Following the orientation held at Hotel Soaltee Crowne Plaza, Tahachal,Gems Institute of Higher Education (GIHE) organized threedays Orientation programme for AS students who got enrolled in A Level programme to provide them with a common platform for socializing with class mates and the school family. Three days programme witnessed varieties of activities for students to exercise team building, group work, collaboration and communication.
In collaboration with Cybercrime Bureau, an interactive session was held to familiarize students with current issues and concerns regarding various form of cybercrimes and consecutive cyber safety approaches and strategies. In addition, a session with representatives from Metropolitan Traffic Police Department was held with the motive of making students aware and concerned about road safety, existing rules and regulations in relation to traffic. Also, in collaboration with Narconann Nepal, an interactive session was held to make students aware about the problems of drug abuse and drug trafficking in Nepal.
A session was led by the college administrator Mr. Santosh Siwakoti where he made presentation regarding the rules, regulations and code of conduct of GIHE. A Level Coordinator Mr. Suraj Baral hosted a session to address students' queries and issues in concern to A Levels. In addition, ECA Coordinator Mr. Anit Pandey briefed ECA programs of the academic year 2075 and introduced ECA instructors. Finally, Guidance counsellor Ms. Asha Khadka made presentation regarding her methods and approaches in concern with career counselling.
In conclusion, the orientation programme was designed in such a way that the students got exposure to wide range of fun-filled activities that included fun games, debates, talent hunt and many more. Three days session also included an interactive session with parents to make them aware with the A Level programme, introduction with the faculty and know the rules and regulations of GIHE. This programme was successful in terms of exposing students curricular and extra-curricular talents and contributed in making students habituated to the college environment.