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HAPPY TEACHERS'.DAY TO ALL THE HEADS & TEACHERS

Dear BLCET Principals and Teachers

 
Let me convey to You , my personal greetings and best wishes on the Teachers’ Day.
 
 
We are proud of your dedication to the profession and for the personal sacrifices you make to teach our children. We know that you take this responsibility seriously —that you see it as sacred trust. We want to remind you that all our Parents, Students and the Society at large deeply appreciate your commitment to teaching and to the children. There is no substitute for Education. Firstly, because it’s the most precious gift we can give our children. Secondly, because it’s the most critical investment in our future. And thirdly, because it’s the most effective strategy , which will enable us to survive and to thrive in a changing world .
 
 
 
We sincerely wish all of you a Very Happy Teachers Day .
 
 
 
With Warm Regards,
 
 
Jagdish Shukla
President
The Baroda Lions Club Education Trust
 
HEALTH CARE OF THE STAFF

Health Care of all the Staff is a major concern. Blood Sugar and Blood Pressure of 500 + Staff was conducted and recorded.  This excercise will be analyzed by a team of expert doctors who will give appropriate counselling to the staff.

MAHATMA GANDHI - FATHER OF THE NATION

A NATION CAN BECOME CLEAN ONLY WHEN IT IS CLEAN FROM POLLUTION, CORRUPTION AND GARBAGE ON ROADSIDE OR NEIGHBOURHOOD.

 

THE MEANING OF CLEANLINESS HAS BROADENED WITH EACH PASSING YEAR AND IT HENCE BECOMES IMPERATIVE TO IMBIBE IN OURSELVES AND PASS ON TO THE GENERATIONS TO COME !!!

USE OF THEATRE IN CLASSROOM

A workshop on "Use of Theatre in the Classroom" for the preprimary teachers was conducted by Dr. Asha Singh - Lady Irwin College New Delhi.

HEALTHY AND HYGIENE ENVIRONMENT

It is a challenge to maintain Healthy and Hygienic Environment in the process of cooking and distribution.  this year Dr. Mini Seth wa invited to conduct and Interactive Session with the staff associated with procuring, preparing, distributing cleaning up of the refreshment.  She provided relevant tips and procedures to be followed .  It was found wonderful and appreciates by all.

SPECIALIZED WORKSHOPS

Specialized workshops for enhancement of language skills was takne up at the schools under the mentorship of trained teachers and the prinicpals of the school.  Enhancement of Gujarati Language "BHASAH SUDHI" was conducted by Dr. Darshana Dadawala from the M.S. University of Baroda.  A Sanskrit workshp was conducted by Dr. harish Vyas from the M.S.University of Baroda.  All these interactive sessions were aimed to improve communication skills.

 

the need to identify and enhance skills of supervision was felt for which a Workshop for Supervisors was conducted.  Dr. Sujata Srivastava conducted this workshop which was attended by the Principals, Supervisors and Senior teachers of BHSs and BLS.

ORIENTATION PROGRAMME FOR NEWLY RECRUITED STAFF

Orientation for teacher staff of all Baroda High Schools at the entry point alongwith more intensive INDUCTION PROGRAMME in the respective schools, was organised and conducted in the onset of the Academic Year 2015-16.

Subject Workshops were conducted by Subject Experts identified from various Baroda High Schools. Teachers shared unique Teaching Techniques and Strategies used in the classroom on selected content.

Republic Day Celebrations on the 26th January

he Constitution was adopted by the India Constituent Assembly on 26 November 1949, and came into effect on 26 January 1950 with a democratic government system, completing the country's transition toward becoming an independent republic. 26 January was selected for this purpose because it was this day in 1930 when the Declaration of Indian Independence (Purna Swaraj) was proclaimed by the Indian National Congress.

It is one of three national holidays in India, the other two being Independence Day and Gandhi Jayanti.

The main Republic Day celebration is held in the national capital, New Delhi, at the Rajpath before the President of India. On this day, ceremonious parades take place at the Rajpath, which are performed as a tribute to India.

Youth Day on 12th January

Since 1985, India annually observes 'National Youth Day' on January 12, on the day of the social reformer, philosopher and great thinker Swami Vivekananda's birth anniversary. In 1984, it was declared by the Government of India, that 12th Jan will be observed as National Youth Day.

Many activities are organised on The National Youth Day in schools and colleges, all across India including, speeches, youth conventions, youth fests, seminars,Yogasanas, recitations, presentations, competitions, surya namaskar, yoga, sports and music events.  Teachers tell students about the teachings of Swami Vivekananda, in a hope to impart them moral values and enlightenment. 

 

Significance of Makarsankranti

Makar Sankranti, also known as the Kite festival, is a popular Hindu festival. It is known as Maghi in Punjab. In Uttar Pradesh, the festival is known as ‘Khichiri’. In Gujarat and Rajasthan, the festival is known as Uttarayan.

Makar Sankranti is observed to celebrate the transition of sun into the zodiac house of Capricorn. The Hindi version of Capricorn is “Makara”. Hence this day is known as “Makar Sankranti”. Sun God is worshiped at many places.

Celebration: Makar Sankranti is generally celebrated a day after the Lohri fesitval. It is generally celebrated on 14th day of January every year.

  • It is extensively celebrated in different parts of India.
  • People wear new clothes and distribute sweets.
  • People take holy bath on this day.
  • Fairs (melas) are held in many cities.
  • World famous Kumbh mela is held every 12 years in the holy places.
  • People make sweets of sesame seeds (til). Semame sweets are traditionally consumed in India. It is very tasty and helps us to maintain good health.
  • Importance: 
  • The festival of Makar Sankranti is very important because it refers to the transition of sun into the zodiac house of Capricorn.
  • Makar Sankranti promotes a feeling of sense of unity among peoples.
  • People forget their past grievances and forgive one another.
  • Since it is a harvest festival, it is of utmost importance for the farmers.
 
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Significance of Makarsankranti
Youth Day on 12th January
Republic Day Celebrations on the 26th January
ORIENTATION PROGRAMME FOR NEWLY RECRUITED STAFF
SPECIALIZED WORKSHOPS
HEALTH CARE OF THE STAFF
USE OF THEATRE IN CLASSROOM
MAHATMA GANDHI - FATHER OF THE NATION
HAPPY TEACHERS'.DAY TO ALL THE HEADS & TEACHERS
HEALTHY AND HYGIENE ENVIRONMENT
 
 
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