Third-day of NSS Camp emphasized importance of entrepreneurship, skill-development and equitable society
The Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal, emphasized the need for a socially equitable society
Chandigarh: With an aim of making yoga as an integral part of young, dynamic and enthusiastic NSS Volunteers, the first session of the third day of NSS Camp rejuvenated the sagging spirits of the participants from the humdrum of modern life. The daily yoga practices under the supervision of the trained instructors help in creating an environment wherein students, faculty members, as well as non-teaching staff of the college can learn and create an equilibrium in their personal and professional life through the regular practice of several asanas like Navasana, Kumbhakasana, Vashishthana and Adho Mukha Svanasana etc. These asanas strengthen the body, boosts metabolism, relaxes the mind and help in eliminating toxic substances from our body.
After the stimulating first session, two resource persons i.e. Mr. Paramjit Singh (Director, National Trainer, Motivator, National Speaker from Regional Centre for Entrepreneurship Development) and Dr. Manoj Kumar (Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, PG Govt. College for Girls, Chandigarh) were invited to invigorate the mindset of the budding entrepreneurs of our college. Talking about the gross inequality, biasedness and social exclusion of the marginalized sections in Indian society, Dr. Manoj Kumar charts out the problematic social fabric of the Indian society which hinders the socio-economic growth of the downtrodden people. On the other hand, Mr. Paramjit Singh in his session on “Skill Development and Entrepreneurship” shared his first-hand experience and talked extensively about the nuances and nitty-gritties involved in the process of becoming a successful entrepreneur. After the end of their respective sessions, both the resource persons answered the queries of the students to their satisfaction.
The Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal, emphasized the need for a socially equitable society for the sustenance and growth of the nation. Recognizing the efforts of the students, she further advised them to leave no stone unturned to achieve their aspirations.