact on Hinduism and Islam in India through their teachings of love for all humanity, regardless of caste or religion, and influenced Hinduism and Islam to be more inclusive and tolerant. The Bhakti and Sufi movements were the result of the resentment of people against the caste system, rituals, and ceremony. These movements influenced the social structure of India. Both the movements produced a number of saints, mystics and poets such as Ramanuja, Chaitanya, and Kabir in the Bhakti Movement and Rumi, Hafiz and Jalaluddin Rumi in the Sufi Movement, who spread the message of devotion and love for God through their teachings and writings.
Dr. Nirmal Kumar reiterated that the Bhakti movement was more emotional and focussed on worshipping God in the form of idols or through saints, while the Sufi movement believed in one God who could be worshipped in any form. The Bhakti movement was mainly a rural phenomenon, while the Sufi movement spread to cities as well. He concluded by saying that the Bhakti and Sufi movements were two different paths to reach God. While both had their own unique strengths and weaknesses, the Bhakti movement was more popular and emotional, while the Sufi movement was more intellectual and spiritual. Both movements had a positive impact on Indian society, which resulted in a more spiritual and harmonious nation.
The Vote of Thanks was proposed by Ms. Jyoti Sharma, Joint Director, HRDC, DPSS.

THE RISE OF NATIONALISM IN EUROPE

Day/Date:  Monday, 4 September 2023

On September 4, 2023, Dr. Iman Kumar Mitra, an esteemed Assistant Professor in the Department of History and Archaeology at Shiv Nadar University, conducted an enlightening online workshop titled "The Rise of Nationalism in Europe" under the auspices of HRDC DPSS. The workshop aimed to delve into Europe's pre-nationalism period, the birth of the first nation, the French Republic, and the intricacies of German nationalism. It also explored the concept of national identity, the German Fatherland by Ernst Moritz, and the role of three boundaries (political, cultural, and economic) in shaping nationalism. Furthermore, the workshop highlighted key historical events, such as the defeat of Napoleon, the Vienna Congress, the revolutions of 1848-49, the rise of Bismarck, the Austro-Prussian War, and the end of the German Confederation, all of which played pivotal roles in the process of German unification.
Pre-Nationalism Europe
Dr. Mitra began the workshop by providing a comprehensive overview of Europe before the emergence of nationalism. He emphasized the fragmented nature of Europe during this period, characterized by a patchwork of monarchies, empires, and city-states. The map of Europe was a mosaic of political entities with diverse cultures and identities. The absence of a unified sense of national identity was a defining feature of this era.
The Birth of the French Republic
The workshop then delved into the birth of the first nation in Europe, the French Republic. Dr. Mitra provided a detailed historical account of the French Revolution, highlighting its revolutionary ideals of liberty, equality, and fraternity. The French Revolution not only led to the establishment of the French Republic but also served as a catalyst for the spread of nationalism across Europe. It inspired other nations to pursue their own nationalistic aspirations.
German Nationalism and Ernst Moritz
The workshop turned its attention to German nationalism, a significant component of the broader European nationalist movement. Dr. Mitra discussed the contributions of Ernst Moritz Arndt, a prominent figure in the development of German nationalism. Arndt's concept of the "German Fatherland" was thoroughly examined, emphasizing the emotional and cultural attachment Germans began to feel toward a shared homeland.
The Three Boundaries
A crucial aspect of the workshop was the exploration of the concept of boundaries in the context of nationalism. Dr. Mitra explained the three types of boundaries that shaped national identity:
1. Political Boundaries:These delineated the territorial extent of a specific political authority or state. The formation of political boundaries played a key role in the development of nationalism.
2. Cultural Boundaries:Cultural boundaries encompassed shared language, history, traditions, and cultural elements that contributed to a collective identity. They played a crucial role in defining the cultural aspects of a nation.
3. Economic Boundaries:Economic boundaries referred to economic interests and interactions that bound a group of people together. Economic factors often contributed to the sense of a shared destiny among a people.
 Key Historical Events :
The workshop then delved into significant historical events that shaped European nationalism:
Defeat of Napoleon: The defeat of Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 marked a turning point in European history. It led to the reconfiguration of European borders and the restoration of monarchies.
Vienna Congress: The Congress of Vienna in 1815 aimed to redraw the map of Europe, bringing stability and preventing further revolutionary movements. It established the balance of power among European states.
Revolutions of 1848-49: Dr . Mitra highlighted the revolutionary wave that swept across Europe in 1848-49. These uprisings were fuelled by nationalist sentiments and demands for political reforms.
Rise of Bismarck: The workshop explored Otto von Bismarck's role in the unification of Germany. Bismarck's political manoeuvring and leadership were instrumental in achieving German unification.
Austro-Prussian War and End of Confederation: The Austro-Prussian War of 1866 resulted in the dissolution of the German Confederation. This war was a stepping stone toward German unification.

The Process of German Unification
Dr. Mitra provided a comprehensive overview of the process of German unification, emphasizing the role of key individuals, political strategies, and conflicts that ultimately led to the formation of a unified German state in 1871.
In conclusion, Dr. Iman Kumar Mitra's workshop on "The Rise of Nationalism in Europe" offered a profound understanding of Europe's pre-nationalism era and the subsequent development of nationalism. It elucidated the birth of the French Republic, the intricacies of German nationalism, and the importance of cultural, political, and economic boundaries in shaping national identities. Furthermore, the workshop highlighted pivotal historical events and key figures that played a crucial role in the emergence of a unified Germany. This workshop provided participants with valuable insights into the complex historical processes that led to the rise of nationalism in Europe and the eventual unification of Germany.

CYBER SAFETY

Day/Date: Monday, 04 September 2023

04 सितम्बर, 2023 को   Zoom एप पर दोपहर 3.30 बजे से सांय 5.00 बजे तक सी• बी•  एस• ई• के तत्वावधान में एक वेबिनार  आयोजित  हुआ था । ‘Cyber Safety’ इस विषय पर वेबिनार आयोजित किया गया  । इसमें वक्ता के रूप में श्रीमती के. माधुरी थी । श्रीमती के. माधुरी ने  साइबर अपराधों से सम्बंधित समस्याओं पर प्रकाश डाला । समस्याओं का समाधान प्रस्तुत किया । 10 मिनट का प्रश्नकाल  आयोजित किया गया । वेबिनार में देशभर के विभिन्न  शिक्षकगण सम्मिलित  हुए । वेबिनार का आयोजन सफलतापूर्वक संपन्न हुआ ।

COUNSELLING APPROACHES

Dates: 21-25 August 2023

21 अगस्त, 2023 को   Zoom एप पर सांय 4.00 बजे से 5.30 बजे तक सी• बी• एस• ई•  के तत्वावधान  में एक वेबिनार आयोजित हुआ था । `विद्यालय  स्तर पर समस्यास्पद  विषयों  पर परामर्श  दृष्टिकोण ' इस विषय पर वेबिनार आयोजित किया गया ।  इसमें वक्ता के रूप में  श्रीमती रेखा पचौरी थी ।  श्रीमती रेखा ने विभिन्न छात्रानुकूल समस्यास्पद विषयों पर  प्रकाश  डाला । छात्रों की समस्याओं  के समाधान  करने के लिए गतिविधियों पर चर्चा की।
10 मिनट का प्रश्नकाल आयोजित किया गया । वेबिनार में देशभर के विभिन्न शिक्षकगण सम्मिलित हुए । वेबिनार का आयोजन सफलतापूर्वक संपन्न हुआ ।

22 अगस्त, 2023 को   Zoom एप पर सांय 4.00 बजे से 5.30 बजे तक सी• बी• एस• ई•  के तत्वावधान में एक वेबिनार आयोजित हुआ था। `अभिभावकगत और छात्रगत  समस्यास्पद  विषयों  पर परामर्श  दृष्टिकोण ' इस विषय पर वेबिनार आयोजित किया गया। इसमें वक्ता के रूप में  श्रीमती गुंजन तोमर थी । श्रीमती गुंजन  ने विभिन्न समस्यास्पद विषयों पर  प्रकाश डाला। समस्याओं के समाधान करने के लिए  गतिविधियों पर चर्चा की।
10 मिनट का प्रश्नकाल आयोजित किया गया । वेबिनार में देशभर के विभिन्न  शिक्षकगण सम्मिलित  हुए । वेबिनार का आयोजन सफलतापूर्वक संपन्न हुआ ।

23 अगस्त, 2023 को   Zoom एप पर सांय 4.00 बजे से 5.30 बजे तक सी• बी• एस• ई•  के तत्वावधान   में    एक वेबिनार  आयोजित  हुआ था । ` विशेष छात्रों के समस्यास्पद  विषयों  पर परामर्श  दृष्टिकोण ' इस विषय पर वेबिनार आयोजित किया गया  । इसमें वक्ता के रूप में   डून हाथरस विद्यालय  के प्रधानाचार्य  श्री जे. के• अग्रवाल थे । प्रधानाचार्यजी ने विभिन्न समस्यास्पद विषयों पर  प्रकाश  डाला । आकर्षक ओजस्वी वक्तव्य से  समस्याओं  के समाधान  करने के लिए    गतिविधियों पर चर्चा की।
10 मिनट का प्रश्नकाल  आयोजित किया गया । वेबिनार में देशभर के विभिन्न  शिक्षकगण सम्मिलित  हुए । वेबिनार का आयोजन सफलतापूर्वक संपन्न हुआ ।

24 अगस्त, 2023 को   Zoom एप पर सांय 4.00 बजे से 5.30 बजे तक सी• बी• एस• ई• के तत्वावधान   में  एक वेबिनार  आयोजित  हुआ था । ` विशेष छात्रों के समस्यास्पद  विषयों  पर परामर्श  दृष्टिकोण ' इस विषय पर वेबिनार आयोजित किया गया  । इसमें वक्ता के रूप में   डॉ. प्रीति रानी थी ।  श्रीमती प्रीति रानी ने विशेष छात्रों के व्यक्तित्व  पर प्रकाश  डाला ।  श्रीमती प्रीति रानी  ने विभिन्न समस्यास्पद विषयों पर  प्रकाश  डाला ।   समस्याओं  के समाधान  करने के लिए  गतिविधियों पर चर्चा की।
10 मिनट का प्रश्नकाल  आयोजित किया गया । वेबिनार में देशभर के विभिन्न  शिक्षकगण सम्मिलित  हुए । वेबिनार का आयोजन सफलतापूर्वक संपन्न हुआ ।

25 अगस्त, 2023 को   Zoom एप पर सांय 4.00 बजे से 5.30 बजे तक सी• बी• एस• ई•  के तत्वावधान में एक वेबिनार  आयोजित  हुआ था । `काउंसलर  की भूमिका एवं  समस्यास्पद  विषयों पर परामर्श  दृष्टिकोण ' इस विषय पर वेबिनार आयोजित किया गया  । इसमें वक्ता के रूप में  श्रीमती रेखा पचौरी थी । श्रीमती रेखा ने विशेष छात्रों के स्वभाव  और उनके पारिवारिक  परिवेश पर प्रकाश  डाला । विभिन्न समस्यास्पद विषयों पर  प्रकाश  डाला ।    समस्याओं  के समाधान  करने के लिए  गतिविधियों पर चर्चा की।
10 मिनट का प्रश्नकाल  आयोजित किया गया । वेबिनार में देशभर के विभिन्न  शिक्षकगण सम्मिलित  हुए । वेबिनार का आयोजन सफलतापूर्वक संपन्न हुआ ।

COUNSELLING APPROACHES

Day/Date: Thursday, 24 August 2023

The webinar focused on the various ways of counselling like Directive Counselling (Counsellor Centred), Non Directive Counselling (Client Centred) & Behavioural Counselling (based on self-healing). Sigmund Freud’s and Carl Roger’s theories and therapies emphasized that a teacher should be a good listener and a ray of hope for the students, without being judgemental about them.
Also an interactive doubt clearing session was held by the resource person after her lecture. It was truly an enriching experience.

CYBER SAFETY AND SECURITY

Day/Date: Monday, 14 August 2023

In the month of August, 2023 CBSE has organised online continuous professional development programmes for teachers.I have attended one of those programs based on the topic— CYBER SAFETY AND SECURITY in schools. The workshop started with the introduction of the topic and the resource person involved all the participants in the discussion. He discussed about the need of cyber safety in schools especially after covid and online classes. How it has become a part of our lives now a days.  The resource person told about different ways of cyber crime . He also discussed about the role of ATM cards, sharing OTP and clicking on the link etc. He said that in schools we have to be very alert because we have all data information of parents. What kind of password we should make and check the language of message before you proceed, the fake sites always have some spelling error.
Overall it was a very informative and fruitful workshop. I am thankful to the authorities for giving me this chance to attend the workshop.

COUNSELING APPROACHES

Day/Date: Wednesday, 9 August 2023

On the 9th of August 2023, a webinar on Counseling Approaches was conducted, featuring Mrs. Raji P., a retired Principal of Vyas Vidyaniketan Central School in South India, as the resource person. The session aimed to shed light on various levels of counseling and different approaches, providing valuable insights into the qualities and skills required for effective counseling.

1. Counseling Levels:

  Mrs. Raji discussed three levels of counseling:
- Informal counseling
- Non-specialist counseling
- Professional counselling

2. Counseling Approaches:

   The workshop highlighted different counseling approaches:
- Directive counseling
- Non-directive counseling
- Eclectic counseling

3. Qualities of a Counselor:

Mrs. Rajiemphasized essential qualities for a counselor, such as sensitivity to human problems, empathy, respect for individual variations, and a non-judgmental attitude.

4. Personal and Specific Skills:

  Special focus was given to the personal and specific skills a counselor should possess.

5. Main Counseling Approaches:

The workshop elaborated on various counseling approaches employed by professional counselors, including psychoanalytical theory, behavior theory, and more.

6. Theory Discussion:

Theories by Freud and their relevance in counseling were discussed, with particular emphasis on the id, ego, and superego as fundamental elements of personality.

7. Interactive Quizzes:

To engage participants, recap quizzes were conducted after every 7-8 slides, enhancing the interactive nature of the webinar.

The workshop successfully provided a comprehensive overview of counseling levels, approaches, qualities of a counselor, essential skills, and major counseling theories. The interactive quizzes made the session engaging and informative, leaving attendees with valuable insights into the world of counseling and its benefits.

UNPACKING NATIONAL CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK

Day/Date:Tuesday, August 8, 2023

The National Curriculum Framework for School Education plays a pivotal role in shaping the educational landscape of a country. Mr. Chetan B Singai, an academic leader and Associate Professor at Chanakya University in Bengaluru, has put forth a comprehensive perspective on the redesigning of secondary education, with a specific focus on offering choices and combinations of subjects at this crucial level.

Importance of Redesigning Secondary Education:

Secondary education forms a critical juncture in a student’s academic journey, shaping their career path and aspirations. In recent times, there has been a growing realization of the need to revamp the secondary education system to make it more relevant, engaging, and adaptable to the evolving demands of the 21st century.

Emphasis on Choice and Combination of Subjects:

Mr. Chetan B Singai’s approach centers on providing students with the autonomy to choose subjects that align with their interests, strengths, and future goals. This approach acknowledges that every student is unique and may excel in areas beyond the traditional core subjects. Allowing students to select a combination of subjects enables them to tailor their education, fostering a sense of ownership and engagement in their learning journey.

Benefits of Choice-Based Curriculum:

1.  Holistic Development: A choice-based curriculum promotes holistic development by encouraging students to pursue subjects that ignite their passions. This can lead to improved self-esteem and motivation.
2.         Flexibility: Students can explore diverse subjects, fostering a broader perspective and adaptability. This prepares them for a rapidly changing job market.
3.         Enhanced Learning: Students are more likely to excel in subjects they are genuinely interested in, leading to higher academic performance and improved learning outcomes.
4.         Reduced Stress: The elimination of forced subjects reduces unnecessary academic pressure, contributing to better mental well-being.
5.         Future Preparedness: A personalized curriculum equips students with the skills and knowledge needed for their chosen career paths.

Challenges and Considerations:

While the choice-based approach holds several advantages, its implementation requires careful consideration of various factors:

1. Resource Allocation: Offering a wide array of subjects demands adequate resources, including skilled teachers and updated materials.
2.Balanced Curriculum: Ensuring a balance between core subjects and electives is crucial to maintaining a well-rounded education.
3. Equity: Efforts must be made to ensure that all students, irrespective of their backgrounds, have equal access to a variety of subjects.
4. Assessment Methods: Assessment strategies need to be adaptable to the diverse subjects chosen by students, moving beyond traditional standardized testing.

Conclusion:
Mr. Chetan B Singai’s proposal to redesign secondary education with a focus on choice and combination of subjects has the potential to revolutionize the way students engage with their education. By acknowledging individuality and interests, this approach can foster a love for learning, enhance academic outcomes, and prepare students for the challenges and opportunities of the future. However, careful planning, resource allocation, and consideration of equity must underpin the implementation of such a visionary approach.

 

JUNIOR WING

S. NO.
NAME
DATE
TOPIC OF THE WORKSHOP
ORGANISED BY
RESOURCE PERSON
1
Ms. Alka Jindal
Sunday, October 29, 2023
Re Prograram Your Brain 
TechProgramming CSIT
Mr Sharad
2
Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar 
Sunday, October 29, 2023
Re Prograram Your Brain 
TechProgramming CSIT
Mr Sharad
3
Ms. Sonika Garg
Sunday, October 29, 2023
Re Prograram Your Brain 
TechProgramming CSIT
Mr Sharad
4
Ms. Geetanjali Nayar
Sunday, October 29, 2023
Re Prograram Your Brain 
TechProgramming CSIT
Mr Sharad
5
Ms. Riddhi Mahajan
Sunday, October 29, 2023
Re Prograram Your Brain 
TechProgramming CSIT
Mr Sharad
6
Ms. Divya Arya
Sunday, October 29, 2023
Re Prograram Your Brain 
TechProgramming CSIT
Mr Sharad
7
Ms. Ridhima Arora
Sunday, October 29, 2023
Re Prograram Your Brain 
TechProgramming CSIT
Mr Sharad
8
Ms. Mansi Taneja
Sunday, October 29, 2023
Re Prograram Your Brain 
TechProgramming CSIT
Mr Sharad
9
Ms. Anju Rani
Sunday, October 29, 2023
Re Prograram Your Brain 
TechProgramming CSIT
Mr Sharad
10
Ms. Ritikaa Makan
Tuesday, October 17, 2023
Counselling techniques
CBSE, COE Vijaywada
MRS DHAVALA SUSEELA
11
Ms Riddhi Mahajan
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Dyslexia Awareness Week
CIET - NCERT
Mr Sanjay Krishana & Ms Nitya Rathee ( Students with Dyslexia), Dr Nanadini Chaterjee, Dr Bharti Kaushik Ms Massurat Khan, Dr Geet Oberoi, Ms Sony Gill, Ms Lakshmi, Ms Anuradha Joshi & Ms Snigdha Pattajoshi
12
Ms Geetanjali Nayar
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Development of e-Content Video Resources
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai, Dr. Mohd. Mamur Ali, Prof Indu Kumar, Mr Rajesh KangeDr. Pranita Gopal
13
Ms Mansi Taneja
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Dyslexia Awareness Week
CIET - NCERT
Mr Sanjay Krishana & Ms Nitya Rathee ( Students with Dyslexia), Dr Nanadini Chaterjee, Dr Bharti Kaushik Ms Massurat Khan, Dr Geet Oberoi, Ms Sony Gill, Ms Lakshmi, Ms Anuradha Joshi & Ms Snigdha Pattajoshi
14
Ms Ridhima Arora
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Development of e-Content Video Resources
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai, Dr. Mohd. Mamur Ali, Prof Indu Kumar, Mr Rajesh KangeDr. Pranita Gopal
15
Ms Sangeeta Mandhar
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Dyslexia Awareness Week
CIET - NCERT
Mr Sanjay Krishana & Ms Nitya Rathee ( Students with Dyslexia), Dr Nanadini Chaterjee, Dr Bharti Kaushik Ms Massurat Khan, Dr Geet Oberoi, Ms Sony Gill, Ms Lakshmi, Ms Anuradha Joshi & Ms Snigdha Pattajoshi
16
Ms Sonika Garg
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Dyslexia Awareness Week
CIET - NCERT
Mr Sanjay Krishana & Ms Nitya Rathee ( Students with Dyslexia), Dr Nanadini Chaterjee, Dr Bharti Kaushik Ms Massurat Khan, Dr Geet Oberoi, Ms Sony Gill, Ms Lakshmi, Ms Anuradha Joshi & Ms Snigdha Pattajoshi
17
Ms Geetanjali Nayar
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Dyslexia Awareness Week
CIET - NCERT
Mr Sanjay Krishana & Ms Nitya Rathee ( Students with Dyslexia), Dr Nanadini Chaterjee, Dr Bharti Kaushik Ms Massurat Khan, Dr Geet Oberoi, Ms Sony Gill, Ms Lakshmi, Ms Anuradha Joshi & Ms Snigdha Pattajoshi
18
Ms  Divya Arya
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Dyslexia Awareness Week
CIET - NCERT
Mr Sanjay Krishana & Ms Nitya Rathee ( Students with Dyslexia), Dr Nanadini Chaterjee, Dr Bharti Kaushik Ms Massurat Khan, Dr Geet Oberoi, Ms Sony Gill, Ms Lakshmi, Ms Anuradha Joshi & Ms Snigdha Pattajoshi
19
Ms Ridhima Arora
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Dyslexia Awareness Week
CIET - NCERT
Mr Sanjay Krishana & Ms Nitya Rathee ( Students with Dyslexia), Dr Nanadini Chaterjee, Dr Bharti Kaushik Ms Massurat Khan, Dr Geet Oberoi, Ms Sony Gill, Ms Lakshmi, Ms Anuradha Joshi & Ms Snigdha Pattajoshi
20
Ms Anju Rani
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Dyslexia Awareness Week
CIET - NCERT
Mr Sanjay Krishana & Ms Nitya Rathee ( Students with Dyslexia), Dr Nanadini Chaterjee, Dr Bharti Kaushik Ms Massurat Khan, Dr Geet Oberoi, Ms Sony Gill, Ms Lakshmi, Ms Anuradha Joshi & Ms Snigdha Pattajoshi
21
Ms Sangeeta Mandhar
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Development of e-Content Video Resources
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai, Dr. Mohd. Mamur Ali, Prof Indu Kumar, Mr Rajesh KangeDr. Pranita Gopal
22
Ms Sonika Garg
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Development of e-Content Video Resources
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai, Dr. Mohd. Mamur Ali, Prof Indu Kumar, Mr Rajesh KangeDr. Pranita Gopal
23
Ms Riddhi Mahajan
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Development of e-Content Video Resources
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai, Dr. Mohd. Mamur Ali, Prof Indu Kumar, Mr Rajesh KangeDr. Pranita Gopal
24
Ms  Divya Arya
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Development of e-Content Video Resources
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai, Dr. Mohd. Mamur Ali, Prof Indu Kumar, Mr Rajesh KangeDr. Pranita Gopal
25
Ms Mansi Taneja
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Development of e-Content Video Resources
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai, Dr. Mohd. Mamur Ali, Prof Indu Kumar, Mr Rajesh KangeDr. Pranita Gopal
26
Ms Anju Rani
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Development of e-Content Video Resources
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai, Dr. Mohd. Mamur Ali, Prof Indu Kumar, Mr Rajesh KangeDr. Pranita Gopal
27
Ms. Ritikaa Makan
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Dyslexia Awareness Week
CIET - NCERT
Mr Sanjay Krishana & Ms Nitya Rathee ( Students with Dyslexia), Dr Nanadini Chaterjee, Dr Bharti Kaushik Ms Massurat Khan, Dr Geet Oberoi, Ms Sony Gill, Ms Lakshmi, Ms Anuradha Joshi & Ms Snigdha Pattajoshi
28
Ms. Ritikaa Makan
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Development of e-Content Video Resources
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai, Dr. Mohd. Mamur Ali, Prof Indu Kumar, Mr Rajesh KangeDr. Pranita Gopal
29
Ms. Garvita Gahlot
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Development of e-Content Video Resources
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai, Dr. Mohd. Mamur Ali, Prof Indu Kumar, Mr Rajesh Kange and Dr. Pranita Gopal
30
Ms.Shalini Krishna 
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Dyslexia Awareness Week
CIET - NCERT
Mr Sanjay Krishana & Ms Nitya Rathee ( Students with Dyslexia), Dr Nanadini Chaterjee, Dr Bharti Kaushik Ms Massurat Khan, Dr Geet Oberoi, Ms Sony Gill, Ms Lakshmi, Ms Anuradha Joshi & Ms Snigdha Pattajoshi
31
Ms.Shalini Krishna 
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Development of e-Content Video Resources
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai, Dr. Mohd. Mamur Ali, Prof Indu Kumar, Mr Rajesh Kange and Dr. Pranita Gopal
32
Ms. Archana Mahajan 
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Dyslexia Awareness Week
CIET - NCERT
Mr Sanjay Krishana & Ms Nitya Rathee ( Students with Dyslexia), Dr Nanadini Chaterjee, Dr Bharti Kaushik Ms Massurat Khan, Dr Geet Oberoi, Ms Sony Gill, Ms Lakshmi, Ms Anuradha Joshi & Ms Snigdha Pattajoshi
33
Ms. Archana Mahajan 
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Development of e-Content Video Resources
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai, Dr. Mohd. Mamur Ali, Prof Indu Kumar, Mr Rajesh Kange and Dr. Pranita Gopal
34
Ms. Neha Nayak
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Development of e-content Video Resources
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai, Dr. Mohd. Mamur Ali, Prof Indu Kumar, Mr Rajesh Kange and Dr. Pranita Gopal
35
Ms. Neha Nayak
 
16 - 20 October 2023
Dyslexia Awareness Week
CIET - NCERT
Mr Sanjay Krishana & Ms Nitya Rathee ( Students with Dyslexia), Dr Nanadini Chaterjee, Dr Bharti Kaushik Ms Massurat Khan, Dr Geet Oberoi, Ms Sony Gill, Ms Lakshmi, Ms Anuradha Joshi & Ms Snigdha Pattajoshi
36
Ms. Neha Nayak 
Saturday, October 14, 2023
Counselling techniques
C.O.E. WEST DELHI
Dr. Mahesh Kadakkalakath
37
Ms Ritikaa Makan
Tuesday, October 10, 2023
Cyber Safety and Security
CBSE COE PUNE
38
Ms. Garvita Gahlot
Tuesday, October 10, 2023
Counselling techniques
CBSE, COE-Noida
Sana Jain
39
Ms. Ritikaa Makan
09 - 13 October 2023
Digital Technology for CWSN 
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Bharti Kaushik,Prof. Anupam Ahuja,Dr. Piyush Chanana,Prof. (Dr.) Renu Malaviya,Mr. Shankar Subbiah S
40
Ms. Neha Nayak 
09-13 October 2023
Digital Technology for CWSN 
CIET- NCERT 
Dr. Bharti Kaushik,Prof. Anupam Ahuja,Dr. Piyush Chanana,Prof. (Dr.) Renu Malaviya,Mr. Shankar Subbiah S
41
Ms. Sonika Garg
02 - 06 October 2023
Digital Wellness
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Yatan Pal Singh, Ms. Lini Philip, Ms. Akanksha, Dr. Smita Deshpandey & Prof Ms. Gowramma IP
42
Ms. Alka Jindal
02 - 06 October 2023
Digital Wellness
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Yatan Pal Singh, Ms. Lini Philip, Ms. Akanksha, Dr. Smita Deshpandey & Prof Ms. Gowramma IP
43
Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar
02 - 06 October 2023
Digital Wellness
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Yatan Pal Singh, Ms. Lini Philip, Ms. Akanksha, Dr. Smita Deshpandey & Prof Ms. Gowramma IP
44
Ms. Geetanjali Nayar
02 - 06 October 2023
Digital Wellness
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Yatan Pal Singh, Ms. Lini Philip, Ms. Akanksha, Dr. Smita Deshpandey & Prof Ms. Gowramma IP
45
Ms. Riddhi Mahajan
02 - 06 October 2023
Digital Wellness
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Yatan Pal Singh, Ms. Lini Philip, Ms. Akanksha, Dr. Smita Deshpandey & Prof Ms. Gowramma IP
46
Ms. Divya Arya
02 - 06 October 2023
Digital Wellness
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Yatan Pal Singh, Ms. Lini Philip, Ms. Akanksha, Dr. Smita Deshpandey & Prof Ms. Gowramma IP
47
Ms. Ridhima Arora
02 - 06 October 2023
Digital Wellness
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Yatan Pal Singh, Ms. Lini Philip, Ms. Akanksha, Dr. Smita Deshpandey & Prof Ms. Gowramma IP
48
Ms. Mansi Taneja
02 - 06 October 2023
Digital Wellness
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Yatan Pal Singh, Ms. Lini Philip, Ms. Akanksha, Dr. Smita Deshpandey & Prof Ms. Gowramma IP
49
Ms. Anju Rani
02 - 06 October 2023
Digital Wellness
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Yatan Pal Singh, Ms. Lini Philip, Ms. Akanksha, Dr. Smita Deshpandey & Prof Ms. Gowramma IP
50
Ms. Archana Mahajan
02 - 06 October 2023
Digital Wellness
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Yatan Pal Singh, Ms. Lini Philip, Ms. Akanksha, Dr. Smita Deshpandey & Prof Ms. Gowramma IP
51
Ms. Renu Rampal
02 - 06 October 2023
Digital Wellness
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Yatan Pal Singh, Ms. Lini Philip, Ms. Akanksha, Dr. Smita Deshpandey & Prof Ms. Gowramma IP
52
Ms. Bindu Mehta
02 - 06 October 2023
Digital Wellness
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Yatan Pal Singh, Ms. Lini Philip, Ms. Akanksha, Dr. Smita Deshpandey & Prof Ms. Gowramma IP
53
Ms.Shalini Arora
02 - 06 October 2023
Digital Wellness
CIET - NCERT
Dr. Yatan Pal Singh, Ms. Lini Philip, Ms. Akanksha, Dr. Smita Deshpandey & Prof Ms. Gowramma IP
54
MS. Priya Gupta 
Saturday, September 30, 2023
Counselling approaches
C.O.E. BHUBANESWAR
MR. Anil Kumar Patnaik
55
Ms. Babita
Friday, September 29, 2023
Competency Based Assessment
CBSE
Mr. Shailendra Sigdel
56
Ms. Kawaljeet Kaur Oberoi
Friday, September 29, 2023
Competency Based Assessment
CBSE
Mr. Shailendra Sigdel
57
Ms. Shalini Arora
Friday, September 29, 2023
Competency Based Assessment
CBSE
Mr. Shailendra Sigdel
58
Mrs Renu Rampal
Friday, September 29, 2023
Competency Based Assessment
CBSE
Mr. Shailendra Sigdel
59
Ms. Bindu Mehta
Friday, September 29, 2023
Competency Based Assessment
CBSE
Mr. Shailendra Sigdel
60
MS. Priya Gupta 
Friday, September 29, 2023
Competency based assesment 
C.B.S.E
MR. Shailendra sigdel
61
Ms Richa Prakash
Wednesday, September 27, 2023
Ignite Week-Integrating the Story Telling Approach across Disciplines
OUP
Ms Tanu Shree Singh
62
Ms. Garvita Gahlot
Wednesday, September 27, 2023
Counselling Approaches
CBSE, COE Guwahati
Nandita G. Sarma
63
Ms. Richa Prakash
Tuesday, September 26, 2023
Counselling Approaches
CBSE, COE Thiruvananthapuram
Ms .Mrudhula M.R
64
Ms. Garvita Gahlot
Monday, September 25, 2023
Cyber Safety and Security
CBSE, COE Guwahati
Ms. Babita Patowary
65
Ms.Mamita Visht
Monday, September 25, 2023
Cyber Safety and Security
CBSE, COE Guwahati
Ms. Babita Patowary
66
Ms. Alka Jindal
23 September 20323
How to implement Design Thinking in The  Class Room
CS IT
Mr. Sharad
67
Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar
23 September 2023
How to implement Design Thinking in The  Class Room
CSIT
Mr. Sharad
68
Ms. Renu Kaushik
23 September 2023
How to implement Design Thinking in The  Class Room
CSIT
Mr. Sharad
69
Ms. Richa Prakash
Friday, September 22, 2023
Counselling Approaches
CBSE, COE Vijaywada
Mr. P.V. Sathya Ramesh
70
Ms. Bindu Mehta
Friday, September 22, 2023
Cyber Safety and Security
CBSE, COE-West
Karpagam C Arasappan
71
Ms. Renu Rampal
Friday, September 22, 2023
Cyber Safety and Security
CBSE, COE-West
Mrs Karpagam C Arasappan
72
Ms. Shalini Arora
Friday, September 22, 2023
Cyber Safety and Security
CBSE, COE-West
Mrs Karpagam C Arasappan
73
Ms. Smita Shukla
22 September 2023
Cyber Safety and Security
CBSE, COE-West
Ms. Hema Kalakoti
74
Ms. Bindu Mehta
Thursday, September 21, 2023
Cyber Safety and Security
CBSE, CoE Chennai
Mrs Vamsheepriya Amar
75
Ms. Renu Rampal
Thursday, September 21, 2023
Cyber Safety and Security
CBSE, CoE Chennai
Mrs Vamsheepriya Amar
76
Ms. Shalini Arora
Thursday, September 21, 2023
Cyber Safety and Security
CBSE, CoE Chennai
Mrs Vamsheepriya Amar
77
MS. Priya Gupta 
Thursday, September 21, 2023
Counselling approaches
C.O.E. WEST DELHI
Ms. Bharti Nayak
78
Ms. Smita Shukla
21 September 2023
How to use theme-based approach in the foundational classroom
Oxford University Press India
Ms. Deepa Chhabra
79
Ms. Sonika Garg
21 September 2023
Cyber Safety and Security
CBSE, COE-CHENNAI
Ms. Uma Sivaraman
80
Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar
21 September 2023
Cyber Safety and Security
CBSE, COE-CHENNAI
Ms. Uma Sivaraman
81
Ms Anju Rani
21 September 2023
Cyber Safety and Security
CBSE, COE-CHENNAI
Ms. Uma Sivaraman
82
Ms. Richa Prakash
Tuesday, September 19, 2023
Counselling Approaches
CBSE, COE Thiruvananthapuram
Mrs K. Madhuri
83
Ms. Smita Shukla
20 September 2023
Igniting Foundation Potential
Oxford University Press India
Ms. Sonia Relia
84
Ms Manisha Sethi
18 September 2023
Cyber Safety & Security
CBSE
Mr Arvind Cletus
85
MS. Priya Gupta 
Sunday, September 17, 2023
Sahitya Kala Samvad
Kala sankul , ITO
MR. Dharmendar Rathore
86
Ms. Richa Prakash
15 September 2023
Counselling Approaches
CBSE, COE Vijaywada
Mrs K. Madhuri
87
Ms. Sonika Garg
15 September 2023
Assessment Strategy Under The New NCF
VIVA Education
Mr Ashok Ganguly Former Chairman CBSE
88
Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar
15 September 2023
Assessment Strategy Under The New NCF
VIVA Education
Mr Ashok Ganguly Former Chairman CBSE
89
Ms. Riddhi Mahajan
15 September 2023
Assessment Strategy Under The New NCF
VIVA Education
Mr Ashok Ganguly Former Chairman CBSE
90
Ms. Ridhima Arora
15 September 2023
Assessment Strategy Under The New NCF
VIVA Education
Mr Ashok Ganguly Former Chairman CBSE
91
Ms. Mansi Tanejan
15 September 2023
Assessment Strategy Under The New NCF
VIVA Education
Mr Ashok Ganguly Former Chairman CBSE
92
Ms. Anju Rani
15 September 2023
Assessment Strategy Under The New NCF
VIVA Education
Mr Ashok Ganguly Former Chairman CBSE
93
Ms Divya Arya
15 September 2023
Assessment Strategy Under The New NCF
VIVA Education
Mr Ashok Ganguly Former Chairman CBSE
94
Ms Geetanjali Nayar
15 September 2023
Assessment Strategy Under The New NCF
VIVA Education
Mr Ashok Ganguly Former Chairman CBSE
95
Ms.Shalini Krishna 
15 September 2023
‘ASSESSMENT STRATEGY UNDER THE NEW NCF’.
VIVA EDUCATION
Mr.Ashok Ganguly former Chairman- CBSE
96
Ms.Archana Mahajan
15 September 2023
‘ASSESSMENT STRATEGY UNDER THE NEW NCF’.
VIVA EDUCATION
Mr.Ashok Ganguly former Chairman- CBSE
97
Ms. Anju Sharma
15 September 2023
‘ASSESSMENT STRATEGY UNDER THE NEW NCF’.
VIVA EDUCATION
Mr.Ashok Ganguly former Chairman- CBSE
98
Anita DABRAL 
Friday, September 15, 2023
Cyber Safety & Security
CBSE, COE Vijaywada
Mr Arvind Cletus
99
Anita DABRAL 
Friday, September 15, 2023
Assessment Strategy Under The New NCF
VIVA Education
Ashok Ganguly
100
Ms. Jasleen Kaur 
Friday, September 15, 2023
Assessment Strategy Under The New NCF
Viva Education
Mr. Ashok Ganguly
101
Ms. Mamita Visht 
Friday, September 15, 2023
Assessment Strategy Under The New NCF
VIVA Education
Mr. Ashok Ganguly
102
Ms.Vinita Sharma 
Friday, September 15, 2023
‘ASSESSMENT STRATEGY UNDER THE NEW NCF’.
VIVA EDUCATION
Mr.Ashok Ganguly former Chairman- CBSE
103
Ms.Neelam Mamgain
Friday, September 15, 2023
‘ASSESSMENT STRATEGY UNDER THE NEW NCF’.
VIVA EDUCATION
Mr.Ashok Ganguly former Chairman- CBSE
104
Ms. Bindu Mehta
Friday, September 15, 2023
Assessment Strategy Under The New NCF
VIVA EDUCATION
Mr. Ashok Ganguly
105
Ms. Renu Rampal
Friday, September 15, 2023
Assessment Strategy Under The New NCF
VIVA EDUCATION
Mr.Ashok Ganguly former Chairman- CBSE
106
Ms. Babita
Friday, September 15, 2023
Assessment Strategy Under The New NCF
VIVA EDUCATION
Mr. Ashok Ganguly 
107
Ms. Kawaljeet Kaur Oberoi
Friday, September 15, 2023
‘ASSESSMENT STRATEGY UNDER THE NEW NCF’.
VIVA EDUCATION
Mr.Ashok Ganguly former Chairman- CBSE
108
Ms. Shalini Arora
Friday, September 15, 2023
Assessment Strategy Under The New NCF
VIVA EDUCATION
Mr.Ashok Ganguly former Chairman- CBSE
109
Anita DABRAL 
Thursday, September 14, 2023
Mindful Living
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Mr Mantosh
110
Ms. Renu Rampal
Thursday, September 14, 2023
Mindful Living 
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Dr. Mantosh 
111
Ms. Kawaljeet Kaur Oberoi
Thursday, September 14, 2023
Mindful Living 
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Dr. Mantosh Kumar
112
MS. Priya Gupta 
Thursday, September 14, 2023
Mindful living
D.P.S. DWARKA
Dr. MANTOSH
113
Ms. Sonika Garg 
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
114
Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
115
Ms. Geetanjali Nayar
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
116
Ms. Riddhi Mahajan
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
117
Ms. Divya Arya
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
118
Ms. Ridhima Arora
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
119
Ms Mansi Taneja
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
120
Ms. Anju Rani
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
121
Ms. Poonam Sehgal
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
122
Ms. Nidhi Jain
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
123
Ms. Chitra Kaul
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
124
Ms. Nimisha sehgal
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
125
Ms. Swati Arora
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
126
Ms. Aditi Dharma
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
127
Ms. Shipra Aggarwal
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
128
Ms. Smita Shukla
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
129
Ms. Priya Gupta
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
130
Ms. Smita Shukla
13 September 2023
Counselling Approaches
CBSE, COE Delhi-West
Ms. B Gayathri
131
Ms. Richa Prakash
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
132
Ms. Kriti Sharma
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
133
Ms Chetna Sahni 
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
134
Ms. Kanika  Dogra
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
135
MEENAKSHI KANWAR 
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
136
Ms. Jasleen Kaur 
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
137
Ms. Vinita Sharma
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
138
Ms.Sapna Madnani
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms.Renu Kaushik & Ms.Alka Jindak
139
Ms. Falguni Kapoor
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
140
Maneesha Mahajan
13 September 2023
Development of e content interactive Respurces
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
141
Ms. Shalini Arora
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
142
Ms. Richa Prakash
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
143
Ms. Sarika Khanna
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
144
Ms. Pooja Rai
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
145
Ms. Gagandeep Bhasin
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
146
Ms. Amardeep Kaur
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
147
Ms. Richa Aggarwal
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
148
Ms. Garima Chawla
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
149
Ms. Mansi 
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
150
Ms. Poorva Singh
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
151
Ms. Anisha Rohilla
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
152
Ms. Divya Sharma
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
153
Ms. Amrapali Grover
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
154
Ms. Menu Mehta
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
155
Ms. Priyanka Budhiraja
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
156
Ms. Tanya Bhayana
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
157
Ms. Pallavi 
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
158
Ms. Priyanka Sharma
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
159
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
160
Ms. Ritikaa Makan
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
161
Ms. Garvita Gahlot
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Alka Jindal & Ms. Renu Kaushik
162
Ms. Anju Sharma
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Alka Jindal & Ms. Renu Kaushik
163
Ms Meenakshi Sharma
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Alka Jindal & Ms. Renu Kaushik
164
Ms. Tamara Sharma
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
165
Ms.Mridula Kalra
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
166
Ms.Chandni  Rekhi
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
167
Ms. Manisha Bhalla
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
168
Ms. Mamita Visht 
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
169
Ms.Archana Mahajan
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
170
Ms. Shalini Krishna 
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
171
Ms. Neelam Mamgain
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
172
Mr. Ashish
13 September 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
173
Mr. Ashish
Wednesday, September 13, 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
174
Ms. Anita Dabral 
Wednesday, September 13, 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
175
Ms. Renu Rampal
Wednesday, September 13, 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Alka Jindal & Ms. Renu Kaushik
176
Ms. Babita
Wednesday, September 13, 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Alka Jindal & Ms. Renu Kaushik
177
Ms. Kawaljeet Kaur Oberoi
Wednesday, September 13, 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
178
Ms. Shalini Arora
Wednesday, September 13, 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Alka Jindal & Ms. Renu Kaushik
179
Ms. Neha Nayak 
Wednesday, September 13, 2023
Development of e-content Interactive Resources
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Alka Jindal & Ms Renu Kaushik
180
Ms Chetna Sahni 
12 September 2023
In house training workshop on Early Children Education  
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Neha Bhardwaj 
181
Ms. Kriti Sharma
12 September 2023
In house training workshop on Early Children Education  
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Neha Bhardwaj 
182
Ms. Kanika  Dogra
12 September 2023
In house training workshop on Early Children Education  
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Neha Bhardwaj 
183
MEENAKSHI KANWAR 
12 September 2023
In house training workshop on Early Children Education  
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Neha Bhardwaj 
184
SHAGUNA MEHTA
12 September 2023
In house training workshop on Early Children Education  
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Neha Bhardwaj 
185
Ms. Amardeep Kaur
11 September 2023
In-House Workshop: NEP 2020
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
186
Ms. Richa Aggarwal
11 September 2023
In-House Workshop: NEP 2020
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
187
Ms. Garima Chawla
11 September 2023
In-House Workshop: NEP 2021
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
188
Ms. Mansi 
11 September 2023
In-House Workshop: NEP 2022
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
189
Ms. Poorva Singh
11 September 2023
In-House Workshop: NEP 2023
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
190
Ms. Anisha Rohilla
11 September 2023
In-House Workshop: NEP 2024
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
191
Ms. Divya Sharma
11 September 2023
In-House Workshop: NEP 2025
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
192
Ms. Amrapali Grover
11 September 2023
In-House Workshop: NEP 2026
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
193
Ms. Menu Mehta
11 September 2023
In-House Workshop: NEP 2027
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
194
Ms. Priyanka Budhiraja
11 September 2023
In-House Workshop: NEP 2028
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
195
Ms. Tanya Bhayana
11 September 2023
In-House Workshop: NEP 2029
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
196
Ms. Pallavi 
11 September 2023
In-House Workshop: NEP 2030
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
197
Ms.Kawaljeet Kaur Oberoi
11- 15 September  2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Central Institute of Educational Technology- NCERT
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay, Prof. Sandeep Sancheti, Prof. Jayashree Shinde, Prof. Manas Rajan and Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
198
Ms. Mamita Visht 
11-15 September 2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
CIET
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay, Prof. Sandeep Sancheti, Prof. Jayashree Shinde, Prof. Manas Rajan and Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
199
Ms. Garvita Gahlot
11- 15 September  2023
Online training on "Blended Learning"
 
Central Institute of Educational Technology -NCERT
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Sandeep Sancheti,
Prof. Jayashree Shinde,
Prof. Manas Rajan,
Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
200
Ms. Alka Jindal
11- 15 September  2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Sandeep Sancheti,
Prof. Jayashree Shinde,
Prof. Manas Rajan,
Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
201
Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar
11- 15 September  2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Sandeep Sancheti,
Prof. Jayashree Shinde,
Prof. Manas Rajan,
Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
202
Ms Sonika Garg
11- 15 September  2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Sandeep Sancheti,
Prof. Jayashree Shinde,
Prof. Manas Rajan,
Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
203
Ms. Geetanjali Nayar
11- 15 September  2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Sandeep Sancheti,
Prof. Jayashree Shinde,
Prof. Manas Rajan,
Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
204
Ms. Riddhi Mahajan
11- 15 September  2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Sandeep Sancheti,
Prof. Jayashree Shinde,
Prof. Manas Rajan,
Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
205
Ms Riddhima Arora
11- 15 September  2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Sandeep Sancheti,
Prof. Jayashree Shinde,
Prof. Manas Rajan,
Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
206
Ms Mansi Taneja
11- 15 September  2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Sandeep Sancheti,
Prof. Jayashree Shinde,
Prof. Manas Rajan,
Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
207
Ms. AnjuRani
11- 15 September  2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Sandeep Sancheti,
Prof. Jayashree Shinde,
Prof. Manas Rajan,
Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
208
Ms.Shalini Krishna 
11- 15 September  2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Central Institute of Educational Technology- NCERT
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Sandeep Sancheti,
Prof. Jayashree Shinde,
Prof. Manas Rajan,
Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
209
Ms. Neelam Mamgain
11- 15 September  2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Central Institute of Educational Technology- NCERT
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Sandeep Sancheti,
Prof. Jayashree Shinde,
Prof. Manas Rajan,
Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
210
Ms.Archana Mahajan
11- 15 September  2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Central Institute of Educational Technology- NCERT
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Sandeep Sancheti,
Prof. Jayashree Shinde,
Prof. Manas Rajan,
Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
211
Ms. Anju Sharma
11- 15 September  2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Central Institute of Educational Technology- NCERT
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Sandeep Sancheti,
Prof. Jayashree Shinde,
Prof. Manas Rajan,
Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
212
Ms. Vinita Sharma
11- 15 September  2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Central Institute of Educational Technology- NCERT
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Sandeep Sancheti,
Prof. Jayashree Shinde,
Prof. Manas Rajan,
Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
213
Ms. Divya Arya
11 - 15 September 2023
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Online training on 'Blended Learning'
Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Sandeep Sancheti,
Prof. Jayashree Shinde,
Prof. Manas Rajan,
Prof. Hrushikesh Senopaty
214
Ms. Priyanka Sharma
11 September 2023
In-House Workshop: NEP 2031
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
215
Ms. Priya Gupta
08 September 2023
Online training of Cyber Safety & Security
Center of Excellance Bhuvneshwar
Sarveswar Samal
216
Ms. Anita Dabral 
Friday, September 8, 2023
Counselling Approaches
CBSE, COE Thiruvananthapuram
Ms Lizarani Das
217
Ms. Smita Shukla
07 September 2023
Mentoring in the Modern Age: A Key Skill in Education
Zamit Originals
Ms. Payal Mathur, Ms. Zita Reszler
218
Ms. Anita Dabral 
Wednesday, September 6, 2023
Innovative &Diverse activities for Hindi language teaching 
AIEF
Sunita Sharma 
219
Ms.Mamita Visht
Wednesday, September 6, 2023
Innovative & Diverse Classroom Activities for Hindi Teaching
CBSE Bharat Sahodaya 
Ms Sunita Sharma 
220
Ms. Renu Rampal
Wednesday, September 6, 2023
Innovative & Diverse Classroom Activities for Hindi Teaching
CBSE Bharat Sahodaya 
Ms Sunita Sharma 
221
Ms. Babita
Wednesday, September 6, 2023
Innovative &Diverse activities for Hindi language teaching 
CBSE, Bharat Sahodaya
Ms. Sunita Sharma 
222
Ms. Anita Dabral 
Sunday, September 3, 2023
How to manage class with Emotional Intelligence 
AIEF
Kanchan pandey
223
Ms. Falguni Kapoor  
02 September 2023
Reimagining the English Classroom
Karadi Path Education Company
Mr. C.P. Viswanath
224
Ms. Shalini Arora
02 September 2023
Reimagining the English Classroom
Karadi Path Education Company
Mr. C.P. Viswanath
225
Ms. Smita Shukla
26 August 2023
Learning Art and Leaning Through Art
Oxford University Press and Faber Castell
Ms. Anahita Lee
226
Ms. Ritikaa Makan
25 August 2023
Counselling Approaches
CBSE
Mr Arpit Tripathi
227
Ms. Smita Shukla
23 August 2023
Four ideas to integrate the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in the language classroom
British Council
Meena Sridharan
228
Ms. Smita Shukla
18 August 2023
Universal Awareness in the 21st Century
Zamit Originals
Payal Mathur, Zita Reszler
229
Ms. Richa Prakash
18 August 2023
Universal Awareness in the 21st Century
Zamit Originals
Payal Mathur, Zita Reszler
230
Ms. Neha Nayak
17 August 2023
Introduction to Sign Language
HRDC, DPSS
Dr. Mellisa G. Wallang
231
Ms. Smita Shukla
17 August 2023
Employability: How to future proof yourself in the 21st Century
Zamit Originals
Payal Mathur, Zita Reszler
232
Ms. Neha Nayak
16 August 2023
Counselling Approaches
CBSE
Ms. Bhavna Bhanot
233
Ms. Ritikaa Makan
12 August 2023
Inclusion and Classroom Techniques
The British School
Ms Anamika Ghose
234
Ms. Renu Rampal
Monday, August 7, 2023
Mental Wellbeing
AIEF
Ms Mallika Sen
235
Ms. Richa Punj
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
236
Ms. Kriti Sharma 
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
237
Ms. Meenakshi Sharma
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust
Panel of Navtika Symposium 
238
Ms. Akanksha Singh
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
239
Ms. Shaguna Mehta
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
240
Ms. Chandni Rekhi
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
241
Ms. Meenu Mehta
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
242
Ms. Priyanka Sharma
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
243
Ms. Preeti Rohella
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust
Panel of Navtika Symposium 
244
Ms. Amardeep Kaur
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
245
Ms. Kawaljeet Kaur Oberoi
Saturday, August 5, 2023
Workshop on Immersive Learning
Homilab Organisation
Ms.Gunja
246
Ms. Bindu Mehta
Tuesday, August 1, 2023
Mastering imagery
AIEF
Kanchan Pandey
247
Ms. Renu Rampal
Tuesday, August 1, 2023
Mastering Imagery
AIEF
Ms Kanchan Pandey
248
Ms. Bindu Mehta
Saturday, July 29, 2023
Magic in the clasroom
AIEF
Harpreet K Chaudhary
249
Ms. Bindu Mehta
Saturday, July 29, 2023
Digital tools for innovation teaching
AIEF
Prachi Verma
250
Ms. Renu Rampal
Saturday, July 29, 2023
Magic in the clasroom
AIEF
Harpreet K Chaudhary
251
Ms. Renu Rampal
Saturday, July 29, 2023
Digital tools for innovation teaching
AIEF
Prachi Verma
252
Ms. Bindu Mehta
Friday, July 28, 2023
Pedagogies for NCF
AIEF
Shilpi Gupta
253
Ms. Renu Rampal
Friday, July 28, 2023
Pedagogies for NCF
AIEF
Shilpi Gupta
254
Ms. Meenu Mehta
10 July 2023
In house training workshop on Early Children Education  
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms.Neha Bhardwaj
255
Ms. Manisha Sethi
28 June 2023
Aboriginal Art
Sanskruti Art Academy and Fevicryl
Ms. Archana Jain
256
Ms. Manisha Sethi
14 June 2023
Masks Preparation: Native & Creative
National Geographics & St Ives School Of Painting
Dr Nitin Majumder
257
Ms. Manisha Sethi
07 June 2023
Workshop on Stained Glass Painting
Sanskruti School Of Fine Arts
Mr. Sandeep Kushwaha
258
Ms. Chandni Rekhi
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE
Mrs Sarda Chandrasekaran
259
Ms. Mansi Taneja
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms. Sarda Chandrasekaran
260
Ms. Manisha Sethi
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE
Ms. Sarda Chandrasekaran
261
Ms. Preeti Rohella
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
262
Ms. Manisha Sethi
24 May 2023
Workshop on Painting with Acrylic
Sanskruti Art Academy
Mr. Nitin Majumder & Mr. Subroto Dey

 

हिंदी की चुनिंदा कहानियों का पुनर्पाठ

Date: 03 July 2023

3 जुलाई 2023 को HRDC, DPSS द्वारा दोपहर 2.30 बजे एक वेबिनार आयोजित किया गया। इस वेबिनार का विषय था - हिंदी की चुनिंदा कहानियों का पुनर्पाठ। इसकी वक्ता थीं- डॉ० गरिमा श्रीवास्तव। मुख्य वक्ता ने कहानियों में व्याप्त संवेदनशीलता से छात्रों को जोड़ने का सुझाव दिया। उपरोक्त वेबीनार हम हिंदी अध्यापक-अध्यापिकाओं के लिए बेहद उपयोगी था ।  भविष्य में इसी प्रकार के वेबिनार में उपस्थित होने के अवसर की प्रतीक्षा रहेगी।

‘काव्य खंड - पाठन और पठन’

Date: 04 July 2023

4 जुलाई 2023 को HRDC, DPSS द्वारा दोपहर 2.30 बजे एक वेबिनार आयोजित किया गया। इस वेबिनार का विषय था - काव्य खंड - पाठन और पठन। इसकी वक्ता डॉ० अमृता तिवारी, जो  जीसस एंड मैरी कॉलेज दिल्ली विश्व विद्यालय में प्रोफ़ेसर के पद पर कार्यरत हैं। डॉ० तिवारी ने काव्य पाठन व पठन को व्यवहारिकता के स्तर पर पढ़ाने के उपयोगी सुझाव दिए। कक्षा में विद्यार्थियों की विषय के प्रति रूचि बनाए रखने के लिए नयी विधियों को अपनाने के सुझाव दिए गए । इस प्रकार के वेबिनार शिक्षकों के शिक्षण विधियों में नवीनता एवं अन्वेषण लाने में सहायक होते हैं। भविष्य में इसी प्रकार के वेबिनार में उपस्थित होने के अवसर की प्रतीक्षा रहेगी।

हिंदी व्याकरण : सिद्धांत और व्यवहार

Date: 05 July 2023

5 जुलाई 2023 को HRDC, DPSS के द्वारा दोपहर 2:30 बजे वेबिनार का आयोजन किया गया, जिसका विषय था - ‘हिंदी व्याकरण : सिद्धांत और व्यवहार’। इस वेबिनार की मुख्य वक्ता थीं- सुश्री डॉ. निशा नाग, जो मिरांडा हाउस दिल्ली विश्व विद्यालय में प्रोफ़ेसर के पद पर कार्यरत हैं। डॉ. नाग ने विषय से संबंधित उपयोगी सुझाव दिए। उनका सुझाव था कि हिंदी व्याकरण के सिद्धांतों को छात्रों के स्तर के अनुरूप व्यावहारिकता के स्तर पर उतार कर पढ़ाना उपयोगी होगा। यह वेबिनार सभी हिंदी शिक्षकों के लिए अत्यंत उपयोगी रहा। भविष्य में इसी प्रकार के वेबिनार में उपस्थित होने के अवसर की प्रतीक्षा रहेगी।

ROLE OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING SERVICES IN SCHOOLS

Day/Date: Saturday, 27 May 2023

In the month of May, 2023 CBSE has organised online continuous professional development programmes for teachers.I have attended one of those programs based on the topic—Role of Guidance and counselling in schools. The workshop started with the introduction of the topic and the resource person involved all the participants in the discussion. She discussed about the need of counselling in schools especially after covid and online classes. How it has affected our lives, kids mental and physical health. She has also told about the problems and their remedies which are very common now a days. She told about the different ways of counselling and colour card system.  She also discussed about the methods to deal with the parents also.
Overall it was a very informative and fruitful workshop. I am thankful to the authorities for giving me this chance to attend the workshop.

'रचनात्मक लेखन'

Date: 07, July 2023

HRDC DPSS के अनुसार विद्यार्थियों में नवीन भाषा कौशलों के संवर्धन हेतु शुक्रवार,7 जुलाई 2023 को 'रचनात्मक लेखन' विषय पर कार्यशाला (वेबिनार) का आयोजन HRDC DPSS के सहयोग से हिंदी विषय के शिक्षकों के लिए किया गया। इस वेबिनार का आरंभ करते हुए दिल्ली विश्वविद्यालय के हिंदी विशेषज्ञ डॉ. वीरेंद्र भारद्वाज से परिचित करवाया गया। डॉ. वीरेंद्र भारद्वाज दिल्ली विश्वविद्यालय के 'शिवाजी कॉलेज' में प्रोफेसर के रूप में कार्यरत हैं।

डॉ. भारद्वाज द्वारा विद्यार्थियों के लिए 'रचनात्मक लेखन' के महत्व पर चर्चा करते हुए कार्यशाला का आरंभ किया तथा रचनात्मक लेखन के मुख्य उपकरणों जैसे अनुभव,कल्पना तथा अभिव्यक्ति कौशल और सौंदर्य  पर विशेष प्रकाश डाला गया। इस श्रृंखला को आगे बढ़ाते हुए डॉ. भारद्वाज ने रचनात्मक लेखन  के मुख्यत:चार क्षेत्रों पर चर्चा की। जिसमें उन्होंने साहित्य की विविध विधाओं के साथ-साथ पत्रकारिता, विज्ञापन तथा लोकप्रिय संस्कृति के विषय पर भी खुलकर अपने विचार प्रस्तुत किए। सामान्य जीवन के उदाहरण के माध्यम से अपनी कथनी को किस प्रकार प्रभावशाली और आकर्षक बनाना संभव है इस विषय पर चर्चा की गई।

कार्यशाला की अंतर्गत 'रचनात्मक लेखन' कराते समय किन-किन चुनौतियों का सामना किया जाता है और उनका समाधान किस प्रकार संभव है इस पर भी विशेष जानकारी दी गई। विद्यार्थियों को 'रचनात्मक-लेखन' के लिए कैसे प्रेरित करें इस विषय पर भी चर्चा की गई तथा इसके अंतर्गत आए समस्त उपविषयों को सरल और सहज उदाहरणों के माध्यम से समझाते हुए विद्यार्थियों को प्रकृति के साथ जोड़ने की बात पर विशेष बल दिया गया।

अंत में  डॉ. वीरेंद्र भारद्वाज द्वारा सवाल-जवाब का सत्र भी रखा गया जिसके माध्यम से 'रचनात्मक लेखन' के संवर्धन से संबंधित विभिन्न पक्षों पर हमारा ज्ञान और प्रबुद्ध हुआ।

माननीय डॉ. भारद्वाज के अमूल्य विचारों तथा मार्गदर्शन के लिए उनका सादर आभार व्यक्त किया गया।

उपरोक्त वेबिनार हम सभी हिंदी शिक्षकों के लिए अत्यंत उपयोगी था। HRDC DPSS से भविष्य में इस प्रकार की ज्ञानवर्धक और उपयोगी वेबिनार के प्रेक्षी रहूँगी।

अभिव्यक्ति कौशल का विकास : चुनौतियां और संभावनाएं

दिनांक : 6 जुलाई 2023

डॉ प्रीति प्रजापति जी ने कक्षा में विद्यार्थियों में अभिव्यक्ति कौशल के विकास के लिए विभिन्न गतिविधियों पर चर्चा की और बच्चों को अभिव्यक्ति का अवसर प्रदान करने की बात की । हिंदी की विभिन्न बाल पत्र पत्रिकाओं के पठन पर भी प्रकाश डाला । चर्चा विषय के अनुरूप, प्रभावशाली एवं उपयोगी रही । सभी शिक्षक इस वेबिनार से लाभान्वित हुए ।भविष्य में भी इस प्रकार की संगोष्ठियों में भागीदारिता निभाने की आकांक्षी ।

ONLINE AWARENESS PROGRAMMES FOR TEACHERS ON SALESMANSHIP

Day/Date: Wednesday, 7 June 2023

Ms. Ritu Bajaj highlighted the course and how Salesmanship as a skill subject develops employability and skills competencies of students of class XI and XII, if they opt for this subject. The resource person also discussed the Vertical mobility of students with this skill subject in their career and the various managerial levels they would be able to achieve over a period of time.
The major focus areas of the session were how CBSE curriculum helps enhance the communication, self-management, ICT and entrepreneurial skills of the students and make them future ready.
The session offered valuable information and tips.

INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MARKETS

Day/Date: Tuesday, 13 June 2023

Introduction to financial markets may be offered as additional sixth subject along with the existing five compulsory subjects. The resource person highlighted the Vertical mobility of the skill subject from Higher education towards career opportunities the  skill offers.
Major emphasis was laid on classes IX & X, discussing its modules, procedure for examination certifications and the fee as well.
Overall it was an enriching session.

PROGRAM IN PHYSICS

Dates: 27 May to 31 May, 2023

It was a 5-day workshop on the content of physics for class 11th and 12th, organized by Human Resource Development Center, Delhi Public School Society.
There were 42 PGT Physics from different DPS Schools all over India.  
The first day started with inaugural session, where Ms. Vanita Sehgal, Executive director of HRDC inspired a lot to everyone. She shared the concept of NEP and importance of role of teachers in it.
Detail day-wise description is here:
MAY 27, 2023
Topic 1: Angular Momentum and Torque
RESOURCE PERSON: Dr. Subhasis Ghosh, professor, school of physical science, Jawaharlal Nehru university of New Delhi.
Topic 2: Gauss’s Law & it’s applications
Resource Person:  Dr. Prabhakar Singh, Professor Dept. of Physics,  IIT (BHU) Varanasi.
MAY 28, 2023
Topic 3: Electrostatic Torque on Electric dipole , Numerical problems to teachers for solving .
Resource Person:  Dr. Prabhakar Singh, Professor Dept. of Physics, IIT (BHU) Varanasi.
Topic 4: Wave Optics
Resource Person: Dr Navin Gaur, Associate Professor, Department of physics, Dayal Singh College, University of Delhi.
MAY 29, 2023
Topic 5: MAGNETISM
Resource Person: Dr C.V. Krishnamurthy, Professor- Department of physics, IIT-Madras.

Topic 6: KIRCHHOFF’S LAWS AND ITS APPLICATIONS
Resource Person: Dr C. V. Krishnamurthy, Associate Professor, Department of physics, IIT Madras.
May 30, 2023
Topic 7:  PROBLEM SOLVING DOUBT CLEARING
RESOURCE PERSON: PADMA SHRI PROF. HARISH CHANDRA VERMA, Indian Physicist, Retd. Prof. Department of Physics IIT Kanpur
MAY 31, 2023
Topic 8: Oscillations and waves
Resource Person: Dr. Jiji Pulikkotil (Senior Principal Scientist CSIR National  Physics Laboratory of India, New Delhi) and
Dr. Ajeet (Principal Scientist CSIR National Physics Laboratory of India, New Delhi)
Topic 9:  Rotational Dynamics, Centre Of Mass And Moment Of Inertia
Resource Person: DR. Pragati Ashdhir Professor, Department of Physics, Hindu College, University of Delhi
Learning Outcomes
1. We should try to teach by showing demonstrations and performing activities in which students can actively participate and draw their conclusions. It will help in their experiential learning and they can remember that throughout their life.
2.  We should design and put such questions in the class which will allow the students to think various possible answers and their reasons which will develop the logical and creative thinking skills among the students and it will ultimately help in developing the scientific aptitude among the students.
3. At times we should go beyond the text books and explain the actual cause of any activity or experiments. This explanation can be different from the one given in the book but it will help in expanding their horizon and develop critical and logical thinking skills among the students. That way they will be motivated to pursue scientific research and contribute in the field of physics.

DEMAND AND ELASTICITY, COST ANALYSIS, GLOBALISATION AND THE INDIAN ECONOMY   

Day/Date: Thursday, 13 July 2023

A very thoughtful and intellectual webinar was taken by Dr. Shubhasis Dey, Dean (Faculty Administration and Development) Economics, Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode.  The webinar was well attended by the teachers of different branches of DPS across the country.
Dr. Shubhasis emphasised that the ultimate goal of teaching is to make the students self-learners. This can be done only if we as teachers are able to develop the interest in the subject. He shared very innovative methods and examples to teach these topics to the students. This session was very enriching and has given me several lessons which will stay with me life-long.

CONSUMER  EQUILIBRIUM , UTILITY  APPROACH, AND LAW OF VARIABLE PROPORTION           

Day/Date : Monday, 10 July 2023

A very intellectual session was taken by Prof. Deepashree of Shri Ram College of  Commerce, University of Delhi. She  gave a very comprehensive explanation of  the topics of Micro Economics. The webinar was well attended by the teachers of different branches of DPS across the country. She also threw some light upon the strategies that can be undertaken  while teaching these topics to the students. The knowledge gained in this webinar has immensely helped me in refining myself as a teacher.

NEP 2020 : VOCATIONALISATION OF EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS

Dr. Mehrotra began the session with discussing various stages of Evolution of Vocational Education as Craftsmen Training Scheme in 1950 from Samagra Shiksha to Implementing at school level.

He also emphasised on the basic structure of NEP 2020 and the road ahead. Vocationalisation proposes a multi-disciplinary approach to education, allowing students to choose subjects across various domains. NEP 2020 removing the distinction between Arts, Science and Commerce.

Dr. Mehrotra also discussed the underlined objectives of NEP 2020 which is to prepare learners through the school and higher education system and give them exposure to vocational education by 2025. Work based activities and multi-skill activities in the teaching & learning process will become an integral part from Grades 6 to 8.

Vocational exposure at middle stage in terms of Bagless days, vocational interest inventory, local Arts & Craft, Lok Vidya were also discussed.

Dr. Vinay shared links from skill India, NCVET, MSDE, NQR related to vocationalisation of education.

It was a very informative and enriching session.

ECONOMETRICS        

Day/Date: Friday, 14 July 2023

A very intellectual session was taken by Dr. S Madheswaram, Prof. (Centre for Economic Studies and Policy Institute for Social and Economic change, Nagarbhavi Post, Bangalore). He gave a very comprehensive explanation on the topics of Econometrics.
The webinar was well attended by the teachers of different branches of DPS across the country. He also threw some light upon the strategies that can be undertaken while teaching statistics with the help of econometrics to the students. The knowledge gained in this webinar has immensely helped me in refining myself as a teacher.

EMPLOYMENT AND HUMAN CAPITAL FORMATION

Day/Date: Monday, 17 July 2023

A very interesting online session was taken by Dr. Swati Raju, Prof. (Mumbai School of Economics and Public Policy,, University of Mumbai, Kalina). She gave a very comprehensive explanation on the topics of Employment and Human Capital Formation.
The webinar was well attended by the teachers of different branches of DPS across the country. She also gave explanations through survey reports on Employment and Human Capital Formation. She explained strategies that can be undertaken while teaching Employment and Human Capital Formation in Indian Economy to the students. The knowledge gained in this webinar has immensely helped me in refining myself as a teacher.

ZOOM WEBINAR - FEUDALISM

Day/Date: Wednesday, 13 September 2023

On  September 13, 2023,  an online session on the topic of Feudalism was conducted by Dr. Shankar Kumar, Associate Professor, Department of History, Hindu College, University of Delhi.
Ms. Vanita Sehgal extended a warm welcome to the Resource Person and the participants present at the webinar. She said that it was heartening to see the interest shown in the sessions by the participants and the positive feedback received for every session in the History webinar series.

The presentation on 'Feudalism' began with the generally accepted attributes of the model, which are as follows:

  • Feudalism from 10th-13th century in Europe.
  • Historiography of Feudalism.
  • Limitations of treating Feudalism as a world system, unlike Capitalism.
  • Feudalism in India.
  • Quoted references from Herman Kulke, B.D. Chattopadhyay & Marc Bloch.
  • Dr. Kumar reiterated that the topic of Feudalism has a lot of interesting and informative resources. Therefore, it requires 'telescoping' the available data related to Feudalism in some meaningful ways to facilitate a better understanding of the concept.
  • The queries of the participants were answered comprehensively during the Q&A session by Dr. Shankar Kumar.
The Vote of Thanks was delivered by Ms. Jyoti Sharma, Joint Director, HRDC, DPSS.

PEDAGOGICAL PERSPECTIVE OF VIRTUAL LABS ON DIKSHA

Date:  10 July to 14 July 2023

The focus of workshop was to Promote Educational Technology to introduce educators to the potential of virtual labs as a powerful educational tool and highlight their role in modern pedagogy. To Enhance Pedagogical Skills to equip educators with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively integrate virtual labs into their teaching methods. To assess the potential impact of virtual labs on pedagogical education and research, both in terms of student engagement and academic advancements.

It was a very fruitful workshop.

ROLE OF GUIDANCE AND COUNCELLING SERVICES IN SCHOOL

Day/Date: Friday, 26 May 2023

The main focus of this workshop was about importance of councelling services at school level for the proper development of children.
It stated that a child needs councelling not only for behavior issue but for other issues like career councelling to guide or help them in choosing career in future
It was a very fruitful workshop.

DEVELOPMENT OF E CONTENT AUDIO RESOURCES

Dates: 26 May to 30 June 2023

The main focus of this workshop was   e Content contributes to the overall convenience and efficiency of the teaching process. With digital resources readily available, educators can easily update and modify content to reflect the latest advancements and discoveries in their respective fields. eContent also allows for effortless distribution and sharing of educational materials, saving time and resources compared to traditional print-based materials. Furthermore, eContent enables educators to track and monitor learner progress, providing valuable insights into areas of strength and areas that may require additional support. The development of eContent empowers learners to take an active role in their learning process, facilitates a deep understanding of complex concepts, and includes varied learning styles.

It was a very fruitful workshop.

SAFE ONLINE COMMUNICATIONS

Dates: 3 July to 07 July 2023

The focus of workshop was With the recent shift towards e-learning, and a significant increase in online communications has exposed the risk of cyberattacks; cybercriminals are finding opportunities to defraud schools, steal sensitive information or deploy ransomware schemes. It is necessary for every individual to take the responsibility in safeguarding oneself in the cyber world. Safe online communication also cultivates digital citizenship skills, promoting responsible behavior and respectful online interactions. It is essential for creating a secure and supportive learning environment for all. Hence every individual needs to establish safe online communication practices and school needs to create a secure and positive learning environment in order to safeguard oneself in the cyber world.

It was a very fruitful workshop.

UNPACKING NATIONAL CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK

Day/Date:Tuesday, August 8, 2023

The National Curriculum Framework for School Education plays a pivotal role in shaping the educational landscape of a country. Mr. Chetan B Singai, an academic leader and Associate Professor at Chanakya University in Bengaluru, has put forth a comprehensive perspective on the redesigning of secondary education, with a specific focus on offering choices and combinations of subjects at this crucial level.

Importance of Redesigning Secondary Education:

Secondary education forms a critical juncture in a student’s academic journey, shaping their career path and aspirations. In recent times, there has been a growing realization of the need to revamp the secondary education system to make it more relevant, engaging, and adaptable to the evolving demands of the 21st century.

Emphasis on Choice and Combination of Subjects:

Mr. Chetan B Singai’s approach centers on providing students with the autonomy to choose subjects that align with their interests, strengths, and future goals. This approach acknowledges that every student is unique and may excel in areas beyond the traditional core subjects. Allowing students to select a combination of subjects enables them to tailor their education, fostering a sense of ownership and engagement in their learning journey.

Benefits of Choice-Based Curriculum:

1.  Holistic Development: A choice-based curriculum promotes holistic development by encouraging students to pursue subjects that ignite their passions. This can lead to improved self-esteem and motivation.
2.         Flexibility: Students can explore diverse subjects, fostering a broader perspective and adaptability. This prepares them for a rapidly changing job market.
3.         Enhanced Learning: Students are more likely to excel in subjects they are genuinely interested in, leading to higher academic performance and improved learning outcomes.
4.         Reduced Stress: The elimination of forced subjects reduces unnecessary academic pressure, contributing to better mental well-being.
5.         Future Preparedness: A personalized curriculum equips students with the skills and knowledge needed for their chosen career paths.

Challenges and Considerations:

While the choice-based approach holds several advantages, its implementation requires careful consideration of various factors:

1. Resource Allocation: Offering a wide array of subjects demands adequate resources, including skilled teachers and updated materials.
2.Balanced Curriculum: Ensuring a balance between core subjects and electives is crucial to maintaining a well-rounded education.
3. Equity: Efforts must be made to ensure that all students, irrespective of their backgrounds, have equal access to a variety of subjects.
4. Assessment Methods: Assessment strategies need to be adaptable to the diverse subjects chosen by students, moving beyond traditional standardized testing.

Conclusion:
Mr. Chetan B Singai’s proposal to redesign secondary education with a focus on choice and combination of subjects has the potential to revolutionize the way students engage with their education. By acknowledging individuality and interests, this approach can foster a love for learning, enhance academic outcomes, and prepare students for the challenges and opportunities of the future. However, careful planning, resource allocation, and consideration of equity must underpin the implementation of such a visionary approach.                

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

Day/Date: Thursday, 20 April 2023

True learning can take place if the classroom has congenial atmosphere and one of the biggest causes of stress for teachers is attempting to create the ideal environment for their students.

Dr. Kaushal  explained the Principles for successful classroom management and Major Diversities in classroom .
She pointed out that each block of time in the classroom , no matter how small, needs to be planned. She said that teachers must use knowledge of verbal, Non- verbal, technological communication techniques to foster collaboration and supportive interaction in the classroom.

She emphasised on the following points:

1. Class management through Teaching
  • Importance of paraphrasing, perception checking and clarifying questions.
  • To recognise the increasing importance of technology as a tool for student learning.
  • To create a motivated environment in the classroom which leads student’s interest, enthusiasm and removes fear.
  • Effective body language.
  • Teaching – learning process must be interactive .
  • Team work between students which helps in establishing mutual understanding.

2. Effective Classroom Management

  • Teacher must display leadership qualities- wiling to change and flexible to adapt different situations.
  • Must give equal opportunities to all students.
  • Teachers must teach the rules and establish the consequences of failing to observe the rules.
  • To raise morale of the students through recognition and appreciation.
  • To promote identification and creativity.

3. Listening

  • Listen carefully to learners messages both verbal or Non verbal
  • Consider the learners emotional state
  • Be interested in speaker
  • Respond in a tone that is appropriate for that situation

4. Building Relationships

  • To avoid personality conflicts among learners.
  • Enabling students to develop a feeling of self-respect, social equality and self-reliance.

5. Forming group and teams

  • Encourage students to do team work and exchange their creative ideas in the classroom.

This workshop on Classroom management was very enriching and gave us an insight that  a caring, living and compassionate attitude can create a conducive and fruitful classroom management.

BUSINESS STUDIES

Day/Dates: 28-30 July 2023

A three days residential training programme for the teachers of Business Studies was conducted by HRDC, DPSS at Knowledge Park-V, Greater Noida, U.P. from 28 to 30 July 2023.

I am highly obliged that the school gave me the opportunity to attend the same. The training sessions were conducted by highly acclaimed resource persons from the field of commerce, finance, business and management. Coming from various universities PAN India, they enlightened and enriched the participants with their immense knowledge, resources and innovative teaching pedagogies. The sessions focussed on treading uncharted waters successfully through the continuous cycle of unlearning, learning and relearning.

Meeting different teachers from all over India DPS Schools was another breakthrough and great learning as we all brainstormed and ventured in the possibilities of how to deliver the best to OUR LEARNERS. Sharing the best teaching practices with everyone equipped us with more calibre to reach out to diverse set of learners.

Overall it was a wonderful training programme and great learning experience for which all words of gratitude towards my school and HRD Centre will be short.

ACCOUNTANCY PROGRAMME

Day/Dates: 26-28 July 2023

The HRDC, DPSS organised a three days Offline Programme in Accountancy from 26-28 July 2023 for teachers teaching Classes XI & XII at its campus in Knowledge Park-V, Greater Noida, U.P. Fifty two teachers from DPS Schools across the country attended the programme. The programme was specially created to cater to the requirements of the teachers teaching Accountancy and dealt with a variety of topics related to Financial Statements, Ratio Analysis, Cash Flow Statements, GST, Depreciation and much more.

Overall it was a busy and productive three days on campus for the participants starting with a Yoga session in the morning, followed by sessions by experts. Another highlight was the sharing of Best Practices by all the participants. The teachers discussed the pedagogies and strategies that they used in class to teach a variety of topics and discussed what worked best. Many ideas for Art Integration in learning were also shared. The participants found the sessions extremely useful and had a lot of takeaways from sessions, which they were eager to share with their colleagues.

The programme in Accountancy was launched with a brief Inaugural session in the beautiful and imposing lobby of the Administrative Block of the HRDC. All the participants who had arrived on campus the previous day, gathered together for the ceremony.

Ms. Vanita Sehgal, Executive Director, HRDC, DPSS welcomed the participants to the HRD Centre and hoped that they would make the most of the three days they spent on campus to imbibe as much information as they would. She also gave an outline of the programme and underlined the importance of a continuously evolving teaching process. She then introduced the members of team HRDC, Ms. M. Sudeshna and Ms. Jyoti Sharma Joint Directors, HRDC.

The Valedictory session commenced with the lighting of the lamp by Ms. Vanita Sehgal, Executive Director, HRDC, DPSS and the teacher participants.

Mr. Kapil Chaudhary and Ms. Nidhi Ahuja from DPS Raj Nagar and DPS Noida respectively were invited to briefly share their learning experiences of the three day programme in Accountancy.

After this, Ms. Vanita Sehgal and Dr. J.P. Mahajan, Professor, Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar distributed the Certificates of Participation to the teachers. Thereafter, Ms. M. Sudeshna proposed the Vote of Thanks.

Overall it was a wonderful training programme and great learning experience for which all words of gratitude towards my school and HRD Centre will be short.

WEBINAR ON MACROECONOMICS

Day/Date: Wednesday, 13 July 2023

 A very informative and interactive session was taken by Dr. Siddhartha K Rastogi, Associate Professor - Economics, IIM Indore.

The speaker started the session by highlighting the quality of education imparted by various schools of DPS society. He discussed innovative ideas of teaching Macroeconomics at school level from class 9 to 12. The key component of the online session was the emphasis on visual learning based on conceptual videos in order to make the teaching- learning more effective, practical and related to the real-life situation.

This was followed by an interactive question answer session dealing with some important aspects like how to prepare the case base questions, relevance of project work, how to make it more interesting and knowledgeable.

Further, the speaker shed light on the future prospects related to Economics.

The seminar was a huge success. All the participants benefitted immensely from this session.

PROMOTING USE OF LIBRARIES AND CULTIVATING READING HABITS

Day/Date: Monday, 29 May 2023

An enriching session was conducted by CBSE TRAINING TEAM ON ‘PROMOTING USE OF LIBRARIES AND CULTIVATING READING HABITS’. The resource person was Mrs. Sarda Chandrasekaran - Academic Director and Head of Institution, Whitefield Global School, Bengaluru, Karnataka.
The session commenced with the opening address by Mr. Sandeep Kumar Jain –Joint Secretary CBSE Training Team. The resource person Mrs. Sarda Chandrasekran began by highlighting the various reasons for having a library in the school. Libraries are very important as they foster love for reading, support academic success, promote creativity, imagination, vocabulary and enhance literary skills, thereby leading to personal growth and wellbeing.
Mrs. Sarda laid stress on the need to make libraries more and more visually appealing to the users with up-to-date information and making sure the seating is comfortable. It is the need of the hour to not only incorporate interactive zone, silent zone, discussion zone, but also to provide material for hands-on projects to the students visiting the library. The library must curate a wide variety of book, magazines, journals, and multimedia resources so as to cater to the broad bandwidth of its users.
Training the library staff to be friendly, approachable, and knowledgeable is paramount so that student benefit from their presence and the queries of the students are answered to their satisfaction.
The need to regularly refresh not only the books in the library but to also keep altering the layout of the books in the shelves is important. Students’ inputs and feedback must also be taken before restocking the library. All these factors are a key to make students love going to the library and getting into the habit of reading.
Creating class libraries, giving small recognition to students who read and speak about certain number of books that they read in an academic session, holding workshops, events, inviting some authors to the school to give a talk, DEAR TIME, all these are various simple yet 100 percent sure ways of motivating students to develop the skill of reading.
It was an enriching and motivating session.

MINDFUL LIVING

Day/Date: Thursday, 14 September 2023

Delhi Public School, Dwarka organized a workshop titled “Mindful Living” for the teaching staff on Thursday, 14 September 2023 in the school auditorium. It was a one hour session attended by all the teachers.  The workshop was spearheaded by Dr. Mantosh Kumar, a senior consultant at the Department of Mental Health & Behavioural Sciences, Fortis Memorial Research Institute. Dr. Mantosh has a rich experience of 11 years to his credit in the field of psychiatry.
The concept of mindfulness was explained through a power point presentation and the resource person gave multiple relatable instances where the audience learned to practice mindful living on a daily basis. He shared the techniques to become a mindful thinker and the benefits one can draw from it.
The workshop was an interactive and experiential session.  The teachers practised focused breathing exercises and thought monitoring, thus gaining an insight into what mindfulness is all about.  The session concluded with a Q & A session wherein Dr. Mantosh answered to the queries of the teachers.

 

S.NO.
NAME
DATE
TOPIC OF THE WORKSHOP
ORGANISED BY
RESOUSRCE PERSON
1
Ms. Jasleen Kaur
04 May 2023
Masterclass on Creative and Design  Thinking
Times of India - NIE 
Mr. Akhil 
2
Ms. Meenakshi Kanwar
17 May 2023
Getting Started with Cambridge Pathways  
Cambridge University Press and Assessment
Mrs. Alka Pandey
3
Ms. Ritikaa Makan
19 May 2023
Accessibility and Special Education:Supporting Equity in Remote Learning Environment
CBSE
Dr. Niti Dwivedi
4
Ms. Falguni Kapoor
19 May 2023
Accessibility and Special Education: Supporting Equity in Remote Learning Environment
CBSE
Dr. Niti Dwivedi
5
Ms. Mamita Visht 
26 May 2023
Hindi Enrichment for Primary to Secondary teaching 
CBSE BHARAT SAHODYA COMPLEX
Dr.Vinod Prasoon
6
Ms. Maneesha Mahajan
26 May 2023
Workshop on Immersive Learning
Homilab Organisation
Ms Gunja
7
Ms.Sapna Madnani
26 May 2023
Workshop on Immersive Learning
Homilab Organisation
Ms Gunja
8
Ms . Archana Mahajan
26 May 2023
Workshop on Immersive Learning
Homilab Organisation
Ms Gunja
9
Ms. Neelam Mamgain
26 May 2023
Workshop on Immersive Learning
Homilab Organisation
Ms Gunja
10
Ms. Pinki Sharma
26 May 2023
Hindi Enrichment for Primary to Secondary teaching
CBSE Bharat Sahodya Complex
Dr Vinod Prasoon
11
Ms. Manisha  Bhalla
26 May 2023
CBSE New Format of question Paper according to NEP
CBSE Bharat Sahodaya Complex
Dr. Vinod Prasoon
12
Ms. Bindu Mehta
26 May 2023
Hindi Enrichment for Primary to Secondary teaching
CBSE Bharat Sahodya Complex
Dr Vinod Prasoon
13
Ms. Babita
27 May 2023
Hindi Enrichment for Primary to Secondary teaching
CBSE Bharat Sahodaya Complex
Dr. Vinod Prasoon
14
Ms. Bindu M. Rawat
27 May 2023
Hindi Enrichment for Primary to Secondary teaching
CBSE Bharat Sahodaya Complex
Dr. Vinod Prasoon
15
Ms. Alka Jindal
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms. Sarda Chandrasekaran
16
Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms. Sarda Chandrasekaran
17
Ms. Anju Rani
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms. Sarda Chandrasekaran
18
Ms. Sonika Garg
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms. Sarda Chandrasekaran
19
Ms Meenakshi Kanwar
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms. Sarda Chandrasekaran
20
Ms. Anju Bajaj
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
21
Ms. Sukhpreet Kaur 
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
22
Ms. Renu Bala 
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms. Sarda Chandrasekaran
23
Ms Geetanjali Nayar 
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
24
Ms. Ridhima Arora
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
25
Ms. Kawaljeet Kaur Oberoi
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms. Sarda Chandrasekaran
26
Ms. Neelam Mamgain
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
27
Ms. Poonam Sehgal
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
28
Ms. Nidhi Jain
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
29
Ms. Chitra Kaul
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
30
Ms. Nimisha Sehgal
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
31
Ms. Swati Arora
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
32
Ms. Aditi Dharma
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
33
Ms. Shipra Aggarwal
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
34
Ms. Pallavi
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
35
Ms. Shikha Nandan 
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits 
CBSE Training Team
Mrs. Sarda Chandrasekaran 
36
Ms. Amrapali Grover
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
37
Ms. Shaguna Mehta
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms. Sarda Chandrasekaran
38
Ms. Kanika  Dogra
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits 
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
39
Ms. Richa Agarwal
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits 
CBSE Training Team
Mrs. Sarda Chandrasekaran 
40
Ms. Swati Dangwal
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits 
CBSE Training Team
Mrs. Sarda Chandrasekaran 
41
Ms. Tamara Sharma
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Mrs. Sarda Chandrasekaran 
42
Ms. Aarushi Kaushik
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Mrs. Sarda Chandrasekaran
43
Ms. Mahima Ahuja
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Mrs. Sarda Chandrasekaran
44
Ms. Ankita Luthra
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
45
Ms. Seema Kaushik
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
46
Ms. Poorva Singh
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
47
Ms. Falguni Kapoor
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
48
Ms. Aakanksha Attree
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits 
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
49
Ms. Bindu Mehta
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
50
Ms. Garima Chawla 
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
51
Ms. Manisha  Bhalla
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits 
CBSE Training Team
Mrs. Sarda Chandrasekaran
52
Ms. Preeti Rohella 
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Mrs. Sarda Chandrasekaran
53
Ms. Mansi
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
54
Ms. Renu Rampal
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
55
Ms. Divya Sharma
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits 
CBSE Training Team
Mrs. Sarda Chandrasekaran 
56
Ms. Chetna Sahni 
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits 
CBSE
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
57
Ms. Smita Shukla
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits 
CBSE Training Team
Mrs. Sarda Chandrasekaran 
58
Ms. Chandni Rekhi
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE
Mrs Sarda Chandrasekaran
59
Ms. Ritikaa Makan
30 May 2023
Understanding Multiple Sclerosis
NIEPID 
Mr. Sandeep Chitnis
60
Ms. Anubha malhotra
19 June 2023
Role of Guidance and Counselling Services in Schools
CBSE 
Ms. Rajeswari Muthusubramanian
61
Ms. Ritikaa Makan
19 June 2023
Role of Guidance and Counselling Services in Schools
CBSE 
Ms. Rajeswari Muthusubramanian
62
Ms. Renu Rampal
24 June 2023
Flipped Classrooms
AIEF WEBINAR
Ms Aarti Gill
63
Ms. Bindu Mehta
24 June 2023
Flipped Classrooms
AIEF WEBINAR
Ms Aarti Gill
64
Ms. Renu Rampal
25 June 2023
Understanding Bloom's Taxonomy
AIEF Webinar
Ms Malaika Sen
65
Ms. Bindu Mehta
25 June 2023
Understanding Bloom's Taxonomy
AIEF Webinar
Ms Malaika Sen
66
Ms. Neha Nayak
27 June 2023
Role of Guidance and Counselling Services in School
CBSE
K. Madhuri
67
Ms. Bindu Mehta
28 June 2023
Preparing Children for 21st century skills
AIEF WEBINAR
Ms Aarti Khillan
68
Ms. Ritikaa Makan
28 June - 30 June 2023
Development of Econtent : Audio Resources 
CIET - NCERT
Mr Ajit Kumar  Day, Mr Mriginder Singh, Mr Praveen Kumar
69
Ms. Renu Rampal
28 June 2023
Preparing Children for 21st century skills
AIEF WEBINAR
Ms Aarti Khillan
70
Ms. Renu Rampal
29 June 2023
Positive behaviour management strategies
AIEF WEBINAR
Archana Sharma
71
Ms. Renu Rampal
30 June 2023
Art Integration-Multidisciplinary Approach
AIEF WEBINAR
Neena Mathew
72
Ms. Bindu Mehta
29 June 2023
Positive behaviour management strategies
AIEF WEBINAR
Archana Sharma
73
Ms. Bindu Mehta
30 June 2023
Art Integration-Multidisciplinary Approach
AIEF WEBINAR
Neena Mathew
74
Ms. Menka Tyagi
30 June 2023
Art Integration-Multidisciplinary Approach
AIEF WEBINAR
Ms. Neena Mathew
75
Ms. Bindu Mehta
02 July 2023
Maslow's Heirarchy of Needs
AIEF WEBINAR
Ravikanth Perukulambil
76
Ms. Renu Rampal
02 July 2023
Maslow's Heirarchy of Needs
AIEF WEBINAR
Ravikanth Perukulambil
77
Ms. Bindu Mehta
03 July 2023
Planning of Internal Assessment
AIEF WEBINAR
Mathews K Thomas
78
Ms. Renu Rampal
03 July 2023
Planning of Internal Assessment
AIEF WEBINAR
Mathews K Thomas
79
Ms. Pooja Rai
03 July 2023
Planning of Internal Assessment
AIEF
Mathews K Thomas
80
Ms. Renu Rampal
07 July 2023
Fundamental Literacy & Numeracy
AIEF WEBINAR
AIEF Resource Team
81
Ms. Richa Punj
10 July 2023
In-House Training Workshop on Early Children Education
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
82
Ms. Aarushi Kaushik
10 July 2023
In-House Training Workshop on Early Children Education
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
83
Ms. Mahima Ahuja
10 July 2023
In-House Training Workshop on Early Children Education
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
84
Ms. Garima Chawla 
10 July 2023
In-House Training Workshop on Early Children Education
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
85
Ms. Akanksha Singh
10 July 2023
In-House Training Workshop on Early Children Education
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
86
Ms. Kriti Sharma
10 July 2023
In-House Training Workshop on Early Children Education
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
87
Ms. Amardeep kaur
10 July 2023
In- House training workshop on Early Childhood Education ) 
Delhi Public School, Dwarka 
Ms.Neha Bhardwaj 
88
Ms. Pallavi
10 July 2023
In House Training workshop on Early childhood Education
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Neha Bhardwaj 
89
Ms. Shikha Nandan 
10 July 2023
In- House training workshop on Early Childhood Education  
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Neha Bhardwaj 
90
Ms. Swati Dangwal
10 July 2023
In- House training workshop on Early Childhood Education  
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Neha Bhardwaj 
91
Ms. Meenakshi Kanwar
10 July 2023
In-House Training Workshop on Early Children Education
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
92
Ms. Priyanka Sharma 
10 July 2023
In- House training workshop on Early Childhood Education  
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Neha Bhardwaj 
93
Ms. Richa Agarwal
10 July 2023
In- House training workshop on Early Childhood Education  
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Neha Bhardwaj 
94
Ms.Poorva Singh
10 July 2023
In House Training workshop on Early childhood Education
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
95
Ms. Mansi
10 July 2023
In House Training workshop on Early childhood Education
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
96
Ms. Divya Sharma
10 July 2023
In-House Training Workshop on Early Children Education
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
97
Ms. Amrapali Grover
10 July 2023
In-House Training Workshop on Early Children Education
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms. Neha Bhardwaj
98
Ms. Chetna Sahni 
10 July 2023
In house training workshop on early childhood education
CBSE
Ms Neha Bhardwaj 
99
Ms. Meenu Mehta
10 July 2023
In house training workshop on Early Children Education  
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms.Neha Bhardwaj
100
Ms. Kriti Sharma
11 July 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits 
CBSE Training Team
Mrs. Sarda Chandrasekaran 
101
Ms. Richa Prakash
12 July 2023
Planning of Internal Assessment
AIEF
Mathews K Thomas
102
Ms. Richa Prakash
13 July 2023
Positive Behaviour Management Strategies
AIEF
Dr Archana Sharma
103
Ms. Jasleen Kaur
15 July 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits 
CBSE Training Team
Mrs. Sarda Chandrasekaran 
104
Ms. Gagandeep k Bhasin
15 July 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits 
CBSE Training Team
Mrs. Sarda Chandrasekaran 
105
Ms. Jasleen Kaur
16 July 2023
Planning of Internal Assessment
AIEF
Mathews K Thomas
106
Ms.Gagandeep K Bhasin 
16 July 2023
Planning of Internal Assessment
AIEF
Mathews K Thomas
107
Ms. Poonam Sehgal
18 July 2023
Introduction of New Text Book Class II
CBSE Training Team
Prof. Varada Mohan Nikalje
108
Ms. Nidhi Jain
18 July 2023
Introduction of New Text Book Class II
CBSE Training Team
Prof. Varada Mohan Nikalje
109
Ms. Chitra Kaul
18 July 2023
Introduction of New Text Book Class II
CBSE Training Team
Prof. Varada Mohan Nikalje
110
Ms. Nimisha Sehgal
18 July 2023
Introduction of New Text Book Class II
CBSE Training Team
Prof. Varada Mohan Nikalje
111
Ms. Swati Arora
18 July 2023
Introduction of New Text Book Class II
CBSE Training Team
Prof. Varada Mohan Nikalje
112
Ms. Aditi Dharma  
18 July 2023
Introduction of New Text Book Class II
CBSE Training Team
Prof. Varada Mohan Nikalje
113
Ms. Gurpreet Kaur
18 July 2023
Introduction of New Text Book Class II
CBSE Training Team
Prof. Varada Mohan Nikalje
114
Ms. Shipra Aggarwal
18 July 2023
Introduction of New Text Book Class II
CBSE Training Team
Prof. Varada Mohan Nikalje
115
Ms. Seema Kaushik
07 July 2023
Fundamental Literacy & Numeracy
AIEF WEBINAR
AIEF Resource Team
116
Ms. Pinki Sharma
23 July 2023
Effective Ways to Manage Student Behaviour 
CBSE
Ms. Shveta Kapur
117
Ms. Alka Jindal
24 July 2023 - 28 July 2023
Online Training on “Development of eContent: Interactive Resources”
Central Institute of Educational Technology -NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai,Ms. Sushumna Rao Tadinada,Dr. V. Malathi,Dr. Om Singh Chundawat,Dr. Ajita Deshmukh,
118
Ms. Renu Kaushik
24 July 2023 - 28 July 2023
Online Training on “Development of eContent: Interactive Resources”
 
Central Institute of Educational Technology -NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai,Ms. Sushumna Rao Tadinada,Dr. V. Malathi,Dr. Om Singh Chundawat,Dr. Ajita Deshmukh,
119
Ms. Seema Kaushik
03 August 2023
Online Author Training:Importance of Using Atlas in Classrooms
Oxford University Press 
Ms.Vinata Lal and Mr.Pravin Sinha
120
Ms. Vinita Sharma
05 August 2023
Workshop on Immersive Learning
Homilab Organisation
Ms Gunja
121
Ms. Divya Sharma
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
122
Ms. Richa Agarwal
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
123
Ms. Garima Chawla 
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
124
Ms. Anisha Rohilla
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
125
Ms. Poonam Sehgal
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
126
Ms. Chitra Kaul
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
127
Ms. Swati Arora
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
128
Ms. Nidhi Jain
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
129
Ms. Nimisha Sehgal
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
130
Ms. Aditi Dharma
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
131
Ms. Shipra Aggarwal
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
132
Ms. Gurpreet Kaur
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
133
Ms. Chetna Sahni 
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
134
Ms. Shikha Nandan 
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
135
Ms. Seema Kaushik
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
136
Ms. Meenakshi Bhalla
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
137
Ms. Shalini Arora
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust
Panel of Navtika Symposium 
138
Ms. Anju Sharma
05 August 2023
Workshop on Immersive Learning
Homilab Organisation
Ms.Gunja
139
Ms. Ankita Luthra
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
140
Ms. Richa Punj
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
141
Ms. Kriti Sharma 
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
142
Ms. Meenakshi Sharma
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust
Panel of Navtika Symposium 
143
Ms. Akanksha Singh
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
144
Ms. Shaguna Mehta
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
145
Ms. Chandni Rekhi
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
146
Ms. Meenu Mehta
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
147
Ms. Priyanka Sharma
05 August 2023
Pancha Kosha: Learning to Relearn and Discover
Salwan Education Trust 
Panel of Navtika Symposium
148
Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar
07 August 2023
Counselling Approaches
CBSE Training Team
Mr. P.V. Sathya Ramesh
149
Ms. Sonika Garg
07 August 2023
Counselling Approaches
CBSE Training Team
Mr. P.V. Sathya Ramesh
150
Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar
10 August 2023
Counselling Approaches
CBSE Training Team
Dr. Bushra Mustafa
151
Ms. Shikha Nandan 
10 August 2023
Orientation to NCF for Foundation Stage 
HRDC, DPSS 
Dr KV Sridevi 
152
Ms. Ritikaa Makan
12 August 2023
Inclusion and Classroom Techniques
The British School
Ms Anamika Ghose
153
Ms. Neha Nayak
16 August 2023
Counselling Approaches
CBSE
Ms. Bhavna Bhanot
154
Ms. Neha Nayak
17 August 2023
Introduction to Sign Language
HRDC, DPSS
Dr. Mellisa G. Wallang
155
Ms. Ritikaa Makan
17 - 19 August 2023
Learning Disability and its Differential Diagnosis
CBSM ,Delhi
Panel Of Rehab Professionals
156
Ms. Jasleen Kaur
07 August 2023
Addressing Diversity and Inclusion Through Stories
HRDC, DPSS
Dr. Dimple Rangilla

CAMBRIDGE TEACHER ENRICHMENT PROGRAMME

S. NO.
NAME
DATE
TOPIC OF THE WORKSHOP
ORGANISED BY
RESOUSRCE PERSON
1 Ms. Anubha malhotra 01 April 2023 Cambridge training programme(Convention Centre, DPS Dwarka) Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Achama Mathew
1
Ms. Poonam Sehgal
01 April 2023
Cambridge Training Programme (Convention Centre, DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Achama Mathew
2
Ms. Sonika Garg
01 April 2023
Cambridge training programme(Convention Centre, DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Achama Mathew
3
Ms. Jasleen Kaur
01 April 2023
Cambridge Training Programme (Convention Centre, DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Achama Mathew
4
Ms. Vinita Sharma 
01 April 2023
Cambridge Training Programme (Convention Centre, DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Achama Mathew
5
Ms. Falguni Kapoor
01 April 2023
Cambridge training programme(Convention Centre, DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Achama Mathew
6
Ms. Chetna Sahni 
01 April 2023
Cambridge Training Programme (Convention center DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Ms Achama Mathew 
7
Ms. Maneesha Mahajan
01 April 2023
Cambridge training programme(Convention Centre, DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Achama Mathew
8
Ms. Anju Sharmaa
01 April 2023
Cambridge Training Programme (Convention Centre, DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Achama Mathew
9
Ms. Swati Arora
01 April 2023
Cambridge Training Programme (Convention Centre, DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Achama Mathew
10
Ms. Gurpreet Kaur
01 April 2023
Cambridge Training Programme (Convention Centre, DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Achama Mathew
11
Ms. Shipra Aggarwal
01 April 2023
Cambridge Training Programme (Convention Centre, DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Achama Mathew
12
Ms. Amardeep kaur
01 April 2023
Cambridge Training Programme (Convention Centre, DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Achama Mathew
13
Ms. Tanya Bhayana 
01 April 2023
Cambridge training programme(Convention Centre, DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Archana Mathew
14
Ms. Shalini Arora
01 April 2023
Cambridge Training Programme (Convention center DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education 
Mrs. Archana Mathew
15
Ms. Akanksha Singh
01 April 2023
Cambridge training programme(Convention Centre, DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Achema Matthew
 
Ms. Anubha malhotra
10 April 2023
Training on check assessment 
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
16
Ms. Poonam Sehgal
10 April 2023
Training on Check Together Assessment (Online Workshop)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
17
Ms. Gurpreet Kaur
10 April 2023
Training on Check Together Assessment (Online Workshop)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
18
Ms. Seema Kaushik
10 April 2023
Training on Check Together Assessment (Online Workshop)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
19
Ms. Pallavi
10 April 2023
Training on Check Together Assessment ( Webinar ) 
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
20
Ms. Swati Dangwal
10 April 2023
Training on Check Together Assessment ( Webinar ) 
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
21
Ms. Chetna Sahni 
10 April 2023
Training on Check Together Assessment ( Webinar ) 
Cambridge Assessment  International Education 
Mr Nitin Ashok Yadav
22
Ms. Maneesha Mahajan
10 April 2023
Training on Check Together Assessment (Online Workshop)
Cambridge Assessment  International Education 
Mr Nitin Ashok Yadav
23
Ms. Shipra Aggarwal
10 April 2023
Training on Check Together Assessment (Online Workshop)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
24
Ms. Priyanka Sharma 
10 April 2023
Training on Check Together Assessment ( Webinar ) 
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
25
Ms. Shikha Nandan 
10 April 2023
Training on Check Together Assessment ( Webinar ) 
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
26
Ms. Richa Agarwal 
10 April 2023
Training on check assessment 
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
27
Ms. Priyanka Budhiraja 
10 April 2023
Training on Check Together Assessment (Online Workshop)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
28
Ms. Ankita Luthra
10 April 2023
Training on Check Together Assessment (Online Workshop)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
29
Ms Meenakshi Kanwar
10 April 2023
Training on Check Together Assessment ( Webinar ) 
Cambridge Assessment  International Education 
Mr Nitin Ashok Yadav
30
Ms. Poonam Sehgal
28 April 2023
Cambridge Assessment English (Online Workshop)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
31
Ms. Gurpreet Kaur
28 April 2023
Cambridge Assessment English (Online Workshop)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
32
Ms. Jasleen Kaur
28 April 2023
Digital Resources for Cambridge English Qualifications
Cambridge University Press and Assessment
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
33
Ms. Pallavi
28 April 2023
Digital Resources for Cambridge English Qualifications
Cambridge University Press and Assessment
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
34
Ms. Pooja Rai
28 April 2023
Digital Resources for Cambridge English Qualifications
Cambridge University Press and Assessment
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
35
Ms. Swati Dangwal
28 April 2023
Digital Resources for Cambridge English Qualifications
Cambridge University Press and Assessment
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
36
Ms. Shipra Aggarwal
28 April 2023
Cambridge Assessment English (Online Workshop)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
37
Ms. Priyanka Sharma 
28 April 2023
Digital Resources for Cambridge English Qualifications
Cambridge University Press and Assessment
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
38
Ms. Shikha Nandan 
28 April 2023
Digital Resources for Cambridge English Qualifications
Cambridge University Press and Assessment
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
39
Ms. Meenakshi Kanwar
28 April 2023
Cambridge Assessment English ( Webinar)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
40
Ms. Shaguna Mehta
28 April 2023
Cambridge Assessment English ( Webinar)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
41
Ms. Amardeep kaur
28 April 2023
Digital Resources for Cambridge English Qualifications
Cambridge University Press and Assessment
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
42
Ms. Richa Agarwal 
28 April 2023
Digital Resources for Cambridge English Qualifications
Cambridge University Press and Assessment
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
43
Ms. Priyanka Budhiraja 
28 April 2023
Cambridge Assessment English (Online Workshop)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
44
Ms. Ankita Luthra
28 April 2023
Cambridge Assessment English (Online Workshop)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
45
ms. Bindu M. Rawat 
28 April 2023
Cambridge Assessment English (Online Webinar)
Cambridge Assessment  International Education 
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
46
Ms. Seema Kaushik
28 April 2023
Cambridge Assessment English (Online Workshop)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Abhishek and Mr. Manish Puri
47
Ms .Richa Prakash
29 April 2023
Online Orientation Programme on Digital Resources
Cambridge English
Mr Vikas Bhartiya
48
Ms. Shipra Aggarwal
01 May 2023
Cambridge Assessment (DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
49
Ms. Priyanka Sharma 
01 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment  
Cambridge Assessment International Education 
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
50
Ms. Shikha Nandan 
01 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment  
Cambridge Assessment International Education 
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
51
Ms Meenakshi Kanwar
01 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment  
Cambridge Assessment International Education 
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
52
Ms. Richa Agarwal
01 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment  
Cambridge Assessment International Education 
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
53
Ms. Priyanka Budhiraja 
01 May 2023
Cambridge Assessment (DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
54
Ms. Ankita Luthra
01 May 2023
Cambridge Assessment (DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
55
Ms. Seema Kaushik
01 May 2023
Cambridge Assessment (DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
56
Ms. Poonam Sehgal
01 May 2023
Cambridge Assessment (DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
57
Ms. Gurpreet Kaur
01 May 2023
Cambridge Assessment (DPS Dwarka)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
58
Ms. Pallavi
01 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment  
Cambridge Assessment International Education 
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
59
Ms. Swati Dangwal
01 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment  
Cambridge Assessment International Education 
Mr. Nitin Ashok Yadav
60
Ms. Maneesha Mahajan
11 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr Nitin Ashok Yadav
61
Ms. Poonam Sehgal
17 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Alka Pandey
62
Ms. Nidhi Jain
17 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Alka Pandey
63
Ms. Nimisha Sehgal
17 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Alka Pandey
64
Ms. Swati Arora
17 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Alka Pandey
65
Ms. Aditi Dharma
17 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Alka Pandey
66
Ms. Gurpreet Kaur
17 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Alka Pandey
67
Ms. Shipra Aggarwal
17 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Alka Pandey
68
Ms. Priyanka Sharma 
17 May 2023
Getting Started with Cambridge Pathways  
Cambridge University Press and Assessment
Mrs. Alka Pandey
69
Ms. Shikha Nandan 
17 May 2023
Getting Started with Cambridge Pathways  
Cambridge University Press and Assessment
Mrs. Alka Pandey
70
Ms. Richa Agarwal 
17 May 2023
Getting Started with Cambridge Pathways  
Cambridge University Press and Assessment
Mrs. Alka Pandey
71
Ms. Priyanka Budhiraja 
17 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Alka Pandey
72
Ms. Ankita Luthra
17 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Alka Pandey
73
Ms. Bindu M. Rawat
17 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment 
Cambridge Assessment  International Education 
Ms. Alka Pandey
74
Ms. Menka Tyagi
17 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Alka Pandey
75
Ms. Pinki Sharma
17 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Alka Pandey
76
Ms. Seema Kaushik
17 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Alka Pandey
77
Ms. Meenakshi Kanwar
17 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment 
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Alka Pandey
78
Ms. Pallavi
17 May 2023
Getting Started with Cambridge Pathways  
Cambridge University Press and Assessment
Mrs. Alka Pandey
79
Ms. Swati Dangwal
17 May 2023
Getting Started with Cambridge Pathways  
Cambridge University Press and Assessment
Mrs. Alka Pandey
80
Ms. Maneesha Mahajan
17 May 2023
Cambridge Approach to Assessment 
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mrs. Alka Pandey
81
Ms. Nidhi Jain
29 May 2023
Promoting Use of Libraries and Cultivating Reading Habits
CBSE Training Team
Ms Sarda Chandrasekaran
82
Ms. Seema Kaushik
07 June-23 July 2023
Cambridge Primary Combined English
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Ms.Kerry Arthur
83
Ms. Poonam Sehgal
7 June 2023 - 23 July 2023
Cambridge Primary Combined English, Science, Mathematics
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Ms. Kerry Arthur
84
Ms. Maneesha Mahajan
11 June -15 July 2023
Online Introductory Cambridge International Early Years Course 
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Tania Swift
85
Ms. Maneesha Mahajan
11 June -15 July 2023
Online Introductory Cambridge International Early Years Course 
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Tania Swift
86
Ms. Swati Dangwal
10 July 2023
In- House training workshop on Early Childhood Education 
Delhi Public School, Dwarka
Ms Neha Bhardwaj 
 
Ms. Anubha malhotra
19 July 2023
Cambridge Exams Officer Webinar
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Ms. Kate Moulds
87
Ms. Shipra Aggarwal
25 July 2023
Cambridge Early Years - Our Approach to Assessment (Online)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Sanjay Mistry
88
Ms. Manisha Bhalla
25 July 2023
Cambridge Early Years - Our Approach to Assessment
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Mr. Sanjay Mistry
89
Ms. Pallavi
25 July 2023
Hybrid Session on Digital Assessment in Cambridge EY classrooms
Cambridge Assessment  International Education 
Mr. Sanjay Mistry
90 Ms. Swati Dangwal 25 July 2023 Hybrid Session on Digital Assessment in Cambridge EY classrooms Cambridge Assessment  International Education  Mr. Sanjay Mistr
91
Seema Kaushik
02 September 2023
Cambridge Global Perspectives
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Dr. Elaine Higgleton and Mr. Nikhil Pant
92
Manisha Bhalla
 
02 September 2023
Cambridge Global Perspectives
Cambridge  Assessment International Education
Dr.Elaine Higgleton and Mr.Nikhil Pant

POCSO SENSITIZATION PROGRAMME

Day/Date: Friday, 30 June 2023

DPS Dwarka conducted a POCSO Compliance Workshop for the entire school staff on 30 June 2023 in association with the NGO Voice of Women Foundation.
The event was graced by renowned advocates who apprised the audience about the legal nuances of the POCSO Act, its key features and the need for reporting and investigation in case of any incident of sexual abuse.
The panel comprised Mr Naveen Kumar Shelar, Advocate, Supreme Court and High Court, Mr. Vaseem Ahmed, Advocate High Court, Ms. Poonam Shelar, Advocate Delhi District Court, Mr. Manoj Sinha, Advocate, Delhi District Court and Mr. Atul Saini, President, Delhi region of the NGO Voice of Women Foundation.
Mr Naveen Kumar Shelar emphasised that children are the voiceless victims of physical, emotional and sexual violence. It is very essential for us to ‘Break the culture of Silence’. As teachers it is essential for us to communicate with our children.
The session was attended by the teachers, administrative staff and all the support staff. They were made aware of the rules, regulations, laws & acts that are used by the Government against the guilty. They were sensitized about being vigilant and not ignore any act that is disturbing & misleading.
All the staff members pledged to ensure a safe, secure and conducive learning environment for the students.
It was a highly informative and enlightening session.

CAMBRIDGE PATHWAYS : INTRODUCTION TO CAMBRIDGE RESOURCES AND APPROACH

Day/Date: Wednesday, 17 May 2023

An online webinar on ‘Cambridge Pathways : Introduction to Cambridge Resources and Approach’ was organised by Cambridge Assessment International Education(CAIE)  on Wednesday, 17 May 2023 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.

Ms. Alka Pandey, apprised the importance of the School Support Hub which is a secure online site for teachers at Cambridge schools. It is beautifully designed and helped us to find all the support we need to teach our programmes at one easy place.
Reiterating the fact that there are 30000 high-quality teaching and learning resources on the School Support Hub, the resource person gave us an insight into worksheets including schemes of work, lesson plans, samples of responses given by children, success criteria, checkpoints, effectively and exclusively designed learner guides. This helped in acquainting the teachers with subject and assessment details to design resources that support the learning and assessment outcomes.

The workshop was very effective in keeping teachers updated about the Cambridge subjects and the global Cambridge Pathway

ONLINE ORIENTATION PROGRAMME ON DIGITAL RESOURCES FOR CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH’

Day/Date: Friday, 28 April 2023

An ‘Online Orientation Programme on Digital Resources for Cambridge English’ was organised by Cambridge Assessment International Education(CAIE)  on Friday,             28 April 2023 from 03:30 p.m. to 04:30 p.m.
The webinar was presided and anchored by Mr. Manish Puri, Head of Business Development, South Asia at Cambridge English Language Assessment and was conducted by Mr. Abhishek Gosain, Business Development manager at Cambridge Assessment English. He introduced the participants to The Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). The CEFR has different levels (like Pre A1 starters, A1 Movers……till C2 Proficiency) which were explained comprehensively .The levels are tailored to learner’s age and ability which will help in understanding the progress of students .These levels describe the language ability and proficiency of learners. All these levels are independent and are meant to assist the learners in improving their linguistic skills. The importance of Cambridge English qualifications and availability of various resources for teachers were emphasised and the list of countries / places where these qualifications are accepted was shown.

The session was very informative and enlightening and ended after queries of teacher were taken up.

WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS

KEY PEDAGOGIES UNDER PINNING THE NEW CAMBRIDGE RESOURCES

Day/Date: Saturday, 01 April 2023

With an aim to provide teachers an insight into planning the CAMBRIDGE CURRICULUM at multi-levels and understanding the usage of relevant books, a workshop on Key Pedagogies under Pinning the New Cambridge Resources was conducted by Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) on Saturday, 01 April, 2023, at DPS Dwarka. The session was organised by Ms. Prabhjot Kaur, Manager, North India, Cambridge University Press and Assessment. The same was conducted by Ms. Achama Mathew, the Chief Education Officer for the Bombay Cambridge Gurukul Schools, as well as MsPooja Bhatia, In-charge Cambridge, Ardee School, New Friends Colony.  The workshop was attended by teachers of DPS Dwarka, DPS East of Kailash, DPS Vasant Vihar, The Blue Bells School, DPS International School of Edge, KR Mangalam World School, GK - II, Summer Fields International School and Shriram Global School.        

During the session, teachers were enlightened about the attributes a Cambridge learner should possess, which are being confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged.  Techniques for planning classroom activities were taught, with major stress on ‘learning by doing’. It was emphasized that as teachers, we must focus on what we actually want our students to learn, how we know they are learning, and what is the best activity for developing learning.   The term, ‘Metacognition’ was explained in detailed using relevant classroom examples, followed by a discussion on ‘Metacognitive Strategy’, which involves the processes of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluating.  Teachers were introduced to relevant books, their usage and including the same in their Unit Plans, with special focus on formulating Learning Objectives.    

All in all, the session proved to be a fruitful and enriching experience for all present. 

TRAINING ON CHECK TOGETHER ASSESSMENT

An online workshop was organised by Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) on the Microsoft teams app as per the following
Day  :  Monday , 10 April 2023

Time : 4:00 p.m.  


Topic : Check Together Assessment


The workshop was conducted by Mr. Nikhil Ashok Yadav


Cambridge Early years check together is a fun and engaging story-based assessment designed for children of age group 4-5 years it helps to see the picture of what the learners know and can do i.e. the progress they made during the crucial stage of development. The assessment covers early literacy, early numeracy, communication and language and personal social and emotional development. It is suitable for first language and additional language English speakers and it takes approximately 25 minutes to complete the same. It was recommended to use it both at the start and at the end of EY2 to help measure the progress learners have made.
It was an enlightening session where the teachers learned the ways to conduct assessment for young learners at an early stage.
These assessments will help to understand:
*Individual learners potential
*Identifying patterns or trends on a cohort
*Discover learners’ strength
*Develop detailed learning plan
* See the progress each learner is making

The session was informative and was attended by the following teachers:

    • Ms. Maneesha Mahajan
    • Ms. Shikha Nandan
    • Ms. Chetna Sahni
    • Ms. Swati Dangwal
    • Ms. Shaguna Mehta
    • Ms. Richa Agarwal
    • Ms. Pallavi
    • Ms. Priyanka Sharma
    • Ms. Priyanka Budhiraja
    • Ms. Ankita Luthra
    • Ms. Seema Kaushik
    • Ms. Bindu M. Rawat
    • Ms. Meenakshi Bhalla
    • Ms. Poonam Sehgal
    • Ms. Gurpreet Kochhar
    • Ms. Shipra Aggarwal
    • Ms. Swati Arora

CAMBRIDGE ASSESSMENT INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION EARLY YEARS

Wednesday, 15 March 2023

BY LEARNING YOU WILL TEACH;
BY TEACHING, YOU WILL LEARN”.
- LATIN PROVERB

With an aim to provide teachers an insight into planning the Cambridge Curriculum at multi-levels, an Early Years Orientation Session was conducted by Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) on Wednesday, 15 March 2023. The session was conducted by Ms. Chiquita  Rose, presently working with Cambridge University Press and Assessments as Business Developmental Lead for North and East India, as well as Mr. Akash Raut, who is the Academic Advisor at Cambridge International. The session was attended by teachers of DPS Dwarka, DPS East of Kailash, DPS Vasant Kunj, DPS Vasant Vihar and DPS Faridabad. During the session, teachers were enlightened about the fact that Early Years pedagogy should be play-based, developmentally age-appropriate and child- centred, and should include both child-initiated and adult-led practices. It was learnt that key aspects of development are acquired quickly and readily at a young age, whereas they require more support and structure to be acquired later on. Teachers gained knowledge about various methodologies revolving around teaching of Mathematics, as well as Language and Communication.

All in all, the session proved to be a fruitful and enriching experience for all teachers.

 

 

CAPACITY BUILDING WORKSHOP ON HISTORY

A two day History Capacity Building Workshop was conducted by CBSE at Dwarka International School, Sector- 12, Dwarka on 22 & 23 February 2023.

The resource person for the workshop was Ms. Shalini Agarwal.

This workshop focused on these areas:
Teaching and Learning of History-it covered the relevance, challenges, rationale and objective of the subject.

Effective Teaching of History: This emphasised on integrating ICT in History, through various tools like Quizizz, Kahoot, Audio-Visuals, PPT, and Virtual Tours etc.
Interdisciplinary Approach - bringing interdisciplinary approach to have different perspectives in teaching a particular topic.
Project Work in History- It tried to dispel myths around Project Work in History. Focusing on team projects and emphasizing on in-depth research.
Lesson Planning- Focusing on revised Bloom Taxonomy and writing Lesson Plan according to it.
Question Paper - Discussion on Question paper pattern as per the stated framework of CBSE.

This workshop was an enriching experience. It helped us to know the different practices followed by teachers, innovative strategies implemented and sharing of ideas among teacher’s community.

Workshop concluded with feedback and suggestions by the teachers to the CBSE resource person

 

 

TEACHER ENRICHMENT PROGRAMME (ONLINE WEBINAR)

S.No.
NAME 
DATE
TOPIC OF THE WORKSHOP 
ORGANISED BY 
RESOURCE PERSON
1 Ms. Riddhi Mahajan  10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
2 Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
3 Ms. Poonam Sehgal 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
4 Ms. Meenu Mehta 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
5 Ms. Shipra Agarwal 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
6 Ms. Nimisha Sehgal 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
7 Ms. Ankita Luthra 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
8 Ms. Chitra Kaul  10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
9 Ms. Aarti Gupta  10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
10 Ms. Shalini Krishna 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
11 Ms. Anita Dabral 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
12 Ms. Sonika Garg 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
13 Ms. Gurpreet Kochhar 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
14 Ms. Seema Kaushik 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
15 Ms. Ranjana Meharchandani 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
16 Ms. Suguna P. Menon 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
17 Ms. Shalini Arora 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
18 Ms. Divya Arya 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
19 Ms. Tamara Sharma 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
20 Ms. Manisha Bhalla 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
21 Ms. Priyanka Sharma 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 
22 Ms. Geetanjali Nayar 10, 11 & 12 February 2023 Programme in Primary Mathematic  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Nita Kumar, Ms. Sudeshna , Ms. Jyoti Sharma 

 

CBSE WEBINAR ON LEARNING FRAMEWORKS

(GRADES XI & XII)
Day/ Date: Friday, 17 February 2023

CBSE organised a webinar on Learning Frameworks for classes XI and XII on Friday, 17 February 2023. CBSE – Centre for Excellence in Assessments (CBSE- CEA), in collaboration with Educational Initiatives (Ei) has developed the draft learning frameworks for specific subjects and the webinar was meant to orient teachers to these frameworks.  Teachers of DPS Dwarka from the departments of English, Maths, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Biology, History, Geography and Hindi attended this webinar.

The online session aimed to provide guidance and direction to teachers and students in terms of curriculum and pedagogy. It was attended by the Principals and teachers teaching senior secondary classes at CBSE schools all over the country.

Dr Joseph Emmanuel, Director Academics, CBSE announced the launch of the document and invited feedback from all participating schools. Other Panelists included officers from CBSE Academic unit, various CBSE subject experts and also experts for Educational Initiatives.

The document provides a comprehensive outline of the learning outcomes, pedagogical approaches, and assessment strategies that are recommended by the CBSE for classes XI-XII. It is designed to help teachers plan their lessons, assess student progress, and provide targeted interventions when necessary.

The CBSE Learning Framework document aims to create a holistic learning environment that is student-centered and focuses on developing the cognitive, social, emotional, and physical abilities of students. It is aligned with the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 and emphasizes the development of 21st-century skills such as critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication.

 
 

LESSON PLANNING AND ART INTEGRATION

Topic:  Lesson Planning and Art Integration as per the requirement of NEP 2020     
for teachers teaching Middle Wing
Name of the Resource Person:  Ms. Vinita Sareen
Organisation:  Oxford University Press
Day / Date:   Saturday, 17th December 2022

DPS Dwarka organised a workshop on Lesson Planning and Art Integration on Saturday, 17th December 2022. The resource person, Ms. Vinita Sareen shared her approach towards Art integration methods and activities in the classroom. The workshop focused on holistic development, activity based learning and including art in the classrooms. The resource person specially highlighted the components and features of a good lesson plan so as to inculcate joyful learning. She guided the teachers to use teaching aids and methodology so as to deliver interactive and engaging lessons. The extensive session provided a deeper insight and understanding of the essentials of a lesson plan i.e.  The 5E Model of Instruction to plan and sequence activities and lessons in the classroom. This 5 E model includes Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, and Evaluate and places students at the centre of learning. The interactive session enabled the teachers to incorporate Learning Outcomes in their day-to-day teaching and to make lessons more engaging and interesting through strategies like making flowcharts, mind maps, role play, PPTs, comic strips etc. A sample lesson plan was also shared with the teachers along with the various tools of assessment such as oral tests, written tests, portfolios, diagnosis, checklists etc.  The focus of the session was on value-based learning and development of the 5 Cs- Critical thinking, Creative thinking, Communication, collaboration and Character.

The workshop was interactive and was followed by some thought provoking questions that paved path for a meaningful discussion. It was a gratifying experience for the teachers. All faculty members extended their heartfelt thanks to the school for updating their pedagogical skills. 

 

 

S.No. NAME  DATE TOPIC OF THE WORKSHOP  ORGANISED BY  RESOURCE PERSON
1 Mr. Amit Khanna 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
2 Mr. Gaurav Kumar 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
3 Ms. Aarti Gupta  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
4 Ms. Akanksha  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
5 Ms. Amardeep Kaur  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
6 Ms. Anita Dabral 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
7 Ms. Anju Bajaj 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
8 Ms. Anju Sharmaa  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
9 Ms. Ankita Luthra  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
10 Ms. Babita  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
11 Ms. Bindu M. Rawat 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
12 Ms. Bindu Mehta  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
13 Ms. Gagandeep K Bhasin 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
14 Ms. Geetanjali Nayar 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
15 Ms. Gurpreet Kaur 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
16 Ms. Jasleen Kaur  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
17 Ms. Kawaljeet Kaur 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
18 Ms. Kriti Sharma 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
19 Ms. Maneesha Mahajan 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
20 Ms. Manisha Bhalla 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
21 Ms. Meenakshi Kanwar 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
22 Ms. Meenu Mehta 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
23 Ms. Menka Tyagi 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
24 Mohd. Ibran  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
25 Ms. Neelam Mamgain 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
26 Ms. Pinki Sharma  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
27 Ms. Pooja Rai 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
28 Ms. Poonam Sehgal 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
29 Ms. Priyanka Budhiraja  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
30 Ms. Ranjana Maherchandani 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
31 Ms. Renu Bala  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
32 Ms. Renu Rampal 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
33 Ms. Richa Prakash 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
34 Ms. Richa Punj 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
35 Ms. Riddhi Mahajan 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
36 Ms. Ridhima Arora  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
37 Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
38 Ms. Sarika Khanna  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
39 Ms. Shaguna Mehta 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
40 Ms. Shalini Arora 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
41 Ms. Shalini Krishna  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
42 Ms. Shikha Nandan 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
43 Ms. Shipra Aggarwal 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
44 Ms. Sonika Garg 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
45 Ms. Suguna P. Menon 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
46 Ms. Sukhpreet Kaur 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
47 Ms. Swati Arora  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
48 Ms. Vinita Sharma 2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
49 Mr. Anish Chauhan  2 & 4 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
50 Ms. Richa Agarwal  7 - 12 November 2022 Building 21st CLD Skills & Enhancing Reading Capabilities  CBSE Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
51 Ms. Preeti Rohella  7 - 12 November 2022 Building 21st CLD Skills & Enhancing Reading Capabilities  CBSE Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
52 Ms. Mahima Ahuja  7 - 12 November 2022 Building 21st CLD Skills & Enhancing Reading Capabilities  CBSE Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
53 Ms. Pallavi  7 - 12 November 2022 Building 21st CLD Skills & Enhancing Reading Capabilities  CBSE Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
54 Ms. Nidhi Jain  7 - 12 November 2022 Building 21st CLD Skills & Enhancing Reading Capabilities  CBSE Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
55 Ms. Aditi Dharma  7 - 12 November 2022 Building 21st CLD Skills & Enhancing Reading Capabilities  CBSE Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
56 Ms. Sonal Kumar  7 - 12 November 2022 Building 21st CLD Skills & Enhancing Reading Capabilities  CBSE Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
57 Ms. Divya Sharma  7 - 12 November 2022 Building 21st CLD Skills & Enhancing Reading Capabilities  CBSE Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
58 Ms. Sapna Madnani  7 - 12 November 2022 Building 21st CLD Skills & Enhancing Reading Capabilities  CBSE Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
59 Ms. Saranjeet Kaur  7 - 12 November 2022 Building 21st CLD Skills & Enhancing Reading Capabilities  CBSE Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
60 Ms. Poorva Singh  7 - 12 November 2022 Building 21st CLD Skills & Enhancing Reading Capabilities  CBSE Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
61 Ms. Aarushi Kaushik  7 - 12 November 2022 Building 21st CLD Skills & Enhancing Reading Capabilities  CBSE Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
62 Ms. Neha Bhardwaj  7 - 12 November 2022 Building 21st CLD Skills & Enhancing Reading Capabilities  CBSE Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
63 Ms. Priyanka Sharma  8 - 12 November 2022 Building 21st CLD Skills & Enhancing Reading Capabilities  CBSE Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
64 Ms. Richa Agarwal  16 & 18 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
65 Ms. Nidhi Jain  16 & 18 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
66 Ms. Pallavi  16 & 18 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
67 Ms. Poorva Singh  16 & 18 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
68 Ms. Preeti Rohella  16 & 18 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
69 Ms. Neha Bhardwaj  16 & 18 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
70 Ms. Mahima Ahuja  16 & 18 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
71 Ms. Aarushi Kaushik  16 & 18 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
72 Ms. Divya Sharma  16 & 18 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
73 Ms. Saranjeet Kaur  16 & 18 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
74 Ms. Sonal Kumar  16 & 18 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
75 Ms. Aditi Dharma  16 & 18 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
76 Ms. Sapna Madani  16 & 18 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
77 Ms. Kanika Dogra 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
78 Ms. Tanya Bhayana 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
79 M. Swati Dangwal 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
80 Ms. Chetna Sahni 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
81 Ms. Meenakshi Sharma 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
82 Ms. Shikha Nandan 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
83 Ms. Meenakshi Kanwar 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
84 Ms. Kriti Sharma 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
85 Ms. Chandni Rekhi 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
86 Ms. Amardeep Kaur 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
87 Ms. Shaguna Mehta 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
88 Ms. Priyanka Budhiraja 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
89 Ms. Richa Punj 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
90 Ms. Akanksha Singh 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
91 Ms. Menka Tyagi 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
92 Ms. Pinki Sharma 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
93 Ms. Aarti Gupta  15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
94 Ms. Bindu Mehta 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
95 Ms. Ssangeeta Mandhar 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
96 Ms. Gagandeep Kaur 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
97 Ms. Jasleen Kaur 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
98 Ms. Richa Prkash 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
99 Ms. Ridhima Arora 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
100 Ms. Riddhi Mahajan  15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
101 Ms. Richa Agarwal 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
102 Ms. Divya Sharma 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
103 Ms. Vinita Sharma 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
104 Ms. Renu Rampal 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
105 Ms. Anita Dabral 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
106 Ms. Babita 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
107 Ms. Shalini Arora 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
108 Ms. Archana Mahajan 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
109 Ms. Pooja Rai 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
110 Ms. Sarika Khanna 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
111 Ms. Shalini Krishna 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
112 Ms. Sonika Garg 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
113 Ms. Divya Arya 15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
114 Ms. Poorva Singh  15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
115 Ms. Pallavi  15 November 2022 Rashtriya Jagaran (International Awakening) and Role of JaiShankar Prasad ji CBSE Dr. R. Yashwat Singh, Professor, Dept. of India, Manipur University, Imphal  and Mr. S.C Johri and Mr. Antriksh Johri
116 Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar 19 November 2022 Online webinar on Modern Workplace Program for Educators (Hybrid) CBSE & Microsfot  Mr. Jatin Vasisht, Mr. Suraj Shetkar and Mr. Robert (Trainer Educators)
117 Ms. Nimisha Sehgal 19 November 2022 Online webinar on Modern Workplace Program for Educators (Hybrid) CBSE & Microsfot  Mr. Jatin Vasisht, Mr. Suraj Shetkar and Mr. Robert (Trainer Educators)
118 Ms. Shalini Arora 19 November 2022 Online webinar on Modern Workplace Program for Educators (Hybrid) CBSE & Microsfot  Mr. Jatin Vasisht, Mr. Suraj Shetkar and Mr. Robert (Trainer Educators)
119 Ms. Falguni Kapoor 19 November 2022 Online webinar on Modern Workplace Program for Educators (Hybrid) CBSE & Microsfot  Mr. Jatin Vasisht, Mr. Suraj Shetkar and Mr. Robert (Trainer Educators)
120 Ms. Seema Kaushik 19 November 2022 Online webinar on Modern Workplace Program for Educators (Hybrid) CBSE & Microsfot  Mr. Jatin Vasisht, Mr. Suraj Shetkar and Mr. Robert (Trainer Educators)
121 Ms. Archana Mahajan 22 & 25 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria and Ms. Deepti Sawhney, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
122 Ms. Ritikaa Makan 22 & 25 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria and Ms. Deepti Sawhney, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
123 Ms. Neha Nayak 22 & 25 November 2022 Be Internet Awesome  CBSE  Ms. Pramugdha Kataria and Ms. Deepti Sawhney, Associated with the organziation Mahattattva 
124 Ms. Kriti Sharma 26 November 2022 Developing Milestones for Foundation Learning-Setting the Learning Environment for Skills and Understanding  Rainbow English Senior Secondary School in collaboration with Oxford University Press   Ms. Sonia Relia (TED S Speaker and Author)
125 Ms. Mahima Ahuja 26 November 2022 Developing Milestones for Foundation Learning-Setting the Learning Environment for Skills and Understanding  Rainbow English Senior Secondary School in collaboration with Oxford University Press   Ms. Sonia Relia (TED S Speaker and Author)
126 Ms. Akanksha Singh 26 November 2022 Developing Milestones for Foundation Learning-Setting the Learning Environment for Skills and Understanding  Rainbow English Senior Secondary School in collaboration with Oxford University Press   Ms. Sonia Relia (TED S Speaker and Author)
127 Ms. Preeti Rohella  26 November 2022 Developing Milestones for Foundation Learning-Setting the Learning Environment for Skills and Understanding  Rainbow English Senior Secondary School in collaboration with Oxford University Press   Ms. Sonia Relia (TED S Speaker and Author)

 

Name of the Teacher

Topic/Theme of the Session

Date

Organised by

 

Ms. Vanita Dewan

Deliberating on Ethics and Integrity

23 June 2022

CBSE

Decision Making Skills in Adolescents

27 June 2022

CBSE

Effective Communication Skills

01 July 2022

CBSE

Connecting and Communicating with Parents

05 July 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Anubha Malhotra

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

15 June 2022

CBSE

Salient Features of NEP 2020

16 June 2022

CBSE

Understanding Multiple Intelligence

18 June 2022

CBSE

Teaching Strategies in Economics

22 June 2022

CBSE

Focusing on Competency Based Education

28 June 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Ruchika Jain

Cyber Security and Ethics

17 June 2022

CBSE

Digital Learning and Management

27 July 2022

CBSE

Item Writing-Multiple Choice Questions

10 Aug 2022

CBSE

Stress Management Techniques

08 Sept 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Ruchika Gupta

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

15 June 2022

CBSE

Salient Features of NEP 2020

16 June 2022

CBSE

Teaching and Learning Styles

21 June 2022

CBSE

Teaching Strategies in Social Science

23 June 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Richa Sahni

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

15 June 2022

CBSE

Salient Features of NEP 2020

16 June 2022

CBSE

Teaching and Learning Styles

17 June 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Nonita Malik

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

15 June 2022

CBSE

Salient Features of NEP 2020

16 June 2022

CBSE

 

 

Mr. Nisheeth Kumar

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

15 June 2022

CBSE

Salient Features of NEP 2020

16 June 2022

CBSE

Teaching Strategies in Social Science

23 June 2022

CBSE

Blooms Taxonomy and its Application

04 July 2022

CBSE

 

 

Ms. Meena Gaur

Teaching Strategies in Hindi

15 June 2022

CBSE

Teaching Strategies in Hindi

17 June 2022

CBSE

Hindi Bhasha Me Lekhan Tatha Sahitya Srijan

23 June 2022

CBSE

Teaching and Learning Styles

30 Aug 2022

CBSE

 

Mr. Umakant Shastri

Teaching Strategies in Hindi

15 June 2022

CBSE

Role of Theatre and Drama in Classroom

20 June 2022

CBSE

 

Dr. Madhuri

Hindi Bhasha Me Lekhan Tatha Sahitya Srijan

15 June 2022

CBSE

Role of Theatre and Drama in Classroom

17 June 2022

CBSE

Addressing Challenges in Post COVID Schooling

20 June 2022

CBSE

Effective Communication Skills

22 June 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Mamta Talwar

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

15 June 2022

CBSE

Salient Features of NEP 2020

16 June 2022

CBSE

Teaching and Learning Styles

17 June 2022

CBSE

Content and Time Management

23 June 2022

CBSE

 

 

Ms. Deepika Choudhary

Gamification in Learning

15 June 2022

CBSE

Salient Features of NEP 2020

16 June 2022

CBSE

Decision Making Skills in Adolescents

18 June 2022

CBSE

Teaching Strategies in Social Science

23 June 2022

CBSE

Selection of Effective Teaching-Learning Material

12 July 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Parul Relhan

Importance of Gratitude

15 June 2022

CBSE

Effective Communication Skills

17 June 2022

CBSE

Embracing Multilingualism in Classrooms

24 June 2022

CBSE

Experimental Learning in Practice

30 June 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Poonam Mograi

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

15 June 2022

CBSE

Salient Features of NEP 2020

16 June 2022

CBSE

Teaching and Learning Styles

17 June 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Meetu Sobti

Decision Making Skills in Adolescents

18 June 2022

CBSE

Developing Resilience in Students

20 June 2022

CBSE

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

28 June 2022

CBSE

Ms. Soni Saxena

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

15 June 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Priyanka Kalia

 

Teaching Strategies in Social Science

23 June 2022

CBSE

21st Century Skills

27 July 2022

CBSE

Effective Communication Skills

01 Aug 2022

CBSE

Salient Features of NEP 2020

03 Aug 2022

CBSE

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

22 Aug 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Simranjit Kaur

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

15 June 2022

CBSE

Salient Features of NEP 2020

16 June 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Mala Dawar

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

15 June 2022

CBSE

Teaching Strategies in Science

20 June 2022

CBSE

Developing Scientific Temperaments

23 June 2022

CBSE

Focusing on Competency Based Education

25 June 2022

CBSE

 

 

 

 

Ms. Madhumita Paul

Teaching Strategies in Mathematics

15 June 2022

CBSE

Understanding Multiple Intelligence

16 June 2022

CBSE

Joyful Mathematics

17 June 2022

CBSE

Decision Making Skills in Adolescents

22 June 2022

CBSE

Effective Communication Skills

01 July 2022

CBSE

Education for Peace

13 July 2022

CBSE

Child Psychology - Understanding Developmental Stages

15 July 2022

CBSE

21st Century Skills

28 July 2022

CBSE

Ms. Seema Chakravarty Importance of Gratitude 29 July 2022
CBSE
Ms. Namrata Dhawan Stress Management Techniques 23 July 2022
CBSE
Cyber Security and Ethics 28 July 2022
CBSE
Ms. Suman Bhutani Teaching Strategies in Mathematics 15 June 2022
CBSE
Education for Peace 28 June 2022
CBSE
Trigonometry 12 Aug 2022
CBSE
Ms. Urvashi Lamba Joyful Mathematics 22 June 2022
CBSE
Focusing on Competency Based Education 24 June 2022
CBSE
Adopting Inclusive Practices in Classrooms 28 June 2022
CBSE
Ms. Ruchika Sharma Focusing on Competency Based Education

21 June 2022

CBSE
Joyful Mathematics

22 June 2022

CBSE
Teaching Strategies in Mathematics

28 June 2022

CBSE

Ms. Aditi Bhatt

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

01 July 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Priya Gupta

Developing Resilience in Students

16 July 2022

CBSE

Setting Outcomes in Teaching - Learning

18 July 2022

CBSE

Decision Making Skills in Adolescents

06 Aug 2022

CBSE

Embracing Multilingualism in Classrooms

08 Aug 2022

CBSE

 

Dr. Samvedna Duggal

Effective Communication Skills

29 July 2022

CBSE

Hindi Bhasha Me Lekhan Tatha Sahitya Srijan

30 July 2022

CBSE

Values Education and its Significance

16 Aug 2022

CBSE

Story Telling in Classroom

25 Aug 2022

CBSE

 

 

Ms. Shalini Chaturvedi

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

15 June 2022

CBSE

Teaching and Learning Styles

17 June 2022

CBSE

Teaching Strategies in Social Science

23 June 2022

CBSE

Addressing Socio-Emotional Needs of Students

14 July 2022

CBSE

Education for Peace

20 July 2022

CBSE

Item Writing-Multiple Choice Questions

18 Aug 2022

CBSE

 

 

Ms. Ila Sharma

Decision Making Skills in Adolescents

18 June 2022

CBSE

Focusing on Competency Based Education

25 June 2022

CBSE

Effective Communication Skills

27 June 2022

CBSE

Working with Learning Disabilities

21 July 2022

CBSE

Salient Features of NEP 2020

21 July 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Gurpreet Gandhi

Digital Learning and Management

01 Aug 2022

CBSE

Cyber Security and Ethics

05 Aug 2022

CBSE

Importance of Gratitude

22 Aug 2022

CBSE

Anger Free Schools

02 Sept 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Shweta Bhargava

Focusing on Competency Based Education

30 July 2022

CBSE

Effective Communication Skills

08 Aug 2022

CBSE

Basics in Accountancy

25 Aug 2022

CBSE

21st Century Skills

07 Sept 2022

CBSE

 

Dr. Suman Dagur

Salient Features of NEP 2020

21 June 2022

CBSE

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

07 Sept 2022

CBSE

Decision Making Skills in Adolescents

08 Sept 2022

CBSE

 

Ms. Manu Kohli

21st Century Skills

02 Sept 2022

CBSE

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

07 Sept 2022

CBSE

Decision Making Skills in Adolescents

08 Sept 2022

CBSE

Teaching Strategies in English

21 Sept 2022

CBSE

 

 

Ms. Sumita Roy

Basics in Accountancy

11 July 2022

CBSE

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

09 Sept 2022

CBSE

Addressing Socio-Emotional Needs of Students

16 Sept 2022

CBSE

Classroom Management

21 Sept 2022

CBSE

Ms. J. Monika Sharma

JALSTA (Japanese Language Workshop)

30 July 2022

Japan Foundation

 

Ms. Madhumita Paul

Pedagogical Aspects of Polynomials and Area of a Circle

08 Aug 2022

HRD Centre, DPS Society

 

Ms. Ashu Batra

Application of Derivatives, Integration

23 Aug 2022

HRD Centre, DPS Society

 

Ms. Ritu Gera

Functions, Continuity and Differentiability

18 Aug 2022

HRD Centre, DPS Society

Promoting Mental Health

15 July 2022

CBSE

Ms. Harsha Kalra

Wave Particle Duality of Matter

06 Sept 2022

HRD Centre, DPS Society

Ms. Shweta Bhargava
Ms. Sumita Roy

Capacity Building Programme on Financial Market Management

23 Sept 2022

National Stock Exchange of India Ltd., New Delhi

Ms. Priya Narayanan

In House Leadership Training Programme

03 Oct - 07 Oct 2022

HRD Centre, DPS Society

Ms. Roma Sharma Teaching Strategies in English

22 June 2022

CBSE

Focusing on Competency Based Education

05 Sept 2022

CBSE

Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classrooms

07 Sept 2022

CBSE

Role of Theatre and Drama in Classroom

07 Sept 2022

CBSE

 

 

S.No.
NAME 
DATE
TOPIC OF THE WORKSHOP 
ORGANISED BY 
RESOURCE PERSON
1
Ms. Richa Prakash (PRT)
05 August 2022 Focus Group Discussion Oxford University Press  Ms. Akriti Singh and Ms. Divya Prabha, Oxford University Press 
2
Ms. Chandni Rekhi 
11 September 2022 Carbon and the Silent Pandemic Eklavya-3030 Mr. Manish Jain
3
Ms. Amardeep Kaur 
11 September 2022 Carbon and the Silent Pandemic Eklavya-3030 Mr. Manish Jain
4
Ms. Kanika Dogra 
12-Sep-22 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
5
Ms. Chandni Rekhi 
12-Sep-22 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
6
Ms. Amardeep Kaur 
12-Sep-22 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
7
Ms. Meenakshi Sharma 
12-Sep-22 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
8
Ms. Kriti Sharma 
12-Sep-22 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
9
Ms. Chetna Sahni
12-Sep-22 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
10
Ms. Kriti Sharma 
12-Sep-22 Modern Workplace Program for Educators  CBSE  Ms. Swati Ganguly, Director and Co-founder of Juana technologies, Mr. Suraj Shetkar & Mr. Jatin Vashisht
11
Ms. Shalini Arora 
12-Sep-22 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
12
Ms. Bindu Mehta 
12-Sep-22 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
13
Ms. Chitra Kaul 
12-Sep-22 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
14
Ms. Tanya Bhayana 
12-Sep-22 Work And Play In A Child's Life’ HRDC Centre, DPS Society Vanita Sehgal, Director DPS Society  and Ms. Rukmini Ramchandran and Ms Ruby Lau from Indian Montessori Foundation. 
15
Ms. Gurpreet Kaur 
12-Sep-22 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
16
Ms. Kanika Dogra 
12 September 2022 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
17
Ms. Chandni Rekhi 
12 September 2022 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
18
Ms. Amardeep Kaur 
12 September 2022 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
19
Ms. Kriti Sharma 
12 September 2022 Modern Workplace Program for Educators  CBSE  Ms. Swati Ganguly, Director and Co-founder of Juana technologies, Mr. Suraj Shetkar & Mr. Jatin Vashisht
20
Ms. Kriti Sharma 
12 September 2022 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
21
Ms. Meenakshi Sharma 
12 September 2022 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
22
Ms. Kanika Dogra 
13-Sep-22 Modern Workplace Program for Educators  CBSE  Mr. Osborne Dsouza
Mr. Suraj
23
Ms. Kanika Dogra 
13 September 2022 Modern Workplace Program for Educators  CBSE  Mr. Osborne Dsouza
Mr. Suraj
24
Ms. Sapna Madnani
14-Sep-22 Measuring a Child's Progress' HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Vanita Sehgal, Dirctor, DPS Society, Ms. Rukmini Ramachandran, Indian Montessori Foundation
25
Ms. Priyanka Budhiraja 
15-Sep-22 Accessiblity and special Education-Supporting equity in remote learning environment CBSE  Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
26
Ms. Meenakshi Sharma 
15-Sep-22 Raising Self Motivated Children  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Vanita Sehgal, Ms. Ramya Sridhar, Ms. Ruby Lau, Ms Rukmini Ramachandran and Ms. Hemlatha Rangarajan, Indian Montessori Foundation
27
Ms. Swati Dangwal
15-Sep-22 Accessiblity and special Education-Supporting equity in remote learning environment CBSE  Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
28
Ms. Meenu Mehta 
15-Sep-22 Accessiblity and special Education-Supporting equity in remote learning environment CBSE  Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
29
Ms. Seema Kaushik 
15-Sep-22 Accessiblity and special Education-Supporting equity in remote learning environment CBSE  Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
30
Ms. Priyanka Budhiraja 
15 September 2022 Accessiblity and special Education-Supporting equity in remote learning environment CBSE  Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
31
Ms. Meenakshi Sharma 
15 September 2022 Raising Self Motivated Children  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Vanita Sehgal, Ms. Ramya Sridhar, Ms. Ruby Lau, Ms Rukmini Ramachandran and Ms. Hemlatha Rangarajan, Indian Montessori Foundation
32
Ms. Swati Dangwal
15 September 2022 Accessiblity and special Education-Supporting equity in remote learning environment CBSE  Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
33
Ms. Shaguna Mehta 
15 September 2022 Accessiblity and special Education-Supporting equity in remote learning environment CBSE  Dr. Niti Dwivedi, CBSE
34
Ms. Chetna Sahni
18 September 2022 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Dhuhita Parmar
35
Ms. Ritika Makan (Special Educator 
15 & 29 September 2022 Accessibility And Special Education :                          Supporting Equity In Remote Learning Environment’

CBSE in partnership with Microsoft Teams for educators. From CBSE & Microsoft Team
36
Ms. Neha Nayak (counsellor)
15 & 29 September 2022 Accessibility And Special Education :                          Supporting Equity In Remote Learning Environment’

CBSE in partnership with Microsoft Teams for educators. From CBSE & Microsoft Team
37
Ms. Maneesha Mahajan 
19-20 September 2022 Introduction to Coding (PART -1) CBSE  Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
38
Ms. Anju Sharma 
19-20 September 2022 Introduction to Coding (PART -1) CBSE  Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
39
Ms. Tanya Bhayana 
21 September 2022 Work And Play In A Child's Life HRDC Centre, DPS Society Vanita Sehgal, Director DPS Society  and Ms. Rukmini Ramchandran and Ms Ruby Lau from Indian Montessori Foundation. 
40
Amit Khanna 
23-Sep-22 Stress Management Techniques  CBSE Mrs. Tanuja Tangiala
41
Ms. Kanika Dogra 
26 September 2022 Modern Workplace Program for Educators  CBSE  Mr. Osborne Dsouza
Mr. Suraj
42
Ms. Kanika Dogra 
26 September 2022 Leveraging AI tools for classroom learning
Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
43
Ms. Chandni Rekhi 
26 September 2022 Modern Workplace Program for Educators  CBSE  Mr. Osborne Dsouza
Mr. Suraj
44
Ms. Chandni Rekhi 
26 September 2022 Leveraging AI tools for classroom learning Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
45
Ms. Amardeep Kaur 
26 September 2022 Leveraging AI tools for classroom learning
Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
46
Ms. Chetna Sahni
26 September 2022 Modern Workplace Program for Educators  CBSE  Mr. Osborne Dsouza
Mr. Suraj
47
Ms. Chetna Sahni
26 September 2022 Leveraging AI tools for classroom learning
Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
48
Ms. Tanya Bhayana 
26 September 2022 Modern Workplace Program for Educators  CBSE  Mr. Osborne Dsouza
Mr. Suraj
49
Ms. Priyanka Budhiraja 
26 September 2022 Modern Workplace Program for Educators  CBSE  Mr. Osborne Dsouza
Mr. Suraj
50
Ms. Meenakshi Sharma 
26 September 2022 Modern Workplace Program for Educators  CBSE  Mr. Osborne Dsouza
Mr. Suraj
51
Ms. Meenakshi Sharma 
26 September 2022 Leveraging AI tools for classroom learning
Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
52
Ms. Shikha Nandan
26 September 2022 Modern Workplace Program for Educators  CBSE  Mr. Osborne Dsouza
Mr. Suraj
53
Ms. Richa Punj
26 September 2022 Modern Workplace Program for Educators  CBSE  Mr. Osborne Dsouza
Mr. Suraj
54
Ms. Meenakshi Kanwar
26 September 2022 Modern Workplace Program for Educators  CBSE  Mr. Osborne Dsouza
Mr. Suraj
55
Ms. Akanksha Singh
26 September 2022 Modern Workplace Program for Educators  CBSE  Mr. Osborne Dsouza
Mr. Suraj
56
Ms. Akanksha Singh
26 September 2022 Leveraging AI tools for classroom learning
Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
57
Ms. Kanika Dogra 
27 September 2022 Deep Leraning and Natural Languague Processing Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
58
Ms. Chandni Rekhi 
27 September 2022 Deep Leraning and Natural Languague Processing Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
59
Ms. Amardeep Kaur 
27 September 2022 Deep Leraning and Natural Languague Processing    
60
Ms. Chetna Sahni
27 September 2022 Deep Leraning and Natural Languague Processing Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
61
Ms. Meenakshi Sharma 
27 September 2022 Deep Leraning and Natural Languague Processing Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
62
Ms. Akanksha Singh
27 September 2022 Deep Leraning and Natural Languague Processing Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
63
Ms. Kanika Dogra 
28 September 2022 Machine Learning and understanding responsibilities Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
64
Ms. Chandni Rekhi 
28 September 2022 Machine Learning and understanding responsibilities Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
65
Ms. Amardeep Kaur 
28 September 2022 Machine Learning and understanding responsibilities    
66
Ms. Chetna Sahni
28 September 2022 Machine Learning and understanding responsibilities Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
67
Ms. Meenakshi Sharma 
28 September 2022 Machine Learning and understanding responsibilities Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
68
Ms. Akanksha Singh
28 September 2022 Machine Learning and understanding responsibilities Microsft Ms. Sonia Wadhwa
69
Ms. Tanya Bhayana 
29 September 2022 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Meenakshi Uberoi
70
Ms. Shikha Nandan
29 September 2022 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Meenakshi Uberoi
Ms. Mahima Gandhi
71
Ms. Richa Punj
29 September 2022 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Meenakshi Uberoi
Ms. Mahima Gandhi
72
Ms. Meenakshi Kanwar
29 September 2022 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Meenakshi Uberoi
Ms. Mahima Gandhi
73
Ms. Akanksha Singh
29 September 2022 Hybrid Learning-A new model for the future learning CBSE  Ms. Meenakshi Uberoi
Ms. Mahima Gandhi
74
Ms. Smta Shukla
28-Sep-23 Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classroom”.  CBSE  Mr. Madan Lal Sawhney 
75
Manisha Sethi
28-Sep-23 Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classroom”.  CBSE  Mr. Madan Lal Sawhney 
76
Pooja Dhiraj
28-Sep-23 Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classroom”.  CBSE  Mr. Madan Lal Sawhney 
77
Anju Bajaj
28-Sep-23 Happy Teacher Creates Happy Classroom”.  CBSE  Mr. Madan Lal Sawhney 

 

WORKSHOP ON POCSO ACT, 2012

Name of the Resource Person : Dr. Leena Moudgil, Associate Professor , Vivekananda Institute of Professional studies 
Day / Date: Saturday, 24 September 2022

A workshop (on POCSO Act) was conducted by Dr. Leena Moudgil for teachers of DPS Dwarka. The Resource Person, Dr. Moudgil, is an Associate Professor at Vivekananda Institute of Professional studies with teaching experience of more than 16 years. She is the convener of Legal Aid Clinic who has presented papers at many Seminars and Conferences both at International and National level.

She interacted with the teachers and discussed about the need and the purpose of POCSO Act. She spoke about the features, myths and offences included under this act. Dr. Moudgil also talked about the behavioural changes that can help in identification of a victim. She discussed about different processes under this act such as importance of mandatory reporting, right to privacy, legal proceedings and Legal   aid counsel.

She also mentioned about the link for POCSO E box provided in the NCERT text books for the children.
The workshop was highly informative and educative & enlightening.

The teachers expressed their gratitude to the resource person for sharing such valuable tips with them.

 
 

WORKSHOP ON NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY (NEP 2020)

Wednesday, 7 September 2022

Topic:  National Education Policy
Name of the Resource Person:  Ms. Vinita Sareen
Organisation:  Oxford University Press

A workshop was conducted by Ms. Vinita Sareen for teachers on National Education Policy. The resource person, Ms. Vinita Sareen is a Senior Product Manager with an extensive experience of more than 16 years in Training, Learning and Development.  She interacted with the teachers and discussed the structure of National Education Policy to be implemented and briefed them about the changes to be introduced at different levels of the Education system. She focused on the need for adopting  National Education Policy and discussed various ways in which the policy can be introduced. She talked about the areas which will be focused by NEP. Various interesting activities were conducted by her with the teachers to introduce different skills required for making learning concept based and application based. She suggested numerous strategies which teachers must incorporate in their day to day teaching to develop analytical and critical thinking among students. She emphasized that every teacher must ensure to make teaching and learning a pleasurable experience for the students.

The workshop was highly informative and engaging. The teachers expressed their gratitude to the resource person for sharing such valuable tips with them. All faculty members extended their heartfelt thanks to the school for updating their pedagogical skills.  

 
 

HRDC MATHEMATICS WEBINAR

Date : 23/8/2022
Day : Tuesday
Topic : Application Of Derivatives, Integration
Resource Person: Prof Jaydeb Sarkar( Indian Statistical Institute, Banglore)
An online webinar was conducted by Prof. Jaydeb Sarkar on Application Of Derivatives , Integrals and their properties and applications. Concept of Maxima And Minima was reinforced through graphs and first and second derivatives test. Geometrical interpretation of area under a curve and definite integrals was also explained. Different techniques and methods were discussed to facilitate easy learning of the above topics for students. Overall it was a highly interesting and informative session.

 

ACADEMIC SESSION : 2022-2023

TEACHER ENRICHMENT PROGRAMME (ONLINE WEBINAR) 

S.No.
NAME 
DATE
TOPIC OF THE WORKSHOP 
ORGANISED BY 
RESOURCE PERSON
1 Ms. Sarika Khanna (PRT) 11 -12 May 2022 Effective Communication Skills  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Preeti Saha & Mr. A.B. Santhosh, Trainers , Princeton Academy, Mumbai
2 Ms. Neelam Mamagain (PRT) 18 May 2022 Happiness Curriculum for Teachers Students and Beyond  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Dr. Manpreet Kaur, Child Psychologist, New Delhi  
3 Ms. Gagandeep Kaur (PRT) 18 July 2022 English Teaching Across The Curriculum HRDC Centre, DPS Society Dr. Varada Nikalje , Professor Department of Elementary Education,  NCERT 
4 Ms. Alka Jindal (PRT) 19 July 2022 Nurturing Creativity in the Classroom HRDC Centre, DPS Society Dr. Karen Hosack Janes, Senior Lecturer, School of Education, Oxford Brookes University.
5 Ms. Riddhi Mahajan (PRT) 20 July 2022 Fractional Number Sense- Jodo Gyan’ HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Jyoti Sharma, and anchored by Ms. M. Sudeshnu, who introduced the resource person, Ms. Komal and Mr. E K Shaji of Jodo Gyan.
6 Ms. Ridhima Arora (PRT) 21 July 2022 ‘Making Maths more interesting and integrating it with other Subjects HRDC Centre, DPS Society Dr. Sharad Sinha (Professor & HoD, Department of Teacher Education, National Institute of Education, NCERT) 
7 Ms. Sarika Khanna (PRT) 22 July 2022 ‘Socio Emotional Learning  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Professor Asha Singh, (Retd.), Lady Irwin College,           Delhi University
8 Ms. Divya Arya (PRT) 26 July 2022 Gender issues and concerns in school education HRDC Centre, DPS Society Dr. Seema Sarohe, Associate Professor, Department of Education, Delhi University.
9 Ms. Kawaljeet Kaur (PRT) 27 July 2022 Little Adventures, Big Connections: Connecting Children With Nature’ HRDC Centre, DPS Society Mr. Jared Goodykoontz - An author and an environment educator.
10 Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar  (PRT) 28 July 2022 STEAM – Education and Pedagogy : Theory and Practice Case Examples   HRDC Centre, DPS Society Mr. Jukka Miettunen, Former Principal –Yli-Ii Comprehensive School, Oulu, Finland Project Manager, Digione, Founder- STEAMORE, Finland. Mrs.Sarvi Seleva, Art teacher at a Comprehensive school in Oulu, Finland
11 Ms. Vinita Sharma (PRT) 29 July 2022 ‘Integrating EVS in Primary School’ HRDC Centre, DPS Society Dr. Mona Sedwal, Assistant Professor, Department Of Training and Professional, Development in Education, NIEPA. 

 

 

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S. No

Topic

Day & Date

Name of the Participant(s)

 Designation

Resource Person

1

IGNITE - Career Planning under NEP

Monday,
March 7, 2022 &
Tuesday,
March 8, 2022

Ms. Deepika Choudhary

TGT-Geography

Mr Jitin Chawla Centre for Career Development

2

Understanding Career Inclination for Middle School

Wednesday, March 9, 2022

Ms. Jigyasa Wadhwa

TGT-English

Edumilestones

3

Deep Dive into the World of Subjects and Careers

Thursday,
March 10, 2022

 

Ms. Samdisha Alagh

PGT-Psychology

Mindler

4

A Roadmap for Undergraduate Pursuits

Friday,
March 11, 2022

Ms. Anubha Malhotra

PGT-Economics

Ms Madhavi Desai Consulting Pvt. Ltd.

 

ONLINE WEBINAR ATTENDED BY TEACHERS (01 November 2021 TO 28 February 2022) (Primary School)
S.No.
NAME 
DATE
TOPIC OF THE WORKSHOP 
ORGANISED BY 
RESOURCE PERSON
1 Ms. Riddhi Mahajan (PRT) 08 November 2021 ‘Integrating dance in Various Academic Subjects’ HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Moumala Nayak, renowned kathak exponent and choreographer.
2 Ms. Sonika Garg (PRT) 12 November 2021 Art of Education as Negotiation (Mathematics Education) HRDC Centre, DPS Society Dr Dor Abrahamson
3 Ms. Anju Sharmaa 15-19 November 2021 The Five elements of learning, namely Learning Environment, Class Communication, Lesson Design, Engagement & Interactivity and Assessment and Feedback  CBSE in Association With Microsoft Education And Tech Avant Gard
(Global Training Partner Of Microsoft)

Mr. Prashant Jha 
4 Ms. Kawaljeet Kaur (PRT) 09 November 2021 Education For Sustainable Development - A Holistic Approach To Teaching EVS Through Integration HRDC Centre, DPS Society Dr. Boyina Rupini, an associate professor in Environmental Studies School of Inter-disciplinary and Trans-disciplinary studies IGNOU, New Delhi, 
5 Ms. Pooja Rai (PRT) 11 November 2021 Teaching English Through Drama HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Miranda Flynn Legge, founder of Kids English Theatre, Italy.
6 Ms.Divya Arya (PRT) 29 November 2021 Handling Behavourial Issues in the classroom HRDC Centre, DPS Society Dr.Sumana Hari, Counsellor and Trainer, Parivartan Counselling, Bangalore.
7 Ms. Sonika Garg (PRT) 04 December 2021 Effective NEP Implementation in Mathematics at the Foundational and Preparatory Stages Oxford University Press Ms. Ashalata Badami
8 Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar  (PRT) 04 December 2021 Effective NEP Implementation in Mathematics at the Foundational and Preparatory Stages Oxford University Press Ms. Ashalata Badami
9 Ms. Kawaljeet Kaur (PRT) 21 December 2021 Implementations of NEP in teaching Science  Oxford University Press Ms. Vaishali Gupta, Author of three bestselling courses OUP- New Science in Everyday Life, Science Horizons and Hello Earth
10 Ms. Surbhi Gupta (PRT) 21 December 2021 Implementations of NEP in teaching Science  Oxford University Press Ms. Vaishali Gupta, Author of three bestselling courses OUP- New Science in Everyday Life, Science Horizons and Hello Earth
11 Ms.Pooja Dhiraj 01 February 2022 Engagging young Learners Through Libraries HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Anupama Saini, Senior Manager Library - North British Council
12 Ms. Maneesa Mahajan 07 & 11 February 2022 Training in Basic Cambridge Pedagogy HRDC Centre, DPS Society Mr. Steve Burnage, Ms. Lin Whyte, Ms Sally Beaubery, from Cambridge Assessment International Education, United Kingdom.
13 Ms. Aditi Dharma  10 February 2022 Education beyond Worksheets HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Ruby Lau (Association Montessori Internationale, Primary Trainer) and Ms. Rukmini Ramachandran (Managing Trustee Indian Montessori Foundation Association Montessori Internationale Primary Trainer) to the attendees.
14 Ms. Ridhima Arora  08 February 2022 Laying The Foundation Of Mathematics HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Ruby Lau (Association Montessori Internationale, Primary Trainer) and Ms. Rukmini Ramachandran (Managing Trustee Indian Montessori Foundation Association Montessori Internationale Primary Trainer).

15 Ms. Seema Chaudhry 23 February 2022  Best Practices in Teaching an Academic Subject (Mathematics) HRDC Centre, DPS Society Madam Vinita Sehgal, Director DPSS and teachers of various DPS, schools
16 Ms. Shalini Krishna  24 February 2022 Best Practices in Teaching an Academic Subject (EVS)
17 Ms. Shikha Nandan  28 February 2022 Best Teaching Practice in an Academic Subjects HRDC Centre, DPS Society Madam Vinita Sehgal, Director DPSS and teachers of various DPS, schools
18 Ms. Swati Dangwal
 

 

January 11 - 12, 2022

S. No

Topic

Day & Date

Name of the Participant

 Designation

Resource Person

1

Strategies to implement the vision of the NEP in School Assessments

Tuesday,
January 11, 2022

 

Ms. Sonali Arora

TGT-Biology

Dr. Gayatri Vaidya Associate Vice President Content Development and Pedagogical Research division Educational Initiatives

2

How to Design a Good Question Paper?

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

 

Ms. Sumita Roy

PGT-Commerce

Ms Aanchal Chomal Leads the Institute of Assessment and
Accreditation (IAA) Team, School of Continuing Education and University Resource Centre, Azim Premji University

 

November 22 - 25 and November 29-30, 2021

S. No

Name

Topic

Day & Date

Resource Person

1

Ms. Gurpreet T. Singh (Sr. Counselor )

Children and Childhood

  • Identifying Emotional & Behaviour Problems
    • Contexts : Child’s Experience & Inner Voice

Monday, November 22, 2021

 

Team NIMHANS,
Bangalore

2

Ms. Gurpreet T. Singh (Sr. Counselor )

Communication Skills

Tuesday, November 23, 2021

 

Team NIMHANS,
Bangalore

3

Ms. Gurpreet T. Singh (Sr. Counselor )

Common Emotional & Behavioural Concerns in Children and Adolescents

Wednesday, November 24,2021

 

Team NIMHANS,
Bangalore

4

Ms. Gurpreet T. Singh (Sr. Counselor )

Developmental Disorders/ Disabilities

Thursday, November 25, 2021

 

Team NIMHANS,
Bangalore

5

Ms. Divya Arya (PRT)

Handling Behavourial Issues in the Classroom

Monday, November 29, 2021

 

Ms Sumana Hari Counsellor & Trainer Parivartan Counselling Bangalore

6

Ms. Samdisha Alagh (PGT-Psychology)

Being Aware of the Emotional and Behavioural Concerns of the Adolescents and Promoting their Well- being

Tuesday, November 30, 2021

 

Ms Achira
Clinical Psychologist Founder OBUKA Wellness
Bangalore

 
OCTOBER 25-28, 2021 & NOVEMBER 8-12, 2021

S. No

Topic

Day & Date

Resource Person

Target Audience

1

Promoting Connectedness in the School

Monday,
October 25, 2021

 

Dr Annie Gowing
Senior Lecturer
Student Wellbeing Specialisation Leader, Master of Education
Melbourne Graduate School of Education University of Melbourne, Australia

For Teachers teaching any Subject, any Class.

2

Looking After Your Mind

Tuesday,
October 26, 2021

 

Dr Achal Bhagat
Senior Consultant Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist
Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy
Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi Chairperson, Saarthak
Chairperson, Action for Ability Development and Inclusion

For Teachers teaching any Subject, any Class.

3

An Introduction to Compassionate Systems Leadership

Wednesday, October 27, 2021

 

Ms Suchitra Sarda
Founder, Compassionate Learning Communities (CLC), India Compassionate Systems (CS) Master Practitioner
Center for Systems Awareness, USA

For Teachers teaching any Subject, any Class.

4

Developing Values in Learners: The Need of the Hour

Thursday,
October 28, 2021

 

Dr Sujata Srivastava
Associate Coordinator
Inter-University Centre for Teachers Education
Faculty of Education & Psychology
M.S University, Baroda

For Teachers teaching any Subject, any Class.

5

Integrating Dance in various Academic Subjects

Monday,
November 8, 2021

 

Ms Moumala Nayak Renowned Kathak Exponent & Choreographer
New Delhi

For Teachers teaching any Academic Subject in Classes III-V

6

Education for Sustainable Development - A Holistic Approach to Teaching EVS through Integration

Tuesday, November 9, 2021

 

Dr. B. Rupini
Associate Professor in Environmental Studies
School of Inter-Disciplinary and Trans- Disciplinary Studies
IGNOU, New Delhi

For Teachers teaching EVS in Classes III-V

7

Teaching English through Drama

Thursday, November 11, 2021

 

Ms Miranda Flynn Legge
Founder
Kids English Theatre Italy

For Teachers teaching English in Classes III-V

8

Art of Education as Negotiation (Mathematics Education)

Friday,
November 12, 2021

 

Dr Dor Abrahamson
Professor
Learning Sciences & Human Development
Graduate School of Education University of California, Berkeley, USA

For Teachers teaching Maths in Classes III-V

 
ONLINE WEBINAR ATTENDED BY TEACHERS (01 APRIL 2021 TO 28 OCTOBER 2021)
S.No.
NAME 
DATE
TOPIC OF THE WORKSHOP 
ORGANISED BY 
RESOURCE PERSON
1 Bindu M. Rawat (PRT) 17 April 2021 Back to School Responding to the Mental Health Impact of the COVID Pandemic on Children and Teachers – Part I Orient BlackSwan ONE in collaboration with SAMVAD – NIMHANS  Ms. Deepika Singh & Ms. Pragya
2 Ms. Saika Khanna (PRT) 23 April 2021 Theatre in Education  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Jules Hobbs, Co-founder and Director of Finding Will. 
3 Bindu M. Rawat (PRT) 24 April 2021 Back to School Responding to the Mental Health Impact of the COVID Pandemic on Children and Teachers – Part II Orient BlackSwan ONE in collaboration with SAMVAD – NIMHANS  Ms. Deepika Singh & Ms. Pragya
4 Ms. Neelam Mamagain (PRT) 03 May 2021 Flipped Classrooms and Flipped Learning HRDC Centre, DPS Society Mr David Walsh, Treasurer Flipped Learning Network and High School Science Teacher.
5 Divya Sharma (PRT) 14 May 2021 Never Put the Flash Cards away (Parent Express Webinar) Oxford University Press Ms. Sonika Relia 
6 Ms. Surbhi Gupta  (PRT) 14 May 2021 Never Put the Flash Cards away (Parent Express Webinar) Oxford University Press Ms. Sonika Relia 
7 Ms. Manjula Tripathi (PRT) 18 May 2021 Promoting Mental Health  CBSE Mrs. Rama Raghuram, Consultant Training CBSE and Ms. Anindita Roy, Psychological Counsellor at Air Force station 3 BRD Chandigarh & 12 Wing Chandigarh.  
8 Ms. Shipra Aggarwal (PRT) 19 May 2021 Child Psychology – Understanding Developmental Stages CBSE Mrs. Rama Raghuram, Consultant Training CBSE and Ms. Anindita Roy, Psychological Counsellor at Air Force station 3 BRD Chandigarh & 12 Wing Chandigarh.  
9 Divya Sharma (PRT) 20 May 2021 Using Oxford Educate Oxford Publishing House Ms. Vinita Sareen
10 Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar (PRT) 21 May 2021 Oxford Educate  Oxford University Press Ms. Vinita Sareen
11 Ms. Sonika Garg (PRT) 21 May 2021 using Oxford Educate Digital Resources  Oxford University Press Ms. Vinita Sareen
12 Capt. Richa Sharma Katyal                    Headmistress (Primary Wing) 28 May 2021 Roadmap for the future without Board Exams' as part of our ‘Learning & Education Leadership Talk Series (7th in the Sequence) Indiannica Learning  Shri Anil Swarup, former Secretary, School Education, Government of India, Dr Radha Singh - Former Principal, Master trainer CBSE workshops, Curriculum developer NCERT, Mentor, Educational Coach and Ms Stella Pauline Punitha.J – Principal, The Schram Academy Chennai, CBSE CoE
13 Ms. Priyanka Sharma 28 May 2021 Multi level activity based learning at Foundational Stage Orient Blackswan  Eleanor Watts
14 Ms. Ratinder K. Sawhney (PRT) 03 June 2021 Impact of Lesson Study on Students' Achievement And Teachers' Professional Learning' HRDC Centre, DPS Society Mr Peter Dudley, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, Cambridge UK.
15 Ms. Sujata Das (PRT) 09 June 2021 Teaching English Prose  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Prof. Samson Thomas, Department of English Literature, School of Literary Studies, EFLU Hyderabad.
16 Ms. Gagandeep K. Bhasin (PRT) 11 June 2021 ‘Enhancing  Communication Skills’ HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Josette Lesser, Josette Lesser Training Ltd. Communication Experts London, UK.
17 Ms. Gurpreet K. Kochhar (PRT) 21 June 2021 Multilingual Approach in ECE  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Dr. Rekha S. Sen, Professor Faculty of Child Development, School of Continuing Education, IGNOU, New Delhi.
18 Ms. Neha Bhardwaj (PRT) 22 June 2021 Shaping Classroom Interactions through Music and Puppetry HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Madhavi Menon, Educational Consultant, Actor, Singer and Dancer
19 Ms. Seema Kaushik (PRT) 23 June 2021 Early Intervention and Children with Special Needs HRDC Centre, DPS Society Dr. Kavita Arora (Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and Co-Founder of Children First.
20 Ms. Chitra Kaul (PRT) 24 June 2021 Developing Reading Skills  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Vinita Sehgal, Director HRDC -DPSS
21 Ms. Bindu M. Rawat (PRT) 25 June 2021 Theatre Education Activities for School & Homeschooling HRDC Centre, DPS Society Mr. Yugesh Ramchandran and Mr. Karthik Anantha Subramanian from Crea-Shakthi School of Drama & Theatre in Education. 
22 Ms. Richa Punj (PRT) 25 June 2021 Integrating Foundational Literacy and Numeracy with Toy Based Pedagogy HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms Romila Soni, Associate Professor, Department of Elementary Education, NCERT.
23 Ms. Shaguna Mehta (PRT) 25 June 2021 Empowering the learners: from rote learning to critical learning Orient BlackSwan  Ms. Ruchi Sengar  
24 Ms. Chandni D.Rekhi  (PRT) 25 June 2021 Empowering the learners: from rote learning to critical learning Orient BlackSwan  Ms. Ruchi Sengar  
25 Ms. Meenakshi Bhalla (PRT) 28 June 2021 Playful Iiteracies-Book making for 3-6 years olds  HRDC Centre, DPS Society selected teachers from the various branches of DPS
26 Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar (PRT) 02 July 2021 Use of Oxford Educate Digital Resources  Oxford University Press Ms. Vinita Sareen
27 Ms. Sonika Garg (PRT) 02 July 2021 Use of Oxford Educate Digital Resources  Oxford University Press Ms. Vinita Sareen
28 Ms. Shalini Arora (PRT) 06 July 2021 Sketchbook Everyday HRDC Centre, DPS Society Mr. Mandar Marathe (Artist, Sculptor, Illustrator and Engineer, Founder of Mandar Marathe Fine Art Studio). 
29 Capt. Richa Sharma Katyal                    Headmistress (Primary Wing) 14 July 2021 The Three Energies of E-Learning Igniting presence in your online classroom HRDC Centre, DPS Society Mr. Jason Paul Johnston, PhD, University of Kentucky
30 Ms. Babita Singh (PRT) 17 July 2021 All About Hindi (Innovative and Creative Teaching) CBSE Bharat Sahodaya Complex  Dr. Vindo Prasson / Dr. Ravi Prakash Gupt
31 Ms. Shalini Arora ((PRT-PS) 23 July 2021 Joyful Learning of Mathematcs  Orient Black Swan One Mr. Mathews  K Thomas by Orient Black Swan
32 Ms. Sonika Garg (PRT) 23 July 2021 Joyful Learning of Mathematics  Orient Black Swan One Mr. Mathews  K Thomas by Orient Black Swan
33 Ms. Riddhi Mahajan (PRT) 23 July 2021 Joyful Learning of Mathematics  Orient Black Swan  Mr. Mathews  K Thomas
34 Ms. Riddhi Mahajan (PRT) 24 July 2021 Online classrooms using digital resources of New Enjoying Mathematics effectively Oxford University Press Mr. Amit Vyas
35 Ms. Sonika Garg (PRT) 24 July 2021 Online classrooms using digital resources of New Enjoying Mathematics effectively Oxford University Press Mr. Amit Vyas
36 Ms. Sangeeta Mandhar (PRT) 24 July 2021 Online classrooms using digital resources of New Enjoying Mathematics effectively Oxford University Press Mr. Amit Vyas
37 Ms. Bindu M. Rawat (PRT) 25 July 2021 Class using New Enjoying Mathematics  Oxford University Press Mr. Amit Vyas
38 Ms. Ritikaa Makan (Special Educator) 28 July 2021 Developing Social and Emotional Skills HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Vani Amrit, Special Educator and Behavior Therapist, National Institute of Value Education, Bangalore.  
39 Ms. Kawaljeet Kaur (PRT) 28 July 2021 वाक्य, वाक्य के अंग तथा वाक्य के भेद - प्रभेद  Full Marks Pvt. Ltd.  Dr. Ravi Prakash Gupt
40 Ms. Bindu Metha (PRT) 28 July 2021 वाक्य, वाक्य के अंग तथा वाक्य के भेद - प्रभेद  Full Marks Pvt. Ltd.  Dr. Ravi Prakash Gupt
41 Ms. Renu Rampal (PRT) 28 July 2021 वाक्य, वाक्य के अंग तथा वाक्य के भेद - प्रभेद  Full Marks Pvt. Ltd.  Dr. Ravi Prakash Gupt
42 Ms. Richa Prakash (PRT) 29 July 2021 Developing Reading Skills HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Jennifer Summerline, Assistant Professor, Alabama University, USA.
43 Ms.Divya Sharma (PRT) 07 August 2021 Using Oxford Modern English  Oxford University Press Ms. Akriti Singh
44 Ms. Shaguna Mehta (PRT) 07 August 2021 Using Oxford Modern English  Oxford University Press Ms. Akriti Singh
45 Ms. Ankita Luthra (PRT) 07 August 2021 Classroom using digital resources of new  oxford modern eng effectively. Oxford University Press Ms. Aakritit Singh 
46 Ms. Chandni D.Rekhi  (PRT) 07 August 2021 Using Oxford Modern English  Oxford University Press Ms. Akriti Singh
47 Ms. Shipra Aggarwal (PRT) 07 August 2021 Classroom using digital resources of new  oxford modern eng effectively. Oxford University Press Ms. Aakritit Singh 
48 Ms. Surbhi Gupta (PRT) 07 August 2021 Classroom using digital resources of new  oxford modern eng effectively. Oxford University Press Ms. Akriti Singh
49 Ms.Tanya Bhawaya  07 August 2021 Online classrooms using digital resources of New Oxford Modern  Oxford University Press Ms. Akriti Singh
50 Ms. Smita Shukla (PRT) 23 August 2021 Madhubani Painting  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Sushila Prakash, Professional Madhubani Art trainer
51 Ms. Aarti Gupta (TGT) 25 August 2021 Hindi Workshop Full Marks Pvt. Ltd.  Dr. Ravi Prakash Gupt
52 Ms. Kawaljeet Kaur (PRT) 25 August 2021 सहायक क्रिया - वाच्य, वाच्य एवं प्रयोग तथा वाच्य परिवर्तन।  Full Marks Pvt. Ltd.  Dr. Ravi Prakash Gupt
53 Ms. Bindu Metha (PRT) 25 August 2021 सहायक क्रिया - वाच्य, वाच्य एवं प्रयोग तथा वाच्य परिवर्तन।  Full Marks Pvt. Ltd.  Dr. Ravi Prakash Gupt
54 Ms. Pinki Sharma (PRT) 25 August 2021 सहायक क्रिया, वाच्य प्रयोग एवं परिवर्तन  Full Marks Pvt. Ltd.  Dr. Ravi Prakash Gupt
55 Ms. Menka Tyagi (PRT) 25 August 2021 सहायक क्रिया, वाच्य प्रयोग एवं परिवर्तन  Full Marks Pvt. Ltd.  Dr. Ravi Prakash Gupt
56 Ms. Chandni D.Rekhi  (PRT) 25 August 2021 व्याकरण: व्यापक दृष्टिकोण  Full Marks Pvt. Ltd.  Dr. Ravi Prakash Gupt
57 Ms. Renu Rampal (PRT) 25 August 2021 सहायक क्रिया, वाच्य प्रयोग एवं परिवर्तन  Full Marks Pvt. Ltd.  Dr. Ravi Prakash Gupt
58 Ms. Babita Singh (PRT) 28 August 2021 व्याकरण: व्यापक दृष्टिकोण  Full Marks Pvt. Ltd.  Dr. Ravi Prakash Gupt
59 Ms. Pinki Sharma (PRT) 03 September 2021 आइए, हिंदी भाषा शिक्षण को रोचक बनाएँ। HRDC Centre, DPS Society Prof. Rajinder Prakash Gautam
60 Ms. Harleen Kaur (PRT) 09 September 2021 Contemporary approach to incorporate Indian Classical music in the curriculum HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms. Subhadra Desai, professional vocalist of Hindustani classical approach, genre academic engaged in music education and research
61 Capt. Richa Sharma Katyal                    Headmistress (Primary Wing) 24 September 2021 ‘Transforming Education through Virtual Learning’ as part of our “Learning & Education Leadership Talk Series” (8th in the Sequence). Indiannica Learning  Shri Anil Swarup, former Secretary, School Education, Government of India,Keynote Speaker, Ms Nuriya Ansari, President, Learning Links Foundation. Mr Gaurava Yadav, Founder & Moderator, Indian Principals’ Network (IPN), and Dr Manjula Raman, CEO, Academics & Innovation, Royal Concorde International Group of Schools as Guest Speakers.
62 Mr. Gaurav Kumar (PRT) 28 September 2021 A Framework for Reflecting onGood Practice HRDC Centre, DPS Society Dr. John Lyle, Professor of Sport Coaching School of Sport Leeds Beckett University, UK. 
63 Ms. Amit Khanna (PRT) 01 October 2021 Methods and Teaching Principles for a School Physical Education Progamme HRDC Centre, DPS Society Dr. Sarita Tyagi, Professor, India Gandhi Institute of Physical Education and Sports Sciences.
64 All PRT teachers 09 October 2021 Psychological first Aid for School Fortis Hospital Dr. Aleena Ali 
65 Ms. Divya Sharma (PRT) 24 October 2021 Parental Concerns on Aggression in Children ICTRC (Institute of Counsellor Training Research and Consultancy) Dr. VSR
66 Ms. Alka Jindal (PRT) 27 October 2021 An Introduction To Compassionate Systems Leadership HRDC Centre, DPS Society Ms Suchitra Sarda, Founder, Compassionate Learning Communities (Clc), India
Compassionate Systems (Cs) Master Practitioner
Center For Systems Awareness, USA
67 Ms. Geetanjali Nayar 28 October 2021 Developing Values in Learners – The need of the Hour  HRDC Centre, DPS Society Dr Sujata Srivastava, Associate Coordinator. Inter-University Centre For Teachers Education, Faculty of Education & Psychology, M.S University, Baroda.

 

 

S. No

Topic

Day & Date

Name of the Participant

 Designation

Resource Person

1 PSYCHOLOGICAL FIRST AID
Saturday, October 9 2021
All Teachers (Classes VI to XII) TGT and PGT Ms. Aleena Ali (Clinical Psychologist Fortis Healthcare)

2

Holistic Physical Education and Wellness: Areté and How the Origin of Physical Education and Wellness from the Ancient Past Can Lead the Curriculum in the Future

Monday, September 27, 2021

Mr. Rajinder Kumar

TGT-P.E.

Dr Steven Murray
Director
Physical Education Programme
University of California Berkeley, USA

3

A Framework for Reflecting on Good Practices

Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Mr. Gaurav Kumar

PRT

Dr John Lyle
Professor of Sport Coaching School of Sport
Leeds Beckett University, UK

4

A Webinar on Exchange of Ideas on Blended & Hybrid Learning, Flipped Classrooms and the Education System - between DPS Schools and Japanese Experts
(Organised by DPSS-HRDC in cooperation with MOSAI and the Embassy of Japan)

Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Ms. Sushma Anthwal

Headmistress

Prof. Hajime Shirouzu University of Tokyo Prof. Katsusuke Shigeta University of Hokkaido

5

Physical Education: A Cornerstone for Sports and Education.

Thursday, September 30, 2021

Ms. Sunila Jakhar

TGT-P.E.

Dr Sheela Kumari S. Associate Professor
Dept. of Physical Education & Sports Sciences
Gargi College, University of Delhi

6

Methods and Teaching Principles for a School Physical Education Programme

Friday, October 1, 2021

Mr. Amit Khanna

PRT

Dr Sarita Tyagi
Professor
Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education and Sports Sciences

7

Machine Learning

Monday, October 4, 2021

Ms. Nishi Bhasin

Computer Teacher (TGT)

Prof. Chandrajit Bajaj Professor of Computer Science
Director of Center for Computational Visualization University of Texas, Austin, USA

8

Databases and Data Structures

Tuesday,
October 5, 2021

Ms. Nishi Bhasin

Computer Teacher (TGT)

Prof. Arnab Bhattacharya
Professor
Dept. Of Computer Science IIT - Kanpur

9

Tips and Techniques for teaching the CBSE Computer Science Curriculum

Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Mr. Amit Dua

PGT-Computer Science

Prof. Smruti Ranjan Sarangi Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering
IIT - Delhi

 

 

S.No

Topic

Day & Date

Name of the Participant

 Designation

Resource Person

1

The Challenges of the Indian Economy: Including the COVID Times

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

 

Ms. Simranjit Kaur

TGT-Economics

Dr Mridula Goel Professor, Department of Economics & Finance BITS Pilani, K K Birla- Goa Campus

2

Avenues in Economics

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

 

Ms. Mohua Bhattacharjee

PGT-Economics

Dr Anurag Asawa
Associate Professor, Gokhale Institute of Economics, Pune &
Dr Ashish Kulkarni Assistant Professor, Gokhale Institute of Economics, Pune

3

Sustainable Economic Development: Tools and Applications

Thursday, September 23, 2021

 

Ms. Soni Saxena 

PGT-Economics

Dr G. Mythili
Professor, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai

4

Development Experience (1947-90) and Economic Reforms since 1991

Friday,
September 24, 2021

 

Ms. Anubha Malhotra

PGT-Economics

Dr Chetan Ghate Professor, Economics & Planning Unit
Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi

 

S.No

Topic

Day & Date

Name of the Participant

 Designation

Resource Person

1

Music Literacy and Techniques

Monday, September 6, 2021

Mr. Sochipem Kashak

TGT-W/Music

Dr Cynthia Smith Mezzo-Soprano
Music Educator & Music Performer, USA

2

Organise-Prioritise-Commit The Practice and Performance Process

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Mr. Reisangam R Shimray

TGT-W/Music

Ms Victoria Samek Critically Acclaimed International Musician Founder- Samek Music, U.K

3

Music Education: Awareness and Tools

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Ms. Seema Chakravarty

TGT-Music

Dr Shambhavi Das
Leading Indian Classical Vocalist & Music Therapist

4

Contemporary Approach to incorporate Indian Classical Music in the Curriculum

Thursday, September 9, 2021

Ms. Harleen Kaur

PRT

Dr Subhadra Desai Professional Vocalist of Hindustani Classical genre Academic engaged in Music Education and Research

5

Relevance of Costuming

Monday, September 13, 2021

Ms. Suguna P. Menon

PRT

Ms Sandhya Raman Costume Designer
Founder-Desmania Foundation

6

Katha-Ganit
(A Geometric Analysis of Basic Movements and Footwork employed in Kathak)

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Ms. Namrata Dhawan

TGT-Dance

Mr Sandeep Mallick Kathak Exponent
Founder-Nadam Dance School

7

Kinetics of the Moving Body (Understanding the Movements of the Dancer in Space and Time)

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Ms. Kanupriya

TGT-Dance

Mr Sudarshan Chakravorty Artistic Director
Sapphire Creations Dance Company

8

The World of Artistic Creation: An Interactive Session

Thursday, September 16, 2021

Ms. Namrata Dhawan

TGT-Dance

Dr Shovana Narayan Padma Shri Kathak Maestro Member, The DPS Society

9

Stage -Light - Sound (The Visual Impact)

Friday,
September 17, 2021

Ms. Kanupriya

TGT-Dance

Mr Sai Venkatesh
Stage Management Expert Founder- Sai Arts International Bharatanatyam Dance School

 

 

S. No.

Topics

Day & Date

Name of the Participant

Designation

Resource Person

1

हिन्दी गद्य के विविध आयाम।
Diversity in Hindi Prose

September 1, 2021

Ms. Meenakshi Pathak

TGT – Hindi

Prof Satyaketu Sankrit Dean,
School of Letters Proctor,
Ambedkar University Delhi

2

हिंदी कविता की विकास यात्रा।
The Journey of  the Development of Hindi Poetry

September 2, 2021

Ms. Hema Kapoor 

TGT – Hindi

Prof. Ram Gopal Singh
Senior Professor & Head Department of Hindi
&
Rajbhasha Adhikari Gujarat Vidyapith Ahmedabad

3.

आइए, हिंदी भाषा-शिक्षण को रोचक बनाएं
Making Hindi Language Teaching Interesting

September 3, 2021

Ms. Pinki Sharma

PRT

Prof. Rajendra Prakash Gautam
Professor (Retired) Dept. of Hindi

University of Delhi

 

S.
No

Topic

Day & Date

Name of the Participant
Designation

Resource Person

1

Accounting beyond debits and credits: Real-world perspectives

Wednesday,
August 4, 2021

 

Ms Sapna Sharma
PGT-Commerce

Dr Rajesh Vijayaraghavan Assistant Professor Accounting & Information Systems Division University of British Columbia
Canada

2

Ratio Analysis & Accounting Ratios

Thursday,
August 5, 2021

Ms. Shweta Bhargava
PGT-Commerce

Dr. Shital Vekariya Assistant Professor Department of Accounting and Financial Management,
Faculty of Commerce, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

3

Atomic and Molecular Structure

Tuesday, August 17, 2021

 

Ms. Meetu Sobti
TGT-Chemistry

Dr. Prashant Uday Manohar Associate Professor of Chemistry
Department of Chemistry BITS, Pilani

4

Organic Chemistry

Wednesday, August 18, 2021

 

Ms. Ila Sharma
PGT-Chemistry

Dr Harinath Chakrapani Professor and Dean (International Relations and Outreach)
Dept of Chemistry, IISER, Pune

5

Thermodynamics

Friday,
August 20, 2021

 

Ms. Ashu Malik
PGT-Chemistry

Prof Radha Jayaram Adjunct Professor &
Former Head of Department Dept. of Chemistry
Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai