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Seminars for Youths & Headmasters on 26th & 27th Aug

As a prelude to Swami Vivekananda’s 150th Birth Anniversary celebrations being observed worldwide, Mangalore Ramakrishna Math has taken lot of initiatives to inculcate values and a sense of social responsibility leading to enlightened citizenship among the youths, students and teachers – the sections that have greatly mattered in bringing about a change for good, in the past, present and future. We believe India’s future walks through the doors of our schools every day.

We are organizing Seminars for students of post Graduate studies in Social Work on the 26th August and for Headmasters of Dakshina Kannada highschools on the 27th August. The details of the programme are given in the following pages. Entry to these seminars is through prior registration.

All interested youths and teachers are requested to attend the seminars and be benefitted.

The details of the programme is given:

Seminars for Youths Conducted

Ramakrishna Math, Mangalore conducted Seminars for Youths from 27th to 29th September. More than 600 youths participated on each day in the seminars. The seminar was organized for B Ed students on the first day, Students of Post Graduate Studies in Social Work and Management on the second day and for engineering students on the third day. Lokayukta of Karnataka, Justice N Santosh Hegde, Swami Sarvasthanandaji of Ramakrishna Ashrama, Rajkot, Dr. H N Vishwanath of Mysore, Prof. Swapan Garain of Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, Sri Hiranmay Mahanta of IIM, Ahmedabad were the resource persons. The purpose of this seminar was to synergize talents and capabilities of our youths to script the great Indian story of inclusive growth – a total regeneration of our country in all the fields of life, encompassing all the sections of the society, as envisioned by Swami Vivekananda. The seminars were organized as a prelude to Swami Vivekananda’s 150th Birth Anniversary Celebrations.

More snaps of the event can be seen in the following link: