I am really sorry. I should have thought before confirming for Hoshangabad.
I feel we need more teams - as there will be four parallel sessions - if we
have only four teams, all of them will be busy in sessions throughout the
day, without a single gap. At least one more team is needed.
Could we meet a day earlier in Amravati? Reach on 20th evening instead of
21st evening? That way everyone will be well-rested and also familiar with
the space. The team members will get time to discuss things and orient
themselves. It will be good to have two full days (21st and 22nd) - in case
we realise there are more last-minute arrangements. What do you feel? Or at
least some of us reach by 20th evening?
We need to tell the Prabodhini people to make arrangements that are
appropriate for hands-on sessions. We will need a lot of old newspapers to
place on the ground - they are really paranoid about their walls and floors
- as they try to maintain an image of a corporate-type "posh" space.
Spoke to some people who run a school in Amravati. We will be able to ask
them for suggestions to source things locally and any other arrangements
like accommodation if needed.
On 14 December 2017 at 20:42, Uma Sudhir <uma.eklavya@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Now that Anish says he will be coming directly to Amravati, we will be
having a tough time doing any planning.
But the teams seem to be okay.
PS I believe Tultul has talked to Kiran, why isn't she part of any of the
On Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 7:41 PM, Nitika Meena <nitika1511@xxxxxxxxx>
Rajesh Bhai have suggested a team for the teacher training program in
Amravati which is as follows:
Uma Shankar Poste
Please review the same and suggest the changes required.
Also biology chapters will be covered by team B1 and chemistry by team C1.
Anish and Bhas you are requested to divide the physics chapters among
your respective team members.
Rajesh Bhai- I do not have email Id of all the resource persons who are a
part of the team, could you share their email Id so that even they are
Please suggest if I have missed out something.