Educators must create student-friendly environment in classroom: DEO
Jamshedpur, Dec 1: Annual Youth Conference- Lets Make A Difference (LMAD) at Kerala Public School, Kadma kicked off on Thursday.
300 young and passionate students are participating in the four-day conference.
District Education Officer Nirmala Kumari was present as the chief guest during the inaugural ceremony.
Resource person for LMAD Youth Conference is Viral Mazumdar.
Chief Guest Nirmala Kumari addressed the gathering by stressing on the importance of quiet time and inner peace. She enlightened the educators to create a student friendly environment in the classroom and arouse interest in the minds of the learners.
Later, the spectacular skit performed by the volunteer team of LMAD left the students and teachers spellbound.
Sharat Chandran, Director, Kerala Public Schools inspired the lively audience to be mindful and make a difference by channelizing their strength to the direction that would lead them to reach their ultimate goal.
The Conference provided the children with an ideal opportunity to rejuvenate their young minds, enhance leadership skill, improve communication skills and develop concentration power.
Also present at the inaugural ceremony were Academic Directors, Kerala Public Schools Lakshmi R, Dr. Rachana Nair, Founder Principal Shanta Vaidyanathan, Principal KPS Kadma Sharmila Mukherjee and LMAD Coordinator Jamshedpur Rajiv Agarwal.
Let’s Make a Difference- Jamshedpur Youth Conference is being held under the aegis of Initiative of Change, supported by Kerala Public School.
The Conference focuses on making a stronger coordination effort for meaningful youth participation and application learning to improve the students’ academic grade. The ulterior motive is to shape the character of the students with universal values of honesty, love, purity and selfless service around the world.
An Annual event that has been going on for the last 15 years aims to help school children harness their restless self through intense introspection, quiet time role-plays and extreme catharsis sessions. Thus enabling children to walk out “rewired” with a firm purpose and vision.