Manthan Sampoorna Vikas Kendra (SVK), the holistic education program of DJJS, run under the stewardship of His Holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji aims to stimulate its students academically and bring about a holistic growth in emotional development, social skill development, and overall personality development.
In the month of October 2023, DJJS Manthan SVK connected with more than 1123 students across the various DJJS branches in the country through both its online and offline workshops. The workshops that were conducted are as follows -
नींव- Nurturing Strong Future session on Empathy Sympathy was facilitated by Ms. Anushka Singh, Psychologist, Aadiv Care Foundation. Teaching empathy and sympathy is essential for the emotional well-being and academic success of children.
Charitrik Sanskarshala sessions organized by DJJS Manthan SVK volunteers through guided lessons and storytelling, children were taught the impact of the right behavior in everyday life. The key takeaway for the students was that they must empower themselves holistically, this approach helps them deal with stressful situations effectively without compromising their ideals. Positive character traits for kids provide a guiding light to analyze emotions and understand situations better.
Jeevan Kaushal Karyashala workshops were facilitated by Sadhvi Aneesha Bharti Ji on the topic Overcome Your Fear. Fears are part of childhood. This workshop offered the children to manage and cope with childhood fears and help build their confidence and independence.
Bharat Gaurav Gatha Aao Karein Bharat Ki Sair illustrated a virtual tour about the majestic State of Chhattisgarh, starting from its geographical area, reminiscent of the historic battles, cultural values inclusively like festivals, cuisine, folk music, dance forms, national parks, wildlife sanctuaries, heritage places, eminent heroes and state contributors were showcased to the students.
Bhartiya Sanskriti Ki Shreshthta a session on Guru–shishya tradition was conducted by Manthan-SVK volunteers. The system of Guru-Shishya tradition traces its roots back to ancient Bharat’s civilization. Children explored the inseparable equation between guru-shishya which is paralleled with the relationship that a modern-day teacher-student shares. The education system followed a multi-disciplinary model such as Science, Linguistics, Agriculture, Metallurgy, Warfare, Logic and Critical Thinking that were vital to the curriculum. This tradition has played a major role in preserving the knowledge reserve of Bharat.
A Virtual Child Sponsor Meet- Australia Special Edition was organised for sponsor parents from Australian.