Ms. Alisa Eshet Moses, Director at Asian Arab Chamber of Commerce, Israel and Chairperson in International Human Rights Advisory Council & World peace. Inaugurates RVS Music Academy, a center for Indian classical in a grand a, ceremonious function.
For this Indo-Israel cultural exchange program, she traveled from Israel via Dubai and took a 23-hour journey to reach the campus. She was welcomed in a ceremonious function at 10:00 am in the campus by the Managing Trustee – RVS Group, Dr K Senthil Ganesh, Correspondent – Smt. Srividya Senthil, Chief Executive, Shri. Natarajan, The Secretary , Smt. Saramma Samuel, The Secretary , Dr. Nagarani, Dr. Sivakumar, Principal, RVS CAS, Dr. Ayyappadas, Vice Principal, RVS CAS, Mr. Kunjumon, Principal RVS School, Mr. Samaneu Satheesh, Director , Media and Communication RVS Group, Ms. Bahgyalakshmi, Vice Principal RVS School, and others.
The NCC Unit of the College under the guidance of Mr. Deepak offered a grand and ceremonious welcome salute and an honourable reception to the guest.
The Guest inaugurated the Music Academy by lighting the lamp and unveiling the memorial plaque engraving. This was followed by a presentation of Carnatic classical singing by the students led by the Music teacher Ms. Anju Vijayan.
In her inaugural address Ms. Moses spoke at length about the importance of Music in students’ life and how it can help in concentration, focus and retaining peace at heart. This was followed by a symposium for the students on “The connect – between the students and parents in the digital era.” This was really an energizing session for the students especially in the current post pandemic situation for the students. Ms. Moses spoke on the importance of being careful with selecting matters from internet. We need to wise in the selection and careful with what we get – all that glitters is not gold. The morning session was concluded by playing the national anthem of Israel.
Later the day the second symposium was organized for the members of the staff on “The tool box – for a Modern Teacher”. Ms. Moses insisted on understanding our students well before we proceed to teach them anything. This understanding goes a long way in making the teaching learning process very easy. The degree of reception for the students will be at a greater level if the teachers connect them with the students with the key of this understanding. Each student should find a great person in his teacher in whom he can confide 100%. This will make the teaching learning process an easy one and will take our students to unimaginably higher altitude.
The symposium was followed by a very enthusing cultural bonanza with classical music and dances.
The programme ended with a proposal of vote of thanks and Indian National Anthem.