Value Education Cell
Why Human Value & Professional Ethics?
Education is the key determinant of how the student utilizes the skills imparted for self-centered purposes or also for broader societal & environmental good. Human education facilitates human conduct and the development of humane society, otherwise education results in inhuman conduct and degradation of society and environment. We are witness to the conduct exhibited by the students, not only here, but world-wide. Due to lack of right understanding we have reached a point where we can clearly see the results of our collective education system problems such as pollution, resource depletion, and extinction of animals, global warming, terrorism and even threats to the human race on earth.
This need for value based education has been repeatedly highlighted by various commissions and expert committees on education (Dr. Radhakrishnan, Dr. Kothari, UNESCO declaration on service to society and so on).
The scope of education is to understand ones purposefulness or goal, both as an individual, as well as a society. Education should facilitate students to have the understanding, commitment, competence and the practice of living with definite Human conduct and to participate in the development of a humane society.
Education must be clearly about understanding (what to do?), learning skills (how to do?) and practicing the understanding & skills, leading to fulfillment of human purpose. Understanding of what to do, what is valuable is required and learning how to do is also required. Both are required. Human education must enable the student to (in order of priority):
- Develop Right Understanding By sharing the understanding of what to do (Value Education)
- Develop Right Skills by teaching how to do (Technical Education)
- Practice Right living during the period of education.
- Living in relationship with human being leading to mutual happiness.
- Living in relationship with rest-of-nature leading to mutual prosperity
Over a period of time, such value-based education can contribute to the development of a humane society. The department will contribute, through Value Education, to the world view that is required for a humane society.
Team Members of VE Cell
Chairperson, VE Cell
Prof. (Dr.) Monica Mehrotra (Director)
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Prof. (Dr.) Amita Singh Bhal
Head, Applied Sciences & Humanities
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Mobile Number: 8840772021
Prof. (Dr.) Ravi Khare
Group Coordinator, Ist Year
Department of Applied Sciences & Humanities
Dr. Vinita Shukla
Department of Applied Sciences & Humanities
Mrs. Vidhu Tripathi
Department of Applied Sciences & Humanities
Mr. Saurabh Bhutani
Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
Mr. P. K. Mall
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Ms. Deepika Pandey
Department of Information Technology
Mrs. Divya Sharma
Department of PC & Humanities
Student Induction Program for the B. Tech. First Year Students(Academic Session 2020-2021)
Value Education Cell, BBDEC organized Student Induction Program from 8th January- 23rd January 2021. The inaugural session started with the welcome speech given by the Prof. (Dr.) Amita Singh Bhal,Convener, VE Cell, BBDEC. She welcomed all the first year students and other dignitaries. Prof. (Dr.) Monica Mehrotra,Director, BBDEC addressed the students and Resource person Mohit Srivastava Ji on Day 1 of the Induction program.
- Day 1 started with the session of Universal Human Values taken by Mr. Mohit Srivastava Ji, Resource person, VE Cell, AKTU, Lucknow. He discussed about human aspirations, concerns of the individuals. He said that human’s basic aspirations are happiness (mutual fulfillment) and prosperity (mutual prosperity). Happiness is ensured by the relationships with other human beings and prosperity is ensured by working on physical facilities.
- Day 2 was a continuation session taken by Mr. Mohit Srivastava Ji and he talked about exploration of Self and Body. He explained that the needs of the body are physical in nature, whereas the needs of the self (‘I’) are not physical in nature- like trust, respect, happiness etc. the needs of ‘I’ are continuous in time, unlike the need of the body, which is temporary in time. Humans want happiness continuously.
- Day 3 & 4 were based on physical activities of yoga, asana and pranayama which were taken by Mrs. VasudhaMokakshiJi&Mrs. VidyaTakshandeJi from BhartiyaYogVidyapeeth, Aurangabad. They highlighted how yoga and pranayama has proven an effective method for improving health in addition to prevention and management of diseases. The components of yoga which are very commonly applied for health benefits are asanas (physical postures), pranayama (regulated breathing) and meditation. In the context of asanas, yoga resembles more of a physical exercise, which may lead to the perception that yoga is another kind of physical exercise.
- Day 5 started with discussion by Prof. Y.P. Bala Kishore Ji on digital detoxification. He explained that Digital detox refers to a period of time when a person voluntarily refrains from using digital devices such as smartphones, computers, and social media platforms and showed a short video clip on this topic. Another spiritual session was taken by SushriChhayaDidi on meditation. Meditation plays a vital role in cleansing the negative emotions in a person. The oraganizer of these two sessions were Sushri B.K JaishreeDidi.
- Day 6 began with a session taken by Prof. DishadHussainJi, UCER, Prayagraj who talked about Feelings in Universal Human Values. He gave a detailed explanation of nine feelings (values), or expectation of feelings (values), in relationship: of oneself (I) for the other self (I). These feelings (values) can be recognized as Trust, Respect, Affection, Care, Guidance, Glory, Reverence, Gratitude and Love and they are definite (9 Feelings), their fulfilment and evaluation leads to mutual happiness.
- Day 7 started with a lecture taken by Prof. B.N. Pandey Ji, AKGEC, Ghaziabad on the right understanding of harmony in human beings. He explained how harmony is usually identified as a human value, referring to compatibility and accord in feelings, actions, relationships, opinions, interests, etc. denoting a state of balance among forces influencing and even opposing one another.
- Day 8 started with a session taken by Prof. (Dr.) SharmilaAsthanaJi, VE, Cell, AKTU. She spoke about Sanyam, that refers to a feeling of responsibility for nurturing, protecting and right utilizing the body, when the body is fit to act according to the need of the self (I) and there is harmony among the parts of the body, it is referred to as health or swasthya. She has also correlated health with self.
- Day 9 began with a session taken by Dr. Vinita Shukla Ji who discussed about Family in Universal Human Values. She explained how Family is the basis on which values are built. Moral values such as truthfulness, happiness, peace, justice are inculcated in children’s thoughts, feelings and actions and they function as ideals and standards that govern their actions in their life.
- Day 10 started with a lecture taken by Dr. Amita Singh BhalJi, BBDEC who spoke about Society in relation to Universal Human Values. She discussed common human values as: brotherhood, friendship, empathy, compassion, and love; openness, listening, welcoming, acceptance, recognition, and appreciation; honesty, fairness, loyalty, sharing, and solidarity. She said Family and Society plays a significant role in shaping moral values of child. There is a strong bonding between the parents and children, which determines the personality of child.
- Day 11 started with a session taken by Prof. (Dr.) Upasana Mishra, IPEC, Ghaziabad who spoke about human being is co-existence of the body and the self ‘jivan’. She said that Human being is a combination of the sentiment ‘I’ and material body. Human beings are a complex combination of the sentiment ‘I’ which relates to all the feelings and the material ‘body’ which refers to all the physical facilities available to them.
- Day 12 began with a session on proficiency module of literary knowledge taken by Prof. (Dr.) Sukhada, IIT, BHU. She talked about the technicality of Sanskrit language and its application in coding which was used by our Maharishi in ancient times.
- Day 13 started with a session taken by Prof. (Dr.) Rajath Vasudevamurthy, BMS Engineering College, Bangalore. He talked about the History of Science and Indian Knowledge System.
The concluding note of Student Induction Program was given by Prof. (Dr.) Ravi Khare and the entire event was hosted by Mrs. VidhuTripathi and Ms. Deepika Pandey.
|S. No.||Activity Name||Dates||Place|
|1||ONLINE Student Induction Programme Academic Session 2020-2021||8th January 2021 to 23rd January 2021||BBDEC, Lucknow|
|2||ONLINE Webinar on MISSION SHAKTI: Ending Violence against Women and Children||27th October 2020||BBDEC, Lucknow|
|3||ONLINE Webinar on International Yoga Day||21st June 2020||BBDEC, Lucknow|
|4||Student Induction Programme|
Academic Session 2018-2019
|1st August 2019 to 21st August 2019||BBDEC, Lucknow|
|5||FDP on UHVPE Level I||12th June 2019 to 19th June 2019||BBDEC, Lucknow|
|6||Student Induction Programme|
Academic Session 2018-2019
|13th August 2018 to 20th August 2018||BBDEC, Lucknow|
|7||Student Induction Programme|
Academic Session 2017-2018
|22nd January to 31st January 2018||BBDEC, Lucknow|
Report on Webinar organized on MISSION SHAKTI
“ENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN”
On October 27, 2020, a Webinar on “ENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN” under Mission Shakti of Uttar Pradesh Government was organized by Value Education Cell of BabuBanarasi Das Engineering College, Lucknow with great vision of our society. Due to pandemic situation, it was performed on online mode using zoom plate form.
On this occasion, an Eminent Speaker, Prof (Dr.) InduPrabha Singh, Associate Director of Shri Ram Swaroop Memorial College of Engineering & Management, Lucknow had delivered her invited talk on this occasion. She touched and mentioned various aspects of role of our society for ending violence against women and children with great enthusiasm.
In the start of Webinar, Prof. (Dr.) Amita Singh Bhal, Convener, Value Education Cell of BabuBanarasi Das Engineering College, welcomed the Eminent speaker, Director of the college, Prof. (Dr) Monica Mehrotra, and all participants present in the webinar. She also presented the objectives of Mission Shakti at the various levels of the College. Director of the College, Prof. (Dr.) Monica Mehrotra had also presented her key note address on the Mission Shakti. Faculty members of BBDEC and various other colleges & institutes, students had participated in the webinar.
This webinar was closed with small musical documentary on “ENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN” prepared by Prof. (Dr.) Ravi Khare, BBDEC, Lucknow. The technical support in the webinar was provided by Ms. Akansha Gaur and the event hosted by Mrs. VidhuTripathi and Ms. Deepika Pandey.
In the last, College had presented thanks to Smt. Alka Das, Hon’ble Chairperson of BBD Group for all possible support for Conducting of the Webinar.
Report on Webinar organized on INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY(June 21, 2020)
Value Education cell of BabuBanarasi Das Engineering College, Lucknow organized a Webinar series on World international Yoga day, June 21, 2020. The The webinar was started with the welcome speech of Prof. (Dr.) Amita Singh Bhal, Convener, VE Cell. She welcomed all the dignitaries and the participants of the webinar. Prof. (Dr.) Monica Mehrotra, Director, BBDEC. Our Eminent Speaker for the first session was Mr. Naveen Madan, Corporate Trainer – Art of Living, Voice Over Artist, who delivers a talk on “MIND MATTERS”.
The Eminent Speaker for the second session was Ms. AparnaNevatiya, Chairperson & Founder, Rejuvenation – A Spiritual Foundation. She delivers a lecture on “The Universal Science of Yog”.
Report on FDP Level 1 on Universal Human Values & Professional Ethics at BBDEC, Lucknow (12th – 19th June, 2019)
Value Education cell of BabuBanarasi Das Engineering College, Lucknow organized an eight days Faculty Development programme (Level -1 ) on “Universal Human Values & Professional Ethics” in association with Value Education Cell of Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow and sponsored by TEQIP – III from 12th – 19th June, 2019. In this program 56 faculty members of various Institutions affiliated with AKTU as well as other university, had shown their interest and participated.
The resource person of the FDP was Dr. Manishi Mishra Ji (ABES, Gaziabad) with co-facilitatorsMr. AkhileshVermaJi ( AKGEC, Gaziabad), and Mr. Mohit Srivastava Ji (FGIET, Raebareli) accompanied by observersMr. Gaurav Mishra Ji ( SRMCEM, Lucknow) and Mr. Ashish AwasthiJi ( SRMCEM, Lucknow).
The programme was inaugurated by Dr. Manishi Mishra Ji (Resource Person, ABES, Gaziabad). Prof. (Dr.) Monica Mehrotra (Director, BBDEC, Lucknow) welcomed all participants and briefed about the importance of this FDP in individual’s life.
Prof. (Dr.) Monica Mehrotra (Director, BBDEC, Lucknow) explained the importance of value education by explaining day to day human life problems and how to find their solutions. She also discussed how all these affect our life.
FDP was started with the brief introduction of value education and views of three volunteer participants who had already done level 1 and their journey so far. Furthermore, views of three volunteer participants who came willingly to the workshop had expressed their expectations from the workshop.
Dr. Manishi Mishra Ji briefed about the content of the workshop and explained the need and importance of education-sanskar in our life. She explained how important is to see our thoughts and role of holistic development in our day to day life. Participants were also shared their life-experience with all.
In different sessions of subsequent days, participants cleared their doubts, shared views, opinions and experiences. Dr. Manishi Mishra Ji beautifully explained proposal, natural acceptance, self-exploration and discussed all four levels, starting from individual level to nature/existence level, with all four dimensions as an individual in detail. She also quoted different life experiences and stories so that the participants can easily understand every topic.
On eighth day all 56 participants shared their respective views about the workshop that how much they had understand and what is their unique way to promote value education in the society. The videography of the same was also done.