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Jul 15, 2014

Category: Spotlight
GYANODAYA – V
Dharohar: The Glory of the North East

Meeting with Village panchayat

Students doing projects at Assam

Students doing projects at Assam

Students on Gyanodaya–V Projects

Gyanodaya – V at North-East

Gyanodaya – V at North-East

Gyanodaya – V at North-East

Students on Gyanodaya–V Projects

Students on Gyanodaya–V Projects

Students on Gyanodaya–V Projects

Students on Gyanodaya–V Projects

Students doing projects at Assam

Gyanodaya flagged off

First ever classroom on wheels made possible on Gyanodaya-V

Gyanodaya flagged off

Language course for Gyanodaya V

Sualkauchi Village -Silk Industry

 

The GYANODAYA Educational Trip of the University of Delhi was undertaken as GYANODAYA – V with the theme of Dharohar: The Glory of the North East
 
The trip was conducted over a period of ten days wef 18 December to 29 December 2014.
 
 

Selection Criteria & Proposed Project scope


SELECTION CRITERIA
  • Each College can propose maximum of two projects
  • Each project will have maximum of 10 students with one Mentor(College faculty)
  • Every project must have atleast one student from the north- east. Where possible, teachers from the north- east must be mentors.
  • The Mentor will guide the students before the journey, on the journey and will submit their Project report within one week of returning from the journey.
  • The Project proposals along with the Application Form must be submitted by 26th of October 2014 in soft copy to following email ids for the project selection committee to access- gyanodayaV@gmail.com, parmindersehgal3@gmail.com, chshekhar58@gmail.com
  • The Projects proposed must keep in mind the itinerary for data collection
  • The proposals must be forwarded through the Principal.


Proposed Project scope 
  • Endangered Languages
  • River Brahmaputra
  • Temples such as initiated by Keshavdev, Assam & Arunachal
  • Gender issues
  • Flora
  • Fauna
  • Birds and Animals
  • Domestic architecture
  • Arts and crafts
  • Handloom industry
  • Cuisine, traditional dress, lifestyle.
  • Environment,
  • History, religion, languages, folklore, myths
  • Intangible heritage in all forms
  • Scientific developments
  • Education
  • Sports

Project Proposal Format
(not more than 200 words) :
  • Introduction
  • Methodology         
  • Abstract
  • Benefit to students

Photographs - Language course for Gyanodaya V

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