31th July & 1st August : A very successful and Impactful E-RYLA For Interactors on Zoom Platform:
RCPM conducted a 2 days e-RYLA for Interactors and students of 7th to 10th std on a really important subject in the prevailing times – “Techniques to Improve Concentration”.
Our chief guest for the inaugural session on Day 1 was District Interact Chair Rtn. PP Asha Amonkar. District officials like Dist Youth Director Gauri Shikarpur, Dist RYLA Chair Anand Mahurkar, dist RYLA co-chair Dr. Shantanu Deshpande, Dist Youth Avenue secretary Sameer Mohire also graced the event with their presence. From RCPM, we had Pres Sneha, Secy Surekha, Youth Director Amita Nene, Madhavi Chouhan, Rajas Phadke, Rajendra Erande, Nayana Joshi, Avinash & Ashwini Joshi, SPDP, Makarand & Yogeshree Phadke, Padma Shahane, Mukund Chiplunkar, Vaidehi Jog and some more of our members join us for the inaugural and the sessions on both the days.
The program was anchored by Madhavi Chouhan, and the day 1 starting with a Welcome note by Youth Director Amita followed by an address by Pres. Sneha and the keynote address by our Chief Guest.
The program was conducted by Anubhuti Team – Sameer Khadye and Jui. The sessions began on a very vibrant note with the facilitators engaging the participants from the very start.
All the 4 sessions had some very useful tips not just for the children but for all age groups. The facilitators emphasized the need to improve concentration and guided the participants with different ways they can achieve it. Students got some very important takeaways like the kaizen technique for imbibing self-discipline, the need of sharpening one’s axe frequently, the importance of learning new things continuously. Finally, the participants learnt the 9 healthy habits of the brain and 10 day-to-day activities that can improve focus and concentration.
We had phenomenal response to our event with the participants’ number going up to 217. Students were very cooperative and participated wholeheartedly in all the activities. They were attentive and enjoyed the sessions thoroughly. They asked very relevant and interesting questions to the facilitators.
The program ended with a quick recap of the 2 days’ sessions by MOC Madhavi and a comprehensive vote of thanks by Youth Dir Amita. The methodical organization as well as the well thought out topic of the event has drawn a lot of
accolades to the RCPM Youth team from the District officers.
Report by Director Youth Avenue Rtn Amita Nene