Exam heat is in the air. Students are all in a frenzy with the ongoing pre-board examinations and annual examinations that will begin next month. With pressure from parents and teachers around, it is natural for children to be stuck in a stressful situation before the exams. Get ready to take your mind off this exam crunch and relax for a while. Come this Sunday and get friendly with your portions.
Protecting Innocence with Commitment (PINC), a non-profit, non-religious NGO is organising ‘INSPIRE’, a one-day interactive workshop and a DJ party bash at SOS Village, Aluva. Along with girl students from various schools from Kochi, the programme will see children from four orphanages namely Maria Palana, St Mary’s Orphanage, Sree Narayana Sevika Samajam and SOS Village. The workshop which is conducted with the aim to help students face exams with confidence and determination will have motivational speaker Nutan Manohar talking on stress management and how to overcome exam fear.
After this session, students will be asked to scream out, release themselves and raise their energy levels with DJ Nandini, who will be make the girls dance to the tunes of their choice.
For the workshop, participants should bring with them, a pair of bed sheets, snacks to share with friends and lots of energy to blast for the DJ party. And the workshop discourages children not to bring with them, the thought that ‘it’s already late, no one can help me and I am never going to make it’ thoughts.
The workshop will start at 2 pm and will conclude at 6 pm. Interested students should report before 1.30 pm. For registration and enquiries call at 9947013331, 9895395680, 9388894861
All the expenses for the event are incurred by Blossom who sponsor Inspire activities of PINC
PINC is a non-profit organisation which took birth in Calcutta in the mother house of the Missionaries of Charity on April 19, 2009 with the help of the Mother Teresa sisters to reach out to children and their problems. Some of the projects of PINC include saving children from abortion, helping out children with learning disabilities by various motivational techniques and caring of aged people with the help of children who reach out to PINC.