The members of the teaching staff of Degree College are hereby informed that the following Committee has been constituted for the academic year 2018-2019. The Chairmen of concern Committees are requested to plan and start the activities of their respective Committees.
Mr. Sanjay Mishra : - Chairperson
Ms. Jyoti Rajan :- Member
NSS Annual Report - 2017-18: VIEW
Activity Number 02 : Tree Plantation at Wada, Palghar
4th INTERNATIONAL DAY OF YOGA, JUNE 21, 2018
“MEDITATE, RELAX, REJUVENATE” NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME
S.P.D.T. COLLEGE (UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI)
The Fourth International Day of Yoga was celebrated on June 21, 2018 by the National Service Scheme unit of S.P.D.T. College with great enthusiasm. Introductory and practice sessions of Yoga for the same were organized on June 21, 2018 by Brahmakumari’s Rajyoga,J.B.Nagar Centre.
Dr. Alpa started the session with breathing exercise, followed by meditation .Mr. Rajgopal was invited for Laughter Yoga, which was enjoyed by students and staff.
During these sessions the participants were apprised of the concept of yoga and were briefed about its benefits. Various ‘Yoga Asanas’ and ‘Pranayama’ as stated in the Common Yoga Protocol (CYP) given by the Ministry of AYUSH were practiced. The sessions continued nearly for two hours starting from 8 am in the morning and were well attended both by teachers and students alike.
The event on 21st June, 2018 began at 8:00 AM in the Auditorium of the College with a motivating address by the Principal, Dr. Trishla Mehta.
The participants were apprised about the importance of Yoga and the general guidelines for yoga practice were also enumerated. There were a total of Sixty six participants including NSS volunteers and teaching faculty.
As directed by UGC, CYP was broadly followed during the session. The Yoga session commenced with recitation of a prayer which rejuvenated the souls and left a positive effect on mind, body and soul. This was followed by loosening exercises and different postures of Yogasanas, such as, ‘Taadaasan’ , ‘Vajrasana’, ‘Makaarasana’ and ‘Shavaasana’, ‘Kapalabathi’, ‘Bhrahmari Pranayama’and ‘Dhyana’were also performed
While the participants were performing these yoga exercises, they were simultaneously briefed about their benefits and the precautions to be observed. They were also advised to practice Yoga on a daily basis for their overall well-being.
The Yoga session came to an end with a ‘Sankalpa’and ‘Santih patha’.
The participants vowed to practice yoga daily in their life.