KMV Physics Team acts as a mentor in National Initiative of Government of India

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  • August 1, 2023
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Jalandhar July 31 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- Kanya Maha Vidyalaya (Autonomous) has always been dedicated to fostering innovations in science education to empower students with inclusive growth. Recently, KMV Physics faculty members, Dr. Neetu Verma and Dr. Sangeeta Prasher, were honoured to be invited by Padma Shri Prof. H. C. Verma, a distinguished physicist, to conduct a training program for Physics teachers from Navodaya Vidyalayas in Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and Jammu Kashmir. The four-day workshop, titled “Learning Physics through Life,” took place at the Navodaya Leadership Institute in Amritsar, under the Ministry of Education, Government of India.

This workshop aimed to create a platform for educators from the northern region of India to share knowledge, explore innovative teaching methodologies, and enhance their experimental skills. On the first day of the workshop, Dr. Neetu Verma presented various innovative and research practices that KMV implemented. She enlightened the participants about the best practices imparted to students through various government grants, such as DBT Star Status, FIST, Curie, and Centre of Excellence, among others.

Dr. Verma also shared KMV’s significant achievements

Dr. Verma also shared KMV’s significant achievements in national and international competitions like Toycathon, Smart India Hackathon, Innovesta, and Ideathon, organized by the Ministry of Innovation Cell, Government of India. The students were also impressed to learn about the students’ involvement in Ph.D. programs and the research infrastructure generated through project grants. KMV team also passionately demonstrated various famous physics concepts & covered a wide range of topics, including Bernoulli’s principle, wave motion, expanding space, Lenz’s law, Coanda effect, Pascal’s law, Archimedes’ principle, circular motion, magnetic forces, optics, electricity, and magnetism.

It is pertinent to mention that before organising this workshop, KMV Physics teachers underwent a six-day residential training by Prof. H. C. Verma in Kanpur. As a result, they gained valuable expertise and knowledge, which they gladly shared as mentors during the workshop.Principal Prof. Dr Atima Sharma Dwivedi congratulated the teachers on the successful completion of the training program.

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