Webinars List

Eye Care

S. No. Topic Aim Audience Panelists Date Time Registration
1 Screen Time Effect on Youth and Adolescent How the screen time is affecting the eyes of young adolescent during the time of pandemic Students College and Young Adolescent Dr Parul Sharma, Director, MAX healthcare Eye < > Ms Seema Jerath, Principal, DPS School Ghaziabad< >< >< > 5.8.2020 1 hour closed < >

Menstrual hygiene


Tobacco Consumption and Substance Abuse amongst students


Safety in schools

S. No. Topic Aim Audience Panelists Date Time Registration
1 Air Pollution & Covid19 : Effects on School Children to discuss the effect of air pollution and Covid-19 susceptibility among children especially in the winters season Policy makers, school admin, Students College and Young Adolescent Mr. Abhishek Saxena, Policy Specialist - NITI AAYOG, Govt. of India < > Mr. Rajiv Khurana, CMC, FIMC, Co-Founder - Trustee at Lung Care Foundation< >3. Dr. Saurabh Khanna, Consultant, Neonatology, Paediatrics, CK Birla Hospital< > Dr. Ajay Singh Nagpure, Head, Air Quality ,World Resources Institute< >Ms. Vibha Khosla, Principal, Shri Ram Global School, New Delhi 31.10.2020 1.30 hour

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2 Road Safety Behavior during Covid-19: School-age Adolescents How will the scenario of road safety change now that Covid-19 is here to stay? Policy makers, school admin, Students College and Young Adolescent Mr. Rama Shankar Pandey, MD, Hella India Lighting Ltd. & President CWC, Drive Smart Drive Safe < > Ms. Prerana Arora Singh CEO, People's Trust India, Consultant - Road Safety & Post Crash Care< > Ms. Karuna Raina - Associate Director, Policy Advocacy & Research, SaveLife Foundation< >Ms. Prachi Grover - ChairPerson, Vidya Bharati School, Rohini, Delhi< > 21.11.2020 1.30 hour closed < > view here

Digital Addiction amongst Students

S. No. Topic Aim Audience Panelists Date Time Registration
1 Digital Addiction during Pandemic To spread awareness on digital addiction solutions Students, Teachers Dr Jyoti Sharma, Ayurvedic Doctor and Digital Addiction Counsellor, New Delhi < > Dr Anuradha Sovani, Psychologist and Psychotherapist,SNDT Mumbai< >Ms. Farial Sabrina, Art Curator with lived Experience of Gaming, New Delhi< >< > 8.08.2020 1hr closed < >

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Schools

S. No. Topic Aim Audience Panelists Date Time Registration
1 Back to School: New Sanitization and Hygiene Challenges for Indian Schools 1. Existing understanding and knowledge of back to school sanitation practices 2. Strategies to be adopted by schools to become Covid-19 ready 3. Impact on adolescent health due to mismanagement on WASH practices 4. Access to MHM during pandemic School & College Principal/Teacher/Students Mr. Ram Chandra Singh, Consultant, WASH in Institution, UNICEF India < > Dr. Arundati Muralidharan, Manager (Policy) - WaterAid India< >Ms. Anjali Makhija, Chief Operating Officer - S M Sehgal Foundation< >Dr. Shunila Joy Chauhan, Principal - Thakur International School & Global Goodwill Ambassador < > 12.09.2020 1 hr closed < > view
2 Swachhta Action plan for pre-schools & schools during Covid-19 Swachhta Action plan for pre-schools & schools during Covid-19 Ms. Urvashi Prasad - Public Policy Specialist , NITI AAYOG, Govt. of India < > Mr. Ram Chandra Singh - Consultant, WASH in Institutions, UNICEF India< >Ms. Meeta Jaruhar - Regional Program Manager(East), WASH, Plan India< >Ms. Sovanika Pal – Principal, Vidya Bharti School, Delhi< > 3.10.2020 1.30 hour < >
3 Understanding Hygiene Behavior & Behavior Change: Hand washing and Food Hygiene Perspective Access to and sustainability of water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) services is vital to protect human health. Policy makers, school admin, Students College and Young Adolescent Mr. Ravi Bhatnagar, Director, External Affairs & Partnership, Reckitt Benckiser < > Dr. Vijay Pal Singh, Joint Director (SBCD) at FSSAI Govt. of India < >Ms. Aparajita Suman, KM & Communication Specialist in SBM at Ministry of Jal Shakti < >Dr. Manisha Sharma, Principal, Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka< > 17.10.2020 1.30 hour

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Mental Health and Well-being

S. No. Topic Aim Audience Panelists Date Time Registration
1 Coping with Stress of Covid through Creativity This webinar tried to address the mental health issues faced by the children and adults during the lockdown and will highlight the importance of creative activities as coping mechanisms for anxiety & overall good mental health. Students College and Young Adolescent Ms. Kriti S Munjal , Clinical Psychologist, Fortis Healthcare, Shalimar Bagh < > Dr. Megha Dhillon - Assistant Professor of Psychology, Lady Shri Ram College for Women< >Ms. Heena Akhtar – School Counselor, Delhi Public School, Noida< >< >Dr. Megha Dhillon - Assistant Professor of Psychology, Lady Shri Ram College for Women 23.7.200 1 hour closed < >
2 Supporting Students’ Mental Health during COVID-19: The Life After it’s time that mental health is available for all. Quality, accessible primary health care is the foundation for universal health coverage and is urgently required as the world grapples with the current health emergency. Policy makers, school admin, Students College and Young Adolescent Ms. Rekha Chauhan - Sr. Psychologist & Counselor, Member Manodarpan(MHRD) < > Dr. Kanika K. Ahuja - Assoc Prof HOD Pycho Dept. Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi< >Ms. Vrishti Kapoor - Founder - Decode Your Mind< >Ms. Sukanya M. - Psychological Counselor and Principal at Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Chennai< > 10.10.2020 1.30 hour

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3 Digital Mental Health of Adolescents during COVID times: A Global Concern What are its symptoms and warning signs? What are its repercussions on mental health? How can internet be used safely? Policy makers, school admin, Students College and Young Adolescent Mr. Arun Soni - Director - TCCS, International Author, Cyber Security Expert, < > Ms. Hena Akhtar - Clinical Psychologist & School Counsellor at DPS, Noida< > Ms. Nirali Bhatia - Cyber Psychologist & Psychotherapist, Director, V4WEB Technologies Pvt. Ltd< >< > 28.11.2020 1.30 hour Closed < > View here

Physical Health and Well-being

S. No. Topic Aim Audience Panelists Date Time Registration
1 effects of physical inactivity on health of Youth and Adolescent to discuss the effects of Physical Inactivity in youth & adolescents. It will also try to highlight the ways of maintaining good physical health during these times. Students College and Young Adolescent Ms. Lavleen Kaur, Dietitian, Clinical Nutritionist & Lifestyle Coach, Chandigarh < > Ms. Kunashni Parikh, Sport Psychologist from Mumbai< >Ms. Vibha Khosla, Principal, Sri Ram Global School, New Delhi< >< > 14.8.2020 1.30 hour Closed < >
2 Youth, Non-Communicable Disease, and the COVID-19 Pandemic to highlight problems related to Youth & Adolescents in the on-going pandemic. Diabetes is focus Policy makers, school admin, Students College and Young Adolescent < > < >< >< > 7.11.2020 1.30 hour

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Promoting Nutrition in schools

S. No. Topic Aim Audience Panelists Date Time Registration
1 Opportunities for Nutrition, Health and Wellbeing amidst adversity highlight problems related to Youth and Adolescents in the on-going pandemic situation and to create an open platform for them to ask their doubts, and get possible solutions. Policy makers, school admin, Students College and Young Adolescent Dr Pulkit Mathur, Astt Prof, Lady Irwin College, Delhi < > Dr Smriti Pahwa, Consultant, ASER< >Ms Vineeta Yadav, Principal, Gyan Devi Public School Gurugram< >< > 5.9.2020 1 hour closed < > view
2 Investing in opportunity to break cycles of poor Health and Nutrition Novelty of Initiatives for investing in adolescent nutrition Focus on food safety & hygiene in schools and hostels How implementing agencies can play a part School & College Principal/Teacher/Students Ms. Nirupama Sharma J. Dir & Head AFP & FMCG ASSOCHAM India < > Mr. Daniel Sinnathamby Ctry. Dir. Pathfinder Int.< >Dr. Damodar Bachani Dep. Project Dir. JSI< >Dr. Suresh Kumar Rathi Associate Professor IIPH Hyderabad< >Mr. Basanta Kumar Kar Recipient of GNLA 2019 Fondly known as Nutrition Man 19.09.2020 1 hr closed < >
3 Investing on Adolescent Girls Nutrition Second Window of opportunity It hopes to create an open platform for them to ask their doubts, and get possible solutions. Policy makers, school admin, Students College and Young Adolescent Dr. Shweta Khandelwal Head of Nutrition Research and Additional Professor at PHFI < > Ms. Priyankha Bajaj - Nutrition Expert < >Dr. Seema Negi - Principal Sanjeevani World School, Mumbai< >Dr. Siddharth Waghulkar - UN World Food Programme India< > 26.9.2020 1.30 hour Closed < >

School Health Education

S. No. Topic Aim Audience Panelists Date Time Registration
1 National Educational Policy and the Hope for better Adolescent Health This webinar will try to discuss the impact of NEP 2020 on adolescent health (with a focus on mental health) and the role of schools, teachers, and parents to ensure holistic emotional and brain development. Policy makers, school admin, Students College and Young Adolescent Mr. Rohan Joshi Ex Associate Director, Research at CCS < > Mr. Atul Bengeri, VP Director, Acumen Today< >Ms Sushma Raturi Secy STTAR< >< > 21.8.2020 1 hour closed < > view
2 New Role of Teachers and Parents as Health Educators during & after pandemic The aim is to highlight problems related to Youth and Adolescents in the ongoing pandemic situation and to create an open platform for them to ask their doubts and get possible solutions. Policy makers, school admin, Students College and Young Adolescent Dr. J.P. Kapoor, Sr Pub Health Spl at LBS Hospital, Ex-Dir, DFW, Delhi < > Ms. Aprajita Gautam, President - Delhi Parents Assn< > Ms. Pooja Bakshi Jaitly, Counselling Psychologist,Tagore International School, Delhi< >< > 28.8.2020 1 hour closed < > view
3 Building Convergence for India’s School Health: Achieving Sustainable Development through Health promotion in Schools SHARP NGO celebrates “United Nations Day 2020” by focusing on creating a platform to discuss role of the schools in motivating students to work towards achieving SDGs together. Policy makers, school admin, Students College and Young Adolescent Ms. Urvashi Prasad - Public Policy Specialist , NITI AAYOG, Govt. of India < > Dr Sudhir Maknikar, Director, Path India< >Dr. Shreepoorna Bhatacharya – Lead School Health JHPIEGO< >Mr. Nixon Joesph – President, COO - SBI Foundation< >Ms Anju Mehta – Principal - Angels Valley School, Rajpura 24.10.2020 1.30 hour

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