Personality Development Camp (PDC) works to bring out and sharpen the positivity inside us including state of mind, potential to achieve our objectives, learning ability and dependability. Taking this into consideration, a Personality Development Class was conducted on 20th November 2019 for the students of Haleshwor Secondary School. There were total of twenty-nine students. The main concern of this PDC was centered on providing insight about Child Rights and Career Development for the students. The students showed great interest in the topic and were interactive throughout the program.
On the following day, 21st November, 2019, an Eco-club Follow-up program was organized. Eco clubs in schools empower students to participate and take up meaningful environmental activities and projects. The major objective of this follow-up program was to have a systematic evaluation of the effectiveness of the established eco-club of the school. There were twenty-nine students in total who participated in the program. Through this program, it was found out that the lack of guidance of the teachers had caused the students to lose their interests in contributing for the club and eventually, the monitoring for the eco-club had stopped. So, important instructions and information was imparted in students in order to get them to resume their progress for the effectiveness of their eco-club which was briefly followed by an awareness program about ecological degradation.
Lastly, the Parents’ Orientation Program was held on 22nd November, 2019. Only eight parents had managed to attend the program. Since many students lived in rent, the parents could not come to the orientation because they lived away from their children. Despite the less number of parents, the program turned out to be very fruitful. The major grounds of this program were to train parents on the importance of education, participation and community learning.