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Workshop on Smart Guru'Z

Smart Guru’Z
Guru and God both appear before me. To whom I should prostrate? 
I bow before Guru who introduce God to me – Kabir 

Guru’z are the men and women of power WHO can generate courage, hope, enthusiasm, confidence, trust and faith, by which they are given the fine intelligence to see the vision and the practical skill to make the vision real. The unique two day work shop is based on the four concepts of GURU, TANTRA, AVATHAR and PARAMPARA.


GURU is the concept in which the key concentration would be making of the real guru, the values and visions which would be over looked with the vintage of vocation. Tantra is the technique where listening, initiating, communicating and transactional analysis fall in place. Avathar would explain the key roles and responsibilities which is required for the effective performance. Parampara is ther script, where you map what you want as a professional.


These programs are therapeutic. 
It explains the correct use of both the receptive and active elements of the mental nature, and instructs the Trainers who are undergoing the training in the recognition of opportunity. It strengthens the will and reasoning powers, and teaches the cultivation and best uses of imagination, desire, the emotions and the intuitional faculty. The focus will be on necessity to have a certain number of thoughts on a given subject in order to bring about a complete change in the physical organization of a man.


All power is from within, and is absolutely under ones control; it comes through exact Knowledge and by the voluntary exercises of exact principles. Training Dynamic facilitate the trainee to incorporate knowledge and skills learnt during the training period.


The objective of the course is to provide teachers with techniques for accelerating students’ growth as scientific writers and thinkers. “Content Development and Lesson Planning using ICT” helped participants to apply ICT meaningfully in teaching & learning activities, enabling them to plan lessons more effectively. Developing content and preparing learning materials, and integrating active learning methods


Benefits a person can attain from the course:
  • Promote learner participation and involvement by using effective questioning techniques in a training session. 
  • Define the factors that promote learning. 
  • Understand the difference between training and presenting information. 
  •  Overcome difficult situations or problems which can occur during training sessions. 
  • Confidently deliver effective training sessions. 
  • Select and utilize effective visual aids to support your training sessions.
Personal benefits attained:
  • Clearly identify the requirements of his/her role as the profession of GURU. 
  • Evaluate personal training strengths and areas to work on. 
  • Personally strengthen the minds of the Gurus to deal with difficult situations in life. 
  • Positive approach is deep routed in the minds of the participants making them face life much easier and productive.
Training on E waste: 

Rapid changes in technology, changes in media, falling prices and planned obsolescence have resulted in a fast growing supply of electronic waste or known as E waste around the globe.

An estimated 50 million tons of a e waste are produced every year and it’s a great challenge in handling the disposal of E waste year after year.

The training would cover an introduction as to what are E wastes. How do we identify these wastes in our surrounding in an office, industry, house act? Why is it necessary for us to manage the E waste? Currently, nothing mandates that the individual and the organization have to deal with the waste electronics in a particular way, and won’t be penalized even when accumulation of e-waste in storeroom, dump it in the backyard or in landfills. But, here are a few reasons why e-waste management is critical requirement.

Electronic products like computers and mobile phones contain toxins that can leach out into soil and damage the environment. Thus, they need to be recycled cautiously.

The heavy metals in a e-waste such as lead, mercury, etc., pose environmental and health problems. For instance, beryllium, a toxic metal, can cause damage to lungs. Recycling units are competent enough to carefully dismantle and recycle the products.

E-waste takes a very long time to biodegrade, which means that it will consume landfill space for reused for some other purposes.

Invariably, organizations are either not aware of the hazardous effects of e-waste or don’t pay so much heed to this aspect. Often, people are aware of the harmful effects, but they still don’t opt for e-waste recycling because of the costs associated with it. “Hence, more often than not, organizations sell the e-waste to scrap dealers for a few pennies. They don’t even think about how this harms the environment,” 

The training would elaborate on the health hazards caused by various electronic part/assemblies, how to identify the aspect – impact and to go about taking corrective actions.

This training would elaborate on various regulatory compliances that are required to be adhered to in manufacturing industries, offices etc.

The participants would get an exposure in the dealing with 3R that is reduce, reuse and recycle which has been concept that has been targeted in production and consumption. These ideas are applied to the entire lifecycles of products and services – from design and extraction of raw materials to transport, manufacture, use, dismantling/reuse and disposal.

There would many case studies that would be discussed during the training which would give the participants a better exposure in safe handling of E waste.

Benefit’s to the individual:

Waste prevention is perhaps more preferred to any other waste management option including recycling. Donating electronics for reuse extends the lives of valuable products and keep them out of the waste management system for a longer time. But care should be taken while donating such items i.e. the items should be working condition.

Reuse, in addition to being an environmentally preferable alternative, also benefits society. By donating used electronics, schools, non-profit organizations, and lower-income families can afford to use equipment that they otherwise could not afford.

E-waste should never be disposed with garbage and other household wastes. This should be segregated at the site and sold or donated to various organizations.

This would help the individuals to understand that while purchasing electronic products they would opt for those:
  • Are made with fewer toxic constituents 
  • Use recycled content 
  • Are energy efficient 
  • Are designed for easy upgrading or disassembly 
  • Utilize minimal packaging 
  • Offer leasing or take back options 
  • Have been certified by regulatory authorities. Customers should opt for upgrading their computers or other electronic items to the latest versions rather than buying new.


Benefits to Participants after completion of training:

The participants after completion of this training would be ready to continue to:
  • Inventory management – Proper control over the materials used in the manufacturing process is an important way to reduce waste generation. By reducing both the quantity of hazardous materials used in the process and the amount of excess raw materials in stock, the quantity of waste generated can be reduced. This can be done in two ways i.e. establishing material-purchase review and control procedures and inventory tracking system. 
  •  Production and process modifications – Changes can be made in the production process, which will reduce waste generation. This reduction can be accomplished by changing the materials used to make the product or by the more efficient use of input materials in the production process or both. Potential waste minimization techniques can be broken down into three categories:
  1. Improved operating and maintenance procedures, 
  2. Material changed and 
  3. Process-equipment modification.
  • Volume reduction – Volume reduction includes those techniques that remove the hazardous portion of a waste from a non-hazardous portion. These techniques are usually to reduce volume, and thus the cost of disposing of a waste material. The techniques that can be used to reduce waste-stream volume can be divided into 2 general categories: source segregation and waste concentration. 
  • Recovery and reuse – This technique could eliminate waste disposal costs, reduce raw material costs and provide income from a saleable waste. Waste can be recovered on-site, or at an off-site recovery facility, or through inter industry exchange. A number of physical and chemical techniques are available to reclaim a waste material such as reverse osmosis, electrolysis, condensation, electrolytic recovery, filtration, centrifugation etc. For example, a printed-circuit board manufacturer can be use electrolytic recovery to reclaim metals from copper and tin-lead plating bath. 
  • Sustainable product design – Rethink the product design, use of renewable materials and energy, use of non-renewable materials that are safer.
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