New Delhi, Apr 24: Rishihood University has announced the launch of an integrated programme focused on lifelong learning and coping skills especially designed for individuals planning to pursue higher education as well as educators in the field.
The initiative aims to inculcate and touch upon the importance of “Holistic Development” skills. The webinar series aims at focusing on developing healthy coping mechanisms, instilling a sense of responsibility and acquisition of new skills during the ongoing lockdown. The initiative kicks off with a special session hosted by Rishi Nityapragya Ji, Director of Programmes at the Art of Living Foundation, on the topic of 'Spirituality in Education' with the long term objective of devising a “happiness curriculum” for students, parents and faculty.
The second session will be driven by Dr Ali Irani, former chief physiotherapist of the Indian National Cricket team and well known Bollywood stars on how to effectively maintain an active lifestyle despite ongoing lockdown. Future sessions are also planned with Shrikant Iyengar, physiotherapist of Indian Hockey Team, Dr Vishal Rao, Regional Director, Head Neck Surgical Oncology and Robotic Surgery and Associate Dean for Centre of Academic Research at HealthCare Global (HCG) Cancer Centre in Bangalore, among others.(UNI)