LPU conducted Principals Conclave under its CSR Activity ‘Disha’
Jalandhar: Ever since its inception, Lovely Professional University (LPU) has been industriously performing its crucial role of contributing to all the spheres of education. Under its key CSR initiative ‘Disha’, LPU conducted ‘Principals Conclave’ at the campus to guide principals and teachers on novel educative dimensions. The event witnessed massive presence of eminent academicians and stakeholders of education. For this activity, two important development & growth sessions were held for ‘Leadership Skills’ and ‘Understanding Learners’ through experimental learning. Resource Persons for the sessions were renowned academicians Executive Dean Dr Lovi Raj Gupta, Deputy Director Narinder Garcha and Professor Sachin Sidhra of LPU. In fact, through ‘Disha’, LPU has, hitherto, trained 5000+ Principals and Teachers; counselled 200000 students; and, held 1000+ Sessions & Workshops.
LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal shares: “LPU has been marking new horizons of academics, exploring the potential of the youth by providing quality education, ensuring holistic development and getting it ready to tackle the problems faced by the global society. On these lines, we believe that there are certain binding duties of all the stakeholders of education for the growth of students and system under their care. As such, LPU desires to join hands with all of them to achieve greater laurels and, thus, embark upon many other noble missions.”
Participant Principals Ms Sandhya Dewan (Cambridge International School), Dr Jyoti Verma (SMJ School), Dr Sucheta Jasrai (Pathseekers School) shared unanimously: “We are really thankful to LPU for such benefitting conductions which bring vibrant picture of emerging trends in education. It is indeed a conduction of enlightenment and empowerment and we all participants have been much benefitted from this illustrious conclave.” Illustrative, acknowledging the dedicated efforts of teachers and their schools, LPU also bestows “Transforming Education Awards”, for which concerned students can give credit to their teachers and bring them into limelight.
In fact, ‘Disha’ is a Sanskrit word that means “Direction” and it acts as a platform for the development and growth of all the stakeholders of education, including principals, teachers, students, administrators, staff-members and more of various institutions, NGOs from all parts of the country. A collaboration of some of the most learned counsellors and experts- ‘Disha’ guides all concerned to adapt and grow as per the requirements of academically developing world. It helps an individual in making the most significant decisions about one’s career and life.