Thursday, April 18, 2013

Personality Development Camp

DSC04628Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti (VKAJ), Itanagar has organized five days Personality Development camp specially designed for the students of age12 to 18 from 24th to 28th March 2013 in VKV Chimpu for the students of Papum Pare district. In this camp various types of sessions conducted like Yogabhyas, Creativity session, Workshop and Tejas for School students. To develop the quality of life, Time management, Confidence, Leadership, Stress Management, Body fitness, mental alertness, etc. which gives an individual, good moral character, ethics to lead a successful life & develop leadership quality to be an Ideal human being, keeping these views a residential camp was arranged by VKAJ. Total of 64 students participated in Personality Development camp.
The Camp was introduced by Shri Taba Tatup, Prant Karyalaya Pramukh, SV-SSS. He spoke about how we should build personality through education and set an example for others to follow. Smti Toku Natung gave a lecture on “Patriotism in practical”. Shri K. Jaishankar, Teacher VKV Chimpu, took session about “Daily Routine”. He stated that how time is important for student’s life.
Shri Tara Dajam gave a lecture on the topic “Vivekananda Kendra in Arunachal Pradesh”. In his lecture he informed that Shri Eknathji Ranade established 07 VKV’S in Arunachal Pradesh in 1977 and at present this has reached 34 VKV’s spread all over Arunachal Pradesh. Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti has working in Arunachal Pradesh since 1993. Smt. Ganga Jerang, Teacher Govt. Middle School Niti Vihar, took a session about “Our Culture! Our Pride! Our Life! ”. She advised, it is our duty to preserve our culture in our day to day life.
Shri W. Lowang took a session on the topic of “Speciality of Arunachal Pradesh”.  Shri Ashok Atale, Nagar Sangathak of Vivekananda Kendra, Branch Itanagar spoke about “Karyakarata as a Leader”. “Ahuti Satra” was taken by Shri Rupesh Mathur, Pranta Sangathak of Vivekananda Kendra Arunachal Pradesh briefly explain constructive and meaningful life with the thought “THEY ALONE LIVE, WHO LIVES FOR OTHER, REST ARE MORE DEAD THAN ALIVE” and urge the camp participant at least to practice one or two activity that was taught in the five day camp to improve oneself, and for the development of the Nation.

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