Qasmi Education and Welfare Society arranged camps for parents at various places for their children.

Parents have been rearing children for so long that it would seem there could not possibly be any more problems in child management.

It is no wonder that many parents are confused and lack confidence in their qualifications and ability to rear their youngsters successfully.

The purpose of these camps was not to furnish easy answers for such everyday questions as "What can I do to make my child mind? "Or" How can I teach Jyoti good manners ? "Or" How can I make Two year - Old Zaid share his toys with his friends and neighbour ? "Or" What makes my child so fidgety?" Rather, the purpose was to help parents overcome some of their uncertainties and worries and to give them - in general terms - information's about child rearing and management.

The most important single principle is that very thing must be done for the children in a spirit and an atmosphere of love, acceptance and understanding. The emphasis was on proper child management was not on naughty children, but on good children who sometimes do naughty things.

It was told in camps that parents must learn to handle unacceptable behaviour until children can grow sufficiently to behave the way their parents would like them to.

reasons and remedies like feeding and Bowel problem. Vomiting, Rumination, Dirt Eating, Crying, Thumb Sucking, Head Rolling, Shyness and Stubbornness, Bladder Control, Sleep Disturbances and Night Terror.

Regarding the speech problem our experts suggested as follow:-

01. Do nothing to call attention to the inter-suctions in speech, if yours child has begun to notice them. Let him know they are quite normal under the circumstances and so, of course, acceptable. You can make him self-conscious about his speech even by praising it, if you praise it too much. But error, if you must, by approving it more then is justified.

02. If he hesitates in his speech more then most children do, and especially if he hesitates with strain or tension look about him and at yourself, the rest of the family and his playing mates to find the conditions which are to blame: then do what you can improve them, look for situations of stress between people.

03. In order to understand the problem better, try to notice the conditions under which he hesitates and repeats. There are certain conditions under which practically any child tends to speak smoothly and other conditions under which they tend to speak hesitatingly.

04. Never in talking to or about him, label him a stutters or call his speech stuttering

05. Try to be kind of listener a child likes to talk to, let him know that you enjoy hearing him talk and read to him whenever you can. Let him know that you love him.

06. Try to cut down on scolding and use praise as often as you can.

07. Never ask him to "speak pieces" or show off his speech for family, neighbors or company.

08. Try to be as friendly and considerate towards him as you would be forwards a house guest.