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GCG-11 holds workshop at Tagore Theatre

Post Government College for Girls,Sector 11 on Monday organised a special workshop for faculty,students,parents and administrators,in collaboration with the department of higher education,at Tagore Theatre

Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh |
September 10, 2013 2:49:16 am

Post Government College for Girls,Sector 11 on Monday organised a special workshop for faculty,students,parents and administrators,in collaboration with the department of higher education,at Tagore Theatre.

Ashok Arora,author,activist and a former secretary of the Supreme Court Bar Association addressed the gathering,based on his module,‘Five C Programme’. The basic premises of Arora’s presentation was his five C’s,which included celebration,complete health and personality,communication skills,calm nature and confidence.

The programme was divided into two sessions. The pre-lunch session was with the teaching faculty,students and parents and the post-lunch session was held with the faculty and administrators. Arora reflected upon the various facets of human personality and development,and focused on the growing stress in the contemporary world and the ways and means to handle it.

Education secretary V K Singh,Director Higher Education Gurpreet Kaur Sapra,and DPI(S) Upkar Singh were also present at the workshop.

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