I received award from Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) for training program conducted at Pannalal Deolia High School in association with Junior Chamber International (JCI) on 10th September 2012. The topic of training was Goal Setting and the training program was conducted for 80 Students of Class 9th and 10th.
I got an opportunity to conduct training program at JCI Durg/ Bhilai on “Be Better”. I was appointed as the Pilot Faculty for MCID (Multi Chapter ID Program) along with two co-pilots Sandeep ji and Ekta ji. The program concentrated on Managing Self, Family, Profession and Social life of a person. The program was on how to better ourselves in each aspect of our life by upgrading our skills everyday or in other terms getting better each day.
I conducted training program at Jamshedpur Cooperative Law College on 26th June 2012 for students of LLB Part I. The Principal of the College Jitendra Kumar and retired Dean Faculty of Law Prof T.P. Mandal were present in the program along with the students. The strength of students was good.
I conducted my first training program on Empowering Youth this New Year at JCI Umred on 3rd January 2012. Topic was Goal Setting and Motivation. The program was for STD X students of Ashok Kanya Vidyalaya. The Occasion was Savitri Bai Phule birth Anniversary. Savitri ji played an important role for education of girls.
I conducted training program on Goal Setting at JCI Gondia Kruti on Sunday, 17th July 2011. The program was hosted by JC Kirti Ahuja, president of the chapter. JC Vasudev Ramtekkar , Zone Director Growth & Development was also present in the event along with Ashwini Sharma, President JCI Gondia Central. I traveled by Vidarbha Express train to conduct the training. On reaching the venue i was received by Kirti ji. I was really astonished to see a big lady audience on Sunday morning waiting for a training program. Wow what a level of commitment from a ladies chapter. Great.
Manoj Sherki ji, President JCI Nagpur Gondwana gave me an opportunity to take training program on “ Goal Setting “ on 24th April 2011 at Orange City Hotel, Mahajan Market. He coordinated very well and arranged for LCD Projector & materials required for activity. Participants were from diverse backgrounds comprising of private sector employees, Entrepreneurs, home maker and students. It was the first time i was taking training program in this chapter. The audience was eager to find out whether i will meet their expectations or not.
What is Goal Setting ? Why is it important to have goals in life ? Is it really necessary to have goals in life ? What will happen if i live a life without goals ? These are few questions which needs to be assessed and answered by every individual. Its the power of our dreams that takes us ahead or pulls us back. Goals are very important in life. Until we set a destination for ourselves how will we traverse the path and reach our destiny. With a specific goal we plan a specific path and try to conquer all odds of reaching that goal and persevere till the goal is achieved.
I took training program on Goal setting at Renaissance college, nagpur. It was taken under the banner of JCI Women's world on 28th February 2011. Participants were students of BCA second year. At the start of the session they were little confused as to why to set specific goals but at the end of 2hrs session every student was clear as to why have specific and time bound goals.
JC Lovely Sing, member of Zone governing board and IPP of JCI Women's World graced the occassion by her presence at the starting and closure of the session.
All new ZTWS ( Zone Trainer Work Shop ) qualified participant got an opportunity to conduct training program in MCID. Its a multi chapter training where you get participant from different chapters in Jaycees. Our pilot faculty was Anand agarwal sir and myself Rashmi Priya, Dr Archana Jaiswal, Kirti Nipankar and Jigna Thankkar were the 4 co- pilots. The topic for training was ' Be Better '. Jigna was going to present on 'Self Image', Kirti on ' Human Relations', Myself on ' Goal Setting', and Archana of ' Motivation'.