Final year MBA Students attend Shraddha'17
Ramakrishna Mission, Mangaluru had organized Shraddha’17 – Seminar for Post Graduate Students on the topic “Awakening Inner Strength” in the Ashrama auditorium. The One-Day Seminar started with a formal inaugural ceremony in the presence of Swami Jitakamanandaji Maharaj, Adhyaksha, Ramakrishna Mission, Mangaluru, Revered Swami Shantatmanandaji Maharaj, Secretary, Ramakrishna Mission, New Delhi, Mr. Pramod Madhvaraj, Honourable Minister for Fisheries, Sports & Youth Affairs, Govt of Karnataka, Mr. J R Lobo, Honourable MLA, Mangaluru South Chief Guest for the programme and Mr. V. Srinivas, CEO, Illuminate Knowledge Resources, Mumbai.
The first session was handled by Revered Swami Shantatmanandaji Maharaj, on the topic “Awakening Inner Strength”. In his speech, he stressed on “Atma Shradha” which meant “Faith in one’s potential”. He gave examples of several eminent personalities and shared their inspiring life stories. He beckoned the students to work towards nation building activities.
The second session was by Mr. Srinivas.V, who leads a team at “Illuminate Knowledge Resources”, a design lab and consulting firm specializing in architecting design collectives in various Institutional and community settings. He spoke on the topic “Growth with Roots – A Vision for our Careers”. He spoke about the challenges and opportunities in front of students. He emphasized that “It is not the Profession that matters, but the Mindset”. He asked the Gen-Next to be a job creator than a mere job seeker in the wake of ever changing industry requirements. He also gave away few success mantras to students to succeed in their lives.
Prof. K Raghothama Rao delivered the last session on “Realize your Potential”. He has over two decades of teaching and training experience, having trained students, teachers and corporate, both in India and abroad. He is the Director of MANAS Centre for Training & Development, Bengaluru & Director of Human Networking Academy. He inspired students to put in more efforts to realize their dreams. He conducted several activities in order to invoke and unleash the hidden talents of students. About 100 final year MBA students along with five faculty members attended the programme.