Every month at BYJU’S, we focus on a different theme for BYJUites to take part in interesting events, contests and workshops. The third month of 2022 focussed on Inclusion at Workplace as the overarching theme, with a mix of activities ensuring both fun and learning for BYJUites.
Catch up on everything that brewed at BYJU’S in the month of March
We celebrated a Week of Inclusion at BYJU’S ahead of International Women’s Day, during which BYJUites indulged in week-long activities. Among the key sessions were a de-stressing workshop, a session on self-defense, and a workshop that addressed the issue of Unconscious Bias. The celebrations concluded with a grand event – a panel discussion on Building Inclusive Workplaces – where thought-provoking and interesting conversation took place between Prathyusha Agarwal, Rachna Bahadur, and Mansi Kasliwal, moderated by Vineet Singh.
Read More about our Women’s Day Celebrations
In March, we also launched a new property, called InspiHER. This is a space dedicated to spotlighting the stories of women at BYJU’S and learning from their experiences and aspirations. With this launch, BYJUites can now look forward to informative webinars, discussions, and inspiring stories from fellow [email protected]’S and tips and learnings from senior leadership.
Vinay MR, Chief Content Officer, BYJU’S addressed BYJUites in the town hall this month, shedding light on the world of media, content, and academics. The town hall started with stories of his personal journey and learnings at BYJU’S, spanning over the last 15 years. He also shared insights into a few interesting projects and updates on products that are in the pipeline. The highlight of the town hall, however, was Vinay walking BYJUites through the step-by-step process of content creation and consumption. It was nothing short of incredible to learn what goes into creating world-class content.
“We have to keep in mind that everything that we’re doing has a massive impact and every person who’s doing it is bringing in that impact,” said Vinay, talking about creating a culture of accessibility in BYJU’S.
Little fingers, messy hands, pretty colours and cute smiles! We witnessed all this and more during our Thumb Painting Workshop for li’l BYJUites. The young champs, who joined us for this super engaging workshop, created some adorable artworks using their tiny fingers. We were truly mesmerised by their art and their enthusiasm.
Check out their adorable entries below
Imagine a session where you can learn all about the art of writing poems. To celebrate World Poetry Week, we conducted a poetry workshop led by Mahek Jangda, a poet and novelist who charmed BYJUites with the magic of words. And that’s not all! At the end of the workshop, we announced a surprise poetry-writing contest, giving BYJUites a chance to express their emotions with poetry.
Check out the best entries here
What happens when BYJUites take part in an hour-long workshop, dedicated to the art of cartooning? Well, the creative juices start taking over with imagination bringing to life some of the most expressive, delightful cartoon characters. From faces, to stick figures and entire characters, the Basics of Cartooning workshop was indeed a grand success with BYJUites participating in large numbers.
To bring the month of March to a close, we organised a thrilling Mentalist Show. It was mystifying, entertaining, and fun to witness Mentalist Rakesh Syam engage BYJUites and their family members in some astonishing mind-reading sessions. We believe that a positive work environment is important to bring the best to the table. And that’s what Life at BYJU’S is all about. Do let us know in the comments below if you enjoyed March at BYJU’S, and what workshops you would like to be a part of in the coming months. We would love to organise them for you.
A PR-professional-turned-Storyweaver, Disha loves people, conversations and all things extra. Anything to do with creating amazing experiences for employees and raising the coolness factor of the workplace - she's up for it! Other than running the show for Life At BYJU'S, Disha is a massive Bollywood fan, doggo videos addict and the biggest Ranveer Singh fan ever. Do reach out to her at [email protected], if you have ideas and thoughts to add fun quotient in your workplace. She would love to drive them for you
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