Extension Lectures

Extension Lecture on Environment Awareness (03/10/2017)
This extension Lecture was held on 03/10/2017, This lecture is given by Mr. Gurdeep Sharma (Principal of GGSD College of Hariana). He spread light on the prevailing issue about environment awareness in detail as increasing economic activities in developing countries result in more energy and consumption demand, which generally lead to environmental degradation. There is a conventional belief that such environmental degradation would resolve as soon as these countries grow economically since that would enable them to afford environmentally friendly technology as well as pro-environmental regulations and policies. He emphasized on growing of more and more trees, prevention of deforestation, Non-usage of polythene and plastics, etc. The duration of this extension lecture was one and a half hours. Teachers and students understood the concept easily.

Extension Lecture on Women Empowerment
This lecture is given by Ms. Sarita Thakur (Vice Principal Sri Guru  Gobind Singh Sen. Sec. Public School Beghpur Kamlooh Mukerian. Women’s empowerment and promoting women’s rights have emerged as a part of a major global movement and are continuing to break new ground in recent years. Days like International Women’s Empowerment Day are also gaining momentum. But despite a great deal of progress, women and girls continue to face discrimination and violence in every part of the world. The duration of this extension lecture was one and a half hours. Teachers and students understood the concept easily. Teachers and students understood the concept easily.

Extension Lecture on Evaluation System of India (08/02/2019)

This extension Lecture held on 08/02/2019. This lecture is given by Dr. Varinder Kaur  (Principal of GTB Khalsa College of Education Dasuya). She explained about Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) was a process of assessment, mandated by the Right to Education Act, of India in 2009. This approach to assessment was introduced by state governments in India, as well as by the Central Board of Secondary Education in India, for students of sixth to tenth grades and twelfth in some schools. From this the smaller classes student would have a practice to face the exam of board in younger age. The main aim of CCE was to evaluate every aspect of the child during their presence at the school. This was believed to help reduce the pressure on the child during/before examinations as the student will have to sit for multiple tests throughout the year, of which no test or the syllabus covered will be repeated at the end of the year, whatsoever. The CCE method was claimed to bring enormous changes from the traditional chalk and talk method of teaching, provided it is implemented accurately. The duration of this extension lecture was one and half hour. Teachers and students understood the concept easily.

Extension Lecture on Health Awareness of Women (08/03/2019) This extension Lecture was held on 08/03/2019. This lecture is given by Dr. Inderpreet Kaur  (Sant Sarwan Dass Charitable Hospital Kathar). She explained women's health can be examined in terms of multiple indicators, which vary by geography, socioeconomic standing, and culture. To adequately improve the health of women in India multiple dimensions of wellbeing must be analyzed. Health is an important factor that contributes to human wellbeing and economic growth. Currently, women in India face a multitude of health problems, which ultimately affect the aggregate economy's output. Addressing the gender, class, or ethnic disparities that exist in healthcare and improving health outcomes can contribute to economic gain through the creation of quality human capital and increased levels of savings and investment. Teachers and students understood the concept easily.

Extension Lecture on Statistical Analysis in Research    (12/02/2019) This extension Lecture was held on 12/02/2019. This lecture is given by Lt. General GS Shergill. He explained Statistical analysis means investigating trends, patterns, and relationships using quantitative data. It is an important research tool used by scientists, governments, businesses, and other organizations. To draw valid conclusions, statistical analysis requires careful planning from the very start of the research process. You need to specify your hypotheses and make decisions about your research design, sample size, and sampling procedure. After collecting data from your sample, you can organize and summarize the data using descriptive statistics. Then, you can use inferential statistics to formally test hypotheses and make estimates about the population. Finally, you can interpret and generalize your findings. This article is a practical introduction to statistical analysis for students and researchers. We’ll walk you through the steps using two research examples. The first investigates a potential cause-and-effect relationship, while the second investigates a potential correlation between variables. Teachers and students understood the concept easily.

Extension Lecture on Awareness about Safety on Covid-19 (20/05/2020)
If COVID-19 is spreading in your community, stay safe by taking some simple precautions, such as physical distancing, wearing a mask, keeping rooms well ventilated, avoiding crowds, cleaning your hands, and coughing into a bent elbow or tissue. Avoid the 3Cs: spaces that are closed, crowded, or involve close contact, Maintain at least a 1-meter distance between yourself and others  Meet people outside., Avoid crowded or indoor settings, Wear a mask,  Make wearing a mask a normal part of being around other people. The appropriate use, storage, and cleaning or disposal are essential to make masks as effective as possible. , Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap, Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. , Cover your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze. , Clean and disinfect surfaces frequently especially those which are regularly touched, Stay home and self-isolate even if you have minor symptoms such as cough, headache, mild fever, If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention immediately. Call by telephone first, if you can, Keep up to date on the latest information from trusted sources, such as WHO or your local and national health authorities. This online lecture is conducted by Dr. Inderpreet Kaur, Sant Sarvan Das Cheritable Hospital, Kathar.

Extension Lecture on Women Empowerment in 21st Century  (17/01/2020)

Women empowerment is providing women and girls with equal access to education, healthcare, decent work, and representation in political and economic decision-making processes. Since the past few years, women have made efficient use of the opportunities given to them and have proved time and again that they are no less as than anyone else. With talks and initiatives on women empowerment in the rife 21st century provides women with ample opportunities to excel in whatever field they choose. Be it joining the armed forces or taking up leadership roles in government offices there has been active participation of women in all spheres. Despite all these opportunities there exists a divide between the women in rural areas and urban areas. The benefits of empowerment have not penetrated into the rural sections of society. Although there are various women from rural areas who have excelled and gained success but still a lot of them find themselves restricted to household work. These women are waiting for opportunities that can help them succeed in life. In this scenario, it is imperative that the concerned authorities provide women with opportunities that would help them support their families. Along with the focus on empowering women, it is crucial to provide women the means to earn. Women in the country are already empowered and the successful implementation of social entrepreneurship initiatives and Self  Help groups with women as major stakeholders provide testimony to the fact that women are willing to step out of the confinement of their houses and work for themselves. It is high time that people also realize that it is paramount that women get as many opportunities as men and should not be looked down upon. It is essential to provide women with a level playing field so that they can excel. They already have wings. All they need is an open sky to help them fly. This Online Lecture was ocnducted by Ms. Neelam Raju, Asst. Prof. Guru Nanak College of Education, Dalewal.

Extension Lecture on Mental Health Coping us  with stress  (23/04/2020)
Everyone feels  Mental stressed from time to time, Mental Stress is how the brain and body respond to any demand. Any type of challenges—such as performance at work or school, a significant life change, or a traumatic event—can be stressful. Over time, continued strain on your body from mental stress may contribute to serious health problems, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and other illnesses, including mental disorders such as depression or anxiety. Mental Stress can affect your health. It is important to pay attention to how you deal with minor and major stressors, so you know when to seek help. Many things can lead to mental stress: bereavement, divorce or separation, losing a job, or unexpected money problems. Work-related stress can also have a negative impact on your mental health. People affected by work-related stress lose an average of 24 days of work due to ill health. Even positive life changes, such as moving to a bigger house, gaining a job promotion or going on holiday can be sources of stress. If you feel stressed in these situations you may struggle to understand why or be unwilling to share your feelings with others. This Session was Conducted by Mr. Gagandeep Singh