Report on yoga day celebration organized by IQAC, SUM College of Teacher education  on June 21, 2023 


On June 21, 2023, the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC); SUM College of  Teacher education hosted the yoga day celebration. The program’s goal was to help participants  comprehend the value of and methods for practicing yoga. Director of the Punarajani Yoga  Center Chakkarakkal, Mr. Govindan Master, served as the program’s resource. 

Resource person: 

Mr. Govindan master, the esteemed resource person for the program, brought a wealth  of knowledge and experience in the field of yoga. 

program content: 

The show concentrated on the significance of yoga in the modern world and featured  demonstrations of several yoga asanas, along with information on their significance and how  to perform them correctly. Among the issues being discussed are: 

1. Surya Namaskar or Sun Salutation:  

It is ideal to perform the Surya Namaskar steps first thing in the morning while  feeling empty. Two sets of yoga positions, each consisting of 12 poses, make up each  cycle of the Sun Salutation.

2. Meditative asanas: 

Siddhasana (Adept Pose) 

Vajrasana (Sitting on the heels) 

Swastikasana (Auspicious Pose) 

Program impact: 

Everyone who takes part in the yoga day celebration program, including faculty  members, students, and other non-teaching staff, benefits greatly. Mr. Govindan Master  discussed the value of yoga and its methods. Participants had a deeper grasp of yoga and how  it may be successfully incorporated into daily life. 


The SUM College of Teacher Education’s internal quality assurance cell (IQAC)  successfully arranged the yoga day celebration, which was held on June 21, 2023. The expert  increases understanding of yoga and its application