Moral education – Moral education plays a vital role in building a personality of an individual. It tells you what is right and wrong, if implemented in a systematic way. It awakens your conscious mind which helps you to decide which path will lead you in the right direction.
This project encompasses over 6 major subjects-
Fundamental rights –
The Fundamental rights are defined as the basic human rights of all citizens. These rights, defined in Part III of the Constitution, applied irrespective of race, place of birth, religion, caste, creed, or gender. They are enforceable by the courts, subject to specific restrictions. The Fundamental rights are defined as the moral obligations of all citizens to help promote a spirit of patriotism and to uphold the unity of India. The Fundamental Rights had its origin in the Indian independence movement, which strove to achieve the values of liberty and social welfare as the goals of an independent Indian state. There are five fundamental rights-
1) Right to equality
2) Right to freedom
3) Right to freedom of religion
4) Cultural and educational rights
5) Right to constitutional remedies
Good touch-bad touch -
There is no reason to constantly fear for the safety of your child; however, as long as the likelihood of danger remains, you must educate your child about the various kinds of touch they can experience. An unwanted touch can appear in any form, and it need not be limited to sexual abuse. Even something as mild as a hug or caress from a relative might be unwanted. It does not matter if the touch seems fine to you; it matters only that your child is comfortable with it. The distinction you must make is this: Good touch is physical contact that they are comfortable with and bad touch is physical contact that makes them uncomfortable.
We have some strategies that we use to explain in deep about good touch and bad touch and also make them aware about how they can call police specially formed for this law (protection of child against sexual offence, act 2012). 1098- child helpline no.
Health and Hygiene -
One personal benefit of good hygiene is having better health. Keeping your body clean helps prevent illness and infection from bacteria or viruses. Like in our example, the simple act of washing your hands regularly is an effective way to keep germs from spreading.
Many people equate hygiene with 'cleanliness,' but hygiene is a broad term. It includes such personal habit choices as how frequently to take a shower or bathe, wash hands, trim fingernails, and change and wash clothes. It also includes attention to keeping surfaces in the home and workplace, including bathroom facilities, clean and pathogen-free.
Some regular hygiene practices may be considered good habits by a society, while the neglect of hygiene can be considered disgusting, disrespectful, or threatening. The terms cleanliness and hygiene are often used interchangeably, which can cause confusion. In general, hygiene refers to practices that prevent spread of disease-causing organisms. Cleaning processes (e.g., hand washing) remove infectious microbes as well as dirt and soil, and are thus often the means to achieve hygiene.
Traffic rules -
General Rules Keep Left on a two-way road to allowtraffic from the opposite direction to pass on your right and on a one-way road to allow vehicles behind you to overtake from your right.
Basic traffic rules and manners. Always be attentive to and consider pedestrians and other vehicles around you. While driving, remember that pedestrians have the right of way over cars. Senior citizens are involved in a number of traffic accidents every year.
Few basic rules-
• Know Your Signals. ...
• Stop, Look, And Cross. ...
• Pay Attention – Listen. ...
• Don't Run On Roads. ...
• Always Use Sidewalks. ...
• Crossroads and Pedestrian Crossing. ...
• Never Stick Hands outside the Vehicle. ...
• Never Cross Road at Bends.
under this we teach them the basics of our country, how it was formed, current dignitaries of nation, importance of diversity, spirituality of this nation and importance of being an Indian.
Meditation is a practice where an individual uses a technique – such as mindfulness, or focusing their mind on a particular object, thought or activity – to train attention and awareness, and achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state.