Seminar for teachers held at Pushpashrama in Mysuru

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Mysuru, Aug 28: A seminar for teachers on the theme ‘The Dynamics of Interpersonal Relationship in Education’ was held at Pushpashrama, Institute of Philosophy and Religion here.

Excellent speakers of international fame like Dr Asha P Pathrose, professor of St Joseph’s College of Education, Mysuru, Dr N N Prahallada of HRD ministry, Government of India, RIE Mysuru and Dr Yeshodhara K, professor of Education (Retired), University of Mysore were the Resource persons.

Chief organizer Fr Dr Wilfred Rodrigues OCD, the dean of studies, gave brief information regarding the importance of the seminar and the theme selected, and explained the modus operandi of the entire seminar and conducted all the proceedings, keeping the entire group of more than 350 teachers, lecturers, professors and educators, lively and active all throughout with his sense of wit and humour.

All the participants who were very appreciative of the whole seminar were served tea and lunch and were awarded a certificate of participation.

Fr Dr Oswald Crasta OCD, the rector of Pushpashrama welcomed all present and Maria D'Souza, the principal of St Joseph's School, Rajivnagar proposed the vote of thanks. The inaugural ceremony was compered by Br Flostan D'Souza and Br Anto, the students of Pushpashrama.


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