On 14/10 a seminar was conducted by Ms Vidushi Mann on the topic Social Emotional learning. The primary focus of the seminar was Social Emotional Learning (SEL). Ms. Vidhushi delivered a comprehensive presentation on what SEL is and she also explained the five key aspects of SEL, while also touching upon the Pygmalion effect. The resource person began her presentation by defining SEL as an educational framework that emphasizes the development of students' emotional intelligence, social skills, and self-awareness. Five Aspects of SEL: a. Self-Awareness: Through which a student can recognize and understand their emotions, strengths, and weaknesses. b. Self-Management: How to regulate their emotions, set goals, and develop effective problem-solving skills. c. Social Awareness: She discussed the importance of developing empathy and understanding for others. d. Relationship Skills: Vidhushi Ma'am underscored how to build and maintained positive relationships, including effective communication, active listening, and conflict resolution. The resource person explained this role by emphasizing the importance of ethical and thoughtful choices. They briefly introduced the concept of the Pygmalion effect, also known as the "self-fulfilling prophecy." How teacher expectations can influence on how educators' beliefs and attitudes can shape students' outcomes. It was an informative and engaging event, thanks to the valuable insights provided by Vidhushi Ma'am. This seminar was a significant step in enhancing the overall educational experience for our students.