Freshers Party

Continuing with the proud   tradition of the college, senior students of B.Ed  and  freshers of the college intermingled with each other at Fresher’s Party “AAGAAJ ” held on 2nd October 2019 in college campus Kamal Institute Of Higher Education And Advance Technology (KIHEAT. It was really fun filled event where  freshers got an opportunity to showcase their talents along with interaction with their seniors. The fresher’s day was filled with excitement, joy, music, enthusiasm, laughter and happiness. The dresscode for the fresher’s day was “dress your best”.
The event  started at sharp 1030 hour at the Auditorium  with lamp lightening by the chief guest  Mr. Anil Sharma ,director of movie GADAR and many more dignitaries like Dr. Dhananjay Joshi  (dean,School of Education ,GGSIPU),  Prof M.C. Sharma ( ex director of IGNOU)Mr. Rohit  (fitness model ),  Mrs. Manisha (Fitness Model), Mr. V.P. Tondon , Mrs. Vandana Tondon , Harsh Tondon , , Mr. Tarun Bajaj ,.
This was followed by felicitation of  the Dignitaries. 
Event proceed  with ‘Ganesh Vandana’ which was performed by a group of students of first year. All the persons , present  took pledge of “swatch bharat “ on the occasion of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi,  recited by the principal  Dr Prity Srivastava  and others followed her. The second year students performed marvelous group dance and other cultural activities.. 
After this all the other participants of first year students  came up with their unique ramp walk in pairs. There were about 26 participants including 19 girls and7 boys. They
introduced themselves one by one in the allotted time which was 1 min per contestant. All
of them were impressive in their own way.This was followed by the talent hunt round where all the freshers showcased their varied talents with confidence. Some students performed dance, some songs, playing musical instrument  and some recite their poems. It was amazing to see all the freshers with that much confidence and enthusiasm. 
Later on, a documentary on all the movies of Mr. Anil Sharma was shown to all the members present there. At the end of the documentary Mr. Anil Sharma was invited on the stage to dance on one of the superhit song “Main nikla ho gaddileke” from his superhit movie Gadar. Without any hesitation he joined the seniors to dance on the stage.
After all this, the principal mam of KIHEAT beautifully recited a poem which covered the name of all the movies directed by Mr. Anil Sharma and he was amused to see all that.
Lastly ,results were declared and out of 26 contestants, 6 of them including 3 boys and 3 girls were finally selected for the final question-answer round. The jury asked some mind twisting questions and some of them were able to tackle them very well. This question round took place thrice. This was the final stage and after which all the 6 contestants were eagerly waiting to know the results.
Once the results were out, it was the stage of achievement for the contestants. The winners
of Mr. and Ms. Fresher were Rahul  Bhut and Priya Malhotra  respectively. All awards were given by the jury to the respective students, with the trophies to all, including sachets and gifts for Mr. and Ms. Fresher along with the trophies.The diginitaries Mr Anil Sharma , Dr M.C.Sharma and Dr Dhananjay Joshi addressed the gathering with their wise words.
Finally, the vote of thanks was given by the Principal Dr Priti Srivastava which was followed by lunch .
It was a mesmerizing evening, which ended up with DJ who played a wonderful blend of different foot tapping numbers. Students enjoyed at the dance floor and were also seen around the stalls arranged for snacks and refreshments. It was an amazing and a refreshing evening for the welcome of the new batch of the institution.The event’s grand success was the result of the hardwork of  Principal B.Ed.Department   of KIHEAT.

Workshop on “Upholding Ethics and Integrity”: My major takeaways

On 18th September 2019, a Workshop on “Upholding Ethics and Integrity” was conducted in ET Lab by the B.Ed department of KIHEAT, which was facilitated by Mrs. Preeti Sinha student councellor and personality trainer. She proved to be an excellent Counsellor and an experienced guide from the experiences she shared and the way she expressed herself as an active and lively speaker who held our attention for quite some time. The sessions were not at all boring. In fact, time flew so fast that, in the feedback form, I even mentioned that we needed extended sessions in such Workshops, so that we could learn more from skilled Counsellors like her. 
The major takeaways from the sessions were,
1.  How to make the classes more lively with different activities. I need to save these activities and research for more variety activities to make my classes more effective and lively in future when I become a teacher.
2.  The major ethical issues which today’s children face and tips to overcome them were discussed in detail, which helped me understand that these are the issues that I would have to face with my students. I would like to learn about more experiences and how they were effectively dealt with so that I don’t get panicked when faced with reality.
3.  Each and every person should be treated with so much respect. The way in which all my batchmates showed their talents by acting and speaking and also drawing showed me how gifted and different each person is. Through the Caricature Activity I understood that I need to do a thorough SWOT Analysis so as to highlight my best features.
4.  Moreover, I was amazed by the speech delivered by Charlie Chaplin to the soldiers. The funniest comedian of all times, who makes us laugh always, how powerfully he conveyed the message of how they should help each other and liberate the nation! It showed that each of us have that inner power, which can shake the world.
5.  Another tip I took was to keep myself updated about the circulars updated by CBSE. Being a prospective teacher, it is something which is very important.
6.  On the personal level, the major lesson I learned, and would like to put into practice is that I should learn to deliver my words effectively without the help of paper or chits. This was a tip given by Principal, Dr. Priti Srivastava at the last in her vote of thanks speech. 
To conclude, I am looking forward to the next Workshop, as the first Workshop was very interesting and the messages were effectively communicated. I would love to attend such workshops in the coming days, so as to sharpen my skills as a teacher and guide for our coming generation.

DIGITAL EDUCATION ICTs Initiatives in School and Teacher Education

A lecture was organised in Kamal Institute of higher Education on 20/12/18 at 10:30 am. It was a 2 hour lecture based on the different initiatives taken by government for enhancing ICT based education at school level. The program started with the facilitation of Dr Indu kumar ma’am by our principal ma’am Dr. Priti Srivastava. 
Indu ma’am started with a warm introduction and told us that she is heading NROER NCERT. She started with a small interaction with pupil teachers to know about our knowledge about ICT and ET(Educational technology). Then she moved on with her presentation where first slide she started with was EDUCATIONAL SCENARIO in India. Each slide was well designed as per her work, different maps, charts; tables, mind maps and various kin of digital resources were used. In the first slide she told us about No. of schools in India and No. of students enrolled in them and how quality of education is there in schools. Nearby 50% of schools in India are under ICT@Schools Scheme. In the next slide it was about the most primary and major discrimination which happens in India especially in the field of education and that is on the basis of GENDER. How gender effects the enrollment of students in the schools and also different of urban and rural area? Next she moved to the brief explanation of initiatives of government through a well designed chart.Starting from 1972 when ET scheme was launched then moving to 1983 INSAT and than in 1984 when class projects were launched by government, in 1986 NPE and after the huge difference of 6 years in 1992 NPA launched. Then after a huge gap in 2004 ICT@ School NME-ICT was started. Taking us through these years from past she took us to the present schemes launched, in 2017 SWAYAM MOOCs, SWAYAM prabha and in 2018 Samagra siksha National Digital Library. In the very next slide she gave us brief information about the envisions of Digital India Campaign 2015 in which Digital infrastructure, Governance and services on demand and Digital Empowerment of citizens were the main components. Then she briefed about some digital initiatives at national level such as DIKSHA, ICT curriculum, NROER which provide digital content for education at school level.
She then explained the Curriculum for ICT in Education. Major components she talked about were:-
• Connecting with world
• Possibilities in Education
• Interacting with ICT
• Creating with ICT
• Connecting with each other
• Reaching out to people
In next slide of her presentation she talked about an Application called PARAKH which is a mobile app to collect data/information for evaluating the use of ICT in govt and govt aided schools. And then Swayam site was discussed which is a anytime learning site.
Next to be discussed was different types of resources on NROER i.e:-
? Collections
? Images
? Videos
? Audios
? Documents
? Interactives
She also briefed about Resources available on e-pathshala i.e various e-books, epubs, audios, videos etc
During her lecture she made us famiiar with pro active participation of different states of India. She said that many states like Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra etc are the pro active states which are behaving positively towards ICT.

Enrichment Lecture Teaching skills and Feedback mechanism

On 4th February 2019 Kamal Institute of Higher Education and Advance Technology organised an extension lecture on the topic Teaching skills and Feedback mechanism by Prof. MC Sharma. As we are going to become a teacher so it is very important for us to develop various teaching skills in ourselves. We should also be aware with the feedback mechanism from the students as well as the teacher examinee.
In his lecture Sir covered all the aspects of teaching skills, he told us about what it is? And it’s types which includes
o Introduction to the lesson
o Question delivery and distribution
o Response management
o Explaining
o Illustrations with example related to real life or the environment and it should be relevant.
o Using teaching aids such as charts, models etc.
o Stimulus variation such as body movements, gestures
o Reinforcement by appreciating
o Use of black board which is very important and assignments
He makes us understand all these types with his real life experiences and examples. He has lot of experience in his field of teaching and examining. He shared all his techniques and thoughts which he has used being a student or being a interviewee. 
He then told us about the importance of feedback in teaching. It is one of the most important aspects of micro-teaching. It helps the teacher to do well in further similar situations, rectify their problem. Prof. MC Sharma shared many stories regarding the skills and feedback mechanism so that we can understand it completely.
The session was ended with the question answer round. Many students have some queries they asked and got the relevant answers. Overall the lecture was very helpful for us. We have learned a lot about how we can enhance our skills


As our education system depend on the globalisation so the before getting enrolled in any university one gets stuck with the questions like where do I study abroad? What do I want to study: Science, engineering, Business or Finance? How much money is required? What are the intakes available? And to answer all such questions A workshop on “Education in abroad” with the help of IELTS (The International English language testing System) was organised by the Kamal Institute of Higher Education & Advance technology on 7th sept. 2018. The workshop was taken by representatives of IDP (International Development Programme), a global leader in international education service.
They started the workshop with introduction of IDP, which helps an international student study in English speaking countries. They help students to get connected with the right course in the right institution and the right country. They also told us that they have been operating for close to 50 years and there are more than 38 universities in their programme.
They informed us that in order to enrol in any under graduate programme, post graduate programme or diploma one has to appear in IELTS, the world’s most popular high stakes English language proficiency test for study, work and migration. For diploma one has to score 6.5 out of 9 and for post graduation 7 out of 9. IDP helps to get admission in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, US and UK. 
First of all one is supposed to select the course and University then check the eligibility, if eligible appear for IELTS and   qualifying the exam. Get Your Test scores, also the statement of purpose, Letter of recommendation, academic transcript etc. Arrange your passport and visa well before the time of reporting. They informed us that Universities also provide financial supports like scholarships, grants, loans, Financial awards etc.
At the end of session they informed us that there is “IDP’s UK, US, CANADA AND NEW ZEALAND EDUCATION FAIR” on 22 September from 11 am to 5 pm at Hotel Le Meridien, Windsor Place, New Delhi and entry fee is applicable. Anyone can attend the fair and enhance their knowledge on studying in abroad and get the benefit.
The workshop was really helpful for all of us.


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