About the Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti
Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti (GSDS) was formed in September 1984 by the merger of Gandhi Darshan at Rajghat and Gandhi Smriti, at 5, Tees January Marg as an autonomous body, and is functioning under the constructive advice and financial support from the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. The Prime Minister of India is its Chairperson and it has a nominated body of senior Gandhians and representatives of various government departments to guide it in its activities. The basic aim and objective of the Samiti are to propagate the life, mission and thought of Mahatma Gandhi through various socio-educational and cultural programmes.
About the Course
The Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti (GSDS) is offering an interesting online course Orientation course on Nonviolent Communication.
The Samiti has been imparting training in Nonviolent Communication for all sections of the society- right from students to judicial officers and civil servants. Nonviolent Communication is a powerful tool of effective communication that helps individuals to connect and engage with not only themselves but their families, friends and the society at large. It is based on pillars of Gandhian Nonviolence- mutual respect, understanding, acceptance, appreciation and compassion.
Nonviolent Communication not only helps in emotional bridge-building but also is an important tool to resolve disputes and conflicts. If we nurture the habit of using nonviolent communication in our daily lives, we will be able to overcome many problems in our families and society.
The following is the course structure:
- What is Nonviolent Communication?
- Elements of Nonviolent Communication
- Practicing Nonviolent Communication in our daily lives
There is no age limit, anyone can do this course.
- Identity proof will be needed of the participants at the time of submission.
- Complete detail requires of the participant like, father’s name, mother’s name, address, contact number, email id, and institution name.
- There is no time limit.
- No word limit of reflection exercise.
- Participants are required send their answers in PDF or word format only.
Once the reader completely reads & understands these volumes then he/she is requested to share in-depth all that he/she has grasped, then share their reflections to the 7 questions. Click here to read the questions.
The participant will get a certificate after completion and submission of the reflection of the course.
For any queries, connect to:
Dr Vedabhyas Kundu,
Programme Officer(Course Incharge)
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