Category Archives: Orientation

Orientation Bangalore region, February

Orientation Bangalore region, February

FSL India has hosted 4 long Term Volunteers from Germany, Sweden and America. Volunteer has gone through the different sessions, to prepare themselves for their successful journey in India. Regarding orientation,  we usually carry out different activities during orientation week such as Indian welcome, expectation and fear conflict in communication, Safety, Understand cultural indicator, Introduction about FSL India, Indian lifestyle, Social concerns of India, project information, Indian pedagogy, volunteer’s role and responsibility and Hindu philosophy.

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Orientation- Kundapur, July

Orientation- Kundapur, July

In the month of July, FSL India hosted 03 Long Term Volunteers from two different countries (Italy & Spain).  Every evening we have organised different events for the exchange of Intercultural learning. First day was  traditional Indian welcome , all the volunteers had chance to have Henna, Meanwhile volunteers had the opportunity to test their skills by working in a project for the half day during the week. Volunteers were also predicated in paddy cultivation in form. They had chance to visit Hindu temple called Kundeshwra.

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Orientation -Bangalore, July

Orientation -Bangalore, July

In the month of June, FSL India hosted 05 Long Term Volunteers from 3 different countries (France, Estonia, and Austria).  Every day evening we have organised different events for the exchange of Intercultural learning. First day was  traditional Indian welcome , all the volunteers had chance to have Henna, Meanwhile volunteers had the opportunity to test their skills by working in a project for the half day during the week. Volunteers were also presented the facts and figures of their counties to the school children during “Country Presentation” session. They had chance to saw the Cultural dance “Baratanatya”. They cooked there country food and shared with Indians.

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