Intellectual development and education system

Early childhood, defined by Medline Plus as the preschool years and earlier, is a time of rapid intellectual development. According to the World Health Organization, it is the most important stage of development, and more than 200 million children in early childhood do not reach their full cognitive potential. An understanding of the cognitive milestones you can expect your child to reach, along with the knowledge of what he needs in order to thrive, can help you know if he is on the right track.Finding the importance, Social work students of Amrita Vishwa vidyapeetham Amritapuri campus jointly organize a one day seminar in association with S.S samithy Institute of Education Research and Development (SIERAD).

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On 9 th October 2014 at St.John’s High’s School Eravipuram on the topic “Intellectual Development and Education System “.The seminar was inaugurated by smt. Charllet A.(The former principal of St. Johns  H.S Eravipuram) the meeting held upon by  the presidential address of Sri J .John( The school principal) and  the felicitation speech done by Dr.Rajeev M.,(H.O.D Amrita vishwa vidhyapeetham ), Sri francis xavier (managing trusty S.S Samithy , Fr.Mathew Thankachan ,Sri Nishanth M.(Faculty, Department of Social Work ) and the students of Amritha vishwa vidyapeetham ( Deepthy.T, Anju G.R) vote of thanks given by Sri pritt .p (staff representative) and the class section handled by Smt. Lekshmi Haavin ( MA,M .Ed,in Psychology,and motivational speaker and corporate trainer) the seminar begins at 9.30 am and it finish iby 1.30 pm. GOMZ0714

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