International Yoga Day is observed every year on June 21st to raise awareness about the importance of Yoga. On this occasion Laureate Institution Of Education And Training, Bharari too organized an event in collaboration with Laureate Public School under the supervision of Principal Dr.Meera Singh(L.P.S)and Principal Dr.Kamaljit Kaur(L.I.E.T). The event began with a Pledge and then a brief introduction On Yoga by Pupil Teachers of B.Ed. 2nd Year, session 2021-2023(Ms. Eshna), then self-composed poem(Nitya Jo Karta Yog, Rahee Jiwan mein sadda Nirog) recited by (Rahul Dev) and a brief description( by Vivek Sharma) on the global celebration of Yog to be led by Hon’ble Prime Minister at U.N Headquarters NewYork and the National celebration to be led by Vice President Of India, Jagdeep Dhankar.The warm-up exercises were taken as well as sitting and standing asanas were performed and practiced under the supervision of Ms.Kiran Dharmani(L.P.S)and Dr.Usha Thakur(L.I.E.T) simultaneously the importance of these was also explained. All the staff members and students participated enthusiastically. The celebration concluded with the speech of our Honorable Secretary (Dr.Meera Singh)Laureate Society. She encouraged students to practice regular Yoga to remain fit and improve concentration.
Presentations on NEP 2020.(By the PupilTeachers of 4th sem 2023 .(on 6/6/2023). Exhibition on low-cost TLMs(like charts/working models etc( Prepared by Pupil Teachers of the 4th sem in a group)They not only explained the models but also talked about advantages, cost-effectiveness, a material used to prepare the themes.(on 7/6/23). Slogan writing/Poster making activity organized in small Groups on FLN.(on 9/6/2023).
The rangoli-making competition organized by House Wise depicting G20 themes.(on 13/6/2023). Screening of short film on FLN (On 14/6/23). Painting Exhibition organized on different themes.(Gender sensitization etc).(on 15/6/2023). All the activities were organized with maximum participation of the Teachers and Pupil Teachers
Activity: Chart making/Slogan writing/Poster making/Best Out Of Waste Venue: Activity Hall(L.l.E.T,Bharari,Shimla) Date: 05/06/23 World Environment Day is celebrated every year on 5th June to spread awareness about the need to protect our Environment.On the occasion of Environment Day House Wise competition was organised at L.I.E.T, Bharari, Shimla on 5th of June 2023 under the supervision of House Incharges and Principal of the lnstitute(Dr.Kamaljit Kaur).The Pupil Teachers of B.Ed.2nd year of all the houses prepared beautiful charts,posters and wrote catchy slogans depicting various themes also including this year’s theme #Beat The Plastic Pollution”Ecosystem Restoration”and beautiful things were also made by them from waste material. On this occasion the Pupil Teachers of B.Ed.lst year who are doing their One Month Internships in various schools too participated in the activities organized at their respective schools they even helped/guided the students of the schools in their performances and prepared them for various different activities as well as competition(Declamation,Quiz,Rangoli) organised at schools(especially at Bhont & Jakhoo school) and some participated in the rally organised by the schools to create awareness amongst the public regarding environmental Pollution and say no to plastic and save Environment).The Highlights are as follows:-
International Menstrual Hygiene Day is celebrated on 28th May every year to create awareness among people about the importance of good Menstrual health. But this year it’s a holiday it was celebrated on 31st May 2023 with this year’s theme being”Making Menstruation a Normal Fact of Life by 2030″. Although the programme was organised by ICDS under the Guidance of Mrs MamtaPaul (DPO, ICDS)as the Venue being L.I.E.T, Bharari the members of the Laureate Society and all the staff members of the Institute gave full support and left no stone unturned to make it successful. The Chief Guest for the programme was Mr Harish Jannartha(M.L.A.Shimla, Urban). The programme began with the inspection of Millet-based recipes prepared by ladies of Anganwàdi slogan writing&Painting on the above-mentioned theme prepared by the students of B.Ed.(L.I.E.T). The Chief Guest and Honorable Managing Director(Dr. Ran Singh)and Secretary Laureate Society(Dr. Meera Singh)and other dignitaries inspected the recipes, slogans, and paintings and appreciated the work of all the participants. Further, there was a Lightning up of the lamp by the Chief Guest and other dignitaries along with Saraswati Vandana sung by B.Ed.students. DPO(lCDS) Honoured the Chief Guest and shared the Highlights of the programme. The welcome address was delivered by the Hon’ble Managing Director(Dr. Ran Singh) Laureate Society and Secretary of the Laureate Society( Dr. Meera Singh) following the tradition to welcome the guest by presenting live plants welcomed the Chief Guest and all other dignitaries, Councillor Bharari Ward(Mrs. Meena Chauhan),(Dr. Ruchi Ramesh)Principal R.K.M.V college,(Dr. Amit) Associate Professor( IGMC ) (Prof.Reva )RKMV(Prof. Shambhu Sharma) and Principal L.I.E.T(Dr. Kamaljit Kaur). After that Movie “The Red Taboo” was shown to the students to make them aware of the myths and taboos in society on Menstrual based thoughts. The role play was very beautifully presented by the students depicting various aspects of menstruation. Students also participated in a Quiz competition organised by ICDS and conducted by (Dr Nitika Dharma, M.O). A skit depicting misconceptions about menstruation and a self-composed poem by Rahul Premi was also presented. A very beautiful Group song composed by (Mr Ankush)Assist Prof.(L.I.E.T, Music, Vocal)was also sung by students towards the end of the programme. Lastly, the keynote address was delivered by the Chief Guest he also appreciated the efforts of all and especially appreciated the presence and participation of the boys in the event. To motivate and appreciate the efforts of the students the prizes were also distributed in the end. The programme came to an end with a vote of thanks by Dr Meera Singh(Secretary Laureate Society)and the Delicious lunch served to all by the Management (Laureate Society)
As we all know that Baisakhi is the most awaited festival for North Indians as this festival is celebrated to mark the cutting of the winter crop. It is held on the 13th of April every year. It is celebrated in the whole of India by different names. Himachal Day is celebrated on 15th of April. It was on this day in 1971 that Himachal Pradesh became the 18th state of India. Keeping in mind the importance of both occasions a joint cultural program on Baisakhi as well as on Himachal Day was organized on the 13th of April, 2023 at L.I.E.T.Bharari, Shimla. Bhangra was presented by a group of girls and was the most cheered performance of the day. Also, a Punjabi folk song i.e. Tappe was performed as a group song by Pupil teachers. A speech highlighting the importance of the festival was given by Neha Sood. The celebration was marvelous and a memorable one for both the Teachers and Pupil Teachers as it was celebrated with great pomp and joy. Students participated in the folk dance of Himachal Pradesh i.e. Natti. A speech was also given by Lalita highlighting the importance of the day.
Activity: Poster/Chart MakingDate: 22/4/23 and 1/5/2023Venue: Activity Hall Earth Day is celebrated every year on 22nd April aiming to encourage everyone to save the environment, preserve it and stop it from degrading. In order to demonstrate support for environmental protection the students of B.Ed.lst year(Session-2022-24) of L.I.E.T, Bharari, Shimla-3 prepared beautiful posters depicting various themes and also this year’s(2023) theme “Invest In Our Planet” and took a pledge to preserve and conserve their self sustaining Planet. May lst is celebrated as International Labour Day or May Day. The primary objective is to recognize the hard work and dedication of the working class and create awareness about their rights and protect them from exploitation. ln order to recognize and applaud the contribution of the labourers the student of B.Ed. 1st year (Session-2022-24) enthusiastically made Charts depicting the theme”A safe and healthy working environment as a fundamental Principle and right at work”.On this occasion, the Principal of the institute Dr.Kamaljit Kaur praised the efforts of the students of all four houses(Aaman, Adarsh, Jyoti, Shakti).
The date of 7th April marks the anniversary of the founding of WHO in 1948. Every year on 7th April World Health Day is celebrated worldwide. This year also drew attention to specific health concerns under the theme of”international year of Millets” which was celebrated worldwide. A guest lecture was organized on the occasion of World Health Day at L.I.E.T, Bharari too for the students of B.Ed. 1st and 2nd year. Dr.Vijay Lakshmi was invited, who is the head of the health center at Bharari. She graced the function and very well delivered the key points on health concerns and emphasized adding millets in our day-to-day life to make ourselves healthy. All the staff members the Principal of the institute as well as students of both years attended the lecture. Students prepared charts too on this occasion and very keenly listened to her. A question answer session was also held after the session.At last Dr. Kamaljit Kaur Principal of L.I.E.T
Presented a vote of thanks. The Highlights are as follows.
The earthquake Mock drill was conducted at L.I.E.T, Bharari, Shimla in the morning at 10. A.M. on 13th April 2023 in order to motivate the students to ensure safety and preparedness during an earthquake. Madam Kiran Dharmani Vice Principal of Laureate Public School, Bharari, Shimla-3 demonstrated the steps involved in the Mock drill. The students of B.Ed. lst year and 2nd year participated in it.
Ambedkar Jayanti is an annual festival celebrated on 14th April every year, which is the birth anniversary of Dr.Bhim Rao Ambedkar who is also known as Baba Saheb Ambedkar and this day is also celebrated to honor his contribution and service to the country. The students of L.I.E.T. Bharari, Shimla celebrated 132 nd birth anniversary of the architect of the Indian constitution Dr.Bhim Rao Ambedkar ji under the supervision of Principal Dr. Kamaljit Kaur with traditional fervor and enthusiasm by paying tribute to him and remembering his teachings and contribution to the Indian society. The students through various cultural activities threw light on the achievements and teachings of Dr. Ambekar in the end Principal Madam appreciated the efforts of the students and the celebration came to an end.
Get Together for the batch of B.Ed. (2022-2024) was organized on 23/11/2022 at the Laureate Institute of Education And Training. The Party Began with lightning up of the lamp and Saraswati Vandana sang by a group of students and a ramp walk by all the Pupil Teachers. The other Highlights were Group dance, group and solo song, Shero Shayari, poetry recitation, games being played by all in small groups, etc. The party was graced up by the Presence of Dr.Ran Singh(Managing Director) of the Laureate Society, Dr. Meera Singh(Secretary) Laureate Society as well as (Principal L.I.E.T) Dr.Kamaljit Kaur and all the other staff members of the institute. After that everyone enjoyed starters and delicious lunch. lt was a lovely day and memorable one too. Here is a glimpse of the party:
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