Tuesday, 23 August 2016

IAYP, India organized an Orientation Workshop for Jalandhar Sahodaya Independent Schools


Chandigarh, August 23, 2016: The International Award for Young People, India recently organized an orientation workshop for the principals and teachers of Jalandhar Independent Sahodaya Schools at Cambridge International School, Phagwara. The objective of the workshop was to introduce the Award Programme and its benefits to the principals and other teachers of these Sahodaya Schools.

The orientation witnessed 19 schools of Jalandhar area including Apex International Public Sr.Sec.School, Nakodar; Apple Orchard School, Phagwara; Bawa Lalwani Public School, Kapurthala; Cambridge International School, Nawanshahr,; Cambridge International School, Phagwara; Cambridge International School, Urban Estate, Jalandhar; Cambridge International School, Kapurthala; Delhi Public School, Jalandhar; DIPS, Jalandhar; Doaba Public Sr. Sec. School, Parowal;  DRV DAV Public School, Phillaur; IVY World School, Phagwara; Saffron Public School, Phagwara; Sanskriti KMV School, Jalandhar; SRT DAV Public School, Bilga; State Public School, Jalandhar Cantt and State Public School, Nakodar.

The orientation began with the introduction of the IAYP team by Mr. Jorawar Singh, Chairman,Jalandhar Independent Sahodaya Schools. This was followed by a brief session introducing the Award Programme, its philosophy, framework and benefits of the Award by Kapil Bhalla, National Director of IAYP. A thorough knowledge was provided by Bivujit Mukhoty, Programme Manager of IAYP India on the four domains of the Programme i.e. Skills, Service, Physical Recreation and Adventurous Journey and also the Residential Project.

Commenting on the workshop, Bivujit, said, “The orientation workshop is a first step in the IAYP Award Programme. We are glad that the workshop went well and imparted an outline of the programme and its benefits for young people to the principals and teachers of Jalandhar Independent Sahodaya Schools.”

The workshop delivered by Kapil Bhalla (National Director), Bivujit Mukhoty (Programme Manager) and Priyank Kumar Gupta (Head IT & ORB) included an interesting Q & A session. The workshop concluded with the experience shared by Gold Award Holder Gurkaran Singhfrom Cambridge International School, Phagwara.
Please Note: The Award Programme Foundation (APF) is a Registered Charitable Trust and is licensed to run The International Award for Young People (IAYP) in India by The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award International Association (IAA) based in London.

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