Principal of Doon Public School Mrs. Rajani Mitra attending Skill Education workshop organized for Principals of all CBSE schools of Gwalior. Resource persons being Mr. RP Singh, Joint Secretary, Skill Education, CBSE and Ms. Neha Sharma, CBSE City Coordinator.
Educators Laiqa Naz Quereshi, Payal Bhiryani and Shalini Naharas attending training program on ‘Innovation in the field of Education’ organized by CBSE through Hubs Of Learning in association with Aurobindo Society.
One of the topics of current interest in school education fraternity ‘Mind Mapping’ everyone tried to get their heads around. Teachers were benefited significantly as this gentleman shed light upon how one concept could be linked to another, and another, and another, thus offering complete knowledge to the child.
Mrs. T Uma Maheshwari from Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, who is also a meditation trainer at Heartfulness Institute, had a session with teachers this morning at Doon Yoga Center on ‘Dhyaana,’ expounding and illustrating it’s practice and benefits.
Periodic Tests, Pre-Boards, Practicals and then Final Board Exams, the battle all the Class X students are up against is just around the corner. Expert Chandan Somani giving tips to students of Doon on how to get rid of ‘Exam-Fear.’
An upward trend in freelancing photography has rolled out a world of opportunities for youngsters of today’s generation, and not just that, it means serious business as there is a lot of money involved. Students of Class VI at Doon attending a photography workshop to stay abreast with the booming creative industries
Senior representative Mrs. Sumathi K Naidu of national level association Indian Principals’ Network came down to Doon from New Delhi to conduct a career counseling workshop for students of Classes XI and XII. Students were benefited from her guidance in a meaningful way as she gave everyone a direction and baseline. She rightly pointed towards the fact that if you have got necessarily set of skills to do what’s needed to be done, then a barrage of opportunities will open up your way.
Workshop conducted for students of Classes IX and X on Exam Stress. Apt at the juncture when students are halfway through to promotions, Speaker Javed Khan motivated the students with tips on how to ride the wave of exams, instead of getting crushed by it. Students learned how to leverage sample papers and how to manage time effectively. Influx of insights was encountered by students of Doon.
Seminar organized by the Traffic Police Department at Doon for students to raise awareness around road safety and traffic rules. Officer Shashikant Tiwari ran everyone through important details. It came as an eye-opener to students who are at a crucial age of their lives and are going to be spending more time on roads in the future driving and riding.
Senior reporter from Times Of India Niharika Parashar threw a seminar to students of Class VII at Doon today touching upon aspects of Media that usually remain unraveled. She offered some amazing insights into how the trends in the media sector are changing rapidly and how print media has somehow maintained it’s consistency.
Doon students of Class IX were thrilled to the magical feeling of visiting Gwalior’s first ever ISRO Space Exhibition held at MITS, Gwalior that witnessed some intriguing models and equipments presented under the aegis of Vikram Sarabhai Space Exhibition Program. Doon students were honored to receive a Seminar by Space Scientists present there who later on took the students around and explained components, working and use of Space-Science models. It worked a booster in raising awareness around
Congratulations to Doon students of class 3rd and 4th on securing a top position in the Sahodaya Inter School Puppet Show Competition. Kudos to the students of Doon who
Doon students attending a workshop by DRDE on ‘Science, as a way of life’ along with a couple of students from other schools.
There is a saying that “Without mathematics, there’s nothing you can do.” Students at Doon during a seminar by renowned Mathematician Mr. Ashok Jain.