Indus Valley World School Organised Seminar On Trauma Care

Indus Valley World School organised a seminar on “BLISS – Basic Life Support In Schools” whereDr Saptarshi Saha, Consultant Emergency Medicine, Peerless Hospital addressed the school students to educate them on trauma care.

 

“BLISS – Basic Life Support, if be taught right from school and brought into the syllabus, can help the child learn right from the early age, so that when they are grown up they know how to implement it and think fast and act fast. This will help in saving many lives. Every school should include BLISS in their curriculum. Moreover, continuous practice of every technique under experienced supervision is also necessary. Our mission and vision is to spread this awareness to each of the students so that we can have some experts all around to save lives during emergency”, said Dr Saptarshi Saha, Consultant Emergency Medicine, Peerless Hospital.

 

“We at Indus Valley World School encourage our students to equally focus on education, extracurricular activities as well as boost their life support skills. We have organised this trauma care seminar for students to become responsible citizens in the coming days. As the students don’t know how to react in such difficult situations this seminar will help them understand their immediate roles. We are going to start life skill classes by teachers who are already well trained’”, said Mrs. Anita George, PrincipalIndus Valley World School.

 

Nearly 150 students from class IX & class XI were present in the seminar.

 

About Indus valley World School:

Indus Valley World School, which started in 2008 at the EM Bypass, Kolkata, is engaged in the mission of shaping young minds in their journey of discovery. It is affiliated to the CBSE board. The school imparts education to toddlers and students from first standard to twelfth standard. IVWS is committed to the development of a learning system that uses technology-enabled interaction between the learners and the teachers, emphasizing student-centred learning. The entire building is centrally air conditioned and equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. Students are given a wide exposure to a variety of fields to infuse a spirit of competitiveness and to bring out latent talents. Students are encouraged to partake in a spectrum of co-curricular activities which include Sports, Music (Vocal & Instrumental), Karate & Yoga, Dance, Public Speaking, Dramatics, Extempore, Debate, Elocution, Art & Craft, Creative Writing, Gardening, Non Fire Cookery, Social Work, Cultural Training and Stage Performance. In short, IVWS is a school with a difference, to make a tangible difference in the lives of young learners.

About Indus valley World School:

Indus Valley World School, which started in 2008 at the EM Bypass, Kolkata, is engaged in the mission of shaping young minds in their journey of discovery. It is affiliated to the CBSE board. The school imparts education to toddlers and students from first standard to twelfth standard. IVWS is committed to the development of a learning system that uses technology-enabled interaction between the learners and the teachers, emphasizing student-centered learning. The entire building is centrally air-conditioned and equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. Students are given a wide exposure to a variety of fields to infuse a spirit of competitiveness and to bring out latent talents. Students are encouraged to partake in a spectrum of co-curricular activities which include Sports, Music (Vocal & Instrumental), Karate & Yoga, Dance, Public Speaking, Dramatics, Extempore, Debate, Elocution, Art & Craft, Creative Writing, Gardening, Non Fire Cookery, Social Work, Cultural Training and Stage Performance. In short, IVWS is a school with a difference, to make a tangible difference in the lives of young learners.

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