About Bhoomi’s Online Modules:
This year Bhoomi has started online Modules. Each of these modules will see participants engage with our facilitators for six online sessions of 2 hours each. Apart from the online sessions, suggestions for experiential and hands-on work wherever possible will be made; there will also be preparatory and review work that the participants will be expected to complete.
Those who attend the entire module will receive a certificate from Bhoomi of module completion. All sessions will be held on zoom and login information along with resource materials and instructions will be provided well in advance.
Who is it for?
- Anyone looking at alternatives
- Students interested in exploring meaningful career options
- Individuals and groups working for NGOs and other initiatives
The five modules offered are:
1. Connecting to Self, Land and Community (4th July – 8th August, 2020)
The module will focus on how we can connect better with ourselves and ecosystems around us. Systems Thinking, Complexity and Nature's Principles will be explored to see how we can foster a sense of belonging and stewardship to the ecosystems that we are part of. Facilitators and the group will go on a shared journey of holistic enquiry within oneself and with each other.
2. Food, Health and Immunity (16th August – 5th September, 2020)
“We are what we eat”
This module will focus on the interconnections that are there between the food we eat and our wellbeing. The facilitators and the group will also engage with how we can take charge of our health by building immunity and resilience within us rather than being dependent on experts alone or panic at the thought of infections. Perspective building around processed food, forgotten grains, local foods as well as sharing recipes that are wholesome and local.
3. Let us Localise (12th September – 30th September, 2020)
Today many voices around are looking at localisation - at least for basics and staples - as a solution to the problems created by unbridled globalisation that is dominating the world.
This module will attempt to invite participants to an action oriented way of engaging with localisation - by understanding their own localities and forming groups to initiate local projects. The glamour of globalisation, how localisation is good for our wellbeing, local foods, examples of local economies, sharing of ideas and tips for community building will be some of the themes of the six sessions of this module.
4. Ecological Living in Urban Areas (10th October – 5th November, 2020)
This module will focus on ways in which we can make urban life more sustainable. The module will focus on water, waste and energy as the main three issues that we deal with in cities today. At present cities are huge resource consumers while rural areas have resources sucked out of them - as is very evident when it comes to water, minerals and labour. Hence we will explore the possibility of making cities regenerative. We will also look at community initiatives across the country and the world that are working on urban sustainability.
5. Education for Sustainability (21st November – 19th December, 2020)
This module will focus on the kind of education that is essential for more ecologically sensitive living. Along with concepts and information, learning processes for living, such as cooperation / collaboration, self-regulation, critical and holistic thinking will be engaged with. The important elements for such an education will be touched upon - for example deep acceptance of diversity, education about food and wellbeing, holistic inquiry etc.
Fee and Registration
The fee for each module is 6000 INR.
In case you sign up for all 5 modules, you can avail of a discount and pay 25,000 INR.
We will have a maximum of 30 participants for each module. To register, please make the payment using the bank details provided below and send us the transaction receipt. To know more about the modules, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign up for at least 2 modules and get a set of 14 issues of the Bhoomi magazine FREE
Sign up for all 5 modules to get 28 issues of Bhoomi magazine FREE
These hard copies will be couriered to your postal address which you need to provide.
These thematic issues include articles by world renowned thinkers, pioneers and writers.
Beneficiary Name : KN Ananthasivan Foundation for Education
Name of the Bank : ICICI Bank Ltd.
Branch Name : Kasavanahalli Branch
Branch Address : Aadeshwar Towers, MA College Road, Kasavanahalli Road, Off Sarjapur Road, Bangalore-560034
Account No : 317101000439
IFSC Code : ICIC0003171