To attain humanity by rendering services to others as duty.
2018 – In Hooghly District
KAMARPUKUR NAYANTARA GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL
From 20th May to 26th May 2018 Humanity Development Training Programme was conducted at Kamarpukur Nayantara Girls’ High School in Block Goghat –II in Hooghly District. Total No of Participants was 360 from surrounding 5 schools, 2 Colleges under the University of Burdwan and 2 Teachers’ Training Colleges under West Bengal University of Teachers’ Training, Education Planning and Administration. Many eminent lecturers and guests attended this training like eminent writer and educationist Dr. Pranab Dalal, eminent writer and educationist Dr. P.C. Das, Prof. Dr. Falguni Gupta Majumder of Rabindra Mahavidyalaya, Champadanga, Swami Prabuddhananda, President of Ramkrishna Vivekananda Mission, Jayrambati, Sri Manas Majumder, MLA of Goghat Constituency.
4 days Humanity Development Training at Nibedita Sishu Tirtha at Gobardanga, N.24 Pgs, West Bengal.
An utmost important and essential part of education is to arouse holy consciousness in men. Humanity development training is an art of drawing humanity among children. It aims at moulding the character of the children and encompasses their physical, mental and spiritual development. It also makes the children aware about the society they live in, the critical understanding of men about women’s value as well as the total degradation of humanity.
The children are taught the qualities of a human being and how to assimilate them, agonies of childlabourers, beauty and dignity of women, influence of professional life on personal life, meditation, vadic prayer & inspiring songs, yogasana, karate, dance etc.
The training was conducted for 4 days from 22nd to 25th December, 2017 at Nibedita Sishu Tirtha in Gobardanga. In fact, it was designed for 3 days but the huge interest of the students compelled this training to extend for one more day. 100 students from Media Girls’ High School, Charghat Girls’ High School, Ichhapur MNGS Girls’ High School and Khantura Girls’ High School participated in this training.