|Name of the Event:||One day FDP|
|Topic:||“Your Work Defines You and You Define Your Nation”|
|Chief Guest:||Sri Sri Veereshananda Saraswathi President, Ramakrishna Vivekananda Ashrama, Tumkuru|
|Date:||11 - 1 - 2022|
|Target Audience:||Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff|
SABS, Department of Commerce and Management in association with Seshadripuram Independent PU College organized the FDP on the topic in the view motivating the entire work team. Sowmya D.N Associate Professor and HOD of the Department of Commerce and Management opened the programme with a few words of welcome. The programme began with an invocation song performed by Rohini S.S, an assistant professor in the Department of Commerce and Management, and the dignitaries lighting the lamp.
Sri Sri Veereshananda Saraswathi, the keynote speaker, began his remarks by stating that teachers should always be moralized but not demoralized; he then went on to give examples of mythological preaching, real incidents, and explained that a wise man treats work and worship in the same way; he also stated that experience is always the best teacher, and that a teacher is more than just an individual; is an institution. According to Swamiji, the gist of the Ramayana and Mahabharatha is that one can become a perfectionist in their life by reading and inculcating the Bhagavadgeetha on a regular basis. Swamiji went on to say that responsibility and privileges are two sides of the same coin, and that we must work successfully and efficiently to obtain privileges. We must priorities our responsibilities before our rights. The speaker's statements clearly demonstrated that our professional ethics identifies us, and that we, the faculties, are the future nation's builders.
At the conclusion of the recital, the audience had a clear understanding that their each one can contributes to the nation's proficiency, as his wise words state: "A teacher is not just a human; they are a resource". Prof. Jayarama, SABS Principal, and Dr. Manjunath, SIPUC Principal, each gave their thoughts. Professor Asha G. HOD. of the Department of Kannada gave the closing remarks to the programe.