Splendid Welcome Rangoli By Students
Discussion With H. H. Swami Tejomayanand Saraswati
Felicitation
Opening Ceremony
Felicitation
Felicitation
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  • Objectives
  • Activities
  • Target Group
  • Training

No Transfusion of Idea Only Transformation
  1. To introduce Faculty with Life and work of Swami Chinmayananda
  2. To introduce Faculty with functions of Chinmaya mission
  3. To Develop teamwork amongst Faculty
  4. To aware Faculty about complete development of human personality
  5. To aware Faculty about patriotism and universal outlook
  6. To aware Faculty about value based education
  7. To aware Faculty about concept of education
  8. To aware Faculty about value based education

Camp on Various following Subject
Meditation Camp    b) Universal Religion c)base of Indian culture d)symbolism of Indian culture
Duration of Training   :     -Duration of this training will be four days each day working hour will 6 hours
Planning of various Session


First Session

Resses

Second Session

Theory

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Practicum

       Resourse Persons:-
1)Acharya of Chinmaya Mission
2)Teachers
3)Professors
 Learning Material:- learning material for this training will be shikshanopanishad
       Honorarium:- T.A.D.A. As per U.G.C and Government Norm


Target group will be Any Faculty From B.Ed College

TOPICS FOR TRAINING
  • Education-concept
  • Child centric education
  • Education for self control
  • Religious education
  • Value education
  • National education
  • Peace education
  • Cultural education
  • Environment education
  • Science education
  • Discipline for personality Development
  • Parent education
  • Pre-birth education
  • Leadership education
  • Teacher's training


Duration of Training   :     -Duration of this training will be four days each day working hour will 6 hours
Planning of various Session


First Session

Resses

Second Session

Theory

....................................................

Practicum

Resource Persons:-
1)Acharya of Chinmaya Mission
2)Teachers
3) Professors
 Learning Material:- learning material for this training will be shikshanopanishad
       Honorarium:- T.A.D.A. As per U.G.C and Government Norms

INDIAN CULTURE AND HERITAGE AND DHARMA
Gurudeo had utmost respect for Indian culture. “Many cultures were born and got destroyed till today. Because they did not have the ability to embrace the increasing needs of the society. But Indian culture, which gets its expression through Hindu religion, did not get destroyed even after thousands of years. Because it has the capacity of embracing the changes occurring in the society. When a set of people live for a long period of time in a particular geographical area, respecting certain philosophical values and virtues of life, there emanates a fragrance which is called their culture.” Quality of culture depends on the values. When values are eroded, culture is broken. Then there is lack of ethics, and poverty gets hold. Humanity emerges out of cultural wealth. But with lack of it, there is also a lack of good conduct in society. It is a duty of educated people today to impart to the young generation not just factual knowledge, or wondrous theories, but also ideals of life, and how to bring them into practice.
“Religion is a very complicated term. The word has derived from the root ‘dhri’, means to hold, to support. Religion is something that collectively holds different parts and features of a thing. It is generally translated as rules of religious conduct, religiousness, ethics, duty, generosity, etc. Gurudev agrees with the ancient concept of religion. But he even presented a different connotation, and that was, religion means law of being. The closest expression for word Dharma For instance, integral attribute of fire is to burn so that is fire’s Dharma. So, religion does not only mean good conduct or goodness, but that, without which a thing cannot sustain its own independent existence. Owing to which a thing can exist just as what it is, is the Dharma of that thing, that is its Swadharma. If the term Dharma is to be used in the context of a man, what is the Dharma of that man? Gurudev says, “A bundle of desires with which a person takes birth in his/her present life, is his/her Dharma. Everyone should act in accordance with his born, natural attributes, that is the way to live a peaceful, happy, contented life. This is ‘Swadharma’ which is integral attribute. To behave or act against the rooted desire, is ‘para-dharma’the attribute of the other. When majority of people in society do not follow Dharma or do not conduct themselves according to their integral attributes, instead of living a life of cooperation, suitable to intelligent human dignity, these people rule over the world as animal-like men. Dharma is, possibly, a kind of faith in life which is to be practiced privately and secretly.
This faith is inherent in the internal mind and nurtures it. This mind subtly rears up the sublime life values which train and mature the thoughts. Philosophy is ‘Dharma’—sacred obligation of duty—and Dharma is a way of living. When Gurudev observed or examined other religions he found that Hindu religion provides a list of things on which peaceful world of developing life can be built, and it also clearly explains why these values are fundamental. According to Gurudev, there is a philosophy that makes human life worth living, and the code of conduct in accordance with this philosophy is Dharma.