PSBB reaches out to local govt. school

Report filed by PSBB School

As a pilot project, P.S.B.B., K. K. Nagar launched its year long Reach Out Programme of enhancing the communicative skills of a batch of over 50 students of Govt. Higher Secondary School, MGR Nagar on June 30, 2008 as a part of the on going golden jubilee celebrations of the school.  

The programme includes a variety of situational training from classroom interaction to telephone conversation, aiming at enhancing their soft skills. 

This venture is a means of translating the dream of Dr. (Mrs.) Y.G.P, Dean & Director , PSBB Group of Schools, to reach out to the community in a bigger way.

 Chandra Srinivasan, Advisor (Academic & Admn.) addressing an audience of young and intent listeners outlined the significance of the programme, in the Golden Jubilee year of the school. 

Indira Vaidyanathan, Principal, P.S.B.B., K. K. Nagar threw light on the importance of spoken English in today’s world and introduced the team to the audience of students and teachers. Earlier, Kanagam, Principal, Govt. Higher Sec. School, welcoming the Heads and faculty of P.S.B.B. K. K. Nagar expressed her conviction that the project would tremendously benefit her students.  

A special mention must be made of the very high level of enthusiasm and motivation among the students identified to be a part of the programme.

Malathy Santhanam and Valsa Balaji Addl.Vice-Principals of the school and senior faculty, English Department and Vijayalakshmi Mahalingam, Headmistress, P.S.B.B., K. K. Nagar highlighted the details of the project and impressed on the young minds the need to feel at home with the visiting teachers.

Notebooks and pens were distributed to mark the occasion.  

The training would be offered by the faculty, English Department for an hour per week, after the school hours.


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