Sunday, 23 October 2016

Workshop on Employability Skills through Life Skill Approaches.

A 5 day workshop on Employability Skills through Life Skill Approaches organized by RGNYID RC, Chandigarh started at Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalya, Sonipat, Haryana with full zeal and enthusiasm. Prof. Asha Kadyan, Honorable Vice Chancellor, BPS University, Dr. Sushma Joshi, NSS Coordinator, BPS University, Ms. Amanpreet Kaur, Sr. Training Coordinator, RGNIYD, Regional Centre, Chandigarh and other staff members of the University were present at the inaugural ceremony of the training programme.

In the welcome address Dr. Sushma Joshi mentioned the importance of organizing training programmes for the students to hone their employability skills. She further mentioned the achievements of NSS Volunteers in BPS University and appreciated the efforts made by RGNIYD, Regional Centre, Chandigarh for giving such opportunity to the students with which they can grow in their personal as well as professional life. 

RGNIYD Regional Centre, Chandigarh concluded a 5-day International Training of Trainer on Youth and Peace Building

RGNIYD Regional Centre, Chandigarh concluded a 5-day International Training of Trainer on Youth and Peace Building in collaboration with CYPAN and YFPI to develop the competencies of Youth Ambassadors of Peace to deal with the conflict situation effectively.

The training programme was full of experience sharing, knowledge giving and analyzing the conflict situations and then act upon them actually to build a culture of peace across the globe. Maj. Gen. Dilawar Singh, Director General, NYKS, GoI was the chief guest at the closing ceremony of the training.

5-day workshop on Sports for Development & Peace organized by RGNIYD

The 5-day workshop on Sports for Development & Peace organized by RGNIYD RC, Chandigarh was concluded on 19th October, 2016 at YFC, Rurkan Kalan, Punjab in the presence of our esteemed Chief Guest Mr. Gurmangal Das, President YFC. Mr. Das appreciated the efforts made by RGNIYD in taking a step ahead to incorporate sports as an approach for holistic development of youth .

The workshop promoted sport in a systematic and coherent way as a means to contribute to the achievement of development and peace and witnessed the participation of 50 young participants from various parts of Punjab. This workshop fostered tolerance, mutual understanding and peace and contributed towards social inclusion and equality through various games & team building activities. The participants thoroughly enjoyed the process of learning various life skills through games & practical interventions.

Workshop on Leadership & Advocacy at BPIBS, New Delhi

RGNIYD RC Chandigarh’s 5-Day workshop on Leadership and Advocacy in collaboration with Bhai Parmanand Institute of Business Studies, Shakarpur, New Delhi, was successfully concluded on 21st October, 2016. This training program benefits emerging, high potential youth leaders who want to enhance key managerial and leadership competencies in order to achieve outstanding results. Leaders have an important role within an organisation related to its success, productivity and the performance of the employees. The ‘fundamental task of a leader is to build and maintain a high performing team’. Once you develop your ‘seeing’ skills then you develop the skills that make things happen, get things unstuck, move things forward. You can look at creating a vision, motivating and inspiring others, setting clear agendas and supporting those who need to help make your vision become a reality. 

The workshop pushed each and every participant to gain a rigorous personal insight into what makes them tick and then, with that understanding of themselves, to stretch their ‘comfort zones’ into new and challenging territory. Coupled with this we focus on their ability to see what's going on. This is the one essential quality that anyone in any position of leadership must develop. Whether you're running a company, running an institution or running a home, you can't excel unless you can see things from all points of view. The students developed a sense of confidence and belief in themselves and their ideas during these five days. Their confidence will allow them to be challenged without feeling minimized and to embrace ambiguity. Students developed a comprehensive set of practical skills and tools to rely on through leadership practice. Such skills and tools include time management, meeting management and agenda setting, group dynamics and team building.