3-day Bal Chetna Shivir concludes

Three day Bal Chetna Shivir (BCS) organised by Directorate of School Education

Three day Bal Chetna Shivir (BCS)  organised by Directorate of School Education in collaboration with Art of Living (AOL) in four Government schools of Jammu namely SRML Boys HSS Parade, Govt Girls Higher Secondary School Canal Road, Government Girls HSS Rehari and Govt Girls High School, City Chowk  concluded in Jammu today .

BCS is a programme designed by Sri Sri Ravi Shankarji, Founder AOL, for children that aim to help the students to rise to their potential through interactive games, creative assignments, group discussions and stress elimination techniques such as physical exercises, pranayama and meditation.

The teachers during the Shivar educated the students about moral values and ethics of life.

On the occasion, Arunima Sinha, J&K State Teachers’ Coordinator, Youth Leadership Training Programme (YLTP) of AOL said that the Bal Chetna Shivir would help the children in future, to be responsible citizens and successful individuals. The students were fully equipped with tools that help them to deal with adverse situations, break personal barriers and face life’s challenges with confidence, she added.

Arunima Sinha thanked the Director of School Education Ms Smita Sethi for extending their full cooperation in organising this programme.

 Speaking on the occasion, KC Khajuria, Principal, SRML Higher Secondary School Parade said that such programmes will inspire children to play their active part in nation building .

Subhash Sharma, senior AOL volunteer said that in such programmes, the children were urged to develop a sense of responsibility towards their families, the environment and society as a whole.