Dev Guru Brihaspati Gurukulashram

 

 

 

Employee Assessment Program of NCMGC in Dev Guru BrihaspatiGurukulashram

TRAINING SESSION FOR EVERY CANDIDATES OF NCMGC

 

Introduction

1

Introduction of Candidates

2

Basics

 

 

About India

1.

Current Situation

2.

Work to do for future

 

 

About NCMGC

1.

Details of NCMGC

2.

Vision

3.

Mission

 

 

About Dev Guru BrihaspatiGurukulashram

 

1.

About DGBG

2.

Vision

3.

Mission

 

 

About Digital Hub Program

1.

About Digital Hub

2.

Vision

3.

Mission

4.

Features

5.

Work Process

6.

Space Management

7.

Wastage Management

8.

Hygienic conditions

 

 

About Life and Genuine Conditions

1.

About Life

2.

Personality Development

3.

Human Behavior Management

4.

Attracting People

5.

Make an Impact

6.

Communication Skills

7.

Thinking Positively

8.

Creating Positive Environment

9.

Keep Quite

10

Say The Truth Always

11.

Be Down To Earth

12.

Learn The Humanity

13.

Help To Others

14.

Save Tree

15.

Save Water

16.

Save Nature

17.

Respect Parents

18.

Respect Women

19.

Respect Everyone

20.

Keep Smile Always

21.

Learn to make Happy

22.

Learn to  not hurt Anyone

23.

Get United

24.

Learn to Excuse

25.

Public Relation

 

 

Prospectus on which we have to work

1.

100% Employmentship

2.

100% Digitalization

3.

100% Sanitization

4.

No Prostitution Country

5.

No Wine/ Drugs Country

6.

No Baggers

7.

No Agents / Brokers / Consultants

8.

Control of Pollution

9.

Control of Population

10.

Creating positive Environment

11.

Control of Inflation

12.

Stop Migration

13.

Rain Water Storage

14.

Direct Interaction with Public

15.

No Naxalities / Terrorists

16.

Sufficient Storage of Food

17.

Extensive Approachment in various Sectors

18.

Food, Health, Education, Attire, Identity for Everyone

19.

Water Sanitation

20.

Clean and Green program

 

 

 

Extracurricular Activity

1.

Yoga

2.

Meditation

3.

Media Interaction

4.

Advertisement

5.

Social Media Involvement

6.

Importance of Travel

7.

Importance of Entertainment and Music

8.

Gymnasium

9.

Dietician

10.

Know Culture and Traditions

11.

Karate and Techniques

12.

Security Techniques for Women and Girls

13.

Jalneti

 

 

Business Techniques

1.

Build a Carrier

2.

Start a Business

3.

Salesmanship

4.

Product Knowledge

5.

Finance Management

6.

Cash Counter Management

7.

Dealing of Money

8.

Principles of Success

9.

Time Management

10.

Software installation and management

11.

On-line Billing

12.

On- line Trading

13.

Investment of Money

14.

Reading a Financial Statement

15.

Negotiation

16.

Stock Maintenance

17.

Bar Code Reading

18.

Balance Reconciliation

19.

Profit Calculation

20.

Raw Material Management

21.

Order and Purchase Management

22.

Quality Management

23.

Dashboard Accounting

24.

Saving Money

25.

Further Investment

 

 

 

TECHNICAL TRAINING SESSION FOR VARIOUS DIVISIONS

 

 

FOOD DIVISION

1.

Culinary Course

2.

Chef Course

3.

Food Services

4.

Mangling Software

 

 

HEALTH DIVISION

1.

Basic Treatment

2.

Medical Coding

3.

B.P/ Sugar Measurement

4.

Injection

5.

Making Prescription

6.

On-line Video Call process

7.

Basic Health Tests

8.

Routine Health Checkups

9.

Mangling Software

 

 

EDUCATION DIVISION

1.

Know about Courses

2.

On-line enrollment

3.

On-line form fill ups

4.

Issuing of Certificates

5.

On-line Class management

6.

Mangling Software

 

 

GENERAL SERVICES DIVISION

1.

On-line Services

2.

Aadhar Card

3.

Voter Card

4.

PAN Card

5.

Dish Recharge

6.

Land Documents

7.

Electric Bill

8.

Mobile Bill

9.

Bank Transections

10.

Residential Certificate

11.

Caste Certificate

12.

OBC Certificate

13.

SEBC Certificate

14.

Income Certificate

15.

Solvency Certificate

16.

Legal Heir Certificate

17.

UMANG Application

18.

BHIM Application

19.

Mangling Software

 

 

TEXTILES DIVISION

1.

Know about the Products

2.

Mangling Software

 

 

FMCG DIVISION

1.

Know about the products

2.

Mangling Software

3.

Mangling Software

 

 

CONCLUSION SPEECH

1.

Your Life in Your Hand

2.

Face Failure

3.

Be Strong

4.

LUMIGA VIDEO

 

SPECIAL TRAINING SESSION FOR EVERY CANDIDATES NCMGC

Dinacharya (Daily routine of Trainees in DGBG)

 

  1. Definition

Activities performed from waking up till retiring for the day are collectively called Dinacharya. Anhik (Daily rituals in the morning) and nityakarma (Daily duties)

 

  1. Importance
  2. Dinacharya should go hand in hand with the laws of Nature

Dinacharya is planned such that a man remains healthy all his life and without any illness. The health of an individual depends upon his diet, exercise and actions. Thus, Dinacharya is important from the perspective of health. If Dinacharya is in harmony with the laws of Nature, then man will benefit and not get distressed. Hence, it is necessary to behave in harmony with Nature (as advised by Dharma); for example, waking up early in the morning, rinsing the mouth, cleansing the teeth, bathing etc. Sages performed daily ablutions, bathed and performed sandhya (Ritualistic worship of the Sun Deity to be performed daily at sunrise, noon and sunset by all those whose thread ceremony is performed. It is accompanied by chanting of the Gayatri mantra(A sacred verse from the Vedas, to be recited mentally by a Brahman (One who belongs to the first of the four varnas (Class), studies scriptures and imparts knowledge to the society)) at Brahmamuhurt. After that, they would study the Vedas, do farming and retire to bed early at night. That is why, they were physically healthy. Today, people are behaving against the laws of Nature and hence, their health has worsened. Even animals and birds perform Dinacharya as per the laws of Nature.

 

  1. An individual strictly adhering to daily rituals does not become target to disasters like poverty, illness, vices, psychological disorders etc.

The scriptures on Dharma have given high priority to daily rituals. While setting the laws of daily rituals, the scriptures have, on one hand, given importance to the science that helps and nurtures the physical body, and psychology that causes development and evolution of the mind is also dealt with in detail. An individual strictly adhering to daily rituals does not become a victim of calamities such as poverty, illness, vices, psychological disorders etc.

 

  1. Some Karmas included in Dinacharya

All karmas right from waking up in the morning till retiring to bed at night are included in Dinacharya. Details of some are given ahead.

 

Nityakarma

Activities which when performed result in gaining only purification of the subconscious mind, still their non-performance leads to demerits – these are called nityakarma. For example, chanting the Gayatri-mantra and performing sandhya are nityakarma for a Brahman.

 

Some examples of Nityakarma

  1. Nityakarma as prescribed by varna

The nityakarma of a Brahman is adhyayan (Study) and adhyapan (Imparting knowledge, teaching, instruction), that is, learning about spiritual practice and communicating it to others. Nityakarma of a Kshatriya (One who belongs to the second of the four varnas, namely the warrior class) is protecting society from evildoers, nityakarma of a Vaishya (One who belongs to the third of the four varnas and carries on some trade) is serving the society through cattle-breeding, farming and business, and that of a Shudra is conducting any trade except that conducted by Brahmans and Kshatriyas.

 

  1. Nityakarma as prescribed by the ashrams (Stages of life)

Studying how to follow Dharma while in the stage of Brahmacharyashram (The first among the four stages of life – the Stage of celibacy); repaying debts unto God, Sages, departed ancestors and the society in Gruhasthashram (The second among the four stages of life, namely, the Stage of the married householder); performing spiritual practice with the aim of purification of the body and studying philosophy in Vanprasthashram (Third stage among the four stages of life, Stage of retired householder); and asking for alms, chanting, meditating etc.

 

In Sanskrit Dina means daily and Charya means following, moving. Ayurveda recommends that in order to be optimally healthy we should tune our bodies to the nature’s master cycle which in turn regulates the various other rhythms.

Everyday two cycles of change pass through us, each bringing a Vata, Pitta, or Kapha predominance. The approximate times of these cycles are as follows:

First Cycle:

6 A.M. to 10 A.M. – Kapha

10 A.M. to 2 P.M. – Pitta

2 P.M. to 6 P.M. – Vata

Second Cycle:

6 P.M. to 10 P.M. – Kapha

10 P.M. to 2 A.M. – Pitta

2 A.M to 6 A.M. – Vata

Considering the above cycles the ideal schedule should be like this :

 

Contents

Morning

Time to wake up: A healthy person should get up two hours before sunrise. During this hours the Vata element is dominant. Waking up two hours before dawn you utilize the Vata qualities in the nature. Vata is light, subtle and clear and this helps in tuning the body to the delicate messages the nature sends. This is the time when there is the most sattva in the air and environment. It is the most fresh and pure time of the day. Some exceptions to this rule of rising are the very young, the old, parents with small children, and people with diseases.

Elimination: Drinking a glass or two of warm water helps in the elimination. As soon as possible empty your colon and bladder. Proper elimination ensures your body’s proper functioning. If you wait until later in the morning or during the day you are slowly poisoning yourself (due to accumulation of toxins and wastes) and creating an opportunity for chronic conditions to arise.

Cleaning of Senses: Wash the eyes with water. Preferably use rose water and Triphala to purify the sight. Brush the teeth and scrape the tongue with a tongue cleaner to purify your mouth and the taste buds. Ayurveda considers the coating of the tongue as an indicator of ‘Aama’ or toxins in the colon. Gargle with warm water or herbal tea to purify your voice and strengthen your teeth. Fill your mouth with sesame oil and keep it a few minutes before spitting. This strengthens the teeth, improves the sense of taste, lubricates the palate and is good for eyes. Put a little oil in your nose to purify the sinuses and your sense of smell. The traditional Dinacharya also recommends that you inhale the smoke of medicinal herbs every morning to purify the mind, head, face, neck and lungs.

Massage: Abhyanga is the name for oil massage with sesame oil. This is typically a self massage. It is one of the main ways that Ayurveda keeps us strong and prevents us from aging. This massage need not be long and cumbersome. Massaging the Scalp, forehead, temples, hand and feet for about 5 minutes is sufficient.

Exercise: Vyayama is the name for physical exercise. This is usually some Yoga postures and breathing exercises (Pranayama) but it can be anything including a walk, a swim, sun salutes or whatever. This early morning exercise removes stagnation in the body and mind, strengthens the digestive fire, reduces fat and gives you an overall feeling of lightness and joy as it fills your body with good, fresh and pure Prana. It is not to be strenuous. In fact, exercising at one fourth to one half of your capacity is recommended.

Bath: After exercise bath to remove any excess oil and dirt. Both showers and bathtubs are recommended in the classics. Usually warm water baths are suggested. Put on clean clothing after the bath.

Prayer & Meditation: Praying and worshipping God by offering flowers and food is done to purify one’s mind and to surrender ego and the results of all actions to God. Then meditate for a few minutes to an hour and see who you really are, put your attention towards Awareness. This is the most important aspect of Dinacharya. Simply be quiet, sit in Peace.

Breakfast: This should be warm, nourishing and wholesome.

Study / Work: Do what you do from now until noon.

The Morning Rituals

The list below, from Axel Michaels’ book “Hinduism: Past and Present,” breaks down the morning ritual as follows:

1.Washing 2. Breath control (pranayama) 3. Washing the mouth (acamana) 4.Ritual washing (marjana) 5.Wiping out guilt substance (aghamarsana) 6. Sun worship (surya-upasthana) 7. Silent Gayatri recitation (gayatrijapa) 8. Hand Gestures (mudra) 9. Libations to gods, seers and ancestors (tarpana) 10.Libations to the sun (surya-arghya) 11.Ritual dissolution (utsarjana) 12.Applying a forehead sign (bhasma) 13.Ritual conclusion (samkalpa) 14. Ritualistic physical postures (nyasa)

Morning Purification

Steps 1-5: The morning cleaning of body and mouth is important not only for purification of the body, but also of the mind. Holy water from a river (preferably the Ganges) may be used during this ritual while reciting this prayer: “Om. Be he pure, impure, or in any state whatever, he who thinks of the Lotus-Eyed One (Vishnu) is pure both within and without.”

Washing is combined with breath control (pranayama). There are specific ways of washing. Certain fingers or the thumb of the right hand must be used, and each of the fingers, as well as parts of the hand, are assigned to represent individual deities.

The following is a prayer for purification of the mind: GovindethisadasnanamGovindethisadajapam, Govindethisadadhyanam, sadaGovindakeerthanam.

Translation: Meditate on Govinda while taking a bath, Meditate on him in your prayers, Meditate on him while thinking of God, And always sing his name.

Sun Worship

Steps 6-10: The Gayatri Mantra, a prayer to the sun, is a well-known and holy prayer, essential to the morning ritual. In Sanskrit, it reads:

Om bhurbhuvahsvah tat saviturvaren(i)yam bhargodevasyadhimahidhiyoyo nah procodayat

The prayer has been translated in a myriad of ways, but all pare down to the same general meaning. Translated by Hindu sage Swami Vivekananda, it simply states: We meditate on the glory of that Being who has produced this universe; may He enlighten our minds.

Prayers are followed by tarpana, or offerings to the gods. Specific hand gestures must be used, which are different for each deity.

The Tilak and Postures

Steps 11-14: Applying a sign of caste or sect (tilak) on the forehead is a final part of the morning ritual. Usually these are self-applied but can also be applied by a Brahmin (priest) at temple after worship. On a man, the tilak will be in the form of lines. Vertical signs made of sandalwood paste (chandan) indicate a devotion to Hindu god Vishnu. Devotees of Shiva apply horizontal lines made from sacred ashes (bhasma). Those who worship the goddess Shakti apply a red powder made from turmeric (kumkum). Traditionally, a married woman will wear a bindi (dot), which is a symbol of feminine power. The tilak is placed between the eyebrows, in the location of the “third eye”, where one must focus attention during meditation. Finally one must practice nyasa, the practice of reciting a specific mantra during physical postures, in order to awaken the deity that presides in those parts of the body.

Noon

Lunch: It should be taken early between 12 and 1 P.M. This coincides with the peak Pitta period, Pitta is responsible for digestion. Ayurveda recommends that the lunch should be the largest meal of the day consisting of wholesome food with all the six tastes. After the meal it is good to take a little walk, a couple hundred steps only, to help the food digest.

Sciesta: Anything more than a short nap should be avoided because sleeping in the day is prohibited in Ayurveda due to the fear of accumulation of vitiated kapha.

Study / Work:Do what you do from now until supper.

Sundown

Sundown is a special time of balance between day and night. In this balance it is easier for your mind to stop long enough so that you can see your Self. This is the time for evening prayers and meditations in many cultures around the world.

Dinner

It should be taken around 6 – 7 P.M. It should be lighter than the lunch. The dinner should be at least three hours before bedtime as gives the body ample time to digest the food. Sleeping just after the dinner with a heavy stomach is not conducive to a sound sleep.

Walk to aid digestion for about 10 – 15 minutes.

Ease: From dinner to bedtime just take it easy. Spend time with family, interact with friends, red, and relax.

Bedtime

Go to sleep around 9 – 10 P.M. so that you can get 6 to 7 hours of sleep before 4:30 am. A good practice is to massage the soles of your feet with oil before going to bed. This will calm your system and promote wellbeing.

And remember to take your Triphala before sleep. This will nourish your eyes and also will ensure proper digestion and elimination.

One should try to keep the routine as close to the recommended Dincharya as possible. The body might resist the change for a first few days but if you do manage to persist then you are bound to get rewarded with a much healthier and satisfying life.

Notes

Research has shown that any new activity continuously done for 21 days, naturally and automatically becomes part of your routine and that the body and mind get accommodated with it.

 

 

DISTRIBUTION OF UNIFORMS AND IDENTITY CARDS

 

 

WORK IN DEMO DIGITAL HUB FOR 5 DAYS

 

 

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