Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Art of Living, eSys extends hand to underprivileged children
eSys, Art of Living reaches out to slum children
AOL, eSys’s initiative in slum areas
AOL, eSys holds workshop for slum youngsters
Chandigarh, February 17,2010
Art of Living and eSys Information Technologies Pvt. Ltd has taken an initiative holding workshop for youngsters from age group 14 years to 18 years through AOL’s YES course.
Deepa Sharma, Art of Living teacher said that the course would cover children from under-privileged section including areas of Colony No.5, Burail and others. Students of Sikhya School, Sector 46-A, Chandigarh are being taught to take care of their state of mind during this age at this four day workshop that concludes on February 20.
Sonia Channi, Principal, Sikhya School said that YES course/ workshop charges Rs.1250 per participant, but specifically for students of Sikhya School this course is available free of cost. “We are working for development of children of under-privileged strata of the society. These children are given free education, books, meal etc,” she said.
“School and AOL wanted to reach to slum children for which the cost of course was reduced to Rs 200 per head. Now with eSys Information Technologies Pvt Ltd sponsoring the event, children have benefit of taking it free of cost,” added Sanju Laroia Vice President eSys India.
YES course helps children deal with character building, emotion handling, exam stress, inter-personal relations and confidence building that remain in focus during this workshop.
The key component of event would be Sudarshan Kriya invented by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar that arms participants with tool to distress themselves and makes minds creative, innovative leading to overall personality development.