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Thursday, November 30, 2017

Retirement - poem by S S Dogra


Education must transform

ANURADHA GOVIND
PRINCIPAL - J M INTERNATIONAL  SCHOOL

Over the years, with competition getting tougher every year and seats getting fewer in college, the education system has still not changed. Here is a look into the current education system in India and how we need to change it.

To deliberate on the purpose of education of education, let’s go by tracing its roots. It is popularity known to be derived from the Latin word ‘edu co’-which means ‘to educe’ or draw out’. There are some other root words too, like, ‘Educare’ which means ‘to bring up’ and ‘Educare’ which means ‘to draw out from within’. Education, rather a good and purposeful education, should act as a stimulant for a students’ mind. It should be able to draw the students to correlate what they read in the text-books with the real world around them. Educating a child is not filling up his mind with all kinds of facts and figures, but to ignite his/her mind to find, explore, analyze and learn. The vital need is to develop love for learning and interest to know more and more. Once this goal is attained, the ground for ‘good and meaningful education’ is ready. It is “though” a creative process which eventually develops overall personality of the children. Through this, we can transform the students into dynamic and result oriented citizens with a mind of their own and with the courage to mouth their opinion to go beyond instructing from the book. Arousing the curiosity of students is perhaps one of the most important aspects of teaching-learning because once this is done, a student starts making self driven effort to explore and learn on his own. Here group dynamics plays a major role too. Therefore, there should be a strong emphasis on participatory learning, group work and collaborative projects. This enhances the emotional quotient of children and the spirit of team work, collaboration, respecting each other’s view point and sharing opinions without offence. This mind training is of utmost important a team.

When we talk about transformation, yes education must transform the mind, soul and personality. Therefore it is not only through knowledge but also through instilling value systems and life skills in children, so that they are not just equipped to earn a living but also to live a happy and purposeful life. Such righteous students become the sensitive citizens who lead to the evolution of enlightened and caring society. That should be the mission of education.

The purpose and mission of education guides are vision for the school. Does vision reflect a school having a big and fancy building? Having a big laboratory? Or having a big infrastructure? Not at all; Great schools must have great teachers who love teaching and with great vision. The vision should be to make a beautiful school which generates a safe, secure and happy environment for promoting exploration, creativity and real learning for the development of righteous youth who are an asset to the school, family, society, nation five minds for the future, as described by Howard Gardner - The disciplinary mind, the synthesizing mind, The creative mind, the respectful mind and the ethical mind.

No syllabus can teach such things; no textbook can develop such minds. It has to be imbibed in the overall culture and vision of the school. the creative approach of the school and the way of life of mod.

Coming to the final and most important aspect of the right approach to education ‘who should be the centre of education, if we revisit our vision, mission, purpose and outcome; all of them lead to a single objective. It is ‘the child’, who must be central to all experiences leading to learning therefore good school must aim at providing a secure and encouraging environment that strengths, develop life skills, productive habits and sensitivity for fellows and society and courage to speak his/her mind..

To impart education that brings transformation in the child, the school may not have fancy building or five star commodities but it must have holistic curriculum, engaged children, motivated teachers, assured parents, and inspiring role-models.

Note: Principal & educationists are invited to send articles on Better education for publishing in Dwarka Parichay.  email: info@dwarkaparichay.com ) 

Giraffe Heroes India invites nominations from all over India



The Giraffe Heroes India Program

A Giraffe Hero is a person who sticks his or her neck out on sustainable basis, for public good, at huge personal risk. Giraffe Heroes India Program is an off-shoot of non-profit Giraffe Heroes Project which was started in USA in 1984, by Ann Medlock. The aim of starting this Project was to find out unknown heroes of the society, commend them as Giraffes for sticking their necks out & get their stories told on radio, television & in print. Giraffe stories would tell the people that there was headway being made on the problems of the world, that there were individuals who had solutions & the courage to move into action. The stories would move people`s souls & get them moving on public problems that mattered to them.


A COPY OF THE LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR-Giraffe Heroes India Program

February 2, 2004 was a very special day for me. On this day, I received a letter from Ann Medlock, the Founder of Giraffe Heroes Project which said:

`I am happy to tell you that you were chosen by our most recent jury to receive the enclosed Giraffe Commendation, joining over 900 people who have been honored as Giraffe Heroes since the Giraffe Project began in 1982.’ The letter stated that this was for sticking my neck out to fight corruption in civil government.

It was unbelievable! I had received the Red & White Bravery Award in 2002, but this Giraffe Commendation came at a difficult time and was a HUGE morale-booster! It was a matter of great honour, pride & privilege to be ONE of the distinguished family of Giraffes. My years of trodding on the lonely path, which was very rough & uneven at times, had finally brought me to the doors of a family consisting of brave, caring & committed people.

I was still in the local government of New Delhi, fighting a long legal battle with my own organization. I had filed a case in the High Court in 1993, for a look into the unethical & unfair practices followed by my seniors which had resulted, to my mind, in a huge misuse of public funds. They were encouraging, pampering & protecting unethical colleagues, at the same time that they were harassing & hounding me in every possible way. I was making a stand for professional values & ethics. My good record was changed to damaging assessments of my work, making it impossible for me to advance in my career.

I finally won the legal battle, arguing the case myself against the organization in which I had worked since 1969. In May of 2004 I was appointed the Chief Engineer[civil]-HEAD of my Department.

Why have I given my personal example? It’s about something Ann mentioned in her letter. She said, “the aim is to tell others about you so that they will follow your example.” And that is the aim of this new organization, Giraffe Heroes India. This new non-governmental organization will tell the stories of India’s heroes, so that people all over the country can be inspired to stand tall on public problems they see.

Being appointed DIRECTOR of the Giraffe Heroes India Programme, is a matter of great honour & privilege for me. But having said that, it brings with it huge responsibilities. I’ll be rallying supporters for the cause, calling for nominations, organizing a jury, enlisting media to tell the stories.

But, I am happy to tell you that there have already been very enthusiastic & positive responses & I am confident that Giraffe Heroes India will start kicking soon like the operations in Sierra Leone, Egypt, Nepal & the UK.

I welcome your ideas and support.

With best wishes to all & for Giraffe Heroes India

Vijay K. Saluja

New Delhi-India
saluvk@gmail.com


Appeal From the Director

Since 2004, we have tried to spread the word about this PROGRAM.But, the progress in the same has not been on planned lines due to number of reasons?

It is now decided to spur up our efforts. we need active assoiation & sustainable support of all persons from India.

As I ,live in Dwarka, I will be happy,if DWARAKAITES may send their suggestions/views, if any, on the matter, AT THE EARLIEST.

SO, PLEASE GET INVOLVED.

visit  https://www.giraffe.org/global/india 
for more details about criteria for nomination/Nomination Form

Dwarka Parichay has been our trusted & valuable Media Partner.

Vijay K. Saluja

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

A MUSICAL EVENT - PRESENTED BY DWARKA BEATS

Dwarka Beats, a musical organization which solicits social integration through music and provides a platform for aspiring singers to showcase their talent, presented a musical evening “ Aaj ki Shaam Aapke Naam” on Sunday, November 26, 2017 in Gokul Apartment, Dwarka on their invitation. Dwarka Beats performs in association with Confederation of Dwarka Sub City, who works for the betterment of Dwarka. 

The combination of melodies from the Golden Era of Hindi Cinema and comparatively new songs fascinated audience when singers traced the journey of songs by crooning hit numbers – like “Ye moh moh ke dhaage, Jaa re, jaa re ud ja re paakhi …, Ye raaten ye mausam…., Chhod do aanchl…, Ye kisne geet chheda, Nakhre wali…, Ab ke sajan saawan mein…., Tumhe yaad hoga…, Ve main tere lar lagiya ve raanjhna…, Rahen na rahe hum…., Pyar hua chupke se…, haal kaisa hai janab ka…, chhalke teri aankhon se…, Chaand jane kahan kho gaya…, Tum na jaane kis jahaan mein kho gaye.., Jo main jaanati bisrat hai sainyya….” and many more .

The foot tapping number “Ve main tere lar…...” by Ms. Ritu Dogra and
“Nakhre wali…” by Sh. Tanveer Ali enthralled the audience. Mr. R. K. Jain rendered the audience awestruck with his soul stirring voice. Mr. Promila Malik, Ms. Sujaya Biswas , Mr. MVS Rao and Ms. Poonam Sharma, spellbound the audience. Ms. Shashi Jain, as an anchor, added spark to the show.

The hall was jam packed. People were searching for chairs. The evening of entertainment won great acclaim and applause of the large gathering of music lovers of the city.

Shashi Jain
President
Dwarka Beats





Looms of Ladakh, inspiring the world through women empowerment

Ladakh is undoubtedly an amazing place to visit and we all wish to settle down in such beautiful places don’t we? But we often forget that sustaining a livelihood is really difficult in these beautiful areas. The people of Ladakh are hard-working as they survive there in harsh weather conditions. The primary occupation of the locals includes agriculture based on the Indus River for their livelihood. Barley, wheat, buckwheat, peas, rapeseed and beans are the main agricultural products. Apples and apricots are grown in warmer regions of low altitude.

Changthang is a part of the high altitude Tibetan Plateau in western and northern Tibet extending into south-eastern Ladakh, India, with vast highlands and giant lakes. The communities living here follow their traditional occupation of rearing long-haired goats and sheep to earn their livelihood by trading the wool, which is another primary occupation of the locals. These herdsmen are called Chang-pas. Changthang is also known as the cradle of finest cashmere or pashmina.

Recently it was noticed that the locals started following the trend of migration. The Chang-pas started migrating to Leh and other urban settlements for a better lifestyle. This became a major concern as it might affect their way of life. Another reason for major concern was that the locals living there are sentinels of the border, hence it was important to find a way of keeping the locals motivated to earn their livelihood there itself.

This issue was acknowledged by Looms of Ladakh (launched in July 2016). Through the project Laksal which means 'skills' in Ladakhi language, the project aims to train the unemployed women of these communities to make finished products with resources which are available to them like pasmina, yak, camel, sheep wool. These finished products are hand knitted and hand woven.

The motive behind the project Laksal is to stop the locals who are migrating in search of better livelihood options, by giving the women of the community, an opportunity of forming women cooperative.

Birth of the idea
Deputy Commissioner of Leh, G. Prasanna Ramaswamy on one of his district tours to Chumur IAS, noticed the women knitting beautiful garments for their family. This was when this idea stuck him to hone the women’s innate skills along with introducing weaving, so that they make marketable products.

On many of their exhibition visits, G. Prasanna Ramaswamy and Abhilasha Bahuguna (his wife) were surprised on not finding Changthang Ladakh pashmina sellers, and they discussed the strategy of promoting Pashmina products with the help of the women of the particular community to highlight the best quality pasmina. Everybody else was selling Pashmina and everything under the brand name using the cooked up marketing tactic of fabled Pashmina shawl that can pass through a ring when genuine fabric cannot pass through a ring. So they strategized and worked together on Project Laksal to create the brand Looms of Ladakh. Other likeminded and dedicated officers and individuals joined hands to contribute in the success story of Looms of Ladakh Women Cooperative.

Their aim was to establish sustainable Pashmina, Bactrian camel and Yak wool small scale industry with responsible environment impact in Ladakh. This was very essential so that the locals can remarkably benefit from their own ecosystem; this high end raw material comes from.

With their observations over many visits to the place, a comprehensive scheme was laid out.

This self help group includes women of eight villages namely Chuchot, Pheyang, Kharnakling, Stok, Chuchul, Merak, Perma and Sato. 150 women are working under an executive body. Looms of Ladakh has tie ups with financial partners and designers who are helping this self help group of women to reach a desired goal. This is a perfect example of using traditional skills and achieving a sustainable production.


How are they different from other retail entrepreneurs in cashmere, Yak and Sheep wool?
· They don't work for any entrepreneur.
· They are entrepreneurs without schooling.
· They hire management graduate, but they themselves take care of other executive functions.
· They have office bearers like Chief Executive Officers, Cashier and product officers who are not schooled but wise and passionate enough to run the cooperative. These positions are elected every two years. So one who is CEO this year can be a member after two years. Similarly, a member can be elected as a CEO.
· A certain percentage goes to the members and rest is kept for buying raw materials next season and paying bills. Some amount is kept for welfare funds for the members who can get small loans for health and child education only.
· Social audit are also done of the women cooperative to maintain understanding, motivation and transparency among the team.
· They are also working for insurance and other artisan benefits for the members.

They are not just entrepreneurs, but social entrepreneurs, they are together entrepreneurs working for themselves. The work of these women is being appreciated not only in the national market, but also in the international market. They are now an inspiration for others.

The Roving Feet
-Aakanksha

INTERNATIONAL ROAD FEDERATION (IRF) TRANSPORT MINISTERS FORUM FOR MAKING ELECTRONIC STABILITY CONTROL (ESC) SYSTEMS MANDATORY FOR ALL VEHICLES

The Delhi Declaration announced by recently held Global Transport Minister’s forum on Road Safety held in the National Capital which was attended by Transport Ministers from various countries has stressed on encourage all the car manufactures to sign up to a UN agreement on minimum vehicle safety standards, covering passive and active safety requirements including making fitting of Electronic Stability Control (ESC) systems mandatory for all new vehicles by all the governments worldwide including India.

The Global Transport Ministers forum on Road Safety was organised by International Road Federation (IRF), a Geneva based global road safety body working for better and safer roads world wide in New Delhi on November 14, 2017 and was attended by Transport Ministers from various countries including Russia, Canada, Finland, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Burundi, Lesotho, Luxembourg along with FIA President and UN special envoy on road safety Jean Todt. The conference was inaugurated by Union health and Family welfare minister Mr J P Nadda along with Mr Yudhvir Malik, Secretary, Minitry of Road Transport and Highways (moRTH)

Some of major countries including Canada and Australia have already made installation of Electronic Stability Control (ESC) mandatory in all new vehicles. Electronic stability control (ESC) is an active safety feature designed to reduce the number and severity of motor vehicle crashes that result from a loss of control. ESC provides traction and anti-skid support in cases of over steering and under steering. Over-steering occurs when the vehicle continues to turn beyond the driver’s steering input because the rear end is sliding outwards. Under-steering occurs when the vehicle turns less than the driver’s steering input because the wheels have insufficient traction.

ESC systems are made up of several computer/sensor subcomponents that are monitored and controlled by an electronic control unit (ECU)..The ECU continually retrieves information from these sensors and compiles the data to determine if any difference exists between the driver’s steering input and the vehicle’s actual direction of travel.

ESC is very effective at reducing the number of severe motor vehicle crashes involving both passenger cars and sport utility vehicles (SUVs). As per various studies ESC reduces fatal single-vehicle crash risk by 49%, and fatal multiple-vehicle crash risk by 20% for both cars and SUVs ESC also helps prevent rollovers. Some of major car manufcaturers inlcuding BMW, Audi, Toyota and Ford are already producing cars fitted with ESC systems in some of their models.


“The other recommendations made by Transport Minister’s forum include providing access to safe, affordable, accessible and sustainable transport systems for all, improving road safety, notably by expanding public transport, with special attention to the needs of those in vulnerable situations, women, children, persons with disabilities and older persons by the year 2030,” said MR K K Kapila, Chairman, International Road Federation (IRF) releasing the recommendations today .

“Scaling up road safety efforts by reaffirming the importance of improving road management systems and to introduce road safety audits for new construction projects and road safety assessment programmes and star rating systems for the existing networks and recognise the need for capacity building to this effect. Emphasizing on the need to strengthen pre-hospital care, including emergency health services and the immediate post-crash response, through the implementation of appropriate legislation, capacity-building and improvement of timely access to health care.” He said.

“Governments should Commit to implement professional driver qualification frameworks, including training, certification and licensing, restricted hours of driving and working conditions with focus on addressing the main causes of accidents or crashes involving heavy commercial vehicles. Also commit to enhance road safety culture of all road users through road safety education in schools and awareness programmes, particularly in developing countries. “ he added.

15th Annual Hindustan Times Leadership Summit


NKBPS Dwarka Celebrated its Annual Day with Glitz

N.K .BagrodiaPublic school hosted its 16th Annual day “Sopanam-Rising towards Enlightenment”A Quintessential Musical Odyssey emphasising the vitality of following a path of divine and aesthetic enrichment , on 25th November 2017 with a lot of enthusiasm and zeal. The Annual Day proved a perfectplatform for children to instill positive values, recognize their abilities and talents, through an array ofscintillating programmes.It was an occasion of celebration, felicitation and festivity when students presented not only their wonderful performances but also received honours for their curricular and co-curricular achievements.

The event waspresidedover by the Chief Guest ShriDependraPathak, IPS, Special Commissioner of Police (Traffic)-Delhi. The Guest of honour on the occasion was Dr. Mohan Nair, an Eminent Cardiologist, the Special Invitee on the day was Dr.Ved Ram Verma, Deputy Director of Education, Zone -21 SW(B), , the Chairperson of the school , Shrimati Pushpa Devi Bagrodiaji and all the distinguished members of NKBPS School Education Society, Shri. K.K Dhanuka, the founder trustee, Shri Dinesh Kumar Gupta, the trustee, Dr. S.K.Bhattacharya, the director, Mr.MahinderAggarwal, the trustee , Mr.Raghav Bagrodia, Mr.Prashant Parashar, the Principal NKBPS, Rohini and Mrs.JayshreeNavani, the Vice Principal NK Bagrodia Global School, Dwarka added grace and élan of the event .

The programme commenced with a short prayer sungby the choir group of the school followed by the auspicious lighting of the ceremonial lamp by all the esteemed guests invoking blessings from Almighty on the occasion. This was followed by an extended ceremony of welcoming and felicitating the illustrious and erudite Chief Guest, Guest of Honour and Special Invitee with mementoes and shawls. The School Principal Dr. (Mrs.)Rajee N Kumar accorded her felicitations to the revered Chairperson and all the members of School Education Society.

The alfresco of the school turned aesthetic with the divine welcome dance. As the daylight lingered on into the fragrance of twilight, the three deities Saraswati,Laxmi and MaaDurga, were invoked by the young dancers through ‘Welcome Dance- Devyastvah’. This was later followed by the welcome address by the Director of School, Shri S.K.Bhattacharya.

The next mesmerizing performance of the evening waspraising glorious sagaof‘India- the mother land’ through a melodious song by the students and rhapsody by the school orchestra.Patriotism towards the country was portrayed through the song in four languages- Sanskrit , Hindi , French and Englishwhich moved the heart of the audience..The most riveting performance which drew an unceasing applause ‘India- A land where history echoesitself with all its wonders ’.
The School Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Rajee N Kumar in her Annual Report briefed the audience with the philosophy of the school, inculcation of life skills and value based education, global citizenship and plethora of activities conducted in the schooland also highlightedthe academic achievements of the school students.

The Meritorious achievers in scholastics and co-scholastics areas of the session 2016-17 were felicitated with trophies, cash prizes and certificates. Vivekananda House won overall trophy of the year, The Best House Trophy which was followed up by Valmiki House which bagged runners- up trophy. Later the Chief Guest Shri Dependra Pathak , in his speech motivated students to do better in their future. Guest of honour Dr. Mohan Nair and the Special Invitee Dr.Ved Ram Verma, in their addresses appreciated and congratulated the participants. They emphasised on the fact that Young students are the future of our country and the world at large. Education should aim at holistic development of the students.

The 15th edition of the school magazine –Oasis, a beautiful and vivacious depiction of students’ and teachers’ creativity was released by the Chairperson and the special guests of the evening.

The event reached to its crux with the most awaited and dazzling segment of the glittering evening -a musical ballet where the talented buddies exhibited their acumen on the theme -“Sopanam-Rising towards Enlightenment ”. This thematic show of talent, imagination and organization was the essence of the evening. Each group danced to the tune of songs with colourful props, depicting thepath of walking on thestairsand achieving enlightenment. The audience was enthralled by a pulsating, colourful and very well directed dance drama.

The event culminated with the vote of thanks by the Trustee of the school, Mr.Mahinder Aggarwal expressing his sincere and heartfelt gratitude to all eminent guests for their benign presence , praising students, parents, and management of the school to make the event a grand success. The extravaganza ended with the National Anthem.

KAASH group Art Exhibition by Artist and Social Activist Yasmin Sultana



KAASH group Art Exhibition 2017-18 is an Annual Exhibition of Al- Yas Creationz which is Curated by Artist and Social Activist Yasmin Sultana. 


This Exhibition is going to organize to honour her parents and to help the patients suffering from Cancer. Great Sculptor Shri Ram .V Sutar ji , Eminent Artist Shri Vijender Sharma ji, Retd. Principal of Delhi College of Arts Shri S.N Lehri ji and his wife Jyoti Lehri ji, Art Director National Herald Mr. Qazi M. Raghib, Eminent Sculptor Shri Rambali Prajapati ji and many Eminent personalities will inaugurate this Exhibition on 1st December 2017 at AIFACS Art Gallery, Rafi Marg, Delhi. 

Exhibition will continue till 7th December 2017. Many senior artists from All over India are going to participate in this Exhibition. Once Yasmin Sultana found herself helpless in front of a Cancer patient and has decided to organize this Art Exhibition to help the deserving.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Literary Day held in National Law University


(Dwarka Parichay News Desk)
28 November2017: A Literary Day was held at National Law University, Delhi (NLUD) Dwarka. This showcased the university’s holistic and humanistic approach towards the education of the law students. According to the organizer of the events, Prof. (Dr.) Prasannanshu all technical education should be imbued with elements of literature, and language to give a balanced outlook to the students and for their personality development. He hastened to add that such an approach is generally lacking in technical institutes in India, however NLUD is an exception as the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ranbir Singh has a vision for holistic education and takes a personal interest in the promotion of such activities. Six plays viz. Antigone by Sophocles; God Sees the Truth But Waits by Tolstoy; The Merchant of Venice (The Courtroom Scene) by Shakespeare; The Benefit of the Doubt by Jack London;A Malefactor by Anton Chekhov; and the Great Trial of MK Gandhi were staged. Prof. B.T. Kaul, Chairperson, Delhi Judicial Academy was the Chief guest, and the guests of Honour were: Mrs. Neena Bansal Krishna, DHJS Director (Academics), Delhi Judicial Academy; Mr. Laxmi Kant Gaur, DHJS Director (Administration), Delhi Judicial Academy; Mrs. Cecil Kodian, and Mrs. Madhuri Varshney & Mr.S.S.Dogra-Mg.Editor-Dwarka Parichay & Founder Director of Creatives World Media Academy.




This was followed by a Poetry Workshop conducted by Prof. Prasannanshu in which he showed the participants how to write a poem. It was fascinating to see how scores of young people wrote their first poems engrossed in their world of feelings and imagination. Prof. Prasannanshu pointed out that writing poetry is akin to meditation. 


Several senior poets judged the poems, and declared the Hindi poem of Ms. Suchta,a research scholar from JNU as the best entry, and she won the first prize, followed by three English entries of NLU, Delhi students, viz.Vineet Kansotia (second prize), and AsthaGangwal and Shruti Srivastava who shared the third prize. The participants’involvement made this event a big success. 




A poetry meet was held just after this and it was chaired by Sh. Virendra Kumar Mansotra,and anchored by Dr. ChandramaniBrahmdatt, the poets on the dais who read their poems were Prof. Prasannanshu;Ms. SukhvinderKaru; Mr. Pankaj Sharma; Mr. Paramjeet Yadav; Sh. Ved Prakash KanwarJi; Mrs. SukhvarshKanwarTanha; Sh. Devanand Das; Dr. SandeshaRayapa; Prof. Shandar Ahmad; Dr. ChandramaniBrahmdatt; and Mr. Virendra Kumar Mansotra. A poetry collection ofMr. Virendra Kumar Mansotra, and the title of a book on the literary and theatre activities of NLU, Delhi was also released during the meet. The audience enjoyed the events and appreciated the young actors, and poets.

Poetry workshop organised at NLU Delhi








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प्रेस क्लब ऑफ इंडिया विश्व में पत्रकारों का सर्वाधिक प्रतिष्ठित क्लब बनकर उभरा: दयानंद वत्स


लाहिरी-भारती-विनय पैनल की
बंपर ऐतिहासिक जीत पर बधाई दी,

अखिल भारतीय स्वतंत्र पत्रकार एवं लेखक संघ के राष्ट्रीय महासचिव दयानंद वत्स ने प्रेस क्लब ऑफ इंडिया के चुनावों में गौतम लाहिरी को अध्यक्ष, विनय कुमार, महासचिव, मनोरंजन भारती, उपाध्यक्ष, संजय सिंह, संयुक्त सचिव, मोहुआ चटर्जी, कोषाध्यक्ष एवं श्री विजय शंकर चतुर्वेदी को सदस्य चुने जाने पर और पैनल की बंपर जीत पर अपनी हार्दिक बधाई दी है। श्री वत्स ने कहा कि लाहिरी-विनय पैनल की 16 में से 15 सीटों पर मिली जीत ऐतिहासिक है और देश के सर्वाधिक प्रतिष्ठित क्लबों में शुमार प्रेस कलब ऑफ इंडिया के इतिहास में चार चांद लगाने वाला है। श्री वत्स ने नवनिर्वाचित पदाधिकारियों ओर सदस्यों से उम्मीद जाहिर की है कि आने वाले समय में.क्लब सामाजिक सरोकारों में अग्रणी रहेगा और पत्रकारों के सभी वर्गों को उचित मान-सम्मान प्रदान करेगा।

Geeta Jayanti celebration at Golok Dham


PREPARING TINY TOTS FOR PLAY SCHOOL ADMISSION


“Children are the world’s most valuable resource and its best hope for the future”. – John F. Kennedy

Children are unique and divine gifts of God. They are lovable and innocent angels. They are full of smiles when they receive love and appreciation. When infants grow, they learn about the basic virtues in life from their mothers, while on mothers’ laps, and at mothers’ feet. The father also plays his role in giving moral support and emotional security to the child and defends their child from the external bad influences and threats. Both parents are thus sources of encouragement and support to the child, at home. Thus, values are imbibed by the tiny tots at home. The tiny tots learn by example and standards set by parents at home. Children give unconditional love. They truly symbolize Lord Krishna. In fact, there is a Krishna in every child. Children’s qualities such as inner purity, simplicity, innocence and love and a sense of belonging distinguish their behaviour from adults.

The transition from a home environment to a school surrounding is imperative for the child. Education in India has become so competitive that nowadays it is common for children at the age of three years to be put in play school. Its advantages are multi-fold:

* The child learns to stay for a few hours away from parents and loved ones. In turn, parents find extra time to attend to other work.

* The child learns to mingle with other children and gains a new sense of belonging with friends of the same age in play school.

* The child learns to share toys with other children. This is especially very beneficial for a child with no siblings.

* A child is generally highly energetic and very fidgety and gets distracted easily. At play school, the child is trained to acquire and inculcates a longer time span of attention.

Useful Tips for Parents to Prepare their Children for Admission to Play School

1. Children must be able to wish and say their names to the interviewers.
2. They must know and be able to recite simple nursery rhymes, say letters of the English alphabet from A to Z and numbers say up to 20.
3. They must be able to identify colours, simple fruits and vegetables, and basic shapes like circle and square.
4. Children may be asked to identify common vehicles like car, bus, helicopter, aeroplane, ship, and common animals like elephant, dog, cat, monkey, horse, etc.

5. The child may be interviewed in front of the parents in schools. Parents should not prompt the child to answer any question. Doing this might disqualify the child for admission.

6. Teach your child not to interrupt when you are speaking and await their turn to speak.

7. Teach a child to say thank you by having them hear you say it. No matter how young they are, never forget to say thank you to them each time they give you something, even if it is their bottle. Children copy what they see and hear so make it a point to always use those words.

8. Teach them not to touch things that are on tables, either in your home or when visiting. Explain that they can look, but not touch!

9. Teach your child to be polite and that it is not proper to point or to stare at others who might be of a different religion or colour.

10. Children should be dressed neatly and must be trained in matters regarding personal hygiene. For example, children must use their own handkerchief. Parents must avoid using their handkerchief to wipe their child’s nose.

At home, while preparing the child for the above questions, the parents would do well to praise the child adequately for any correct answer so that it serves as a motivation for the child. However, the parents must also desist from scolding or beating the child in order to get the right answer.

The personality of the child also plays a significant role in the interview. Some children, being bold, answer very confidently; while others may be tongue-tied; still other children may show no interest in answering the questions. Efforts must be made by parents to identify the second and third types of children and remedial measures must be taken by parents by their behaviour and attitude towards their children, to set this right much before hand.

Because of the rat race, admission to a good school is a very important task for the parents and many of them take it as a burden in addition to their professional duties and household work. It must be remembered that a good school facilitates character building and inculcating ethical conduct, in addition to providing quality education.

Anup Y Attavar

B. E. Mech (COEP), 
P.G.D - International Trade (IIFT, New Delhi)
Connecting Indians
Alumnus – Loyola High School, Pune, India
Special Correspondent (Western India): Dwarka Parichay – Newspaper
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Monday, November 27, 2017

लोकतंत्र का पांचवां स्तम्भ है यूथ: एसएस डोगरा


मेरठ। आईआईएमटी विश्वविद्यालय के पत्रकारिता एवं जनसंचार काॅलेज में सोमवार को ”मीडिया संसार और पांचवां स्तम्भ” विषय पर कार्यशाला आयोजित की गई। साहित्यकार, लेखक, निर्देशक, पत्रकार एसएस डोगरा ने कार्यशाला में विद्यार्थियों को फिल्म, रेडिया, प्रिन्ट मीडिया समेत अन्य आयामों की बारीकी से जानकारी दी। एसएस डोगरा द्वारा निर्देशित शॉर्ट फिल्म लाईब्रेरी भी विद्यार्थियों को दिखाई गई। इस फिल्म के संदेश से विद्यार्थियों को किताबों से सपने सच करने की प्रेरणा मिली। फिल्म में मुख्य भूमिका अदा करने वाली अभिनेत्री और निर्देशिका  जिज्ञासा यदुवंशी भी कार्यशाला में उपस्थित रहीं। जिज्ञासा यदुवंशी ने फिल्मी दुनिया से विद्यार्थियों को रूबरू कराया। उन्होंने एंकरिंग के टिप्स भी विद्यार्थियों को दिए। कहा कि इस दूनिया में सोचा हुआ पाना मुश्किल हो सकता है नामुमकिन नहीं। सपने देखो और उन्हें सच करने के लिए आगे बढ़ो।

एसएस डोगरा ने लोकतंत्र के चार स्तम्भों कार्यपालिका, विधायिका, न्यायपालिका और मीडिया के अलावा पांचवा स्तम्भ यूथ को बताया। उन्होंने कहा कि यूथ में वो ताकत है जो असंभव को भी संभव कर सके। एसएस डोगरा ने विद्यार्थियों को सफलता पाने के भी टिप्स दिए। उन्होंने उद्देश्य, विजन, व्यवहार, कार्यकुशलता और मूल्यों को सफलता के लिए आवश्यक बताया। एसएस डोगरा ने कहा कि मानवीयता, देश प्रेम, सहकारिता, जुनून, रचनात्मकता, नए विचार, सामाजिक एवं आर्थिक विकास, खेल भावना, नैतिक मूल्यों और भारतीय परम्परागत मूल्यों को रोपने से यूथ अधिक ऊर्जावान और शक्तिशाली हो सकते हैं।


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कार्यक्रम के समापन पर डीन डाॅ. सचिन बत्रा और विभागाध्यक्ष डाॅ. नरेन्द्र मिश्रा ने एसएस डोगरा और जिज्ञासा यदुवंशी का आभार व्यक्त करते हुए व्याख्यान को पत्रकारिता के विद्यार्थियों के लिए लाभकारी बताया। काॅलेज की ओर से प्रतीक चिन्ह देकर अतिथियों को सम्मानित किया गया। इस दौरान शिक्षक बीनम यादव, संजीब कुमार मिश्रा, मोहन मिश्रा और विशाल शर्मा उपस्थित रहे। 

Annual day of Shri Sathya Sai Sanstha


Shri Sathya Sai Sanstha celebrated their Annual Day Program on 26th November, 2017 at Shanti Garden Banquet Hall, Sector 3, Dwarka. The program began with light lamping by guest Jagmohan Singh, Secretary of Dwarka Court and other Sai sanstha volunteers and members. It started with dance performance and followed by other talent shows, Yoga dance, sai bhajans and prize distribution by Bharat Gupta, Jagmohan Singh, volunteers, teachers and members of Sai Sanstha.

Bharat Gupta, Organiser of Sai Sanstha says, “In this Sanstha children from Matiala village and other neighbouring societies come to learn Yoga and study without any cost. Also the organization takes the children for picnic once in a year as per children’s choice. The teachers from the organization come forward to distribute blankets to the needy this winter. Sanstha also distributes ration to the poor and provides service for eye cataract operations free of cost. Our volunteers and teachers are doing a good job and our yoga teacher Manmohan Gupta is also teaching yoga with full perfection and dedication to our children.”

“Every Sunday from 8:30am to 11:30am at Shanti Garden Banquet members of sai sanstha from age 10 to 18 years come to learn Yoga,” said Silver Medalist (North India) Manmohan Gupta. We got children together to perform Dance and Yoga dance where every child enjoyed to the fullest. I also prepare the students for Yoga competitions by teaching aasans perfectly with proper guidance.” Jagmohan Singh appreciated and encouraged the children and also distributed prizes to the children.

आशावादी सोच के प्रखर प्रहरी साहित्यकार थे स्वर्गीय हरिवंशराय बच्चन: दयानंद वत्स


अखिल भारतीय स्वतंत्र पत्रकार एवं लेखक संघ के तत्वावधान में संघ के राष्ट्रीय महासचिव दयानंद वत्स की अध्यक्षता में आज उत्तर पश्चिम दिल्ली स्थित मुख्यालय बरवाला में प्रख्यात हिंदी कवि, लेखक, साहित्यकार और.शिक्षाविद् , पूर्व राज्यसभा सांसद स्वर्गीय श्री हरिवंशराय बच्चन.की 110 वीं.जयंती सादगी और श्रद्धा पूर्वक मनाई गई। श्री दयानंद वत्स ने बच्चन जी के चित्र पर माल्यार्पण कर उन्हें कृतज्ञ राष्ट्र की ओर से अपनी भावभीनी श्रद्धांजलि अर्पित की। अपने संबोधन में श्री वत्स ने कहा कि हरिवंशराय जी आशावादी सोच के प्रखर प्रहरी साहित्यकार थे। उनकी रचनाओं में मानवीय संवेदनाओं का इंद्रधनुष नजर आता है। बच्चन जी की मधुशाला हिंदी काव्य जगत की कालजयी कृति है। उनकी काव्यकृति मधुकलश, निशा निमंत्रण, हलाहल, उमर खय्याम की रुबाइयां भी पाठकों का ध्यान आकर्षित करती हैं। दो चट्टानें के लिए उन्हें साहित्य अकादमी पुरस्कार तदनंतर उन्हें सोवियत लैंड पुरस्कार, बिरला फाउंडेशन का सरस्वती सम्मान से सम्मानित किया गया। सरकार द्वारा भी उनकी साहित्य ओर.शिक्षा के क्षेत्र में की गई सेवाओं के लिए पद्षम भूषण से अलंकृत किया।

Happy Birthday- Bappi Lahiri


Sunday, November 26, 2017

राष्ट्रीय दुग्ध दिवस पर श्वेत क्रांति के जनक डॉ. वर्गीज कुरियन को भावभीनी श्रद्धांजलि अर्पित

आदर्श ग्रामीण समाज दिल्ली एवं अखिल भारतीय स्वतंत्र पत्रकार एवं लेखक संघ के संयुक्त तत्वावधान में आज संघ के राष्ट्रीय महासचिव दयानंद वत्स की अध्यक्षता में संघ के उत्तर पश्चिम दिल्ली स्थित मुख्यालय बरवाला में सहकारिता आंदोलन के शिखर पुरुष डॉ. वर्गीज कुरियन की 96वीं जयंती राष्ट्रीय दुग्ध दिवस के रुप में सादगी और श्रद्धा पूर्वक मनाई गई। श्री दयानंद वत्स ने डॉ. कुरियन के चित्र पर माल्यार्पण कर उन्हें कृतज्ञ राष्ट्र की ओर से अपनी भावभीनी श्रद्धांजलि की। अपने संबोधन में श्री वत्स ने कहा कि डॉ. वर्गीज कुरियन भारत में श्वेत क्रांति के जनक थे।

उन्होंने भारत में डेयरी उद्योग की स्थापना कर लाखों कृषि आधारित लोगों को रोजगार के अवसर प्रदान किए। दुग्ध उत्पादन में आज भारत की आत्मनिर्भरता का श्रेय डॉ. कुरियन को ही जाता है। उनका सादगी भरा व्यक्तित्व ओर कर्मप्रधान कृतित्व हमारी युवा पीढी के लिए हमेशा प्रेरणास्रोत बना रहेगा। आज उनके ही अथक संघर्षों की बदौलत अमूल दूध पीता है इंडिया।

एस.एस.डोगरा मेरठ साहित्य रत्न से सम्मानित


(द्वारका परिचय न्यूज डेस्क)
26नवम्बर, 2017: मेरठ:तीन दिवसीय मेरठ साहित्य महोत्सव के अंतिम दिन देश-विदेशों से आए सैकड़ों साहित्यकारों, कवियों, शायरों, पत्रकारों, फिल्मकारों, नाटककारों, समाज सेवियों को समाज में उल्लेखनीय योगदान के लिए क्रान्तिधारा ग्रीन केयर सोसायटी एवं आईआईएमटी यूनिवर्सिटी ने संयुक्त रूप से सम्मानित किया।

इसी कड़ी में भारत की राजधानी दिल्ली से विशेष रूप से आमंत्रित वरिष्ठ पत्रकार, लेखक एवं फिल्मकार एस.एस.डोगरा को भी २५ वर्षों से अधिक सक्रिय पत्रकारिकता एवं हाल ही में उनके द्वारा अंग्रेजी में लिखी किताब "मीडिया कैन डू वंडर्स इन स्टूडेंट्स लाइफ़" तथा पूरे देश के विभिन्न प्रांतों में १५० से अधिक मीडिया कार्यशालाएं एवं तीन बाल फिल्म महोत्सव आयोजित करवाने के लिए मेरठ साहित्य रत्न से नवाजा गया।

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गौरतलब है कि मैप्पल प्रकाशन द्वारा प्रकाशित डोगरा जी की मीडिया पर लिखी उक्त पुस्तक अमेज़न, फ्लिपकार्ट,स्नैडील,पेटीएम तथा प्बलिशिंग डॉट कॉम पर आनलाइन उपलब्ध है जिसे आसानी से घर बैठे प्राप्त किया जा सकता है। इसी साहित्य महोत्सव में नेपाल के वरिष्ठ साहित्यकार राजेंद्र जी ने डोगरा जी की मीडिया वाली किताब को नेपाली भाषा में अनुवादित एवं प्रकाशित करने का वादा भी किया ताकि नेपाली विधार्थी भी मीडिया में पढ़ाई एवं कैरियर बनाने में इस अनुभव का लाभान्वित हो सकें।

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