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MENTORS-EMMA

*PARAMJEET GILL ,CHIEF  COORDINATOR

*SAPNA KUSHWAHA ,COORDINATOR 

  MENTOR :-

*POOJA MATHUR 

*KAJAL PATYAL 

*SATINDER KAUR 

*AMARJEET KAUR 

*ANITA YADAV  

*JASMEET KAUR  

*DIKSHA ARORA 

*PRIYANKA SHARMA 

*HARDEEP KAUR  

*INDU TANEJA  

*MOKSHIKA SHARMA  

*SATNAM KAUR

*GURDEESH KAUR

*NEERU  

*RANI  

*NANCY BAJAJ  

*ARTI SAPPAL  

*TAVINDER KAUR 

*SUNITA SHARMA

*MADHU

*GURMEET 

*AMRIT KAUR

Emma

Anthroposophy

April 28, 2014

Education is divided into three development stages: 
a)Early childhood, where teachers offers practical activities and a healthy environment.
b) Elementary, which is primarily art-based, centered on the teachers creative jurisdiction.
And secondary, which seeks to develop the judgement, reasoning and …

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YADEVI is a Girl Development & Empowerment Movement to create Modesty among the Girls by enhancing skills.  The Yadevi movement is a Revolution as a response to the needs of young women committed to equal opportunity for all Girls without regard to sex, age, race, ethnicity, color, religion, creed, national origin, marital status, gender expression, disability or sexual orientation.

At Yadevi, we believe that all girls are inherently strong, smart, and bold, but need help overcoming society’s messages and pressures that make them doubt their self worth. Girls gain confidence when they are encouraged to set achievable goals, explore their worlds, and dream beyond their realities. Girls feel most empowered when they are educated and taught modesty  in their lives to lead them to discover that their potential is limitless and reinforce that their accomplishments will always be celebrated.

At Yadevi, girls learn to set and achieve goals, boldly confront challenges, resist peer pressure, see education as attainable, and explore nontraditional fields.

The Shelvin College statutes set out the composition of Yadevi symposium. The Shelvin College Girl Student Society is known as ‘Yadevi Symposium ’. It consists of a Program director, Mentor and Minimum two AF. 

Yadevi

Anthroposophy

April 28, 2014

Education is divided into three development stages: 
a)Early childhood, where teachers offers practical activities and a healthy environment.
b) Elementary, which is primarily art-based, centered on the teachers creative jurisdiction.
And secondary, which seeks to develop the judgement, reasoning and …

Read more

BLOG BY POOJA MATHUR -EMMA

Anthroposophy

April 28, 2014

Education is divided into three development stages: 
a)Early childhood, where teachers offers practical activities and a healthy environment.
b) Elementary, which is primarily art-based, centered on the teachers creative jurisdiction.
And secondary, which seeks to develop the judgement, reasoning and practical idealism. -Rudolf Steiner