Mangaluru: Virtual online e-camp webinar ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat’ held at St Aloysius College


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Mangaluru, Jun 30: The first ever ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat’ (EBSB) E-camp 2020 was organized by the Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh & Chandigarh Directorate (PHHP&C) along with the Karnataka and Goa Directorate (KAR&GOA).

The camp was conducted through a webinar where a total of 100 cadets from both the host and guest states participated. The guest state (KAR & GOA) had a total of 50 cadets from three different wings of St Aloysius College Mangaluru - Army wing-20, Navy wing-15 AND Air wing-15. It was a six-day virtual online camp from June 22 to June 27. The duration of the camp each day was for 3 hours (10am-1pm).

The organizing committee of Karnataka and Goa directorate was headed by Col A K Sharma, Group commander, Mangaluru NCC group, Col Manoj V U, Commanding Officer 18 Karnataka battalion, Mangaluru assisted by Capt Shakinraj, ANO Army wing, S/Lt Hariprasad shetty, ANO Navy wing and F/O Alwyn Misquith, ANO Air wing of St Aloysius College (Autonomous) NCC sub units.

Day 1 (June 22)

Day 1 started with the introduction for both the states given by Dr Shilpi Ahuja caretaker Air Wing NCC from DAV College which included the purpose of the camp along with the rules and regulations.

Sessions
The FIRST session was on History, Geography, Economy and SWOT of Punjab. Later, followed by History and Geography of Karnataka (Part 1).

There was a 15 min interaction with participants followed by a break of 10 min.

The SECOND was on History, Geography, Economy and SWOT of Haryana. Later, followed by Economy and SWOT of Karnataka.

There was a 15 min interaction with participants followed by a break for 10 min.

The THIRD session was on History, Geography, Economy and SWOT of Himachal Pradesh. Later, followed by History, Geography, Economy and SWOT of Goa.

There was a 15 min interaction with participants.



Day 2 (June 23)

The FIRST session began with the presentation on cultural heritage of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Chandigarh. Later, followed by the presentation on cultural heritage of Karnataka and Goa.

There was a 15 min interaction with the participants followed by a break of 10 min.

The SECOND session began with the presentations on festivals, customs and traditions of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Chandigarh. Later, followed by the presentation on festivals, customs and traditions of Karnataka and Goa.

There was a 15 min interaction with the participants followed by a break of 10 min.

The THIRD session began by learning about cuisine and food habits of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Chandigarh. Later, followed the learning of cuisine and food habits of Karnataka and Goa.

There was a 15 min interaction with the participants.

Day 3 (24 June,2020)

The FIRST session began with origin, script and dialect of Punjabi. Later, followed by the origin, script and dialect of Kannada and Konkani.

There was a 15 min interaction with the participants followed by a break for 10 min.

The SECOND session began with greetings and common sentences in Punjabi. Later, followed by greetings and common sentences in Kannada and Konkani.

There was a 15 min interaction with the participants followed by a break for 10 min.

The THIRD session began with the interaction in language of the host state (PHHP&C). Later, followed by the interaction in language of the host state followed by that of the guest state (Kar&Goa).

There was a 15 min interaction with the participants.

Day 4 (June 25)

The FIRST session began with a cultural/folk song, dance and performance on musical instruments by PHHP&C.

There was a 15 min interaction with the participants followed by a break for 10 min.

The SECOND session began with a cultural/folk song, dance and performance on musical instruments by KAR&GOA.

There was a 15 min interaction with the participants followed by a break of 10 min.

The THIRD session began with the discussion on leadership qualities of selected leaders of the region PHHP&C. Later, followed by discussion on leadership qualities of selected leaders of the region KAR&GOA.

There was a 15 min interaction with the participants.

Day 5 (June 26)

The FIRST session began on Dekho Apna Desh by showing video clippings of historical and tourism sites of PHHP&C. Later, followed by Dekho Apna Desh by showing video clippings of historical and tourism sites of KAR&GOA.

There was a break for 10 min.

The SECOND session began with DEBATE. The topic given was ‘SOCIAL MEDIA IS A BOON’. Four cadets from each PHHP&C and KAR&GOA (two cadets FOR and AGAINST the motion).

There was a break of 10 min.

The THIRD session was QUIZ COMPETITION which was for all the participants of both the directorates.

Day 6 (June 27)

This was the last day of the camp and the most awaited day for all cadets because the winners of the competition were going to be announced. The closing ceremony began with the address by ADG, PHHP&C. Then the announcement of prizes were done. CHM SUDEEP RAJ won third place in DEBATE competition and CDT. MOHAMMED HAYYAN won first place in QUIZ competition. Then there was vote of thanks given by Dr SHILPI AHUJA. Followed by the closing remarks by GROUP COMMANDER, Mangaluru group and Chandigarh group. Later the next meet was open for feedback for all the cadets. Then all were requested to raise for the NCC song and the camp was given the end. 

Feedback

It was indeed a very new experience for everyone who was part of it. Also conducting such a webinar online would not have been possible by the constant support of every ANO's of both the directorates. The cadets hope for more such camps during this pandemic.








  

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