Mangaluru: Shree Devi Institute of Technology holds online guest lecture programme


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Mangaluru, Dec 2: The department of Business Administration of Shree Devi Institute of Technology organised an online guest lecture programme on December 1. 

Dhanya Ravi, content writer, freelance motivational speaker and disability evangelist was the resource person. She is a TEDx and JoshTalk speaker as well.

The programme was coordinated by K R Arjun Nambiar and T T Vibin under the guidance of Dr Gayathri B J, head of the department of Business Administration on Google Meet platform.

The session was held in the presence of director and principal Dr K E Prakash and the HOD, Dr Gayathri B J with other faculty members. All the students of MBA department have actively participated in the guest lecture.

Dhanya Ravi rendered her valuable thoughts on how to overcome various deficiencies of human life and proved herself to be a great example for her talk. The students interacted with the resource person wherein many of them asked questions to Dhanya Ravi to which she answered how to see life positively and about inclusivity.

Her thoughts and interactions inspired many students. Abin K T welcomed the gathering and Vrinda second year MBA student proposed the vote of thanks. 

 

 

  

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