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Seminar  Series 2 - Growing Gracefully with Leadership Skills

On 14 December 2019 a day seminar for college students was held at PILLAR.  90 students from Meenakshi College, Arul Anandar College, Institute of Cooperative Management and Ayya Nadar Janakiammal college (Sivakasi) participated in it.

The morning sessions dealt with two themes: one on “Goal Setting: A way of Success” by Dr. S. Paul Pragash; and the other on “Time Management” by Dr. Joseph Devadason. The two afternoon sessions concentrated on two historical persons – Martin Luther King Jr. and EVR. Periyar.  

 

Dr. S. Emmanuel highlighted the leadership role played by Martin Luther King Jr. in liberating the decedents of African black slaves from slavery by peaceful means.  Dr. Anand Amaladass , in his presentation, highlighted the revolutionary thinking of EVR who demolished the Brahmanical powers and brought liberation to the lower castes of  Sudras and Dalits.

Seminar 1 - Self Development - Affective Maturity

On 14 September 2019 a day seminar for college students was held at PILLAR.  69 students from Meenakshi College, Arul Anandar College, Institute of Cooperative Management, Fatima Micheal College of Engineering, Ayya Nadar Janakiammal college (Sivakasi) and  Gandhigram Rural Institute  participated in it.

The morning sessions dealt with  the theme of Affective Maturity which had two lectures, one by  Dr. Joseph Devadasan on emotional intelligence and the other by Dr. Paul Pragash on stress management. The afternoon sessions dealt with two outstanding historical persons, one ancient and another modern, namely,  Manimegalai and Mother Teresa.  Dr. Anand Amaladass critically evaluated the challenging life of  Manimegalai in her times and Dr. S. Emmanuel on the personality of Mother Teresa who dared to love whom the society pushed  to periphery.