Principal of Lamdon Model Senior Secondary School, Ladakh
Cofounder at Rex Ideas for Action and Life Coach
Major Harsh Kumar
Secretary of NCERT
Ms. Nita Arora
Principal, Sri Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka.
Ms. Rama Karthik
Principal, Belpahar English Medium School, Odisha. President of OAICSE -- the regional chapter of the ASISC
Dr. Jugal Kishore
Secretary General, Indian Association for Adolescents Health and Director Professor & Head, Department of Community Medicine, Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital (Under Ministry of Health and Family Welfare), New Delhi.
Dr. Charu Dua
Head Of Nutrition and Dietetics At Max Health Care.
Ms. Sudha Acharya
Principal, ITL Public School, Dwarka; Secretary, NPSC; Head of National CBSE Inclusion Committee and President, CBSE Sahodaya, Southwest Delhi Chapter.
Are Schools Ready for 2020?
26th July, 2020 5:00 P.M.
Topic: national pride and social responsibility among students.
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Topic : Bois Locker Room, Innocent Mistake or Crime
10th May ,2020 12:30 P.M.
Topic : Impact Of Coronavirus Pandemic On Education
10th May ,2020 5 P.M.
Financial Stress on Schools: Lockdown Impact
28th June, 2020 5 P.M.
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FairGaze has come up with a panel discussion on the topic "Impact of Corona Virus Pandemic on Education". Discussion points in this online debate are below
1) How current government is addressing education during pandemic?
2) Educationist opinion on the decision taken by the government.
3) Is online way of teaching is the only option in this pandemic situation?
4) Educationist experience of implementing online education.
5) Question Answer session with webinar participants
4)Ms. Indira Kohli, (Director, Delhi Public School)
5)Mr. Balwinder Singh, (Principal, City Co-ordinator (CBSE) Kanpur & Unnao, President of Kanpur Sahodaya School)
The session will be moderated by Dr. Madhumati Singh, Practicing Psychologist and Director, FairGaze.
A chat group of school students aged between 15-19 years from Delhi and Noida, indulged in indecent conversation and shared obscene pictures of girls.
The children have easy access to adult information through search engines. These adult information made by the porn industry, adult movies and glamour industry influence the children and create an inspirational impact on them.
Should children who get influenced by such content be treated as criminals?
What impact does it have on the accused children?
What impact does it have on the parents of the accused children?
Can a private group chat of children be made public information?
How do we avoid the re-occurrence of such incidents?
2)Ms.EituVij Chopra, (Co-founder at Rex Ideas for Action, Life and Wellness Coach)
3)Maj Gen Gajendra Prasad, (Renowned army officer from over 38 years)
4) 4 Principals of renowned schools in PAN India
Date: 31st July 2020 | Time: 5:00 P.M.
FairGaze has again come up with another panel discussion on an emerging issue that almost all sectors are facing. Amid this lockdown, the adverse effect that especially our education fraternity has faced is inevitable.
Thus, to discuss upon this and for catering this issue rightly this panel discussion will take place wherein renowned educationists and entrepreneurs will express their views.
Main challenges faced by school in terms of fee recovery
The job market does not see any sign of revival, so the teachers are unable to feel secure and stable in their current professions. Can the managements help the situation?
Reason for resistance in parents to pay fee to schools
Role of Government Bodies in handling this whole crisis between School and Parents
Hate campaign against Private Schools
Speakers In Online Debate Are –
1)Mr. Manoj Mittal, (Founder and CEO of Alumni Management Company, DAV United.)
2)Mr. AnirudhKhaitan, (Vice Chairman of Khaitan Public School)
3)Dr. RakeshKhullar, (Chairman of DLF Public School)
3)Ms. Pooja Bose, (Principal of the High Range School (Moderator))
FairGaze has come up with a panel discussion on the topic "National Pride Among School Students".
Discussion points in this online debate are below:
Is National Pride among the students is lacking day by day?
Educationist opinion on this topic
Does this National Pride is emerging only the National Days of India?
Are students more towards the western culture?
Question Answer session with webinar participants.
Speakers In Online Debate Are –
1)Major General Gajendra Prasad - Army Officer with over 38 years of distinguished & impeccable combat & leadership career in different roles & terrains. Has distinguished experience of heading the NCC wing.
2)Dr. Stanzin Dawa - After serving different national and international organizations in diverse countries, He is now Principal of Lamdon Model Senior Secondary School, Ladakh.
3)Ms. EituVij Chopra - Cofounder/ Mission Leader / Chief Curator at REX - Ideas for Action. She is also a great Motivational Speaker.
4)Major Harsh Kumar - An honorary member of the Advisory Board. He is experience as a result oriented professional experience including the Indian Army, Corporate House, University system and the Secretary of NCERT.
Moderator of the session will be Ms. Nita Arora, Principal, Sri Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka.
The schools, the offices, malls almost everything has been shut down for more than 3 months now. There are debates on the reopening of public places and schools specially. The loss of studies faced by the students is getting hyped a lot. But the risk involved in the reopening of schools is way too much. How much are the schools ready and prepared to resume their classes?
Date:- 26 July 2020
Time: 5:00 PM
Questions to be put up
Fairtalks aims at putting questions to the school, community if and how are they ready to fight this pandemic once the schools open.
Recently, we saw a news where number of students and teachers in Rajasthan got Covid positive after Rajasthan board conducted exams. When in class, there too will be number of students and teachers too, so what measures are the schools taking for the safety of their staffs and children.
Canteen food and water coolers requires a lot of hygiene, so how will the schools make sure about that?
Primary class children are too young to understand the circumstances of not taking proper precautions and might remove their masks during classes. That should also be kept in mind.
School conveyances like buses, rickshaws and vans have so many children packed and that might not be very safe for them.
Speakers In Online Debate Are –
1)Ms. Rama Karthik - Principal, Belpahar English Medium School, Odisha. President of OAICSE -- the regional chapter of the ASISC.
2)Dr. Jugal Kishore - Secretary General, Indian Association for Adolescents Health and Director Professor & Head, Department of Community Medicine, Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital (Under Ministry of Health and Family Welfare), New Delhi.
3)Dr. Charu Dua - Head Of Nutrition and Dietetics At Max Health Care.
Ms. Sudha Acharya - Principal, ITL Public School, Dwarka; Secretary, NPSC; Head of National CBSE Inclusion Committee and President, CBSE Sahodaya, Southwest Delhi Chapter.
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