In its stride to provides opportunities for the youth as well as growth of a community and to charge young minds with passion, a team from the National Office of IAYP comprising Mr. Bivujit Mukhoty – the Programme Manager and Ms. Pallavi Gill – the Programme Officer visited Delhi Public School, NTPC Vidyut Nagar on 17th December 2018 and Vocational Training Centre, Khandawali, Faridabad - Community Project of Lady Bamford Charitable Trust, Ballabhgarh, Faridabad, Haryana on 18th December, 2018 for student orientation workshops and Award Presentation Ceremonies. The objective was to interact with students, introduce the Award programme to the new participants and highlighting its ideology and benefits, with recognising the successful participant with the Award Certificate and Badge.
The orientations commenced with an ice-breaking session followed by an introduction about the Award Programme. The team threw light on the philosophy of the Award, its journey and its framework. They, then, elaborated upon its various facets that include service, skills, physical recreation and adventure and the residential project for the Gold level of the Programme. The orientation concluded with discussions on the benefits of the Award Programme and its power to bring about a difference in the lives of young people.
Orientation at Delhi Public School, NTPC, Vidyut Nagar was attended by over 200 students. After the orientation, an Award Presentation Ceremony was organised in which nine successful participants achieved their certificates and badges. Mr K K Sharma (Principal) along with Ashish Choudhary (Award Leader) was also present during the ceremony. Click here for photos.
Orientation at Vocational Training Centre, Khandawali, Faridabad was attended by over 60 participants. Apart from the other aspects of the Programme, the team also briefed them about the upcoming Adventurous Journey. Tauqeer Ahmed (Award Leader), Sabbar Tausif (State Manager LBCT), Vandana Kohli and Nishat Akhtar (Location Coordinator) were also present during the orientation. After the Orientation, an Award presentation ceremony was organised, in which nine participants received their Certificates and Badges from Nishar Ahmed (Sarpanch, Khandawali). Click here for photos.
Such workshops are stepping stones in IAYP’s stride to build aware and able young people who can make productive use of their capabilities.