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Swacch Manas Seminar

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Ramakrishna Mission, Mangalore is organizing Swacch Manas Seminar on 4th November. About 600 Engineering students are expected to participate in the half day Programme.

Sri T R Suresh, Mangaluru City Police Commissioner will e inaugurating the Seminar. Swami Muktidanandaji, Trustee, Ramakrishna Math & Ramakrishna Mission will be the Chief Guest. Swami Sarvasthanandaji, Designate Minister-In-Charge, Ramakrishna Vedanata Centre, UK and Prof. Raghothama Rao K, Director, Manas Training Academy, Bangalore will resource persons.

Details of the Programme are given below:

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Medha – Workshop on Value Education for B.Ed. Students

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The Workshop started with Vedic chanting, followed by the Keynote address of Swami Jitakamanandaji, Adhyaksha, Ramakrishna Math, Mangalore on the 10th September 2014.

Chairman and Managing Director of KIOCL, Bangalore, Sri Malay Chatterjee inaugurated the programme. In the inaugural address he pointed out that the present education system lacks the spiritual touch of the knowledge of the Rishis. Hence Education needs Value inculcation to protect family system, society and our country.

Swami Muktidanandaji, Trustee Ramakrishna Math & Ramakrishna Mission and Adhyaksha, Ramakrishna Ashrama, Mysore distributed the scholarships to the needy on behalf of Mangalore Ashrama. He said, “Personality should be divinity centered, not self centered, and education should kindle the Medha in the pupil.”

Dr K Devraj, Director, SDM Management Studies and Research Institute, Mangalore also spoke on the occasion.

Swami Sarvapriyanandaji interacted with the students on ‘Self-Control and Concentration: Two powerful ideas from Swami Vivekananda’s Philosophy of Education’. Sri Suresh Kulkarni spoke on ‘Effective Teaching Skill’ and Prof Raghothama Rao discussed the topic,  ‘Presentation Skills’.

Sri Santosh Alva compered during the programme.

Around 500 B.Ed. students took part in the whole day workshop. All the delegates were distributed snacks, lunch, customized notepads, pens, complimentary booklets and certificates.