'Harmony in upbringing': Arathi Rajarathnam navigates family bonds, education in Educafetext_fields
Dubai: Concerns about neglecting family responsibilities amidst the hustle and bustle of life are prevalent. Despite some being attentive, not everyone finds satisfaction in this matter. Success in addressing this issue lies in understanding the preferences, tastes and interests of the new generation and engaging with them. Arathi C. Rajarathnam, one of the prominent writers and mental health experts, shares insights and ideas on these aspects in the Gulf Madhyamam Educafe.
This session deals with some important aspects that a parent should keep in mind while interacting with their kid regarding family comprehension and mental well-being. She will also discuss topics regarding study habits as it is very crucial for young learners.
Arathi C. Rajarathnam plays a significant role in developing and presenting modern educational initiatives in India and abroad. Her innovative educational model has gained acclaim globally, contributing significantly to reshaping education traditions. Moreover, Arathi runs many Child Guidance Centers and Counseling Clinics, guiding students and children. Her goal is to redefine global educational practices and receive accolades for promoting this vision.
Arathi's involvement with Educafe aims to create opportunities for guardians to interact with her regarding their concerns and queries about their child's future. It is truly a valuable platform for guardians to gain such rare insights and visions.
The session will be held at the Muhasin Dubai Academy on November 15-16. Leading professors, and students who have won numerous awards, will also engage in the session for two days. "Students from grades 10, 11, 12 and degree are focused here. Students, parents and educators who are interested in studying abroad can also be a part of this event. To participate, you can register on the Educafe website (https://www.myeducafe.com/), and both registration and admission are completely free. For additional inquiries, please call +971 504851700."