Schedule Event Date: 29th - 03rd November 2021
Welcomes Batch XIV to Virtual Orientation Programme For Students of Session: 2021-2023
Google Meet joining link- https://meet.google.com/ggd-xtuu-obg
Department of Psychology, West Bengal State University organized a four-day orientation program for the newly admitted students, commonly known as ‘fresher’ (Session 2021-2023) of the Department.
On Day-1 (29.10.21) the program started with the welcome address delivered by Dr. Sanchita Ghosh, Coordinator of the Department of Psychology. The next speaker was Dr. Sreemoyee Tarafder, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, who enlightened the student with her speech on “Stress Proof Your Life”. Finally Mr. Soumen Ghosh, Guest Faculty, Department of Psychology, spoke about the syllabus and exam process on the same day.
Dr. Sushanta Banerjee, Librarian, West Bengal State University began the proceedings on Day 2 (1/11/2021) with his illuminating talk on ‘Information about University Library’, and the facilities to be had thereof. Then Dr. Sanchita Ghosh, coordinator of the department, briefly narrated the history, activity and achievements of the department. She threw important light on the mentoring process of the students too. Ms. Aritrika Lahiri, Guest Faculty, Department of Psychology, concluded the session with her speech titled “Mental Health of Young People”.
On Day-3 (2/11/2021) Ms. Navnita Bose, Guest Faculty, Department of Psychology, delivered her talk on the significant issue of anger management.
Day-4 (3/11/2021) was lit up with a beautiful cultural programme organized by the ‘fresher’s. It helped them to know each other and subsequently develop a healthy communication. The final session of the orientation programme had Dr. Amitava Sengupta, Guest Faculty, West Bengal State University speaking on the topic “Talking “Gender”: taking human rights”. He shared his valuable insights on the inner connection between gender equality and human rights in our society. Mostly conducted through interactive mode, this orientation program presented the students with a brief yet clear outline about the University and the concerned department as well. Also, it made them aware of some of the significant dimensions of the inner self.