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Up-to-date: June 28, 2020 7:19:53 pm
“Hum honge kamyaab, Corona ke khilaaf” is a catchy video information on YouTube created by students and instructors of Jamia Millia Islamia, Brand new Delhi. The inspirational video is definitely an effort to remind people that all of us are jointly fighting the pandemic and can overcome this together, the registrar office of the varsity told indianexpress.com.
Jamia is among the many Indian native institutes to have taken it on themselves to motivate students, instructors and other members of the society. Since the lockdown period gets extended with little respite in the number of coronavirus instances, maintaining a sound mental and actual health is a huge task and institutes are here to help.
A university in Kerala, St Teresa, provides started a social media campaign to assist students fighting lockdown blues, simply by encouraging them to look at the positive side. The campaign ‘Covid Kurippukal’ began upon April 14 with a message through Health Minister KK Shylaja. Based on project coordinator J Poornendu, “The idea behind the campaign is to spread positivity during lockdown. Till now, we have received over a thousand stories through WhatsApp and Instagram handles.”
“Members of the college union and students of youth platform Under 25, look for videos that have been circulated and share the best over social media. The campaign will continue till lockdown ends,” the coordinator informed.
Recently, Delhi University organised the seminar on Mental Health Facets of Covid Pandemic. The Department associated with Social Work, which co-ordinated the particular programme mentioned, “The webinar focused on ‘Mental health and well-being during the covid pandemic’, and talked about various means to come out from depression – yoga to music/ painting, other co-curricular activities.” “The webinar stressed on performing yoga and dhyaan to keep the mind free from depression during lockdown,” the particular department stated.
The students of Jadavpur University or college also started a community radio within mid-April called ‘Dukho Volo’ in Garia to broadcast yoga lessons, poetry, songs and plays on week-ends for residents of the area.
Soham Mistry, who is associated with this neighborhood radio said, “The sole aim of the project is to give relief to students, professionals and the elderly through various programmes. We have a special morning programme ‘Class Sahay’ on Saturday and Sunday dedicated to students from 8 to 9 am, which is followed by other programmes till 3 pm.”
The 21-year-old said, “As the digital mode hardly has any original content, we shifted our focus to community radio. We started in mid-April and plan to continue it post-lockdown.” The students can also be a part of Kolkata Police’s campaign “Street drawing highlighting the dangers of Covid-19 virus attack.”
Another educational body, Great Lakes Company of Management, has recently come up with ‘Choir of optimism’ that features students, faculty members plus independent musicians. They performed upon legendary artist Michael Jackson’s amount ‘Heal the World’.
Like other social media marketing platforms, Instagram, Pinterest are also inundated with creative thoughts, motivational messages shared by students and instructors.
Meanwhile, Lockdown Studying, an Instagram page created to encourage students during lockdown is operate by three primary teachers associated with United Kingdom – Sophie Fenton, Danielle Churney, and Jemma Levy – and features specific sections upon Toddler games, Ideas in take action, Messages to you, among others.
In the section, Messages to you, co-founder Danielle Churney mentioned the idea at the rear of the page is to use minimal sources to reduce the barriers of understanding.
Teachers are also posting motivational messages through Pinterest. Barkha Bahl, Director, Trinity Institute of Expert Studies shared her message in order to students through Pinterest.
“Dear Students, I trust you all are well and taking all the precautionary measures to fight COVID-19. At this time when the whole world is fighting the pandemic, I would like to convey my message that, under all circumstances we should adhere the guidelines and advisories,” the excerpt from the Director’s statement shared on Pinterest.
The Central Board of Supplementary Education (CBSE) is conducting reside fitness sessions for school kids. The Council for Indian College Certificate Examinations (CISCE) is also performing live lessons on yoga plus meditation to boost students’ immunity among lockdown. These live lessons have been in collaboration with Fit India Objective and are available upon YouTube.
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