JAMMU, July 7: While the world is groping for ways to deal with the COVID-19 situation and the ensuing negativity, a unique initiative was taken in Jammu by opening first-ever Superpositivity Club at Model Academy.
The club has been created by Vickrant Mahajan, the author of Superpositivity, and is being promoted by the Superpositivity Movement. Membership for the Club is free, and the only requirement is that members refrain from all negative talk and actions.
Speaking on the occasion, Vickrant said, “Superpositivity Club is an inspirational non-profit club that can be formed at any educational, corporate, public and social institution or by an independent group of conscientious individuals anywhere in the world. It is an assembly of people driven to enrich themselves and the world through their positive energy who meet at least once every week, whether physically or virtually, and share the most uplifting developments in their life and in the world.”
Dr Adit Gupta, Director MIER, shared his own experience of dealing with the unprecedented challenge that COVID-19 has placed upon school systems all over the world. He said, “Every institution is dealing with humongous levels of negativity nowadays. Even small children have started complaining of depression and anxiety. With a platform like Superpositivity Club, we can train our educators and learners alike to focus on infinite solutions and endless possibilities of every situation in life and to overcome every challenge superpositively.”
Pramod Srivastava, Principal of Model Academy said, “Ours is one of the oldest schools in Jammu, and by opening a Superpositivity Club, we are demonstrating that we are willing to invest our time and energy in the holistic development of our students rather than just in their academic performance.”
After Jammu, Superpositivity Clubs are slated to open next week at Billabong International High School Thane, St John’s School Abu Road and DPS Ghaziabad Vasundhara.