Two-days Training Programme of Teaching in Non-violent Communication Resolution in Teaching Practices


Gandhi Smriti & Darshan Samiti in association with Mamta Shiksha Samiti organized a two-day seminar on ‘Nonviolent Communication and Non-Violent Conflict Resolution In Teaching Practices Seminar’ held on July 7-8, 2018 at Morar Gwalior Madhya Pradesh. This seminar carried forward the vision of Mahatma Gandhi.

The seminar saw participation by many eminent personalities including social activist, senior lawyers and local personalities. The seminar was also attended by educationalist achievers from different sections of the society. Smt. Shanti Sharma, Secretary Mamta Shisha Samiti and Shri Umesh Chandra Gaur, Chairman CCBOS attended the programme.

Welcoming the participants and distinguished guests, Shri Umesh Chandra Gaur, Chairman CCBOS laid stress on many issues regarding non-violent teaching. Shri Gaur also exhorted the participants to take the oath to follow the non-violent teaching for the students.

Inaugurating the first day of the seminar Smt. Shanti Sharma spoke on the non-violent way of teaching and non-violent conflict resolution and said that these are important factors in today’s world.
Also speaking on various education-related issues were eminent personalities like Shri Devendra Bhargava, Chairman Mamta Shiksha Samiti, Smt. Seema Bhargava (BAC) M.P. Gov., Smt. Mamta Chaturvedi, Member Vigilance and Monitoring, M.P. Gov.

The second day of the seminar was presided over by Shri Umesh Chandra Gaur. He raised many vital issues concerning education with non-violence. Some of the important personalities who attended the second day of the seminar included Ms. Rekha Sharma and Ms. Nisha Bhargava. Issues such as violence in teaching practices, students engaged in bullying, pressure on education, etc.

At the end of the seminar, awards were also given to exceptional educationalist including Ms. Seema Bhargava (BAC) M.P. Gov.; Smt. Mamta Chaturvedi.