Parental orientation on Trinity College London held at Jodhamal

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Feb 8: A parental orientation session was held at Jodhamal Public School to sensitize the parents and the students regarding the exams conducted by Trinity College London, which was established in 1877, the leading International Board established in 60 countries.
Resource Person, Ritika Ratna from Trinity College London took the session to make the parents understand as to how these exams help in building the confidence of the students.
“It is a global benchmark for Jodhamal Public School that it is able to introduce Trinity College London Examinations in Drama, Speech and Communication Skills at Jodhamal.
The Jodhamal students can now be assessed by an examiner from Trinity College London, United Kingdom and grade certificates will be awarded to successful candidates, showing their level of achievement as Pass, Merit or Distinction,” expressed an official from Management of Jodhamal School.
The organizers said that the biggest benefit of this programme will be eased shyness and stage fright, fluent Public speaking in English, stronger self belief, smarter inter-personal skills and sharper cognitive skills, adding that with these certificates, the entry to the prestigious Universities allover the globe also becomes easier, since it adds on to scores.
Ritika Ratna took two hours session with the parents to clear all the queries from parents.
School Principal, Trilok Singh Bist made it very clear to the parents that this is a voluntary activity and will be treated as part of extra-curriculum activity.
He said the next level of association with Trinity College, London will see three training sessions for the teachers of Jodhamal School to train them, to percolate down the same to the students.


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