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CVP- Master Trainer's Program VI for CV Teacher's

posted 13 Aug 2018, 21:13 by CCMT Education Cell   [ updated 13 Aug 2018, 21:16 ]

23 delegates from 7 schools participated in the CVP Master Trainers Programme -VI from August 8-9 2018 at Vidya Bharati Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Jamshedpur.  Senior Teachers from various parts of the country participated in the MTP-VI with a zeal. Swami Anukoolananda inspired the delegates to prepare children for life success and not mere academic success. He spoke on how Education has to aim at bringing about transformation in Children.  He also stressed that such a transformation is possible only by shaping the character of children and to achieve that it is not enough just to give knowledge. He mentioned, Knowing should be followed by Feeling and Doing. He explained how CVP should be the spirit behind every activity in a CV and shared best practices to implement CVP through school's normal activities.

Smt. Shanti Krishnamurthy shared with delegates in brief the life of Gurudev, the qualities, role and responsibilities of a Master Trainer and the art of CVP report writing. She stressed on how Chinmaya Vision Program needs to become a big movement with 100 Chinmaya Educational institutions, 6000 teachers and almost one lakh children. She convinced the teachers that if CVP becomes MVP(My Vision Program ), the impact will be phenomenal.

Delegates made presentations on various aspects of CVP, marking the beginning of their journey as a Master Trainer. With this, 6 CVP Master Trainer programmes have been successfully organised by the CCMT Education Cell to empower teachers and Principals from all across India to facilitate better implement CVP and spread Pujya  Gurudev's vision on Education.

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Chinmaya Netritva 2018

posted 16 May 2018, 21:57 by CCMT Education Cell   [ updated 17 May 2018, 01:41 ]

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VII Chinmaya Netritva - Workshop on Quality Leadership

35 delegates from 22 CVs participated in the 7th Chinmaya Netritva organised by CCMT Education Cell, from 10th to 15th May 2018 at Chinmaya Gardens, Coimbatore. Dr Senthil Kumaran, Head of The Learners Confluence conducted sessions on TQM, 5S, Framework for School Governance and Clean/Safe campus. Shri Subramanian, co-trainer shared best practices of process approach, learning schools and collaborative climate in education institutions. His sessions covered many practical ideas with examples from all over the country leading to concrete action points that can ensure continuous improvement in the CVs. Participants had visited CIRS as part of their training. Swami Anukoolananda inspired the participants with holistic vision, types of leaders and attitude. Smt. Shanti Krishnamurthy, Director of CCMT Education Cell spoke on the supportive role of the Education Cell and its functions. Participants also performed Gayatri Hawan conducted by Br. Sanatan Chaitanya, Spiritual guide, CIRS.

XVI Shubh Sahas – Adventure Camp for CV students

posted 15 May 2018, 21:52 by CCMT Education Cell

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XVI ShubhSahas – Adventure Camp for CV students

86 students from 11 CVs participated in this 16th ShubhSahas - adventure camp for organised by CCMT-EC at Chinmaya Gardens, Coimbatore from 5thto 8th May 2017. The camp was conducted by team from Sieger Training Consultants, Chennai. Swami Anukoolananda inspired the students in the inaugural talk to break the boundaries and achieve greatness with fearlessness. Students enjoyed the activities like flying fox, artificial wall climbing, archery, bamboo walk, Tarzan swing, commando net, fire and glass walk and Burma-bridge, overcoming fear and gaining self-confidence. Students got an opportunity to learn basics of aerobics at CIRS. Br.Sanatan Chaitanya, Spiritual guide, CIRS motivated the students on growing from within. Evening Aarti, bhajans and Gayatri Hawan provided the inner strength and spiritual development to the students. Students celebrated Gurudev Jayanti with anecdotes of PujyaGurudev and Paduka Pooja conducted by Swamini Sampratisthananda. The camp gifted numerous life skills not only the students and but also empowered the accompanying teachers.

VI Hari Seva Camp for CV students

posted 3 May 2018, 20:58 by CCMT Education Cell

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VI Hari Seva Camp for CV students

CCMT EC organised the VI Annual Hari Seva Camp at Chinmaya Gardens, Coimbatore from 24th April to 28th April’18 in which 144 students from 15 CVs and Vision Schools learnt the art of contributing to the society selflessly. Students worked in teams to make garbage pits, azolla pits, vermicompost pits, brooms, paper packets, new notebooks from partly used notebooks and pillows out of rags and silk cotton. They spread awareness in 7 villages reaching out to 700 families – a total of 2800 beneficiaries.  Children painted trees and roof top of 2 rooms in Chinmaya Gardens. Acharya PriyaArunachalam explained beautifully why one must serve and how to serve. SwaminiSampratishthananda inspired the children to serve like Hanumanji with devotion and humility. Swami Anukoolanandaji inspired the students through his inaugural and valedictory address – sharing the message on seva is love for self, as the world is the form of one God alone. Dr.Meera Krishnan, Director of CORD Siruvani, played a role of a mentor and mother motivating and guiding the children in villages along with her team of workers. Hari Seva continues to nurture changemakers and sevaks from CVs.

Chinmaya Quotient (CQ) II - Quiz for All CV teachers

posted 25 Apr 2018, 23:10 by CCMT Education Cell   [ updated 2 May 2018, 04:53 ]

‘All CV Quiz II’ for the staff of CVs was organised by CCMT-Education Cell in 2017-18. With aims and objectives to strengthen understanding of Pujya Gurudev’s Vision on Education and bond with the Chinmaya Vidyalayas

 

It was conducted in three stages based on the book ‘Manifesting Divinity’ and ‘Chinmaya Drishtis. 2880 staff members from 65 schools participated in the first written round. 199 teachers took part in the second zonal round of written quiz. 17 teachers from 11 CVs were selected for the final round held on April 21st, 2018 at Chinmaya International Residential School, Coimbatore. Grand Finale witnessed 5 participants enthused with high Chinmaya Quotient. Swami Anukoolananda was the Quiz master. Swamini Samprathisthananda, Kum Manisha Khemlani and Smt. Meera Jackson were the judges for various rounds. Smt. Shanti Krishnamurthy, Director, CCMT-EC and played a lead role in organising the quiz successfully. The final winners were first Smt. Rajeshwari CIRS, (Rs 30,000), second – Smt. Ch. Swapna, Sricity CV, Tada (Rs 20000) and third Smt. Vijaya Lakshmi Mohan, CV Virugambakkam (Rs 15000).

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CVP Orientation Program: 14th and 15th April at Chinmaya Gardens

posted 1 Mar 2018, 03:04 by Aravind Balakrishnan   [ updated 25 Apr 2018, 23:03 by IT Admin ]

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The first ever CVP training program for the Swamis and Brahmacharis of Tamil Nadu was conducted on May 14 & 15, 2018 at the Chinmaya Gardens, Coimbatore by the CCMT Education cell.

21 participants from Tamil Nadu and 15 Vedanta Course Students attended the CVP workshop. Swami Anukoolananda presented the overview of the Chinmaya Vision of Education and inspired the participants on intellectual development and also gave tips for practical implementation of the same in Chinmaya Vidyalayas and other schools. Swami Ramakrishnanda in his unique style took sessions covering the mental and spiritual development explaining the greatness of Indian culture. Swami Mitranandaji graced the occasion and spoke on Patriotism. Swami Sampratisthananda conducted an activity based session on Physical development. Smt. Rajeshwari, Headmistress, CIRS gave a demo on imparting value based education in a classroom and Smt. Shanti Krishnamurthy, Director, CCMT Education Cell shared the diverse work done by CCMT Education Cell. The training is a take off to a grander mission to spread Chinmaya Vision of Education to many more schools is likely to be taken to the other states too.

Sutantra Goshti – A seminar on IT

posted 21 Dec 2017, 21:59 by CCMT Education Cell

96 delegates from 52 CVs and Vision Schools participated with great zeal in Sutantra Goshti (Seminar on IT for CVs) organized by CCMTEC at CIRS, Coimbatore from Dec. 4 to 8, 2017. Swami Vimalananda inaugurated the seminar emphasising the influence and the all pervading role and exponential growth of IT and its effect on education. She also inspired all on Spirituality and IT. Other experts and their topics were  - Dr.Rajaram Sharma (ICT Curriculum), Supreeth Nagaraju (Past, Present and Future of IT in India), Shri Sudhakar Ramakrishnan (Past, Present and Future of IT in the world), Shiv Dewan & team (Careers in IT), Shri Anant Mani (Role of IT Dept), Dr.Sundaram (Robotics), Shri Adil Jahangir Mirza (Technology in learning: lever or a brake?),  Dr.Sunitha Shanker, (Positive and Negative effect of IT on school students), Dr.Shweta Adatia, (Brain & IT) and CIRS IT teachers – (CVP in IT, Assessment and evaluation, IT apps & webs). In the end the delegates pledged to avoid misuse and use of IT and Computer Science and fulfil their responsibility as tech savvy Chinmaya educators.


CVP Master Trainers' Program – V

posted 21 Dec 2017, 21:52 by CCMT Education Cell

28 delegates from 12 schools participated in the CVP Master Trainers’Programme V from November 6 - 8, 2017 at Chinmaya Gardens, Coimbatore. Principals, Vice Principals and Senior Teachers from various parts of the country participated in the MTP with zeal. Swami Anukoolananda inspired the delegates to prepare children for life success and not mere academic success. He spoke on value based education, the higher vision of education and becoming a master through continuous learning. He explained how CVP should be the spirit behind every activity in a CV and shared best practices to implement CVP through school’s normal activities. Smt. Shanti Krishnamurthy shared with delegates the qualities, role and responsibilities of a Master Trainer and the art of CVP report writing. Smt. Rajeshwari explained the 7 aspects of CVP with activities and real life examples. Delegates made presentations on various aspects of CVP, marking the beginning of their journey as a Master Trainer. With this, 5 CVP Master Trainer programmes have been successfully organised by the CCMT Education Cell this calendar year to empower teachers and Principals from all across India so that they may better implement CVP and spread Pujya Gurudev's vision on Education.

Priyanka, CV RS Puram, Coimbatore wins Gold in Common Wealth, Chess

posted 21 Dec 2017, 21:49 by CCMT Education Cell

As a child of eight, Priyanka loved trophies and medals. She was intuitively inspired by winners, and would often resolve to work hard to win some for herself. That this Chess Queen has so far played over 300 tournaments and won many a big trophy and medal, goes to show that her resolve and hard work were true and deep.

            Priyanka started playing chess when she was eight. The very next year, our smart and ambitious girl demonstrated her first signs of promise. She won a gold medal in the group event and a silver at the individual event in the Under 9 Asian Chess tournament held at Colombo, Sri Lanka. With her continued and enthusiastic efforts, Priyanka played at the 2011 World Youth Chess Championship at Caldas Novas, Brazil.

            Unfortunately, Priyanka lost her father in 2012 and had to be away from chess for 5 months.  Like a Memphis rising from the ashes, she bounced back with a bang and participated in the Under 14 World Youth Chess Championship at Al Ain, UAE. Ever since then, Priyanka, has been working sincerely towards becoming the Youngest Woman Grand Master. She has dedicated herself to satisfying the norms for it with an exemplary performance at every opportunity. In this, she is guided by the understanding that the source of all success is the dedicated performance of duty. The result is her achievements in numerous tournaments. For example, Priyanka held the 3rd place in the Under 15 Sub Junior Championship in 2015. She won the first place in the International Federation Open Chess Championship.

            “Man – made plans are not sure to succeed, except when they are in line with His plans”. It was perhaps His, Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda’s plan to bring Priyanka into His family and take her at to greater heights. Priyanka joined Chinmaya Vidyalaya, R.S Puram in 2015-16 in class 9.  With her tenacious efforts and precious support of the school Principal, Smt. Meera Jackson, the school teachers and her own mother, she continued to win trophies at various events like the

1.     Asian Youth Chess Championship at in Mongolia

2.     Grand Master International Tournament in Orissa

3.     Grand Master International Tournament at Mumbai

4.     World Junior Under 20 Tournament in Orissa

5.     World Youth Under 16 Tournament in Russia

6.     Asian Junior Under 20 Tournament at New Delhi

In class 10,.  though Priyanka could hardly attend her classes, she studied diligently with faith and scored 90% in the matriculation board examination.

            With a calm and stable mind, Priyanka faces all challenges, and gives everything her best. Despite her stunning achievements, she has remained humble and grateful for the talent and opportunities she has been gifted in her life..

            Perhaps because of these special qualities of hers, in July 2017, Priyanka won her greatest achievement yet - the Gold medal at the Commonwealth Chess Championship in the Under 16 Women’s category. She scored 5.5 out of 7 points. Unaffected by this truly great achievement, she still works towards her ultimate goal of becoming a Women’s International Master. Our princess of 64 squares, with her talents, determination, commitment and hard work is a true role model for others and a most fitting recipient of the Chinmaya Gaurav Award.

Khel Milan VII - Inter CV Kabbadi Tournament 2017 at CV, Bokaro

posted 21 Dec 2017, 21:37 by CCMT Education Cell   [ updated 21 Dec 2017, 21:50 ]

With the grace of Param Pujya Gurudev Brahmaleen Swami Chinmayanandji , Pujya Guruji Swami Tejomyanandji and Mukhya Swamiji Swami Swaroopanandji , Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Bokaro Steel City, organized the 7th Khel Milan under the aegis of CCMTEC from 3rd to 5th November. 16 Chinmaya Vidyalayas participated in this All India inter Chinmaya Vidyalaya Kabbadi Tournament.players from 32 teams battled for Championship in this tournament under 4 categories viz. Under 16 Boys & Under 14 boys, Under 16 girls & Under 14 Girls. The programme was inaugurated by Shri Amar Kumar Bauri, Cabinet Minister,  Land & Revenue, Art & Culture, Sports and Youth Affairs,( Govt. of Jharkhand). He was welcomed traditionally according to Chinmaya culture with Geeta Chanting and Tilak -Mishri . The Chief Guest and  other dignitaries inspected the March Past parade as the Chinmaya Vidyalayas marched with the Chinmaya Flag held high. This was followed by a colourful and mesmerizing cultural show by the Chinmites. The Tournament started at three courts and all the 32 teams joined the League matches. The league matches were followed by Quarter Finals,  the Semi Finals and the Final Matches.

The results were as follows:

Under-16 Girls- Winner – C V, Bokaro Steel City,                  Runner Up- NV CV Shegaon, Maharashtra

Under-14 Girls- Winner – GMR C V, Telangana,                   Runner Up- Sricity C V, Tada

Under-16 Boys- Winner – CV, Tirupati ,                                   Runner Up- CV, Bokaro Steel City

Under-14 Boys- Winner – GMR CV, Telangana,                     Runner Up- CV, Bokaro Steel City.

Best Discipline – CV, Therubaali, Raigada

Fair Player Award - CV, Chend, Rourkela

The Prize distribution ceremony was solemnly carried on the presence of H.H Swamini Samyuktananda. The tournament was a huge success as 371 players exhibited their mettle and true sportsmanship. The tournament was witnessed by a huge gathering of spectator from all age groups.  We submit the success of this event at the lotus feet of The Master, Param Pujya Swami Chinmayanand ji.

Unto Him Our Best

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