Celebrating National Girl Child Day in Ludhiana West

24th January 2021: To celebrate the girl child, Satya Bharti Schools of Ludhiana (West) celebrated National Girl Child Day with the children of the Schools, virtually.

The National Girl Child Day is celebrated in India every year on January 24th. It was started by the Ministry of Women and Child Development and the Government of India in 2008, with the purpose to spread awareness among people about all the inequalities girls face in Indian society.

To mark the day’s importance, many activities were organized, including slogan writing, drawing and essay writing, and so on and so forth. Children expressed, through various forms of arts, their messages on the topic ‘Save the Girl Child’ with an aim to spread awareness on the inequalities girl child might have to face. The Village Sarpanch also took an oath regarding Girl Child Education to ensure when it came to education, no girl child is left behind.

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Job Description Academic Mentor

  • To support School Heads / Principals and strengthen the curriculum planning, delivery and class room transaction process for improved effectiveness.
  • To optimize usage and improvement of school’s infrastructure and facilities especially working toilets, functional library, computer labs, Science labs and energized classrooms.
  • To activate critical processes such as sports, drawing and other student cantered activities and events.
  • To smoothen academic operations throughout the year and also non-academic operations viz sports day, annual day, republic day, community volunteering, PTM etc.
  • To support teachers through interactive sessions.
  • To conduct subject wise week in schools for Science, English and Math linked with the annual curriculum.
  • To extend technical support to teachers on subject specific skills.
  • To support on difficult concepts and conduct specific need-based refresher training.
  • To extending support in planning the entire academic year including curriculum rollout, remedial, assessments and processes for ongoing monitoring and mentoring.
  • Candidates should aware about local language.