DPS Jammu organizes workshop on ‘Stress Management’

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Oct 5: Delhi Public School, Jammu, organized a two-day workshop on “Stress Management” for CBSE Hub Schools of Jammu under its ‘Hubs of Learning’ Programme .
Resource Person for the workshop was Murlidhar Koteshwar, an IITian, who is a Senior Member Board of Trustees of Art of Living’s Educational Trust, Bengaluru, experienced in establishing more than 100 educational institutes pan India, a keynote speaker at several international seminars conducted in more than 150 countries.
Around 400 staff members of 5 CBSE schools, namely, DPS Nagbani, RRL High School, Tiny Scholars, Doon International School and DPS Jammu attended this workshop on October 4-5.
The Resource Person highlighted the key sources of stress and trained the audience, through several Yogic Kriyas and techniques to manage everyday stress. Through interesting interactive sessions, he touched upon the subtle and useful ways to tackle Physical, Mental, Emotional and Financial Stress effectively. He also encouraged the teachers to learn from the behavior of small children to manage stress effectively.
Director, DPS Schools, J&K, S S Sodhi exhorted the faculty to carry forward the torch of learning passed on by Muralidhar to the schools and implement the teaching in their everyday life.
Earlier, the tiny toddlers of the school presented a commemorative musical recital ‘Mohan Se Mahatma Takk’, dedicated to 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
Principal, DPS Jammu, Ruchi Chhabra presented welcome address and expressed the need for educators to be more grounded and strong enough to face day to day challenges effectively. Headmistress Meenu Gupta also addressed the gathering. The programme came to an end with the instrumental National Anthem.
Also present on the occasion were R K Verma-Principal, DPS Nagbani, Anita Wazir-Principal, RRL High School and staff & management of different CBSE Hub Schools.
President RCT, Ajatshatru Singh and PVC Ritu Singh hoped that torch of knowledge would continue to be passed on to all schools.