SAATHI trains 3rd batch of students for Life Skills through digital platform

SAATHI organized the third batch of training on life skills for students of various Government Schools of Sikkim from 10th-12th September

SAATHI trains 3rd batch of students for Life Skills through digital platform

Gangtok, September 13: From 10th – 12th September 2020, SAATHI had organized the third batch of training on life skills for students of various Government Schools of Sikkim. A total of eight schools viz. Namthang Senior Secondary School, Biraspati Parsai Senior Secondary School, Namchi Girls Senior Secondary School, Burtuk Secondary School, Mamring Senior Secondary School, Melli Senior Secondary School, Mangan Senior Secondary School and Ranka Senior Secondary School attended the training through a digital platform.

Human beings are a complex mixture of knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviour. People constantly interact with other people, with their inner selves and with the environment as a whole. Thus, as children grow up into adolescence and adulthood they need to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable them to handle themselves and their environment successfully. The objective of this training program was to equip our students with certain life skills that enable them to cope with the demands of everyday life.

 

The training was started with an introduction round by SAATHI team and the sessions covered were Coping with emotion and stress by Counseling Psychologist Mr. Pragyan Deep Dewan. Mr. Prashant Sharma,  Coordinator, Sikkim Drug Users Forum shared his experience on Real-life Experience & Personnel Experience related to substance abuse. Dr. Satyadeep S.Chhetri, Professor,NB Bhandari Degree College counselled students on various career aspects and how to choose relevant subjects. Mr. Manorath Dahal, Professor & HOD Department of Social Sciences SCERT, Govt. of Sikkim provided information on Effective Communication Skills & Time Management. Research Scholar & Counselling Psychologist Ms. Roshni Chhetri explained on Interpersonal Relationship and Teamwork. and Mrs. Pragya Parameeta (Advocate & Cofounder The Accelerator and North Eastern Himalayan News Service) guided students on Awareness and usage of Social Media as well as on child molestation.

 

The training was concluded with feedback send through Google form and e-certificates were provided to the students.

Via Press Release by SAATHI

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