CAS plan

CAS plan

Activities Components (C/A/S) Duration & Start/ End Dates Learning Outcomes
Football Tournament Held In OGIS Activity 5th March 2015 LO 1   Identify own strengths and develop areas for growth LO 2 Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken, developing new skills LO 4  commitment to and perseveranceLO 5 Collaboration
AS performance Activity and Creativity 10th September 2015 LO 1   Identify own strengths and develop areas for growth LO 2 Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken, developing new skills LO 4  commitment to and perseveranceLO 5 Collaboration
Trip to Naggar Activity and Creativity 27th December 2015  till 3th January 2016 LO 1   Identify own strengths and develop areas for growth areas for growth LO 2 Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken, developing new skillsLO 5 Collaboration
Gyming Activity 1st September 2015 till 20th December 2015 LO 1   Identify own strengths and develop areas for growth LO 2 Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken, developing new skills LO 4  commitment to and perseverance
Teaching Activity and Creativity 5th September 2015 LO 1   Identify own strengths and develop areas for growth areas for growth LO 2 Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken, developing new skillsLO 5 Collaboration
Learning Camps Activity, Creativity, and Service 15th September until 20th October 2015 LO 1   Identify own strengths and develop areas for growth LO 2 Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken, developing new skills LO 4  commitment to and perseveranceLO 5 CollaborationLO 6 Engagement with issues of global significanceLO 7 Recognize and consider the ethics of choices and actions
Assisting in my friend’s CAS project. Activity and Service 10th october LO 4  commitment to and perseverance LO 5 Collaboration LO 7 Recognize and consider the ethics of choices and actions
Setting up a small botanical garden in School Creativity and Service 1st December until 10 December 2016 LO 1 Identify own strengths and develop areas for growthLO2 Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken, developing new skillsLO 4  commitment to and perseveranceLO 5 Collaboration

LO 7  Recognize and consider the ethics of choices and actions

Cas Project Creativity and Activity 20th October until 12th December. LO 1   Identify own strengths and develop areas for growth LO 2 Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken, developing new skills LO 3 initiate and plan a CAS experienceLO 4  commitment to and perseveranceLO 5 CollaborationLO 7  Recognize and consider the ethics of choices and actions

CAS Profile

I’m Vinit Jogani (informally called V, Vi, or even Vii). I was born on December 21st, 1999, in Surat, India. I come from a Gujarati family, and although I don’t really believe in a God, I do follow many aspects of Jainism.

I can play the guitar and the keyboard. My friends say I’m pathetic at singing. I believe they’re right. Other than that, I’ve endeavored intro drama and visual arts and have been rewarded in some form or the other. My parents say I used to be a good dancer when I was a kid, now I only dance when weddings are due.

At some points in my life, I have played lawn tennis, table tennis, cricket, basketball, billiards, and football. I can swim, and have participated in a range of athletic events like high jump, long jump and running at a school-level. I’ve also trained in martial arts for quite some time. Other than that, I have tried my hand at volleyball and skating but couldn’t quite get the grip. I figured I wasn’t cut out for those sports. Now, I only play football now and then. I found real amusement in this sport, and I still play other sports sometimes, but in a busy little life, when asked which sport to play, I mostly choose football.

Although I have explored a lot in art and sport, I’ve always considered them to be my hobbies – never serious career-influencing choices. They help me distract my mind when I am sad, or they help me collect myself up after a stressful day. From a pretty early age, I had my eyes set on computer science. Computers have always fascinated me. The tremendous potential that you put into people’s hands when you hand them a gadget is completely fabulous. I began computer programming since I was in 5th grade and I never stopped. It is the one skill that I am absolutely proud of and has helped me in my life at countless occasions.

I now spend most of my programming time making web applications. The trick is that the code is never breakthrough. Anyone can program it. My dad taught me that the challenge is not making it. The challenge is thinking of it before anyone else does. I’ve learned a lot of things from my dad. I believe I get this kind of obsession for perfection from him.

I’ve been a great fan of design. Being a crazy user of the internet, you usually come across such a huge chunk of poorly designed, old-school websites. I’ve made it a point to apply a sense of finesse to my websites. Fonts, modern, minimalist and material design principles and color combinations – they really fascinate me.

I’ve been an introvert for most of my life. Although I did make quite some friends in high school and (as a sigh of relief for my mother) became a bit more sociable. Although, most of the times, I still admire solitude. I find great comfort in writing my feelings into poems and songs. Listening to other songs, therefore, I really pay attention on the lyrics. Connectable songs really breathe life into me when I’m sad. I love music.

Honestly, I don’t really engage myself into worrying about many global issues. Some express their disregard to my indifference, but really I don’t quite see the point. Most people who worry about child labour and animal trafficking end up doing absolutely nothing because they lack the sufficient means to make a change. Big talks about it don’t really intrigue me. It does make me feel sorry for the victims but I think that’s about it. No fancy talks. I am, however, a believer of a vegetarian diet. Killing animals, with the senses to perceive pain, love and belonging – it is really something that I would urge people against. I also do my best to not have a large environmental footprint by littering and wasting. Also, I do take interest in small issues that affect us at a large scale. These are the issues that I believe I can actively and measurably fix. For example, issues that I faced while studying physics in my 10th grade.

If I could build up a skill, I’d probably build up the passion to read. I’ve never seen an avid reader who is dumb. Reading is really a very important skill. I used to love reading when I was small, I just lost the passion as I grew up. Maybe someday I’ll get back at it. I hope that day comes soon. I would also like to skydive once in my lifetime. I like the thought of feeling weightless, falling through a wonderful wind brushing past my cheeks and flying at such a height. It seems wonderful. Other than that, I would love to dive deeper into the subjects I love like physics, math and computers.

Finally, I really want to do something meaningful in life – I just haven’t found it yet. I’m trying to find some higher purpose to live my life to.



My journey with CAS

My journey with CAS has been memorable and spiritual. I’ve actually grown closer to myself while pursuing different forms of activities over the course of these 2 years. Helping others and myself along with the joyful experience of CAS has been truly fantastic. There have been challenges, but I believe that’s the only way to learn!

I believe Fizz was the most memorable activity in my total CAS journey. It gave me a lot of experience in handling large scale projects, and we were able to secure an enormous user base too. It was an amalgamation of my web designing skills and my physics knowledge with my desire to give back to the community and help other students overcome the challenges that I once faced. During this process, I not only have had to work on the software development, the front-end designing, content development, and marketing, but I have also had to work on coordinating work and getting the best quality out for the users. The sense of responsibility I felt while working on this project has truly illuminated the path of service for me.

Apart from that, I believe Visual Arts has played a massive role in my development and growth as a person. The passion I have felt while working on an artwork has been totally inexorable. The fact that I could put down whatever was on my mind in the form of an artwork that everyone can appreciate was truly useful for an introvert person like me. Creativity has helped me think innovatively and constructively, and have witnessed a very spiritual connection with myself and the art during this journey.

The winter trip to Naggar has also been a memorable one where I actually got to open up to people and make new friends that I would keep for a lifetime. The tranquility that is instilled in my memories of that place and time is truly something that I would like to keep, and keep looking forward to seek again in the years to come. I have experienced a connection not only with friends on this trip, but also the nature that I was so covered by. While the trekking wasn’t much of a physical challenge in itself, I really felt uplifted and motivated to pursue more treks in search of this inner serenity.

There have been many challenges, but I think the most important one was overcoming my shell to cooperate with others, to mix with people, and to synergize for a common cause. It was challenging for me because I have never been a people person. I learned that alone, a man can only go so far. With teamwork, we were able to achieve success in all three: arts, sports and service. Another great challenge for me was to address issues of global significance. Later in my life, I really want to use technology to change the world for the better. However, at this point, I was really clueless about how to do it. I wanted to do something for issues that I cared about, not just any other flash mob or awareness campaign for some global issue that I read in news 2 days ago. This is why, I had to put in intensive

Through my CAS experience, I have learned a lot. From specific skills like woodcut printing in arts, to more general life skills, CAS has been a very constructive programme for me. I have been a thinker sometimes, and sometimes a communicator. I’ve undertaken risks, reflected on my progress, and have been open to new ideas. Through CAS, I was able to lead a balanced life with all the stress and anxiety that comes with a busy life. However, most importantly, with CAS, I have been able to do something to address the issues I care for, and I have overall been transformed from this unfeeling person into a livelier person. I would really love to continue this in university and beyond to make this world a better place.

CAS Plan

Proposed Activities Description of the activity Components (C/A/S) Duration with start date and end date Learning Outcomes Location
FSMUN Website The school-initiated MUN’s website and handling of the entire tech department Creativity, Service — August through November — LO1, LO2, LO4, LO5 Fountainhead School, Surat
Subroto Cup football U17 Interschool football tournament Activity 7/15/2015 (1 day) LO1, LO2, LO4, LO5, LO7 Essar School, Surat
Chess tournament Interschool chess tournament Activity 7/22/2015 (1 day) LO1, LO2 JB Diamonds School, Surat
The Fizz Project A project to make physics an interesting subject through simplifying complex principles using cartoons and succinct explanations Creativity, Service — project work —
— entire year —
LO1, LO2, LO3, LO4, LO5, LO6, LO7 Surat
Visual Arts Learn visual art in school CAS classes. Participate in activities like Wood cuts, installation art, pottery and painting! Creativity — entire year — LO1, LO2, LO4 Fountainhead School, Surat
Interhouse Debate Competition A debate against capital punishment 17/8/15 LO1, LO2, LO5, LO6, LO7 Fountainhead School, Surat
Naggar Winter Trip to Naggar Activity 26/12/15 to 3/1/2016 LO2, LO4, LO5, LO6, LO7 Naggar
Organ Donation Street Play We went to U-Turn for doing a street play to convey the importance of organ donation and taking pledges from viewers that after their death, their organs should be donated to the needy to better their lives. Service 8/7/2016 LO3, LO5, LO6 U-Turn, LP Savani Road, Adajan
Tree Plantation Planting trees with nature club members. Service 7/3/2016 LO6 KV Central School


Every year the school hosts numerous competitions like interhouse debate and interhouse ad-making and creativity enhancing competitions but I failed to show enough enthusiasm to participate in the events. However, when I participated in the Interhouse Debate competition, I learned that it was actually quite interesting and exciting. Debate had always been an area of my interest but this way I could actually grow in many ways, and hence the activity helped me identify my areas of growth and development. I learned that when I participate in such competitions, I not only refresh and sharpen my skills, but also keep learning new techniques in the area. For instance, because my stance in the debate was emotion-oriented, I learned to debate by making emotional claims – something I wasn’t inured to until then. It took effort, obviously. But new are learned with efforts and I enjoyed it heartily. I was supposed to debate against Capital Punishment with my group. We started to consider many points creatively during the research, and we also paid special attention to the ethical concerns associated with the issue. We put in our best for the debate, and it went on quite good. Everyone in our team got a chance, and hence we learned to cooperate effectively – something that was appreciated by the judges too. Thus, we learned the importance of collaboration and teamwork in such an event. We had divided the tasks of forming counter-arguments to points put forward by the opposite team, noting down the points put forward by them and speaking up in a convincing manner between our team members based on our strengths and weaknesses. Capital punishment was a global, ethical concern and during the debate we fought for what we thought was ethically more appropriate and suitable on a global scale. Should countries across the world allow killing people for crimes they commit? How are they different from the criminals in the first place then? Capital punishment is a pressing debate issue for governments across the world – and we considered the significance of this! This way we acted, and listed down the advantages and disadvantages and most importantly ethical concerns for a rational analysis of an issue that we thought had global significance. All in all, it was a great experience with lots to learn and to take back. I am looking forward to participating in more of such events…


New Doc_1

CAS Plan

Proposed Activities Description of the activity Components (C/A/S) Duration with start date and end date Goals Learning Outcomes location Started/ completed
Playing Football (long term) Playing two matches and winning the districts to participate in states. Practising my game so that I can improve my midfield skills. Timing of this camp has been 7:30 to 9am and we prepaired for a district level competition Activity Start date- 10-Jul-15 End date- 17-Jul-15 1) To improve my midfield skills and dribbling.
2) I want to get selected and go for the SGFI nationals again.
1) I could identify my own strength in the defence. 2) The activity helped me developmy defence skills. 3) It helped me be commited and dedicated to the practice. 4) It helped me work in a team. 5) Being ethical by not playing an unfair game. In School Completed
learning Spanish (long term) Learning a foreign language to enhance my peoples skills, Spanish being the 2nd most widely spoken language worldwide. Creativity Start date- 23-Apr-15 1) To be able to conversate fluently in Spanish 1) Developing my language skills
2)Learning a globally recognised language besides English
Out of school Completed
Literacy (short term) Teaching basic verbal English to the support staff in my location. Creativity, Activity, Service Start date: 1-Aug-15
End date: 10-March-16
1) To explain the support staff of the benefits of education.
2) Teach them the alphabet and basic english words that will help them communicate better.
L1 – Identify own strengths and develop areas for growth, L2 – Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken developing new skills, L3- initiate and plan a CAS experience, L4-commitment to and perseverance, L5-. Demonstrate skills and benefits of working collaboratively, L6-engagement with issues of global significance Out of school Completed
Maths Science Trivia (Long Term) Preparing, organising and conducting the event. Preparing questions for the preliminary and the final round. Making the event a roaring success by making it entertaining for the participants and the audience. Using new and innovative ideas to make the event more intriguing rather than the usual hackneyed. Activity Start date:
End date:
1. Making the event Successful
2. learning to work well with a team
3. Enhancing Public Speaking Skills
4. Taught me how to think outside the Box
In School Completed
Team Duathlon (Short Term) Participating in the the event organised by Life Cycling Green to create awareness about the benefits of cycling and jogging. Activity Start date:
End date:
1) To be able to complete a distance of 5 km without stopping. 2) Developing stamina
3) Continue jogging every morning even after the activity is completed.
Out of school Completed
A day with the orphan Children Spending the day with them when they come to our school. Planning some fun activities and making them have a great time. Also making new friends and giving them more confidence to develop themselves. Creativity, Activity, Service Start date:
End date:
1. Learning how to work with people from different backgrounds.
2. Making the Children feel more like a part of the world.
3. Undertaking a new challenge and making it fun
In School Completed
Ride With Pride Against Breast Cancer Bringing together the city of Surat on their cycles to create awareness about breast cancer. Creativity, Activity, Service Start date: 25-Jan-16
End date: 6-March-16
1. To successfully organise the event on the 6th of March.
2. To bring about a change in the thinking of people and promote environmental friendly ways of transport.
3. To learn and experience initiating and organising the project to its maximum potential.
Out of school Completed
FSMUN 2.0 A part of the Executive board at FSMUN 2.0. Encouraging delegates to debate better and guiding them towards a more focussed and high quality discussion of the agenda. Creativity, Activity, Service End date: 28-Nov-15 1) Enabling delegates to learn how to MUN
2) Enhancing public speaking skills.
3) Learning about global issues requiring immediate attention.
L1 – Identify own strengths and develop areas for growth, L2 – Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken developing new skills, L3- initiate and plan a CAS experience, L4-commitment to and perseverance, L5-. Demonstrate skills and benefits of working collaboratively, L6-engagement with issues of global significance, L7-Recognize and consider the ethics of choices and actions In School Completed
SSP A member of the house in a simulation of the parliament of India. Proposing ideas and solutions for a sustainable environment while simultaneously trying to get our party elected. Creativity, Activity, Service End date: 13-Nov-16 1) Enhancing public speaking skills.
2) Developing critical thinking and reasoning skills
L1 – Identify own strengths and develop areas for growth, L2 – Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken developing new skills, L3- initiate and plan a CAS experience, L4-commitment to and perseverance, L5-. Demonstrate skills and benefits of working collaboratively, L6-engagement with issues of global significance, L7-Recognize and consider the ethics of choices and actions Out of school
learning guitar (long term) Developing my guitar playing skills by attending the AS class. An initiative taken up by my school. Creativity 1) To be able to play the guitar.
2) To take part in an inter school Band competition
1. Identify own strengths and develop areas for growth.2. Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken, developing new skills in the process.3. Show commitment to and perseverance in CAS experiences.  In School Completed

Clay Modelling class

Something that I thought that I’d never do is, teach a class. Standing up in front of everyone, expecting you to teach them something worth their while. This activity required me to teach a class of underprivileged children ranging from age of 7 to 17 years. Catering to each student according to their maturity level was difficult. One of the other problems that I identified was that there would be a language barrier. Teaching what I have learnt in English in a local language would be a task. This activity collectively taught me how to handle attention, how to interact with each and every student and make them feel comfortable to create a healthy learning environment.

There are certain responsibilities that come along when you teach a class. There are certain ethics that need to be taken into consideration, such as not passing on knowledge that is incorrect. To make sure that I taught the class the right things, I had to prepare myself. I started brushing up my knowledge regarding clay modelling such as, the different techniques used or how to use tools.

Another skill that I learnt was to coordinate with my peer mentor. I realised that working collaboratively and dividing work made things a lot easier and smooth. What I realized is that when these children utilize their time for such extra-curricular activities, they learn new skills, which might give them a productive way to pass their time, probably keeping them away from bad influences such as drug abuse.

img-20161214-wa0001 img-20161214-wa0003

CAS Personal Profile


Hello! I am Pranit Bagadia studying in Fountainhead school. I am 16 years but in about a month and half I will turn 17! To introduce myself, sometimes I can be fun, boring, I can get angry and even be calm at times; overall I am a complete mixture of an introvert and extrovert (hard to believe it right?). The best thing that I find about me, is that I can start a conversation with any Tom or Harry, whether it’s about a tv show or about the weather, I can talk to a stranger for hours. On simple terms, I am tv show addict. I just enjoy watching tv shows all day; if given the chance, I can watch tv shows for ages..

I lack the skill of commitment towards my work. I have never been able to complete my homework on time or submit an assignment on time.This pinches me many a times. The absence of this quality has led to negative outcomes in my life, like, I have been scoring very bad marks in my exams due to this. For now, I supposedly think I would like to be involved in more outdoor activities, maybe in terms of participation or initiating it. What I like to learn? Well, sarcastically speaking, I love to research about fictional characters (Game of thrones, Walking dead, Avengers…), their origin, their personality, their powers, everything. It’s my favorite way to pass my time. But in the practical world, I like to learn and research about computers, their working, the technicalities, their structure, compatibility, in short everything linked with computers.

Well, my dreams? There are millions of them, one of them is that to simply wake up one day as BILL GATES! Be the richest person in the world, have power to influence people, be the authority and a role model to many. Won’t that be cool? Won’t you be glad to have ‘BILL GATES’ as your friend? Sometimes I think, that I even lack the mind to imagine the things I could do with all that money and power. But they are just dreams, so yeah. Overall I think life is an adventure and is always mysterious.

“In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.” ― Robert Frost

CAS Essay…

Ever since I started with IB DP program, I realized that there are various skills that I lacked in  and consequently, wasn’t able to complete tasks properly on time. I gradually had to face a lot of issues in fighting with my ‘laziness’. In the beginning of the 11th grade, I barely used to complete any homework or participate in any indoor or outdoor activity. This hunger of laziness had started to affect my daily life, influencing my scores and personality. It was then, when I was introduced to the IB program ‘CAS’, well to be truthful, in the start I found this program, boring and time wasting; but after I began performing tasks, taking part in activities with my peers and even organizing a few of them, I understood how fun this program was for me and the various skills it was helping me develop exponentially. ‘CAS’ standing for Creativity, Activity, and Service – has overall helped me by making me more aware about my strengths and weakness along with developing new skills, building up the confidence to undertake new challenges, initiating and planning activity collaboratively with my peers, showing perseverance and commitment in my activities as well as being engaged with its global importance and the ethical implication along with it. As a whole CAS, has helped me shape myself into a well rounded person.

Thinking of CAS, the one activity that immediately strikes in my mind is the ‘Learning Camps’. This activity was a project which I had initiated with my friends. Well, the fact is that I will never be able to forget this activity in my whole life is because no other activity pushed me through such mental and physical pressure as these ‘learning camps’. On the very first day of this activity, we were planning to teach a bunch (more like 10-12 students were expected to come) of students with the starter course for computers (like what is computer, a bit of its history and ask them that do they even know how to use a one?), but to our surprise, more than 50 students just smashed in; Shashvat literally had to barricade the ICT lab. A hell of a day that was! Even after that, every day at learning camps, there were many critical surprises for us; like the one when one of the student, simply got lost in school, and all four of us were running in every corner to find him like cats and dogs. But even though we had to face such difficulties, at the end we realized the many skills we lacked in ourselves such planning, and worked on it. This activity helped me interact with stranger more fluently, even in a language I don’t know, ‘Gujarati’.  

CAS has taught me how to improve the skills I lacked in and also how to develop new skills, by taking an initiation to participate in all or random activities. It helped me cover all the skills I lacked which further helped me in my IB program. The one thing I have learned about myself is that, when I am dedicated to achieve something, well I achieve it, with the help of my family and friends. Taking an example of ISA, teamwork and leadership was the key for our great success in the fest. It was because we work collaboratively with each other that time in ISA was fun all the time. There were competitions such the “presentation of stall” which would have been a debacle – in which we were suppose to decorate stalls and present a particular country. We also kept the ethical considerations in mind, we did not cheat at all or break and of the fest’s rule. “Win or lose, we will not cheat” was our motto in the fest.

Today I am a different person from the one I was 2 years ago, and that is because of CAS. It has helped me to become a well-rounded individual and to become more proactive. My overall CAS experience has been adventures and fun. Today I use the skills I developed through CAS in my day to activities and in tough situations, which has made my life easier and more productive. In short, I can say that the ‘CAS’ program has effectively made me an International Minded person.



CAS plan!

Proposed Activities Description of the activity Components (C/A/S) Duration with start date and end date Goals Learning Outcomes Location Status Started/ completed Supervisor Ethical implications related to the activity (if any)
Visual Arts creating a piece of work with other VA students C 7/10/2015 to 3/14/2016 – To improve my art skills
– Work collabrity with my friends
– To become more creative
L1, L2, L3, L4, L5, L6, L7 In-school Compete Completed Rahul Sir – Not wasting resources
– Not copying art work from the internet or other resources
Skating I did the activity skating for a time span of 1 year. A 7/1/2015 to 3/1/2016 – To become more fit
– To be more commited to my work
– To develop skills in a new sport
– To be more focused
L1, L2, L4, L7 In-school Compete Completed Asif Sir – Not lying about the number of rounds we took during skating to sir
Bal Mela Bal Mela is a fest in which we invite and entertain students from the local schools of Surat. My role in this fest was to make those children play tug of war along with my friend Shasvat. A, C 1/1/2016 to 1/1/2016 – To plan strategies to control so many young children while remembering to make the have fun at the same time.
– To learn the skill of being calm in tight situations such as fights or a crowd.
– To learn the skill of co-operating with others
L1, L2, L3, L4, L5, L6, L7 In-school Complete Completed – To treat every child with equality
Trip to Naggar Winter trip to naggar A 12/26/2015 to 1/3/2016 – To make new friends
– Work collabrity with my peers to keep the room clean
– To have fun
– To participate in all the activities
L2, L4, L6, L7 Out-of-school Complete Completed Krishna Ma’am – To not dirty the street
French Cooking I and the other french students had planned a french cooking fest, in which we had to cook french food. C – To learn to make french food
– To make healthy and tasty food
– To work with my friends
L1, L2, L3, L4, L5, L7 In-school Complete Completed Smriti Ma’am – Not break the friday school policy
ISA Fest My friends and I participated in the French Fest which took place in International School Aamby (ISA), Amby Valley. This fest was a competition between various schools from all over India. C – To win the completion
– Learn new things about the language
– Interact with new people
– To have fun
– To develop new skills
– To become less lazy
L1, L2, L4, L5, L7 Out-of-school Complete Completed Smriti Ma’am – To not cheat
– To not waste resources
– Not waste food
– Not dirty the city
Tree Plantation Drive It was an opportunity for us students to serve nature and help save the environment by planting more trees. A,S 7/3/2016 to 7/3/2016 – To learn how to plant trees
– To understand the procedure for plantation
L1, L2, L4, L5, L6, L7 Out-of-school Complete Completed Nature Club Supervisior – To not throw the plactic bag around the garden
Gym Going to gym for a time span of 5 – 6 months regularly. A 3/6/2016 to 9/8/2016 – To become fit
– To become more proactive
– To complete all the tasks assigned by the trainer
L2, L4, L5, L7 Out-of-school Complete Completed Vicky Sir – To not cheat/lie about the completion of the task assigned by the trainer
Learning Camps (project work) Teaching computers to the children from the villages around our school S,C 7/10/2016 to 9/27/2016 – To plan the entire teaching schedule before hand
– To make it fun and intresting
– To teach the children the use of computers
L1, L2, L3, L4, L5, L7 In-school Complete Completed – To treat every child with equality
1 5 6 7 8 9 45