Student's Week

Students' Week Celebration 2024

Gokhale Memorial Girls' College observed Students' Week (a Government of West Bengal initiative) from 2 January '24, Tuesday to 8 January '24, Monday. The studentsí participation was fairly good and the schedule was as follows: View Report


Students' Week Celebration 2023

STUDENTS' WEEK, a Government of West Bengal initiative was celebrated by Gokhale Memorial Girls' College, from 3 January, Monday to 7 January, Saturday. Students' Welfare Subcommittee organised the programme, taking help from other committees as well.

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The schedule was as follows:

2 January 2023

1 pm - 2 pm, a Students' Credit Card and Scholarships Awareness Camp was held.
Venue was LT 2 and 3
Scholarship committee of GMGC organized the Scholarship Awareness Camp as a part of the celebration of Students' Week activities. Thirty-two students and two teachers participated in this programme. Dr. Md. Iqbal Sultan and Dr. Sariful Islam, members of Scholarship Committee focused on State Govt. sponsored different scholarship like Swami Vivekananda Merit-Cum Means scholarship, West Bengal Chief Minister Relief Fund scholarship, Aikyashree (Swami Vivekananda Merit-Cum Means scholarship for minorities and Post Matric Scholarship) and Post Matric scholarship for SC/ST and OBC students. The speakers elaborately discussed the eligibility criteria and application procedures and several students also submitted the hardcopies of their application forms of SVMCM. During the interactive session the participants put forward their questions to the speakers and their queries were resolved satisfactorily.
A Student Credit Card Awareness Camp was also held simultaneously. The program started at 1 pm with thirty-one students. Dr. Anangamohan Panja, Nodal Officer, discussed the befits of the said Scheme together with the eligibility criteria. He also discussed the application procedure, documents required for the application etc. Future perspectives of the scheme were discussed during the interactive session and Dr. Panja encouraged the students to avail of the benefits of the scheme.

3 January 2023

1 pm - 2 pm, a Group Counselling of Semester 1 students was organised by Gokhale Memorial Girls' College. A session on mental health and well-being for the students was conducted by college counsellor Ms. Yashabanti Sreemany. The entire discussion was on mental health, mental illness, stigma and discrimination associated with mental health. In addition, students were also informed about indication or warning signs of mental illness and ways to overcome from the same.
For young adults the transition into adulthood can be a stressful as they have to become more independent and make important decisions regarding their future. Ms. Sreemany assured them that,
to improve mental health conditions, society should be non- judgmental and open- minded. A support network group is also required if a person felt overwhelmed.
Most importantly being responsible citizens it is our duty to create awareness of mental health issues for a better future.

4 January 2023

a Bakery workshop was conducted by Alumni Association of the college in collaboration with Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics department. 47 students wanted to participate, of which 20 could be accommodated in two batches of 10 in the CNDV laboratory.
First slot - 10 am to 1 pm
Second slot - 2 pm to 5 pm
Ms. Tahira Rahab gave a special lecture and students made Truffle cakes and cookies with great enthusiasm.

5 January 2023

 2-3 pm, a "Word game with Slogan writing" (Inter departmental) competition was arranged by Students' Welfare subcommittee. 14 Departments sent teams of two students and it turned out to be a close contest between teams. Students thoroughly enjoyed the game and prizes were won by Departments. This Game was intended to build up team spirit and to encourage enthusiastic participation in such competitions in the future.
The Venue was LT - 2.

6 January 2023

1 pm onwards -there was a Session on vocational training with job oriented courses and financial literacy awareness.
Venue was LT 2 and 3.
As part of Students' Week Programme, ICICI Foundation conducted an awareness programme; ICICI representative Mainak Chakraborty stressed several aspects of digital and financial literacy and how they could be instrumentalized in the career progression of our students. The talk was followed by an interactive session where students raised some pertinent questions and made important observations related to digital and financial literacy. In overall estimation, it was a very fruitful discussion for the students and sensitized them to the nuances of career progress in this field.

7 January 2023

Parents Teachers' Meet of Semester 1 students were conducted by respective Departments in their designated rooms, marking a successful end to the Students' Week programme.
 


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