Various cultural and literary activities for pupil teacher are organized to provide them with practical experience of
organizing such activities.
These programmes also help to promote national integration and communal harmony among the participants.
The list of the activities is as follows:
Special assemblies are regularly organized by the students under the guidance of faculty members. They perform on the central stage which enhances the knowledge and all round development. The main aim is to channelise the energy for total personality development, build up the confidence and motivate the power of oration and compering. A variety of items on Independence Day, Republic Day, Teachers Day, and Children’s Day have been organized in the institute to enhance their inner strength.
Meditation is the source of real rest though navigation negative tendencies vanish and mind becomes steady with which one enjoys perfect harmony, undisturbed happiness and abiding peace. Prayer is one of the sources of meditation which gives wonderful strength and consolation.
MUSIC & DANCE
Music is a source of entertainment and it gives peace to the soul. To keep this in mind, we organize special Music & Dance Competitions to make our teacher trainees energetic & enthusiastic.
MEHENDI & RANGOLI
Mehendi & Rangoli are integral part of Indian Culture which spreads the colours of joy & happiness in the hearts of people. To train the teacher trainees that how can they incorporate the Indian Cultural Heritage and the traditions, Mehendi & Rangoli competitions are conducted.
A Teacher is someone who teaches something. In this broad sense any living or non living thing, which teaches us something becomes our teacher. Our institute provide teacher trainees sports facilities which helps them to participate in activities and prepare for the future. It increases their ability to perform at optimum academic levels and develop into a well-rounded teacher. Where else it also makes them learn values like discipline, responsibility, self-confidence, sacrifice, and accountability.
VALUE BASED EDUCATION
The Phrase 'Value Based Education', in wide use in present times comes closest in meaning to the Sanskrit word 'Vidya' as it was used by the Gurus or preceptors of ancient India.
'Vid -ya' means that which illumines.
As such, it was identified with knowledge that illumines the mind and soul.
Since the imparting of knowledge was the aim of education, over a period of time, education also came to be known as 'Vidya'. But, the highest goal of Vidya as visualized by the seers and seekers was to understand the Ultimate Truth or Reality. The more practical aspects of 'education' involved alongside intellectual training, the laying of a moral foundation which helped to make the individual a good citizen who was conscious of his innate strength In the normal course, Education is a three fold process.
It imparts general and specific information, teaches skills and inculcates values.
ART AND CRAFT
Teaching the trainees about art is a good idea—here's why:
⁘ It's been proven that early exposure to visual art, music, or drama promotes activity in the brain.
⁘ Art helps trainees to understand other subjects much more clearly—from math and science, to language arts and geography.
⁘ Art nurtures inventiveness as it engages trainees in a process that aids in the development of self-esteem, self-discipline, cooperation, and self-motivation.
⁘ Participating in art activities helps trainees to gain the tools necessary for understanding human experience, adapting to and respecting others' ways of working and thinking, developing creative problem-solving skills, and communicating thoughts and ideas in a variety of ways.
DEBATES AND DECLAMATION
They are commonly employed as tools for educators as well as a means for structuring formal discussions. Both require considerable skill in rhetoric and reasoning, as well as clear and confident oral presentation. Debate and declamation competitions are popular in academics. Usually, teams are put together to compete for a larger prize. In debate, teams usually are given a particular topic to debate, are assigned a standpoint, and are asked to argue against the other team. They are constrained by a variety of rules and regulations, including a time period. In declamation competitions, trainees are usually asked to read a classic speech composed by a famous historical figure. Trainees recite the speech for power and effect and are judged on the oratorical success of their recitation.
PLAYS AND MONO-DRAMA
Drama is the specific mode of fiction represented in performance. We are in exciting times in relation to education. A Curriculum for Excellence is beginning to give schools the chance to experiment and try out different ways of doing learning. There is real encouragement to develop exciting and innovative ways of teaching and learning. It does give the best opportunity for trainees to change things for the better.